Big Thunder Ranch is waaayyy too expensive.
village Haus I actually think is decent, but they're extremely slow in service, and you can get the same menu in Toon Town. Fantasyland really is lacking a prime eating location.
I actually like the atmosphere at Village Haus. I think a nice sit down restaurant in that part of the park would be nice too though. There are no full service restaurants in Tomorrowland Fantasyland or toon town - almost 2/3rds of the park...
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Tomorrowland Terrace is really gross, and any place that has hot dogs I try to avoid. I'm not sure what the heat is against the Pizza Port, I think it's actually pretty good, but maybe that's because I never really eat pizza outside of Disneyland.
Like others have said Pizza Port. It is not so much the food I don't like, but the facility that it is in is horrible. It is noisy, crowded, and gross looking. Therefore, I recommend you go outside the park to the Pizza kitchen in Downtown Disney if you want pizza.
Toontown's foodcourt is the only place in the parks I won't eat at since it's like cafeteria food. Fantasyland was pretty bad for awhile, but the newer items on the Village Haus menu and the German sausages at Trobadour Tavern look good .
Bengal Barbecue has always been well down on the list for me.
We tried the Village Haus for the first time (that I can remember) a few weeks ago... it was pretty terrible. Passable, and filled us up, but I think there's much better options elsewhere.
Surprisingly enough, on the same trip- The Blue Bayou was mediocre at best. Previous times, I've had wonderful steaks there, but this time it was actually bad. The sirloin had all the appearances of being griddle fried, and tasted as such. The woman's filet looked a whole lot better, especially for only being $2 more.
The only place I'm pretty darn sure I'll never, ever eat is Club 33.
But seriously, since I don't really look to themepark food for gourmet quality, I shop equally for ambiance as for edibility. With that regard, I've made great efforts from time to time to avoid Toontown. It's just not a relaxing, attractive place to eat.
While it isn't one of my favorites, I honestly don't get the contempt for Pizza Port. I don't think it's all that bad, especially for theme park food. Oh, well. to each his own.