This is a counter-service restaurant inside Epcot, with a variety of stands to accommodate diverse eaters. I ordered the salmon with mashed potatoes & a kalamata olive sauce. This was pretty good, but still not as good as Tusker House salmon (silently removing my hat for yet another victim of the Disney Dining Plan). The kalamata olive sauce was nice – I’m not a huge fan of olives, but this wasn’t overwhelmingly olive-y.
My husband had the turkey & muenster sandwich on foccacia with a chipotle mayonnaise. It was fine, nothing great or remarkable, but fine for counter service food. He did like the bread.
We also ordered the potato soup. This was creamy and good, a bit salty, but still quite good.
In all, we enjoyed our meals here, while acknowledging that they are counter-service quality and couldn’t stand up to the scrutiny of a table-service restaurant’s cuisine. Now that Tusker House is on the chopping block, this is our favorite counter service place at Disney World.