Sorry for procrastinating on this review. DW, DS21, and DD18, and I made a quick stop at WDW during the first week in July. We were on the DDP. Upon arrival at BC, we had to wait because our room wasn't ready yet. We were checked in, but with no room number. We walked out to SAR, and decided to get lunch at Hurricane Hanna's, using our first set of CS's. Three of us order hamberger/cheeseburgers, and one ordered the chicken fingers. Instead of fries (like most CS's), Hurricane Hannas provides a bag of potato chips as your side. This was definately our most disappointing CS meal of the trip. The hambergers were singles, and thin enough to read a paper through. A side of potato chips is not a substitute for a side of fries. I would recommend against Hurricane Hannas for anything other than a drink or ice cream, and REALLY recommend against burning a CS credit here. Our first TS was at Wolfgang Puck's Cafe in DTD. This was great. The atmosphere was very lively and contemporary. The service was great, and we loved the food. The sushi on the menu can not be used for your appetizer. For appetizers, we had the crab cakes, the calamari, the spinach and cheese dip, and the spring rolls. We all tasted each others' appetizers, and they were all great. For entrees, we had 3 filet mignons, and a cheese ravioli. Again, everything was great. We were stuffed, and ordered dessert to go. We ordered the chocolate fondue (can't go wrong), the key lime pie, the white chocolate cheesecake, and the Chef Marian's Carrot Cake. All of the desserts were good, but everyone's favorite was the Carrot Cake. It was unbelieveable. WP's Cafe is definately a place I would recommend, and it is a great place to use a TS credit. Our next CS was at Cosmic Ray's Cafe. This place has the greatest selection of any CS I've seen at the parks. We had one BBQ Ribs meal, two cheeseburger meals, and an order of chicken fingers (do you see a trend here?). The ribs meal came with mashed potatoes and veggies, and the chicken fingers and burgers came with fries. Dessert was a brownie, two chocolate cakes and a carrot cake. Cosmic Ray's is a great value, the selection is unbeatable, and the food is good. This would be a great CS for a day where you have no TS's to use. This CS could be your main meal. Our next TS was Coral Reef. We've eaten here before, and love the restaurant. The food has always been great, but we had the worst service on this visit that we've ever had. I won't go into the details, other than to say that our server forgot to deliver an appetizer, forgot to take our dessert order (we had to ask to place our order), and delivered the wrong desserts ( by this time, we just wanted to leave). Appetizers were shrimp cocktail (huge!), lobster soup, and mushroom soup. Entrees were crab cakes, NY strip steak, mahi mahi, and chicken breast. Desserts were 2 chocolate waves, and butterscotch brulee (was supposed to be a California Gold), and a cheesecake. My biggest regret was that, since we were on the DDP, I couldn't show my displeasure by reducing my tip. Despite the problem with our server, I would still highly recommend Coral Reef on the DDP. It would be quite pricey if you were paying cash. Our Epcot CS was Electric Umbrella. The burgers are all doubles, with cheese and bacon if you wish. They have a great fixins bar, and the burgers come with a side of fries. This place just showed what a poor value Hurricane Hanna's was. Electric Umbrella is a great CS. Our last TS was at San Angel Inn at Epcot. Our daughter picked this as her choice. We had a nice table next to the water. Appetizers were nachos (good, in fact the best part of the meal) and an order of Ceviche. I don't recall our entrees. Dessert was disappointing, as we had a choice of rice pudding, vanilla ice cream, or flaun. This was definatley our most disappointing TS meal, but I do give a thumbs up for the atmosphere and the service.