Dining at Disney World can be expensive. We’re always on the hunt for the best ways to save a bit on dining in Disney World, and we’re bring you some tips today about the meals you can find that are large enough to split.
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When you’re dining at a quick-service restaurant at Disney World, there are many entrees that are big enough to split. Getting a meal for two for one price is a great way to stay within your food budget — and maybe save for splurges on fancier restaurants or souvenirs! Here are some entrees that we know are large enough for two adults (medium-hungry adults, we’ll say) at Disney World.
The Trio Platter at this popular Magic Kingdom spot features Fried Shrimp, Chicken Tenders, Battered Fish, Hushpuppies, and your choice of side for $14.29.
As you can see, there’s a lot of food there, and this pic doesn’t include the side of fries (you could also choose rice, green beans, or more hushpuppies). If you’re especially hungry, add a second order of fries for $4.49, and you’re still saving quite a bit over two entrees.
The all-beef footlong hot dog topped with chili and cheese at Cosmic Ray’s in Magic Kingdom is a huge sandwich that can be easily cut in half and enjoyed by two.
This chili dog also comes with an order of fries for $13.99. You could always add a second order of fries for $4.49 if you and your dining partner are extra famished.
This platter comes with a huge serving of roasted chicken, as well as black beans and yellow rice — all for $12.79.
We love this choice in EPCOT for lunch because of its ample seating, air conditioning, and proximity to popular attractions Living with the Land and Soarin’.
Over at EPCOT’s Mexico, this taco trio — which consists of barbacoa, camaron, and pollo tacos — is easy to share, especially because you can split the serving of rice and beans it comes with for $14.99.
You could share pretty much any of the entrees here — especially if you add additional sides to your order.
The BBQ Brisket Melt at Woody’s Lunchbox in Hollywood Studios is another great sharable option. It’s easy to split this sandwich that features Shredded Smoked Brisket, Pickles, and Tangy Barbecue Sauce between Melted Cheddar and Monterey Jack on Grilled Sourdough Bread.
Getting lunch for two for $12.99 is quite a savings! You may even have enough money left over to get one of our favorite snacks — a lunchbox tart — to split for dessert.
One of our OG-favorite shareable meals is this combo at Flame Tree Barbecue in Animal Kingdom!
With ribs, chicken, cole slaw, and baked beans for $15.69, this is a great value for the money. As always, you can add extra sides — like an onion ring basket for $4.49 — if you’re extra hungry.
And that’s our quick list of shareable meals to help you save on food at Disney World! Be sure to order your DFB Guide for lots more Disney World money-saving tips and info. Use code WDW2022 to save 25% off the cover price!
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