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Old 02-23-2013, 08:55 PM   #1
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Which CS are best for meal splitting

There are many reasons to split meals for us it is to stretch our 7 nights of dining credits into 8 days. Well 7 days plus one dinner. This is how we are doing it
Day one: Sanaa
Day two: pizza planet and starring rolls both cs
Day three: Counter service and Cape May
Day Four: crystal palace and cs
Day five: Askershus and cs
Day six: cs and Biergarten
Day seven cs and Boma
Day eight cs and Chef Mickey
As you can see there are 8 cs and that would be too many. One day we would have to eat off of a kids meal and one adult meal and the next day two adult meals. So what counter service meals are best to split. Cape May, Biergarten are fairly early dinner reservations so we would just need something to hold us over. We of course will also have snack credits.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:22 PM   #2
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So so many are big enough to split the 2 that come to mind right away are chicken/rib combo at both cosmic rays MK and flame tree BBQ at AK
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:40 PM   #3
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I assume you'll be at Epcot for your Cape May and Biergarten days, so will stick with Epcot QS.

Sunshine Seasons
Tangeriene in Morocco
Katsura Grill in Japan

All three of these have some larger portion plates. You could probably supplement with a snack credit if you needed more.
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Cape May is actually a MK day-eating before we go back to MK but trying to get it changed to Ohana. The Unofficial Guide said that we wouldn't need to book far out for Ohana-they lied to me. It is all booked but no problem getting any others.
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:51 AM   #5
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Cape May is actually a MK day-eating before we go back to MK but trying to get it changed to Ohana. The Unofficial Guide said that we wouldn't need to book far out for Ohana-they lied to me. It is all booked but no problem getting any others.
In that case, my DH and I can split the tuna sandwich and a bowl of either the soup or chilli at Columbia Harbour and be satisfied. I think you can use a snack credit for the soup.
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If you do a lunch cs at starring rolls, the sandwiches are really big and you can get a HUGE cupcake for dessert-that probably would be a good meal to split.

Also, Yak & Yeti CS meals typically have enormous portions, too.
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