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Old 02-04-2013, 02:12 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by wdwpirates View Post
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.
I have only had the fruit and nutella sandwich and it was really good . Not sure if this is the kind of sandwich the OP was looking for though.

DH really likes the turkey sandwiches from Starring Rolls Cafe and we both really like the ones at Sunshine Seasons in Epcot.
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:12 PM   #17
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Smile best sandwiches

earl of sand. at dtd is fantastic. i love the blt, sever hot on fantastic bread.
wish there was an earl at epcot or mk, or anywhere for that matter. wish there was one where i live.

starring roles at hs is really good. but if you go in the wrong door they will threaten you with the police.

the french bakery in epoch is terrific. we never miss it.

the gift shop at beach club resort makes a good sand. also the quick serv mara at ak resort is really good.

i don 't remember having sandwiches at ak park, but i must have in all these years.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:39 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by davedmaine View Post
What does it being a ts have to do with it? Op asked about good sandwiches..
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One usually associates sandwiches with a grabbing a quick bite to eat, not making reservations at a sit-down restaurant.
Geez people, just tell about a sandwich you like, or don't.

I've had good fresh sandwiches at the Wave.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:39 PM   #19
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the Plaza at the Kingcom, Earl Of Sandwich at DTD, The burger at Grand Floridian Cafe (lobster) Flame Tree at AK and pressed sandiches at Studio Catering at HS. There used to be a lot more sandwich options like 0's Prime Time but they have gone to all day menus

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Old 02-04-2013, 09:46 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by tluvstink View Post
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

My husband and I split this the last time we went to Disney and it was actually pretty good, has this cranberry mayo on it which makes the sandwich.
Using a quick service the sandwich, side and dessert was plenty for us to split and not feel overly stuffed after
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Originally Posted by wdwpirates View Post
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.

Question? How can I possibly try all of these sandwich suggestions on this thread?! This is making me so hungry I'm getting dizzy ! I need a waffle sandwich that's for sure It's great to read all the food threads and reviews but then I feel like I need to try everything that interests me. There are other things to do at WDW besides eat, isn't there ? that's what i have to keep reminding myself

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Old 02-05-2013, 06:33 AM   #22
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My favorite sandwiches come from:

DHS: Starring Rolls

Epcot: French bakery

MK: Cosmic Ray's

I know you didn't ask for anything from AK, but I LOVE the turkey sandwich at Flame Tree BBQ.

The sandwiches at Earl of Sandwich at DTD are also delicious!
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I had the Reuben at The Plaza several times. It's on a nice marble rye. I get it without the Russian dressing as I don't eat cream/mayo-based anything, but I do put mustard on it. Very tasty indeed.
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