Universal Hollywood has an All You Can Eat counter-service meal pass (good at five restaurants in the park) for $21.95 per day for adults and $9.95 for kids under 48" that runs through May 24. (I don't know if they'll continue it or raise the prices after that date.) They were very cool and let my tall 51", 6-year-old first grader have the kids plan. She got a drink included with each kids meal, but if I wanted beverages with flavor for myself, I would have had to purchase a cup for unlimited beverages. (I had water bottles--mostly frozen--from home.)
I'm not proud, but we had four meals.
We didn't like the Italian meal (at the restaurant just west of the escalator to the lower lot) as much as the others (I should have tried their pizza), and we didn't try Doc Brown's Fried Chicken. The Panda Express in the lower lot is one of the five included restaurants.
My favorite meal was chicken from the Jurassic Park cafe, and I had a good burger at Mel's Diner (upper lot) and got to eat it in a nice, quiet French-themed courtyard around the corner. I like the oversized raisin oatmeal cookie for the included dessert at a couple of the locations. (It was still tasty two days later.)
I wish Disney World had a deal (maybe for $25.99) like this for their counter-service restaurants in the Magic Kingdom. There's a good new Miceage article about WDW's Dining plans posted today (5/3/2012) in a new column, "Parkwise," by Chris Wood, BTW.
I hope that's helpful!