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10 Quick Service Meals We Can’t Get Enough Of At Walt Disney World

Many people will tell you that you can only get burgers, fries, pizza, and hotdogs at theme parks.  You will absolutely have those as options at Disney World, but there is so much more.  Let’s talk about some amazing quick service restaurants that we can’t get enough of!

 

 

10. Grilled Beef & Chicken Combination Bowl @ Satu’li Canteen, Animal Kingdom

Taking a journey thousands and thousands of miles away from Earth to the land of Pandora is bound to make you hungry. While you are visiting this amazing land, stop by Satu’li Canteen and try this delicious bowl!  It is filled with slow roasted beef and wood grilled chicken thighs, then topped with vegetable slaw and Boba balls!  It’s out of this WORLD!

9. Slow Roasted Pork Loin @ Sunshine Seasons, Epcot

In addition to an amazing location (right outside of Soarin’), Sunshine Seasons has an amazing Slow Roasted Pork Loin. It is served with green beans and amazing mashed potatoes.  This is definitely not your typical theme park food.

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8. Tacos de Barbacoa @ La Cantina de San Angel, Epcot

This quick service restaurant has an amazing view. Want something even more amazing?  Try their Tacos de Barbacoa!  This dish comes with 3 tacos made with fresh corn tortillas and served with Mexican rice and refried black beans.

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7. ½ Rotisserie Chicken @ Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, Magic Kingdom

Bring your appetite over to Tomorrowland! Come in and enjoy an out of this world atmosphere and dig into ½ of a Rotisserie Chicken, green beans, and mashed potatoes.  If you are looking for a lighter meal, this is plenty to share!

6. Honey Chicken @ Yak & Yeti Local Food Café, Animal Kingdom

If you are in the mood for some delicious Asian food, look no further! You have to try the Honey Chicken at Yak & Yeti Local Food Café!  Tender chicken tempura, carrots, and snap peas tossed in honey sauce, served with white rice.

5. Chili Cheese Dog @ Casey’s Corner, Magic Kingdom

This is not your typical hot dog. This is a foot long, 100% all beef hot dog, topped with delicious chili and shredded cheese.  If that doesn’t fill you up, it also comes with a side of shoe string fries!  This is a must have on a warm summer night.

 

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4. Smoked Pulled Pork Sandwich @ Flame Tree Barbecue, Animal Kingdom

The smell when you walk up will have your mouth watering! The smoked pulled pork sandwich is topped with coleslaw and served with a side of baked beans.

3. Fish and Chips @ Yorkshire County Fish Shop, Epcot

You will feel like you have stepped onto the streets of the U.K. You will be served with two generous pieces of fried fish along with a side of fries.  Ask for some malt vinegar, grab a seat on a curb nearby, and take in the scenery while you enjoy your meal.

2. Braised Pork @ Be Our Guest, Magic Kingdom

Pork that has been slow coked for eight hours with mushrooms, bacon, onions, and carrots. Served with mashed potatoes and green beans.  This is another meal that is easy to share.  Don’t forget to add a delicious dessert like the Master’s Cupcake or the Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake!  (For this Quick Service, you will need reservations.)

1. BBQ Brisket Melt @ Woody’s Lunch Box, Hollywood Studios

Part of the excitement of the new Toy Story Land is the new food that is offered! The BBQ Brisket Melt is to absolutely die for.  Sliced smoked brisket, pickles, a tangy BBQ sauce, melted cheddar and Monterey jack cheeses between 2 slices of toasted sourdough bread.  It is served with potato barrels and delicious tomato basil soup.

About Brandon Blanchard

Brandon Blanchard has been married for 14 years and has 5 children. All 7 Blanchards are infatuated with Disney World! Their Disney Infatuation started after his wife, Esme, convinced him to take their then four children (7 and under) to Disney in December of 2010. She had grown up going to Disney and wanted her own children to experience the magic! He told her that they could go once, but he didn't know why on earth he needed to use a whole week of his vacation time. There were only 4 parks! After walking down Main Street for the first time, Brandon looked at his wife and he started the next sentence with the most magical four words: “When we come back…” Disney World has become their happy place and can make everything right! After a series of corporate relocations, Brandon jumped on one that would move his family to Central Florida permanently in 2015. Professionally, Brandon is a manager for a Technical Support Company. Esme homeschools their 5 children who think it is SO COOL that they have the freedom and flexibility to visit theme parks weekly!