Reviews of Big Thunder Ranch BBQ Lunch/Dinner
All-you-care-to-eat BBQ with all the fixins, served family style. Vegetarian options available.
Lunch menu: http://allears.net/dlr/dining/menu/big-thunder-ranch-barbecue/lunch
Dinner menu: http://allears.net/dlr/dining/menu/big-thunder-ranch-barbecue/dinner
Reviewed by mgilmore Review Date: 09/28/2015
Rating: (8) Recommended
We ate at the Supper at the BBQ on Sunday Sept 20th during our first visit to DL. It was our 1st and only time eating there since the BBQ will be closing in a few months.
We checked in for our reservation 10 minutes early and it took 20-30 minutes to be seated.
You are seated at a table with others. The area was decorated for fall/halloween time. There was a gentleman strolling around singing and playing the banjo and a lady joined him a bit later.
Our server was very attentive and friendly.
It is served family style, all you can eat. Each family gets there own portions to share. We were served a bucket of ribs & chicken, beans, corn cob wheels & coleslaw.
We enjoyed everything except the coleslaw. We prefer a creamy coleslaw. This coleslaw was made with a tangy dressing that wasn't creamy. It reminded me of a vinegrette.
The only other negative comment is that dessert costs extra. At Mickey's Backyard BBQ at Disney World dessert is included.
The employees are all getting moved to other restaurants so I don't think there are any plans to move this to another area or bring it back any time soon.
We enjoyed the BBQ and were glad we decided to try it.
Pros:All you can eat
Reviewed by Stanton Review Date: 08/27/2013
Rating: (10) Recommended
This was some of the best BBQ I've had outside of the Midwest; I don't typically eat BBQ sauce, but this stuff was great! Also, the corn-on-the-cob was possibly the most amazing I've ever had (and my wife makes pretty good c-o-t-c). Considering this was "in park" dining, I thought the price was reasonable--especially considering it was "all you can eat". Highly recommended.