I think the walk-up food will give you the best value. For $5-6 you can get a corn dog with chips or sliced apples. Obviously drinks add additional money to that, but that is easily avoidable. Also places like Hungry Bear, French Market, Golden Horseshoe, and stuff like that will usually give you a decent amount of food for about $14 or less depending on what you get.
Basically, anything you get to eat that isn't at a sit-down service restaurant will give you a better deal. The same goes for DCA.
Please... put Guardians of the Galaxy in Tomorrowland.
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Definitely the corn dogs at Corndog Wagon on Main Street. They are quite filling, and they can almost make a meal on their own. The price is lower than most other food places at Disneyland, so I highly recommend it.
Last edited by frollofan; 06-21-2013 at 10:13 AM.
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Plaza Inn fried Chicken. Ask for all white and you will get two huge breasts, green beans, biscuit and mashed potatoes. Add a drink and free refills. Best value in the park. Kind of healthy too. Enhance the healthy by asking for all green beans and no bun, peel the fried skin off. Boom!
its filling and provides energy your body will appreciate the whole day.
you can opt for a salad there also, if that's your thing.
Ive found it the best food value in the parks.
if you have an AP or PAP, you will get a terrific discount
Watermelon slices!!! They are cool to cold, full of sweet juice, water and vitamins. Remember to grab napkins, find a place to sit and lean out a bit so that it don't dribble down your shirt. Great healthy value for the price
I have to reiterate Corndog Castle & Bengel BBQ. My family is small, so we can split a turkey leg & call it a cheap meal. Same with the huge portions at Rancho del Zocallo. I think the Coca-Cola Refreshment place has decent prices too. And of course, you can get any meal without the chips or soda, and that saves you a couple bucks per meal.
Last edited by oodelally; 06-22-2013 at 07:10 AM.
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I might be in the minority here, but I think the steak gumbo is a pretty solid deal. We always get it for lunch and I'm always full and never finish my bread bowl (as much as I want to) and I don't feel gross after I eat it.