While on the go in Disney World and looking for value, know that these restaurants to get the most bang for your buck. Good portions, great prices, plus delicious food and theming bring better value to these quick-service restaurants.
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Boulangerie Patisserie is found in the back of France in Epcot. Here you can get a ham and cheese croissant sandwich for $4.
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
On the outskirts of the wild west, just around the corner from Caribbean Plaza is a large indoor space with multiple dining areas for cooling off and filling up. This counter-service spot in Magic Kingdom provides great portion size for your dollar and includes a free toppings bar to add even more bulk to your meal at no additional charge.
Earl of Sandwich
Maybe the best budget option in all of Disney World is this famous sandwich shop at Disney Springs. The sandwiches here are awesome and will most certainly fill you up, but they are under $8 each. This is a very popular place to eat because Earl of Sandwich delivers on flavor, volume, and cost. Sign up for their loyalty program before you go and $5 off will be added to your account 7 days after sign up. You can use this $5 to save even more money.
With a wide variety of Polynesian favorites for under $10, plus Angus burgers and all-beef hot dogs on the menu. Captain Cook’s is the low-priced way to please everybody in the family. This Polynesian Village resort quick service offers exclusive options like Tonga Toast, a breakfast item perfect for sharing, and Thai Coconut Meatballs.
Flame Tree Barbecue
Every Resort has a go-to place for a quick, low-cost, and satisfying meal. At Animal Kingdom it is almost always Flame Tree Barbecue no matter who you talk to. Flame Tree is conveniently located near the back of Discovery Island. It’s a low-priced counter service option with good portion sizes and great taste. Plus the seating is right on the water, in this lush, green, beautiful environment.
When you have got to get your taste of Germany in Epcot’s world showcase, but you don’t have the money to spend on the all-you-can-eat buffet (or can’t get anybody else to agree to go), Sommerfest comes to the rescue. This counter service location near the entrance to the aforementioned Biergarten provides just the fix you need. You can get a good bratwurst here, along with a Nudel Gratin (it’s like Mac and cheese) for a side at under $15. It’s so heavy you’ll wonder how you entertained thoughts of a buffet. Just don’t forget to also stop by Karamell-Kuche, before moving on.
Sleepy Hollow is our favorite budget quick-service restaurant at the Magic Kingdom. We always have their waffle sandwiches for lunch.
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