I was thinking about having a late lunch or dinner at epcot but wasn't sure where to eat. I have a 3 year old that can be loud at times so nothing too quiet or nothing too elegant. Thanks for all the info! I would be lost without this panel :)
- Asked by liz from NC on 3/26/2008
Hi Liz! I absolutely love the San Angel Inn at the Mexico Pavilion. I love that although you are inside, it's designed to look like you are outside in a Mexican plaza at night along a river bank. The "boats" are other guests from the "Gran... read more
We're heading to WDW in June with 6 adults, a 3 yr old and two 2 yr olds. What would be the best place to have a dinner in Epcot? The kids can get a little antsy, so a table service that would keep them and us grown ups entertained would be great!
- Asked by Erin from IL on 3/18/2008
Epcot is my favorite park for dining! Let me give you a few choices to see what suits you best. When thinking about the food, bear in mind that all the restaurants at Epcot offer some type of children's menu, so don't be concerned about the food... read more
What is the "royal sundae"? Where do you buy one? How much are they?
- Asked by Michelle from OH on 3/24/2008
There is a royal crown sundae on the children’s lunch and dinner menu at Cinderella’s Royal Table. It is vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate sauce. A chocolate crown sits atop the ice cream. I have heard of adults substituting their dessert... read more
I have a 13 year old daughter who is a very picky eater, and usually only eats chicken nuggets or chicken tenders. I know they serve them at the hotel we are planning to stay at, but am I able to buy these everywhere throughout the Disney World Resort?
- Asked by Joycelin from NJ on 3/22/2008
Oh, don’t tell me the picky eater dilemma continues. My 8 year old son is a picky eater. I keep thinking he’s going to grow out of it. Unfortunately chicken nuggets and tenders are not offered at all counter or table service restaurants. However... read more
Hi Beatrice, thanks for the info. We are only staying 2 days at MK due to visiting family in Daytona, would it be worth it to purchase the dining plan for that length of stay? Thanks, you all are great. Lots of helpful information.
- Asked by Tina from KY on 3/20/2008
Hi again. Due to the fact that you are only visiting for 2 days during this stay, the dining plan is probably not worth purchasing. For those staying longer and visiting multiple parks, I usually do... read more