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Old 01-09-2013, 01:16 AM   #1
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Question Picnic of sorts at World Showcase

We're spending one dinner at WS where we would like to get a ham and cheese sandwich from the Boulangerie, fish and chips from Yorkshire, and the ham and apple sandwich from Kringla.

Where's the best indoor place for us to sit down and enjoy all these foods?

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Old 01-09-2013, 03:22 AM   #2
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First get the sandwiches, walk to the Fish-shop, get that and then turn around and walk towards the corner, there is a little square behind the bandstand there.

It is a lovely little spot to sit down and have a picknick
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First get the sandwiches, walk to the Fish-shop, get that and then turn around and walk towards the corner, there is a little square behind the bandstand there.

It is a lovely little spot to sit down and have a picknick
I love this spot! Be careful of squirrels though! On our last trip, we had one jump up on the seat next to us to try and get food. We shoo'd him/her away and he went running into the bushes but we weren't the only one with this problem!
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:03 PM   #4
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If you really want to be indoors, you could take it all to the American Pavillion food area. They have a really large indoor seating area for their qs resturant.
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I'd go for getting the sandwiches first (can't remember if the ham at Norway is a hot sandwich - if it is, get that one after the France one), then the fish, which will prevent having to carry the fish around before eating it. I'd also suggest eating somewhere near where you pick up the fish. There really isn't anyplace indoors around there unless you are lucky enough to get a table inside the pub, although there are a number of outdoor spaces that would do. If you walk up to US I'd assume you would be OK with the fish no longer being hot.
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I would get the Norway sandwich first, fish & chips second, and ham & cheese croissant in France last. There is some seating inside the gift shop which is air-conditioned.

At least, there WAS indoor seating there, don't know if it's been refurbed. Anyway, it would be closer than walking back to America- you'd only have to cross the English Channel.
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This is not accessible during the construction.
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:28 PM   #8
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Where's the best indoor place for us to sit down and enjoy all these foods?

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There is your dilemma.

You have a couple of options. The Mexican place (only for lunch and you will have to go through the patio seating to go into the indoor restaurant - note - this is NOT inside the pyramid), Katsura Grill in Japan, and the Liberty Inn at America.

Now, if you wanted outside seating, there are tons of places.
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Agree with the above poster who said there's not really an indoor spot at any of these places. If you choose another location, you should probably order a side there, too, if you want to use the table.

That being said, the quickest and most direct route would be Norway, UK, and France in that order. (Or perhaps Norway, France, then UK). Norway is your problem because it's not close to either of the others.
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There is your dilemma.

You have a couple of options. The Mexican place (only for lunch and you will have to go through the patio seating to go into the indoor restaurant - note - this is NOT inside the pyramid).
I'm not the OP, but I'm curious about the indoor seating at the Mexican . Which restaurant is this? If I get QS from the Mexican pavillion, which is outside and much of the seating is in the sun, can I take it in there?
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I'm not the OP, but I'm curious about the indoor seating at the Mexican . Which restaurant is this? If I get QS from the Mexican pavillion, which is outside and much of the seating is in the sun, can I take it in there?
La Hacienda, the new TS restaurant adjacent to La Cantina, the QS restaurant, is available for indoor lunchtime seating until 3 PM. It is only open for dinner, but you can take your QS meal inside until about 3.
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La Hacienda, the new TS restaurant adjacent to La Cantina, the QS restaurant, is available for indoor lunchtime seating until 3 PM. It is only open for dinner, but you can take your QS meal inside until about 3.
Yes - this. Not many people are willing to open those doors but if you do, you will get a nice indoor seating area.
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