|02-01-2011, 12:56 AM||#11|
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Sydney, Australia
A mid-afternoon snack at DHS
Just a quick post here, I'll post the Raglan Road dinner review later this evening
While we were at DHS, DS and I went and got a Mickey's Premium Cookies & Cream Ice-Cream Sandwich ($3.50ea tax inclusive). We just bought these at one of the ever-present snack carts, this one was just outside the ToT. Mum and Dad also got a coffee to share from the KRNR Station, just outside the Rock'n'Roller coaster. ($2.19)
Nothing to complain about here, they were fairly decent value for a snack credit and tasted pretty good. Perhaps the next time I visit a snack cart I might have one of the Mickey Premium Bars instead
If you're interested in having a slightly more 'premium' ice-cream then I suggest checking out Hollywood Scoops, which, funnily enough, was just across the road from this snack cart Over there you can get a two-scoop cup or cone for the same snack credit, except here the cost of the snack is $3.89 plus tax, making it $4.14. It may not be so much more expensive, but as I said, it's probably a bit more 'premium' than just picking up an ice-cream from one of the carts. We actually visited Hollywood Scoops on Christmas Day, so I'll review that separately later.
Oops, I almost forgot the pic! Here it is
And it tasted even better in the cold weather!!!
3 snack credits used - 26 remaining
Bill Total - $9.33
Running Total - $1125.03
NEXT UP: A quick snack at POFQ then off to dinner at Raglan Road!
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Last edited by The_Aviator; 02-04-2011 at 07:21 PM.
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