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    Best food value?

    What area in the Resort do you believe gives you the best value for food? Or more, what location/item is the cheapest but most filling?

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    Re: Best food value?

    Chicken at the Plaza Inn.
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    Re: Best food value?

    I second that. The chicken dinner at the plaza..basically half a chicken (leg, thigh, breast with wing) with mashed and gravy, green beans and a biscuit. Huge portion and one I eaily shared with an adult for a filling meal. Don't like green beans, get double mashed. Don't like dark meat, double the breast for very little more. Alone? Get the baked chicken kids meal and sub out the leg for a breast and you still get mashed potatoes with gravy and a biscuit.Filling and cheap!
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    Re: Best food value?

    The chicken is probably as close as you can get to any kind of "value".

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    Re: Best food value?

    Quote Originally Posted by swampymarsh View Post
    Chicken at the Plaza Inn.
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    I second that.
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    The chicken is probably as close as you can get to any kind of "value".

    I give it the fourth recommendation of this thread. Its the best deal in either park.

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    Re: Best food value?

    French Market has pretty good food as well. Jambalaya, meatloaf, beef stew, corn chowder, french quarter chicken, red beans and rice, chicken caesar salad, french dip.

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    Re: Best food value?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Disneylandfan View Post
    French Market has pretty good food as well. Jambalaya, meatloaf, beef stew, corn chowder, french quarter chicken, red beans and rice, chicken caesar salad, french dip.
    That would be my second recommendation.
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    Re: Best food value?

    The restaurant next to Soarin' with the toppings bar. You can just keep going back and making killer salads and such with all that stuff.

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    Re: Best food value?

    I'm a real big fan of Flo's. I haven't eaten at every restaurant at either park, so I really can't compare prices, but of all the places I've eaten at so far, Flo's is the one that always leaves me satisfied.

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    Re: Best food value?

    ^I second that. The turkey dinner is really good.

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    Re: Best food value?

    Seems like years ago we got a pizza at Pizza Port. For our large family ( 5 kids). one pizza and some bread sticks was cheaper than trying to get everybody their own meal somewhere.
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    Re: Best food value?

    Chicken at Plaza Inn
    Just about anything at the French Market
    Corn dog, chips/apples from a cart or Corn Dog Castle
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    Re: Best food value?

    I haven't tried many restaurants at the parks but I liked the Mexican enchilada plate at El Zocalo in frontierland. You get 3 enchiladas, rice, and beans for $10. I was skeptical of it at first, since good Mexican fast food is the last thing I expect at a theme park, but it was just as good as some Mexican places I've been to near my home and very filling.

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    Re: Best food value?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrFink View Post
    Corn dog, chips/apples from a cart or Corn Dog Castle
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    Re: Best food value?

    Quote Originally Posted by swampymarsh View Post
    Chicken at the Plaza Inn.
    I'll definitely be trying this next visit!

    At DCA I'm a big fan of Taste Pilot's Grill. Big burger, fries and a soda for around ten bucks. And like someone else posted they have a rad toppings bar, you can put practically anything on your burger or make a salad haha.

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