I want to have a simple meal once in a while. It may be a meal that brings a sense of security from childhood. From childhood, it might mean fish sticks, mac & cheese, or grilled cheese sandwiches. A classic grilled cheese sandwich serves as a surprisingly delicious treat. Some of my international friends scoff at the American citizen’s obsession with cheese. I feel that the only thing better than one slice of cheese is another.
Located inside Hollywood Studios, Woody’s Lunch Box sells grilled cheese as a counter-service dining option. Woody’s Lunch Box at Disney’s Hollywood Studios also offers grilled cheese stuffed with brisket, while the Grilled Three Cheese Sandwich offers basic comfort food. If you just want some quick comfort food while enjoying his day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, this is it. This grilled cheese displays a simple, well-prepared grilled cheese. increase. But sometimes you don’t want to surprise your theme park with counter service food.
This sandwich from Woody’s Lunch Box features provolone, cheddar and American cheese on grilled sourdough bread. The “Grilled Three Cheese Sandwich” is $9.99. This sandwich comes with sides such as potato barrels and tomato basil soup.
However, you can order the children’s version for just $6.79. The main difference between this and the adult version is that it only has half the grilled cheese. Still, you get a kid-sized drink that way.
This sandwich won’t win any dining awards. Still, you can get small but decent sandwiches with good quality for reasonable theme park prices. The bread could be better, but this format works. A touch of garlic goes well with cheese and butter.
The biggest drawback of this menu item is 3x. One is the portion size rate which is average at best. This issue is distinguished by the fact that the side parts are small. Speaking of aspects, the second drawback concerns quality. The taste of potato barrel is so-so. Perhaps if Disney paid Ore-Ida to call it tater tots, it would taste as good as Green Eggs and Ham from Islands of Adventure. Works well with Tochos. Think of it as a dipping sauce for grilled cheese. The consistency is nothing like what I visualize as soup.
The final minus concerns the seats. Most of the time you will be disappointed when you find a seat here. Toy Storyland has a reputation for having little shade, so keep that in mind.
Nonetheless, this menu item, especially a kid’s meal, offers solid value for your money. . If you have the choice, spend a little more and get grilled cheese at the ABC Commissary at this theme park. Still, this sandwich makes a great snack/light lunch option, especially for picky eaters. As always, eat like you mean it!
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