If you are looking for quick service meals you can split at Walt Disney World restaurants you are in luck! Most of the servings at quick-service restaurants are large and you may find it too much food. However, there are a few meals on Disney property that have so much food that they can easily be split between two adults or an adult and child and you would be full. Plus splitting a meal means more room for those legendary Disney World snacks. Here are our favorite meals to split at Disney World.
Fajita Platter, Pecos Bills
We find ourselves getting this dish time and time again at Pecos Bill’s! The fixing bar really makes a big difference here. There is lettuce, tomatoes and a whole bunch of other stuff that you can almost turn your nachos into a full salad.
This picture really doesn’t do the size of this burger justice. The burgers here are giant!! Get a side of fries and you and another family member will be set!
Chicken and Ribs, Flame Tree BBQ
Get double the meat with chicken and ribs at the Flame Tree BBQ in the Animal Kingdom. I recommend amping it up even more with some pulled pork cheese fries!
Rack of Ribs, Polite Pig
This spot at Disney Springs can be found right next to the Lime Garage entrance. Half a chicken two side and a piece of toast will leave you with more than enough to share with someone. We were shocked at how big the portions were here when we first ate here.
Make Your Own Bowl, Satuli Canteen
Head over to the planet of Pandora to create your own bowl of deliciousness at the Animal Kingdom. The portions here are really generous and pair perfectly with a Night Blossom drink you can get at the stand just outside of Satuli Canteen.
Pizza, Blaze Pizza
My husband and I split pizzas here all the time. It’s a great way to be able to fit in some of the great treats around Disney Springs afterward. Sprinkles Cupcakes are a must plus there is Ghirardelli Soda Shop!
Turkey Sandwich, Be Our Guest
Just look at the size of this sandwich! The great thing about splitting a meal here is you have more room to eat a Master’s Cupcake (aka a cupcake with the “gray stuff”).
What are your families favorite meals to eat at Disney? Be sure to share in the comments below!
I have been visiting the parks annually since my parents first brought me at just a year old. Recently I was able to fulfill my life long dream of being a Florida local and moved from the wintery Northeast to the sunshine and fun of central Florida. Now I am hoping to share my Disney knowledge with you so you can have the best vacation possible!