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Old 02-03-2013, 10:35 AM   #1
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Sandwiches ??

Who has the best sandwiches??? Im looking for normal sandwiches such as turkey bacon etc....nothing too fancy In either Magic kingdom, Epcot or Hollywood studios
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Old 02-03-2013, 10:54 AM   #2
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The Plaza is probably my favorite which is at MK.

Earl of Sandwich is also great, but it is in Downtown Disney.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:10 AM   #3
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The Plaza has good sandwiches but it is a TS. In MK CHH also has good sandwiches - the tuna and veggie option are both good.

Starring Rolls has a good sandwich - I was pleasantly surprised. Turkey or ham on focaccia with some kind of herb spread. And then of course you have to get a cupcake for dessert, the red velvet was great!
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:50 AM   #4
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Hands down -Downtown Disney - Earl of Sandwich!
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Old 02-03-2013, 12:41 PM   #5
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The Plaza has good sandwiches but it is a TS. In MK CHH also has good sandwiches - the tuna and veggie option are both good.

Starring Rolls has a good sandwich - I was pleasantly surprised. Turkey or ham on focaccia with some kind of herb spread. And then of course you have to get a cupcake for dessert, the red velvet was great!
What does it being a ts have to do with it? Op asked about good sandwiches..
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Old 02-03-2013, 01:02 PM   #6
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Mk- Columbia Harbor House is a quick service and has tuna and veggie and hummus sandwiches. The Plaza is a sit down and requires an ADR, and has great club sandwiches, tuna croissants, steak and cheese sandwiches.

DHS- Starring Rolls has giant turkey and ham sandwiches, we are not personal fans but everyone seems to love them. They are just too big for our taste.

Epcot- We love the baguette sandwiches at the bakery in France, we also love the unique selection at Kringla bakery in Norway.
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Old 02-03-2013, 02:16 PM   #7
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I am dying for the Norwegian Club at the Kringla bakery!!! Seen so many great reviews and pics.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:24 PM   #8
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Flame tree in AK has a turkey sandwich on the menu that looks good. I haven't tried it yet but I plan to on our next trip

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What does it being a ts have to do with it? Op asked about good sandwiches..
One usually associates sandwiches with a grabbing a quick bite to eat, not making reservations at a sit-down restaurant.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:36 PM   #10
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I had a Turkey sandwich at Cosmic rays that was really good, my only problem was that the bread was HUGE very tastey but too big to eat it all.

Turkey Sandwich - served with apple slice or french fries or cucumber salad $9.59 . It had lettuce, tomatoe and there was a condiment bar with mustard, etc

I was alone but it would have been a great sandwich to split, I ended up eating about a fourth of the bread and then just eating the insides. Plus cheese fries....no diet on vacation They also had a turkey sandwich on the kids menu I think it was on regular sandwich bread.

I've never had a sandwich at DHS but if you have a park hopper you could go over to Sunshine Seasons in The Land.

Turkey and Monterey Jack on Ciabatta - with Chipotle Mayonnaise and with a side $8.99 I think I got chips with it, but I also bought a cup of thier Potato Bacon soup....omg best soup ever. I've eaten this twice but I also am pretty sure I dumped the Chipolte mayo for mustard.

Other than that I really do think the best sandwich I had at Disney was the two I had at EoS.

One was a BLT and the other was a Club.

The Earl's Club - roast turkey, smoked bacon, Swiss cheese, lettuce and roma tomato and sandwich sauce Think I may have subbed the sauce for mustard and had a bag of chips with it.

Best BLT - smoked bacon, lettuce, Roma tomatoes and seasoned mayonnaise Did do the mayo on this one (not a huge mayo fan) I split this sandwich with a friend and we each had soup (chicken noodle, yummy and she had Tortilla and said it was fabulous

Turkey is my go to sandwich pretty much so I was glad to find three really good ones while at WDW. I'm pretty picky about turkey meat (not a fan of processed) but all three of these were fine as far as taste and texture.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:40 PM   #11
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One usually associates sandwiches with a grabbing a quick bite to eat, not making reservations at a sit-down restaurant.
Agreed. In addition it was useful information in case the OP was on the DP.
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Old 02-03-2013, 08:24 PM   #12
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Flame tree in AK has a turkey sandwich on the menu that looks good. I haven't tried it yet but I plan to on our next trip

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I had this in Nov. The turkey was really cold. It was to the point of being very near frozen. I had the same problem at Sci Fi and Boardwalk Bakery, where the bacon was also really cold and raw! I used to really like these sandwiches and the Plaza too. But it was not great this trip!
I really like the rumble in the Jungle turkey wrap at the RFC. I had a really good breaded chicken sandwich at Studio Catering. I had it w/o the sauce. Catalina Eddies has a good italian deli sandwich. It is on a nice toasted roll. The BoG steak sandwich was good too, but pretty much just steak and bread. (which I love!) Haven't tried any others there but I will because the roll was so good!
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Old 02-03-2013, 08:42 PM   #13
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The best sandwich i had was from the bakery in France in Epcot. I had the ham and cheese on a baguette. OMG its so good!!!!! Huge too!!! So delicious. Its just like the ones from France.
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Old 02-03-2013, 08:58 PM   #14
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One usually associates sandwiches with a grabbing a quick bite to eat, not making reservations at a sit-down restaurant.
Seriously thank you.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:48 PM   #15
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The tasty sammies I can think of are:

Starring Rolls - DHS - Turkey...it's on a really nice focaccia!! This sammie is HUGE! Enough for 2.

Cosmic Ray's - MK - Barbecue pork sandwich...great BBQ flavor! DH and I loved this!

The Plaza - MK - Grilled chicken sandwich....this one really is tasty! High on fat content, but awesomely topped with ham and cheese!! OMG! Also, DH has had the Plaza Club and the Turkey Sandwich. He enjoys both very much.

I've also heard that the waffle sandwiches from Sleepy Hollow in MK are great! They have sweet and spicy chickeen as well as ham, prosciutto and swiss. Haven't tried these yet.
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