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So I don't think any of the counter-service places come close to the counter-service in Epcot. Am I just missing some places, or do you guys think Epcot has by far the best CS options?

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dsoup wrote:
So I don't think any of the counter-service places come close to the counter-service in Epcot. Am I just missing some places, or do you guys think Epcot has by far the best CS options?

The only other counter service that I go to (discounting counter services at resorts) frequently outside of Epcot is Flame Tree BBQ at DAK. It is the only consistently good and good-valued food that I can find in WDW theme parks. Plus, the location and seating area is quite relaxing, assuming it isn't raining.

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ZapperZ wrote:
dsoup wrote:
So I don't think any of the counter-service places come close to the counter-service in Epcot. Am I just missing some places, or do you guys think Epcot has by far the best CS options?

The only other counter service that I go to (discounting counter services at resorts) frequently outside of Epcot is Flame Tree BBQ at DAK. It is the only consistently good and good-valued food that I can find in WDW theme parks. Plus, the location and seating area is quite relaxing, assuming it isn't raining.

Zz.

Flame Tree is great of course, but I can't think of any other good ones in AKL. I don't mind a hot dog in the MK now and then.

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We really enjoy Earl of Sandwich in DTD and also discovered Cosmic Ray's at MK on our last trip

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The Studios Catering Company has some decent options now (cool article about the new menu here: http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2010/04/11/guest-review-new-studio-catering-company-menu/), and Starring Rolls in Hollywood Studios has some good sandwiches.

Also, wolfgang puck express can be very yummy.

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milliehubbard wrote:
We really enjoy Earl of Sandwich in DTD and also discovered Cosmic Ray's at MK on our last trip

I wish Earl of Sandwich was in a park. We don't go to DTD that often.

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We make special trips to DTD just for the Earl.

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LifeIsForLiving wrote:
We make special trips to DTD just for the Earl.

Yeah it's worth it. Especially if you're on the dining plan.

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^^^ I would have to say its worth it even if you are NOT on the dining plan. It's the cheapest meal (cheapest in price, NOT in quality) on Disney property, I believe.

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It may sound funny, but Earl of Sandwich is one of the things we're most looking forward to for our upcoming trip. Not more than the parks, resort, and general magic...but a whole lot. We have really had a good time having dinner there flanked by a night out at DTD.

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LifeIsForLiving wrote:
It may sound funny, but Earl of Sandwich is one of the things we're most looking forward to for our upcoming trip. Not more than the parks, resort, and general magic...but a whole lot. We have really had a good time having dinner there flanked by a night out at DTD.

I have no problem relating to food being a primary activity of interest at WDW. silly

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I've never made it to EOS but hear such great things everywhere I may have to try. It's so hard to fit everything in!

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ChipnDaleFan wrote:
I've never made it to EOS but hear such great things everywhere I may have to try. It's so hard to fit everything in!

We didn't try it for a long time either. How excited can you get about a sandwich? But it's really quite good.