Top Five Quick Service Meals in the Parks


Getting a great meal while you are touring a theme park can be tricky business. Luckily, Disney World has many options for dining on the go. Here are my top five choices for quick service theme park dining!

1. Flame Tree BBQ- Located in Animal Kingdom, this fabulous location offers up atypical theme park fare such as ribs, pulled pork, and BBQ chicken salad. Flame tree is a great option for everyone who love a good back yard style meal!

2. Sunshine Seasons Food Court: Soups, Sandwiches, Asian inspired dishes, and hearty grilled meats make this one of the most robust menus on property. Sunshine Seasons can be found in The Land Pavilion at Epcot.

3. Tangierine Cafe- Located in the Morocco Pavilion in Epcots World Showcase, Tangierine Cafe offers up some fantastic choices. The Mediterranean chicken wrap is my go to for world showcase cuisine. The Baklava here is also to die for!

4. Pecos Bills Tall Tale Inn and Cafe– You will find this quick service location in Frontierland at the Magic Kingdom. Serving up traditional eats like burger and chicken sandwiches, what really makes this place stand out is The Fixins Bar. Garnish your meal with toppings like sauteed peppers, onions, and mushrooms. Make things extra cheesy with warm nacho cheese. You can really customize your meal to be everything you want which makes these burgers stand out!

5. Yak and Yeti- This restaurant, located in Animal Kingdom, offers Asian style food, complete with Chinese style take out containers! I absolutely love the Honey Chicken here. This is a nice little place with lots of outdoor seating. A great choice for quick eating!

What is your favorite quick service location?

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