Ate here for breakfast for an entire week, and hubby had lunch here twice while I was off at convention. Here's how it works - you decide what you want, go to a kiosk and punch in your order. Once you complete your order, the kiosk spits out a ticket. Pick up anything else you want that isn't hot food (like a salad, yogurt, orange juice, etc.) from the refrigerated case, and then pay. They give you a restaurant pager, and once your hot food order is complete, it goes off, you go pick up your food, and take it away either to a table or outside or to your room. Once you get the process down pat, it's easy.
The idea here is to pump out as much food as possible in a short period of time. Therefore, you do not get eggs your way. You get scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, potatoes, waffles - things that can be made and kept in a steam table. There is one option for breakfast sandwiches. All in all, the food was hot and tasted fine - no complaints. The breakfast sandwich is made to order, and takes some time, so if you are in a hurry don't go for that option.
Hubby had the flat bread pizza twice and said it was fine.
They also have a case of donuts, muffins, etc. if that is your preference. All in all, service was quick, the food was hot, and it didn't taste half bad. A decent on the go option.
Note this is right next to Chef Mickey's with the bazillions of kids in attendance, so it is not the quietest option. But heck, you get to see the monorail whiz by as you sit at a table, so how bad can that be?
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