Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jan 22, 2010
    Deann Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I've been told that the dining plan meals include an entree, dessert and drink. Especially for the lunch option, does the entree include a side dish? And on the kids' menus, are there choices other than the standard chicken tenders, mac & cheese, etc

    Hi Deann,

    Most of the counter service entrees include a side dish, except maybe the large salads.  For example, you may find you have the choice of a wrap sandwich with french fries or apples slices, or a cheeseburger with french fries.  One choice that seems to be available at many counter services restaurants throughout WDW is the half a rotisserie chicken and small rack of ribs combo.  It even comes with mashed potatoes.  Its so large, my husband and I have been known to split it.

    If you do happen to want an entree that doesn't come with a side dish, you can use a snack credit to purchase a side of fries, soup, yogurt, fruit, potato chips, etc.

    The kids' menu doesn't offer as many choice as the adult menu, but its not too bad.  Each restaurant has a slightly different menu.  You will see items like chicken nuggets, hamburgers, peanut butter and jelly, grilled chicken breast, small ceaser salad, cold cut sandwiches, wrap sandwiches cut into pinwheels, etc.  I like that the food isn't overall greasy and you can get fruit and applesauce as your side dishes. 

    Hope that helps.  I think you will find the dining plan to be very flexible and convenient.

    Enjoy your trip
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I have been fortunate enough to be on the Walt Disney World Moms Panel since 2008.  As a Disney World enthusiast, I can’t imagine a greater opportunity.  My husband, our 6-year-old daughter, and I visit WDW a few times a year. 

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