What are the best restaurants for CS? Parks? & Resorts?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by DonnettaR, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. DonnettaR

    DonnettaR DIS Veteran

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    I would like to get opinons on where to get the most bang for your CS :goodvibes Thanks
     
  2. Thinktinknpixiedust

    Thinktinknpixiedust DIS Veteran

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    Flame tree BBQ at AK for sure!!
     
  3. formernyer

    formernyer DIS Veteran

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    I got a lot of good info on this topic from this thread:

    http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1034773

    I'm trying to turn three days of DPP credits into enough to feed us for four days, so I scanned that thread for places which serve large portions. Some of the places I made note of in my planning include:

    Cosmic Rays @ MK (1/2 chicken and ribs combo which supposedly feeds 2-3 for just one DPP credit)

    Tangerine Cafe @ Epcot (Moroccon combo meals - one DPP credit is supposedly enough to feed two)

    Cantina @ Epcot (Mexican combo meals - two DPP credits is supposedly enough to feed three)

    Electric Umbrella @ Epcot (Chicken fingers combo - one DPP credit is supposedly enough to feed two.)

    Flame Tree BBQ @ AK (Rib Meal or 1/2 Rotisserie Chicken Meal - two DPP credits is supposedly enough to feed three)

    The Mara @ AK (Individual Pizza Combos - one DPP credit is supposedly enough to feed two).


    I'm still looking for good info on large CS meals at MGM. Any suggestions?
     
  4. Alice28

    Alice28 DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>I'm Doombah Fricki

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    I agree about Tusker House, Flame Tree and Cosmic Rays! :thumbsup2
     
  5. dixiedizfan

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    The absolute best including parks and resorts is the Pepper Market at Coronado Springs Resort. Not only is the food cooked to order and delicious, there is a huge selection. Portions are large and condiments are plenty (sour cream, salsa, etc.). They do have an excellent dessert area, and even though you're limited to a muffin or cookie, they're large and delicious. You are seated at this "food court", and your beverage is brought to you along with actual silverware in a cloth napkin. No paper or plastic here! You pay when you leave; just make sure and tell the cashier you're using the dining plan before she rings you up.
     

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