Reviews of Tomorrowland Terrace – Open Seasonally
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Reviewed by KareLynn Review Date: 02/04/2021
Rating: (6) Recommended
Just ok. I like fried food but they only have 4 things on the menu and pretend they have many things but it’s just different combinations of fried fish, shrimp, and chicken. Literally fish and chicken, chicken and shrimp, etc with every possible combination. It’s nice to have choice but would rather have variety. Theming is confusing, I guess we will eat a lot of fried seafood in the future lol.
Pros:Like Long John Silver if you like that restaurant, fried food, hush puppies ok prices for Disney
Cons:It’s so many combinations of just 3 foods
Reviewed by Anonymous Review Date: 01/08/2021
Rating: (10) Recommended
Just ate here on our last day. The food was great and the hush puppies were delicious. I could of made a meal out of them alone.
Pros:All good no complaints here.
Cons:None. Food and service was excellent
Reviewed by missy Review Date: 07/30/2013
Rating: (5) Recommended
Got there before the flux from a tour group. Food was good, but not great. Was trying to get a knife and fork and a CM would not move out of the way.
Pros:Found a seat
Cons:outside and loud
Reviewed by MarysMom Review Date: 06/13/2013
Rating: (0) Recommended
Ate here the week of June 2-9. We were keeping DD company while her boyfriend waited in line for Space Mountain and decided to give it a try.
I had the lobster roll and chips, and it was quite good and a nice departure from the usual quick service options. Recommended if you like lobster rolls.
Husband had the Beef and Blue Cheese Salad. He was initially dubious at the pinkness of the beef (be prefers beef charred to a crisp). He was hungry, so he gave it a shot and gave it a good grade. He would definitely order it again. The seating is ample and pleasant with a great view of the castle.
Pros:Selections, seating, taste
Reviewed by dvcmember1983 Review Date: 06/12/2013
Rating: (4) Recommended
The food was standard here. Couldn't find anything that I really wanted so I ended up going with the burger. Seating was outdoors because we had such a large party. With all the quick service dining organization that is occuring in all the other quick service dining places, you would think they would do the same here.
Reviewed by jm26 Review Date: 06/06/2013
Rating: (8) Recommended
They dropped the "noodle station" a while back I guess. I ate lunch here, it opens at 11 am, just happened to be walking by when it opened and the lines were short. I had the lobster role and chips, it was a nice change and tasted excellent.
We also attended the fireworks dessert party here. The buffet had a lot of good desserts but it was a bit chaotic and could have been set up better. When the fireworks started there was a mad rush to the railing to stake out a spot. After I shoved a few kids down and elbowed an old lady (not really) I was able to get a good spot to watch the fireworks. It was OK but I probably wont do it again.