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I got the Disney Dining Plan...does Be Our Guest lunch count as quick service?

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  • I got the Disney Dining Plan...does Be Our Guest lunch count as quick service?

    Thanks

  • #2
    I went last year. At that time, I believe it was quick serve at lunch and table for Dinner. One of the few, if only, places that I recall that switchs categories.

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    • #3
      Breakfast and lunch are quick service.

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      • #4
        I just went there 2 weeks ago for the first time. I arrived for breakfast. My suggestion for you is to completely avoid it for lunch and breakfast all-together. The breakfast was a joke...and another poster on here expressed displeasure with the lunch as well. I started a thread last week that you can find regarding my experience.

        Overall, I wouldn't suggest this as a dining option, but maybe I just had a bad experience.

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        • #5
          Not to be contradictory, but we very much enjoyed our lunch there this summer. Although a table service meal is nice, we didn't mind paying less for a quick service lunch. We also really liked the food. So largely it boils down to personal taste, I think. To be honest, I don't remember what I ordered. Knowing me, some kind of steak if it was available. What I do remember is the ambiance which I felt was spectacular, so looking at it that way, I wouldn't hesitate for the lunch, since you may not even remember what you ate, but you'll remember how the place looks.
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          • #6
            I liked lunch. But think lunch is more of getting the chance to see inside BOG than the food. Dinner is where it's at.

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            • #7
              I also enjoyed lunch here on my last trip. I will agree that the food isn't anything special, but it's not bad. I think the problem with BOG is that considering how hard it is to get a reservation, you would think this is the greatest dining location on property which it really isn't.

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              • #8
                Although the food quality is much, much better at WDW compared to Disneyland in California, when I'm at an amusement park, I don't expect gourmet quality food. I primarily look for the best atmosphere to enhance my dining experience. In that regard, BOG is one of the best. That said, there are, of course, some spectacular restaurants with terrific food.
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                No matter where you go, there you are.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by danlb_2000 View Post
                  I think the problem with BOG is that considering how hard it is to get a reservation, you would think this is the greatest dining location on property which it really isn't.
                  If you went by how easy/ hard it is to get reservations at many of the restaurants, then there are a lot of them that you would make assumptions are the "greatest dining location on property" which isn't necessarily true. Quite a number of them are very hard to get reservations for at certain times of the year, several near impossible. But people eat at them for different reasons- sometimes it's food, sometimes it's characters, sometimes it's atmosphere.

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