Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Oct 26, 2009
    Rosanna Asked

    Going to WDW fall of 2010, planning on purchasing a Quick Service Dining Plan.Could you tell me an example of what a QS meal would be. Just want to make sure it is going to be enough, and approx. how long are the lines to wait for a quick service meal?

    Hi Rosanna - there are loads of options for quick service meals, and most of the are incredibly filling.  If you choose the quick service plan, I'd suggest that you include some of the following places for the widest variety of food.

    Animal Kingdom:
    Flame Tree BBQ
    Yak and Yeti (has both a table service and quick service area)

    Epcot:
    Tangierine Cafe in Morocco
    Cantina de San Angel in Mexico

    Magic Kingdom:

    Pinocchio's Village Haus
    Columbia Harbour House
     
    There are also plenty of quick service restaurants with standard fare, such as Pecos Bills in the Magic Kingdom and the Sunshine Season Food Fair in Epcot.  A typical meal would be a hamburger with fries, a beverage, and a dessert (i.e., a slice of pie).

    Lines may be long, but generally move very fast.  Depending on the crowd levels, you may wait 5-10 minutes or so.

    Have a great vacation!




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