[QUOTE=WishUponAStar;953202]We often have the question of “which restaurants in WDW are the best” or “which good ADRs should my family make?” I am curious to hear about which restaurants you feel are the WORST & why. They can be either counter service or table service.
Mine, in no particular order:
1#: [B]Flame Tree Bar-B-Que (AK).[/B] I hate this counter service location. The smokey bar-b-que flavor on the chicken tasted horrible to me & it was dry. The chicken literally looked like a 1/2 flat baby chicken on your plate which grossed me out. Oh, and ducks attack you in the dining area. Don’t get me wrong, I love ducks, but when they are literally pecking at your shorts while you’re trying to have a relaxing lunch it’s a little distracting.
#2: [B]Tommorland Noodle Terrace (MK).[/B] We’ve only seen this counter service spot open twice the past couple of years; maybe busy times? I was expecting something of similar quality to Yak & Yeti counter service in AK, nope. It was pretty gross. Just tasted like frozen Chinese food that was defrosted in a back microwave & thrown on tray.
#3: [B]Boardwalk pizza window (next to Spoodles).[/B] Literally the worse pizza I’ve ever tried to eat in my life. I think they even charged us around $18for the pie too. It was horrible & I think we ended up walking over the World Showcase just to get something better to eat instead. Expensive pizza, cardboard dough, cheap cheese, gross.
#4: [B]House of Blues (DtD).[/B] You end up waiting forever to get a table, especially during peak dinner times & high crowd seasons. The food is just ‘ok’ in my opinion but also remember that I don’t eat seafood so maybe those choices are better. Although, my best friend once ate a shrimp dish there & ended up getting sick the whole night in our room at Coronado. Great place to see concerts though, just have dinner elsewhere before the show.
#5: [B]Planet Hollywood (DtD).[/B] If I had to vote for ‘The Worst’ I think this would have to be it. Garish & loud decor, totally reminds me of some cheesy early 90’s hot spot, the servers wear these terrible loud Hawaiian-like PH shirts, the food is about the quality of any neighborhood Applebee’s but more expensive. I just could never go there again. My opinion, there’s a reason why Disney has been giving ‘free’ vouchers for this place for years.[/QUOTE]
Wishy, I got to say that the ribs at Planet Hollywood are really good, way better than Flame Tree. I heard the problem with the pizza in Florida is the water used for the dough. I have never had good pizza anywhere!! The pizza delivery at POP was the worst ever!!