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Siliobear 03-17-2013 09:06 AM

Best QS using ddp
 
Will be there in April, during the garden festival. Between that and any normal QS spot, what are the best uses of my QS credits?

Emteach 03-17-2013 09:11 AM

My top pick would be Sunshine Seasons. The portions are huge (I would say larger than many CS restaurants) and there is very unique types of food, different than your traditional burger and fries. You also get a freshly made dessert.

We also really liked La Cantina de San Angel (Mexico) and Tangerine Cafe (Morocco), great if you like that type of food. Have a great trip!

Circus181920 03-18-2013 07:28 PM

Epcot: Sunshine seasons, Mexico (great soft shell taco combo meal with tortilla chips and churros for dessert), France (the ham/cheese quiche or the ham and cheese croissant sandwich is excellent and then you get one of the fabulous french pastries for dessert)

MK: Be our Guest (lunch only; the pork is excellent and the desserts are also very good), Columbia Harbour House (great atmosphere and more unique foods), Cosmic rays

AK: Yak & Yeti CS (huge portions), Flametree bbq (good ribs and pulled pork)

DHS: Starring rolls cafe (for lunch-huge sandwiches and enormous cupcakes for dessert)

hope this helps :)

Disneylover99 03-18-2013 07:34 PM

DTD - Wolfgang Puck Express (best use of quick service credits in all of Disney IMHO)

Siliobear 03-18-2013 11:26 PM

I'm getting hungry just reading your posts! Can't wait.

POOHsie 03-19-2013 09:03 AM

You can use your Snack credits to get the small food dishes at the Festival food booths. I think most every food plate is included. Some but not all beverages. Nothing alcoholic. The display signs at each booth indicate which items are Snack Credit items. This is an incredible use for Snack credits.

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/guide...den.htm#dining

ncc1701 03-20-2013 07:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Disneylover99 (Post 47839412)
DTD - Wolfgang Puck Express (best use of quick service credits in all of Disney IMHO)

I'll second that:thumbsup2.Just make sure you go to the one in the Marketplace next to the Christmas store

danetter 03-22-2013 03:33 PM

MK - Columbia Harbour House or Cosmic Rays
( if we go this year we will definitely try Be Our Guest)

Epcot - Sunshine Seasons (love that this place is inside and drinks can be refilled and huge portions)

DHS - Toy Story Pizza or Starring Rolls Cafe

Ak - Pizzafari

DTD - Wolfgang Pulk Express

whogirl'smom 03-22-2013 07:45 PM

Wolfgang Puck Express in DTD, Yak & Yeti CS in AK (portions big enough to share and pretty good).
If you are willing to go to a resort--Pepper Market at Coronado Springs is the best value and variety for a CS credit. Not as good as Wolfgang Puck, but I would vote it 2nd. :thumbsup2

Nina1 03-23-2013 03:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Circus181920
Epcot: Sunshine seasons, Mexico (great soft shell taco combo meal with tortilla chips and churros for dessert), France (the ham/cheese quiche or the ham and cheese croissant sandwich is excellent and then you get one of the fabulous french pastries for dessert)

MK: Be our Guest (lunch only; the pork is excellent and the desserts are also very good), Columbia Harbour House (great atmosphere and more unique foods), Cosmic rays

AK: Yak & Yeti CS (huge portions), Flametree bbq (good ribs and pulled pork)

DHS: Starring rolls cafe (for lunch-huge sandwiches and enormous cupcakes for dessert)

hope this helps :)

Ditto this, except for France as we don't eat there. Aside from that, these are the CS restaurants I would have recommended.

Sweetncheesy 03-24-2013 05:57 PM

This def helps me for my trip next month. Thanks!

amberpi 03-25-2013 08:19 PM

Second vote for the France and Morrocco pavilion - their lamb and taboli are really quite good for a counter service restaurant in a theme park.

hellodisneysunshine 03-26-2013 12:47 PM

When you're in Downtown Disney, (or I guess we all need to get used to calling it Disney Springs haha) you absolutely haaaaave to stop by Earl of Sandwich. As an avid sandwich lover, the BEST sandwiches I've ever eaten have came from here. Yes, it will be busy. But that's to be expected when the food is so good! Don't worry when you see a long line because you'll need the time to decide on what glorious sandwich you want. Trust me, the line moves fast though and you'll be up to the front in no time. If you have the dining plan then you'll get a side and a drink. Try the Earl's Club!


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