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Top 5 Quick Service Options at Each Disney Park

Having good meals throughout your Walt Disney World vacation is essential. Knowing where to find the best meals at each of the four Disney Parks is essential to success. Good meals keep everyone happy and fueled for the magic.

We will share the top five quick service locations at each of the four Disney Parks. We hope that by sharing these top options, you can determine where you want to eat during your trip.

Remember, at these locations, you will want to use mobile ordering. This is a feature found within the My Disney Experience app. You can place your mobile order as soon as the Parks open. Do it early so you can get a time that works best for you and the location you want.

Look where you want to eat during your next Walt Disney World vacation so you can have a plan.

Columbia Harbour House
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Magic Kingdom

There are a variety of quick service locations throughout Magic Kingdom. Not all of them are fantastic, so we will focus on these top five that we find to provide the best options for meals at Magic Kingdom.

Sleepy Hollow- Liberty Square

You can find a small quick service location next to Cinderella Castle. Sleepy Hollow is small but has some of the best options when it comes to food at Magic Kingdom. You can enjoy your favorite Mickey Waffle, a great Nutella waffle, or even the sweet and spicy chicken waffle sandwich. Place that mobile order early, as this is a remote location, and it gets busy quickly. We love having a meal here and taking in the beauty of the castle next door.

Caseys Corner Magic Kingdom
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Casey’s Corner- Main Street, U.S.A.

Another great, quick-service location in the Magic Kingdom is Casey’s Corner. Even with a limited menu, this is an excellent spot for something to eat. We enjoy both corn dog nuggets, fries, and of course, hot dogs. Grab a place outside to catch a show on the castle stage or even a cavalcade as it goes by.

Columbia Harbour House- Liberty Square

For something different, try out Columbia Harbour House. Here Guests can enjoy a lobster roll, shrimp, fish, and even chicken nuggets for those that like something traditional. The upstairs seating area is a fantastic way to escape the crowds in Magic Kingdom.

Cosmic Rays- Tomorrowland

Here Guests will find their traditional food options, such as chicken nuggets, burgers, and fries. There are some other options, chicken sandwiches, and salads. This area is large and is a good option on those busier days you might have forgotten to make those mobile orders early in the day. We also enjoy the entertainment provided by Sonny Eclipse.

Friar’s Nook- Fantasyland

Our final option at Magic Kingdom is Friar’s Nook. We love the breakfast options: donuts, a breakfast sandwich, and tots. After breakfast, we enjoy the variety of tots we can choose from. The macaroni and cheese tots are our favorite. This is a smaller location, similar to Sleepy Hollow so make sure you plan.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

This Disney Park isn’t known for food, but it has started to step it up over the last few years.

ABC Commissary- Commissary Lane

We love this option as it has excellent air conditioning, great seating space, and great entrees. The most popular item from ABC Commissary is the buffalo chicken grilled cheese sandwich. It is nice that fresh, lighter options are here to pick from.

Ronto Roasters- Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

A minimal menu, but we love what is offered here. The ronto wraps are so unique and have such great flavor. Try the breakfast ronto wrap and the regular warp to determine your favorite.

Woody’s Lunch Box- Toy Story Land

Enjoy some comfort food back in Toy Story Land. Woody’s Lunch Box has grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, and potato barrels. There isn’t a lot of seating in this area, so plan if you want to eat here.

Backlot Express
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Backlot Express- Echo Lake

This location has burgers like the BBQ burger or the Cuban sandwich, and don’t miss out on the Wookie Cookie. Backlot Express has a lot of space, which is excellent for finding a space to relax during your meal.

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo- Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Also found on Batuu is this local dining location. Enjoy a fun atmosphere while trying some unique dishes. Have some pork ribs, chicken tip yip, and more. Sometimes you can find ronto wraps here as well.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios has come a long way regarding food options. Although there is still room for improvement, we can usually find something delicious at these locations.

connections eatery
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EPCOT has so many quick service locations throughout the World Showcase. This can make it hard to narrow down what you want to try out. Even with all these options, we continue to find ourselves enjoying these top five when at EPCOT.

Sunshine Seasons- Land Pavilion

This quick service location continues to remain strong throughout the years. There are a variety of options that Guests can choose from in this cafeteria-style dining area. We like that everyone can find something here to enjoy. With a lot of seating, it makes it a fantastic place to relax during the day as well.

Connections Eatery- World Celebration

This new quick service location has become a big hit since its opening. Guests love the selection here, including the ability to get Starbucks right next door. The waffle is a top option that can be breakfast or a snack.

Yorkshire Country Fish Shop- UK Pavilion

For something different, we love the fish and chips at this adorable shop. A limited menu, but the fish and chips are fantastic. Grab some and enjoy the beautiful views of the lagoon.

La Cantina de San Angel- Mexico Pavilion

Grab a margarita and some tacos at this quick-service location in Mexico. They also have delicious churros and even fruit popsicles for little ones.

Crepes A Emporter by La Creperie de Paris- France Pavilion

Our final option in EPCOT is going to be a unique one. Try a crepe in France. You can choose sweet or savory. This is a good, quick option if you need something between bigger meals. We like the variety that they have on the menu.

Flame Tree Barbecue

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

There are some excellent options at Disney’s Animal Kingdom regarding quick service. You can’t go wrong with having a mean at any of them.

Flame Tree Barbecue- Discovery Island

Try some of the delicious barbecues at Flame Tree Barbecue. Great platters offer different meat selections, and we love the macaroni and cheese with barbecue pork on top. There is so much seating, and the views are lovely as well.

Sautil Canteen
Satu’li Canteen- Pandora

This is one of the more unique quick service locations at Walt Disney World. We love that we can create our entree by selecting our base, protein, and sauce. The cheeseburger pods are also a big hit for us.

Harmabe Market- Africa

The Harambe Market offers a variety of entrees for Guests to choose from. This open-air cafeteria allows families to select a type of entrees from one area. We like corn, and it is a fun, unique option.

Yak and Yeti Local Food Cafes- Asia

You can find some cheap options at Yak and Yeti. One of our favorites is to pick up chicken fried rice and egg rolls. These make a great, quick lunch while touring the Park. You can also find traditional options such as sesame chicken here as well.

Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery-Africa

Our final option for Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a smaller option but one that we find to be a good choice when needing something quick. We enjoy the colossal cinnamon roll that is shaped like Mickey himself. There are also small sides as well such as fresh fruit cups. You can also find your Starbucks here as well.

When looking at where to eat at Walt Disney World, these are the top five quick service locations throughout the four Disney Parks. We hope these ideas will help as you plan your dining options for your trip.

Jennifer Retzlaff

Jennifer became a lifelong Disney fan during her first trip to Walt Disney World in 6th grade. From that moment, Disney became a big part of her life. She quickly started to introduce her love of Disney to her family with a Disney honeymoon and then family trips when her youngest was 18 months old. She loves the magic that Disney brings to people through theme parks, cruises, and adventures. As a teacher, she tries to bring Disney magic into her classroom to help kids believe that “If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It.” She is also part of the Magic Vacation Planner team as a personal travel advisor. With this team, she can now help others plan magical vacations. She loves bringing her love to Disney to readers with How to Disney.

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