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Old 01-16-2013, 09:00 PM   #1
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Fav CS at parks?

The more I am thinking about it, the more I don't really want to pack a lunch for the parks everyday. Budgetwise it makes more sense but I'm thinking I really want to try BOG and I really like the fish and chips place at Epcot. Any other CS worth 'splurging' on? I will have a 4 and 2 year old that are kind of picky and the little one doesn't sit for meals so it has to be really good to win over a packed lunch.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:11 PM   #2
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The more I am thinking about it, the more I don't really want to pack a lunch for the parks everyday. Budgetwise it makes more sense but I'm thinking I really want to try BOG and I really like the fish and chips place at Epcot. Any other CS worth 'splurging' on? I will have a 4 and 2 year old that are kind of picky and the little one doesn't sit for meals so it has to be really good to win over a packed lunch.
We actually like Pizzafari and Flame Tree BBQ in AK -- enough that we wouldn't need to book a TS there. Earl of Sandwich is a tradition for us in DTD -- can't wait, just love it.

For DHS none really -- but if you're buying kids meals, the Backlot Express is ok. We usually eat at Sci Fi or Prime Time in that park. Since you can order whatever you want off the menu, the prices can really be as cheap as buying at a CS. But the food is much much better and you don't end up throwing food away if you don't want a huge meal.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:29 PM   #3
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We love yak and yetti's in animal kingdom!
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:31 PM   #4
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Tangierine Cafe in Morocco at Epcot is yummy and the portions are generous! A great bang for your buck for a C/S!
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Love Flame Tree at AK! Huge portion but good enough you may not want to share?!
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:40 PM   #6
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I would HATE to pack lunches everyday. It is vacation after all. We do bring in some snacks though. MK- BOG or Columbia Harbor House
Epcot - Norway, Mexico, Sunshine Seasons (that may be a good choice for you because they have alot of options all in one place)
Ak- Flametree
DHS- It is all bad but Backlot Express is the best there or Pizza Planet (the kids will love it as it is a very cool ambiance; I personally think their pizza is the worst pizza on the planet but I'm kind of picky about pizza or so my DH tells me)
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:43 PM   #7
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Tangierine Cafe is not only my favorite CS restaurant but one of my favorite WDW restaurants, period! If you like that type of food, then it's awesome. And a great deal for the amount of food that you get.

Flame Tree BBQ is my other favorite CS. The baked beans are amazing.
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Old 01-17-2013, 01:04 PM   #8
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Tangierine Cafe is not only my favorite CS restaurant but one of my favorite WDW restaurants, period! If you like that type of food, then it's awesome. And a great deal for the amount of food that you get.
If the kids want a little more entertainment, maybe get the food to go and go watch Mo'Rockin' or walk down to Canada and watch Off Kilter while you wat.
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Sunshine Seasons in Epcot.

But if I had a 3 year old that had a hard time sitting to eat, I would probably pack lunch for that child, even if buying food for the others. In fact I DO bring food for DS and DH, who will both go from stuffed to STARVING in nothing flat, and who are not super-fun people when they get too hungry for what they feel is too long. I can go ages and only have a headache, but the two of them... So I already pack snacks for them. I would definitely pack stuff for a littler kid!
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