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5 Best And 5 Worst Quick Service Restaurants At Disney World

#3 Worst: Liberty Inn, America Pavilion Epcot This one makes the list for wasted potential. With so many excellent quick service restaurants around the World Showcase producing fabulous ethnically inspired foods, it is a shame that America cannot do the same in its Quick Service restaurant. The menu could feature a few regional specialties from around the country, or from ...

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5 Best And 5 Worst Quick Service Restaurants At Disney World

#5 Worst: ABC Commissary, Hollywood Studios I feel like (in general) Hollywood Studios is lacking in good quick service. ABC Commissary falls on the worst list for the blah theming (as if you are on a TV lot getting your meal at the cafeteria). Chicken Strips, Burgers and a Ribs & Chicken combo platter round out the somewhat unimaginative menu ...

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5 Best And 5 Worst Quick Service Restaurants At Disney World

#2 Best: Satu’li Canteen, Animal Kingdom The newest quick service eatery in Animal Kingdom is also one of the best on property. The very unique menu here may not appeal to everyone, but if it does you will discover freshly prepared food with delicious flavor combinations. You can order one of their bowls—with this you choose your base & sauce ...

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5 Best And 5 Worst Quick Service Restaurants At Disney World

#5 Best: Columbia Harbor House, Magic Kingdom I have always loved Columbia Harbor House. The setting is cozy and feels welcoming, and I love scoring a spot upstairs by the windows that overlook either Fantasyland or Liberty Square. It is quiet and relatively peaceful but you can do some great people & park watching. As far as the food there ...

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5 Best And 5 Worst Quick Service Restaurants At Disney World

Pre-trip we spend a lot more time planning (or obsessing) about the table service restaurants we plan to enjoy on vacation, mostly because their popularity requires that we make reservations 6 months or so in advance. The quick service eateries don’t get quite as much attention but are still an important part of the planning process because Disney has a ...

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