Best DDP CS meals and snacks?

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  1. JennyMP03

    JennyMP03 DIS Veteran

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    I've been making a list of high-value items to spend our snack credits on. I want to do the same for CS meals-- not that cost always correlates with quality, but I want to spend our credits on good stuff!

    I hear people recommend places like Sunshine Seasons, Wolfgang Express, Taingerine Cafe, and Flame Tree BBQ. But I want to know what meals are your favorites at these (and other) places!

    Based on years of lurking the boards here and there, here are some snacks I want to try:

    • Carrot Cake Cookie
    • Butterfinger Cupcake
    • Fried rice from AK
    • Many more Dole Whip Floats than the one I shared with my husband on our honeymoon
    • Cream cheese or jalapeno pretzel

    Please share your favorites, and pictures would be fantastic! And I especially need CS meal recommendations. Thanks so much!
     
  2. BirdsOfPreyDave

    BirdsOfPreyDave Disney Lover, DVC Member, SSR Fanatic DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    Pepper Market at Coronado Springs was an absolutely wonderful CS. I just saw on AllEars, though, that they've changed from the buffet to ala carte, but the menu still looks good.

    The rotisserie chicken at Cosmic Ray's (Magic Kingdom/Tomorrowland) is really good, and a huge plate of food for a CS credit.

    Be Our Guest (Fantasyland) is really special. It's a CS credit at lunch, but be prepared to wait a long time in the line.

    Sunshine Seasons (Land Pavilion at Epcot) is another favorite of ours. Lots of selection for a CS options. Hint: also consider using a snack credit for a bowl of soup.
     
  3. jcieutat

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    Flame Tree BBQ at AK is one of the best bangs for the buck with the QS.
    I like apple crumble cake and you can get it at the MK, it is huge for a snack.
     
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  5. brertoad

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    There are higher priced meals at the QS in Japan/Epcot.
    Teriyaki Salmon, or Combo dinner.

    Cookes of Dublin has some meals that are $12.95.

    Also, there are higher prices meals at Wolfgang Puck Express.


    For snacks, the Ice Cream Crepe at France is about $5. Their ice cream is delicious.

    Lots of goodies on the menu for snacks at the French Bakery too.
     
  6. VillianDiva

    VillianDiva Falling in LOVE with Disney!

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    Norway Bakery - Sweet Almond Pretzel
    Starring Rolls - Red Velvet Cupcake
    AK - Jalapeno cheese pretzel
    France Bakery - lol pretty much anything!! It's all so good.
     
  7. feistygalkmc

    feistygalkmc She lacks the indefinable charm of weakness

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    For meals some that I have tried and love are :
    Kringla Cafe-Epcot ( LOVE their Norweigan club and the desserts are so good!_
    Sunshine Seasons-Epcot (I've only had the Rotisserie CHicken with carrots and mased potatoes and key lime pie, was really really good and lots of food!)
    Columbia Harbor House-MK (Friend Shrimp platter was delicious!)

    Some I have tried and didn't like:
    Flame Tree-Animal Kingdom-I like sweet barbecue sauce, to me this is very tangy and I just didn't care for it.

    For snacks, the France bakery is really great. And hit up those egg roll carts! That is if you like egg rolls lol I would say funnell cakes as I love those but I did get one at sleepy hollow and it was way overcooked and cold. So I'm iffy on getting one of those again.
     
  8. JennyMP03

    JennyMP03 DIS Veteran

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    Thanks so much for the suggestions! I didn't know about the fried shrimp at Columbia House. Sounds fantastic!
     

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