Kringla Bakeri/Boulangerie question re QS dining

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  1. gismo1554

    gismo1554 DIS Veteran

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    Hi. Just wondering does anyone know what you get as a QS meal in either of these? I've looked on both menus and really can't work it out. For example can you get the cheese plate in France and then a pastry? Can you get a sandwich in Norway?

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  3. kaybird

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    I have used a CS in Norway for a sandwich, pastry and drink. I do not know about the cheese plate, but know France takes CS and snack credits.
     
  4. gismo1554

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    Thanks!
     
  5. chocolateMinnie

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    We have eaten cs at both. Before Boulangerie Patisserie re-opened you could either choose a quiche/baguette plus pastry plus drink for 1cs or two pastries plus a drink but I've not been since the refurb. We went to Kringla for first time last October and it is amazing value - one sandwich (chilled or toasted) plus either a side salad or fruit salad plus a dessert (I tried the awesome school bread - think coconut topped donut with custard filling) and a drink for 1 cs.
     
  6. gismo1554

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    Thanks both!
     
  7. mb_uh

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    Kringla

    Sandwich with either salad or fruit
    Pastry
    Drink
    Huge meal

    Bakery

    Savory I think cheese plate, quiche, ham croissant
    pasrty
    drink

    This in June.
     
  8. gismo1554

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    Thanks! I'm hoping the cheese plate is included and it sounds like loads of food at Kringla. Does anyone know whether any of the desserts there are easy to carry to keep for later?
     
  9. Dizneydaz

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    Kringla is a great value-you get a lot of food and it's good. Definitely shareable.

    Many of the desserts are transportable. One of the easiest are the pretzels.

    Here's our lunch from last October. We shared it.

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  10. kaybird

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    We take lots of "desserts" back to the room with us for breakfast. Quick pastry and drink in the morning gets us started early, and stretches our meals!
     
  11. gismo1554

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    Thanks both! I'm not a dessert person so definately going to be storing them and keeping them until the next day as don't think I'll manage them after the meal.
     

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