If you go hungry while in Disney Springs, there are some obstacles. These obstacles have nothing to do with finding something you enjoy. A critical issue involves choice. You may not be able to get a meal reservation at a table service restaurant, or you may be eating out of your budget depending on the location. rest assured. Disney Springs offers high-quality, low-cost counter service. The Earl of Sandwich Restaurant qualifies as such a place.
Earl of Sandwich lives in the Marketplace area of Disney Springs. As you can imagine, this third-party restaurant focuses on sandwiches. His descendants have perfected it! Try our signature roast beef sandwich on freshly baked bread and a variety of hot and cold gourmet sandwiches. Soups, salads, wraps and desserts are also included. “
Most of the items sold at Earl of Sandwich were under $10. They also offer a much touted e-club program at their Disney Springs location.My experience with that program has ranged from good to incredibly bad.
On a recent evening, I ordered the “The Original 1762” sandwich. This will cost him $8,99. Earl of Sandwich’s signature bread topped with roast beef, cheddar cheese and horseradish sauce. That night the mobile ordering system stopped working. The queuing system was inconsistent and added to the process of getting a sandwich. The staff didn’t know how to handle e-club promotions. They looked confused. I pointed them to a sign on the wall. Eventually the manager came out from behind to handle the e club promotion. If you were looking for Disney smiling service, at least on this night, Disney He didn’t find it at Earl of Sandwich in Springs. In all fairness, you shouldn’t expect that here. Also, every restaurant has a bad day.
I went to pay for my sandwich. The POS display asked me to tip my sandwich. The system that night was designed only for card sales, even though I told staff I would pay in cash as their mobile system was down. I had to revoke it from the system. As you can imagine, the experience can affect how much you enjoy this meal.
But how was your sandwich? The beef quality can be said to be average. Meat didn’t hold back the sandwich, but it didn’t help. Still, for a sandwich in this price range, the portion size is right.The hot sandwich recipe is a nice touch. However, it didn’t help the bread as much as intended here. At this price point, the quality of the bread meets expectations. The star of this sandwich is the sauce. The sauce added just the right amount of flavor without overpowering the rest of the ingredients.
On the downside, the cheese had no real flavor. If this was cheddar cheese, I missed it. That same week I had better flavored cheese in a larger sandwich for similar prices at Jimmy John’s and Firehouse Sub.
I wish I had a holiday sandwich all year round as it ranks as the best sandwich I’ve tasted here. Due to its popularity with our guests, we are planning another visit to this place in a few weeks.
Overall, this sandwich did its job. Still, I prefer Blaze Pizza’s counter service or his D-Lux Burger in Disney Springs. As always, eat like you mean it!
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