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Disney World Must Eats on a Budget

Disney World Must Eats on a Budget

Our list of Disney World Must Eats on a Budget for your 2019 Trip:

Disney Springs:

Some days, we mix and match. Earl of Sandwich Tuna Melt and Wolfgang Puck BBQ Chicken pizza.

Some days, we mix and match. Earl of Sandwich Tuna Melt and Wolfgang Puck BBQ Chicken pizza.

  • Polite Pig - Our favorite counter service meal at Disney World. The brisket is soooo good. Brisket sandwich is even better! Also, the Brussels- don’t leave here without trying them!

  • Earl of Sandwich - can’t go wrong with a $6 sandwich. The tuna melt and Full Montague are our personal faves.

  • Tea Traders - get a latte with Mickey art! SO CUTE and so delicious! They even offer soy milk :)

  • Amorette’s Patisserie - Delectable desserts. Just so delicious! And so many choices!

  • Wolfgang Puck Express - Delicious pizzas, salads and pastas. A great use of a counter service meal.

Two Polite Pig counter service meals. Ribs and brisket with waffle fries and Brussel sprouts on the side.

Two Polite Pig counter service meals. Ribs and brisket with waffle fries and Brussel sprouts on the side.

Animal Kingdom: 

  • Flame Tree Bbq - pulled pork fries. BBQ used to be good here but after trying polite pig, you’re not gonna wanna eat bbq here.

  • Yak and Yeti Counter Service - the $4 chicken fried rice snack is a really great value. If you can eat at yak and yeti the restaurant, they have pretty good food. Kind of pricey, but pretty good.

  • Mahindi - Jungle Juice Slush is SO REFRESHING on a warm Florida afternoon!

  • Eight Spoon Cafe - baked Mac and cheese with pulled pork. Don’t need to say more than that.

  • Tamu Tamu Refreshments - rum dole whip slushy

Yak and Yeti Snack Size Chicken Fried Rice

Yak and Yeti Snack Size Chicken Fried Rice

Flame Tree BBQ pulled pork fries.

Flame Tree BBQ pulled pork fries.

Epcot:

  • Sunshine Seasons - so many good eats. Our personal fave is Mongolian beef

  • L’artisan Des Glaces (France) - brioche bun and macaron ice cream sandwiches. SO. GOOD!

  • Las Halles - Located in the France Pavilion, Las Halles has some really awesome desserts and snacks. Creme brûlée, paninis and sandwiches, macarons, all kindsa desserts. So many choices, so little stomach room.

  • Karamell Kuche - Located in the Germany Pavilion, Karamell Kuche offers a variety of caramel everything! And trust us, everything here is really good.

  • Cronuts near test track.

  • China (drink cart) - lychee green tea

  • Lotus cafe (China) - lychee ice cream, iced oolong peach tea, mango smoothie

  • Katsura grill (Japan) - green tea cheesecake

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Magic Kingdom: 

  • Le Fou’s brew @ Gaston’s tavern - Tastes like radiator springs red apple freeze. Also, really good cinnamon buns.

  • Plaza ice cream - cookie ice cream sandwich - haven’t tried it but heard it’s good

  • Be Our Guest - Lunch provides the best value as it’s a counter service for lunch but you still need an ADR. Get the Grey stuff, it’s delicious! Skip the French onion soup and the braised pork - super salty. Be our guest doesn’t have the best food but it’s the ambiance that’s amazing. You can also pre-order your food in the My Disney Experience app to save time. (If you don’t, expect to wait an additional 30 mins-ish to place an order and wait in line)

  • Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn - surprisingly good esp with the fixings bar. You can order tortilla chips and guacamole and then hook it up with all kinds of toppings

Mickey Latte @ Tea Traders

Mickey Latte @ Tea Traders

Hollywood Studios:

  • Hollywood scoops: apple crisp a la mode

  • Backlot express: super cute cupcakes and desserts! Star Wars cupcakes

  • Sci fi Drive inn: Unique ambiance and diner food. We only come here for their tasty shakes.

Beignet Sundae from Port Orleans French Quarter

Beignet Sundae from Port Orleans French Quarter

Notable Mentions:

Beignet’s @ Port Orleans French Quarter - DELISH! Turn it up a notch with a beignet sundae. They even have special made to order vegan beignets.

Kona Cafe @ Polynesian - this is a table service meal that can be booked in advance. It’s hands down our most favorite breakfast on property. Ask your server if they can make the Big Kahuna (it’s not on the menu anymore but it’s so dang good). Also Tonga toast is amazing! If you don’t wanna sit down and eat, captain cooks downstairs also serves Tonga toast for cheaper and you don’t have to tip since it’s a counter service meal.





That concludes our list of Disney World Must Eats on a Budget. Let me know your thoughts and if we missed anything! Have a magical day :)

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