View Full Version : Best and Cheapest Place to Have Dinner in the Park?
02-26-2009, 06:20 AM
Believe me, I checked the menus ahead of time to avoid the burgers, but we ended up near Hungry Bear for lunch and hadn't had a burger at DL yet either (or a very long while). The mac and cheese sounded good at dinner time, so we thought we'd try it. We learned! Back to sit down restaurants, where we know the food is good!
And FYI to LaserKitty, the menus are available here on MP using the search.
02-26-2009, 06:34 AM
When we are having an inexpensive dinner at Disneyland (oh, it happens often), we will buy a loaf of sourdough bread and have it sliced at the Boudin Bakery, buy several turkey legs, find ourselves a nice table, and enjoy our dinner. No, it's not fancy. No, it's not sit down. Yes, it is yummy.
03-01-2009, 04:22 PM
I can tell you what not to get, it's the macaroni and cheese in Toontown. It was maybe 1/2 cup per portion, not even enough for my 2 year old, much less myself. It comes with apple slices too but ours were brown, inedible (yes I could have taken them back but didn't want to hassle it). I'm not sure if the portions are that small elsewhere, but we won't be ordering that again. It was a snack size for my 2 and 4 year olds and myself and got hungry soon thereafter.
We were trying to economize too and skimping definitely didn't work out. We also tried the burgers at Hungry Bear, bad bad bad too. Very dry, small and tasteless. Budgeting just wasn't worth the cost in the long run when we got hungry so soon after.
I think you may have gotten the Toddler Meal. Was it aorund $3? It is intended for kids under age 3 - hence the smaller portion. It is actually perfect for my 4 year old and we have never gotten anything rotten or brown, that was a fluke.