Pollo Campero reviews
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"Disney could have done a lot better than this!"
Reviewed on Sep 27, 2011 by jwakja
With all the talk of improving Pleasure Island, Marketplace etc. they put in this fast food meca? What a bummer, this belongs in the Six flags area. Small, tastless portions that don't measure up to a kid's meal. And to top it off they have this Baby Cakes niche in the corner trying to pull off some kind of expensive designer cupcake spot. What a joke! With the great cupcakes we enjoyed at several Disney locations, Starring Rolls for example, this is a disgrace! Disney needs to pull the contract on this. Bring back Mickey D's if you want fast food!
"Salads are really nice"
Reviewed on May 14, 2011 by mark-p
I ordered a tuna salad. It was freshly prepared, but very little tuna went into it. It was fairly filling but not really worth $8. Other items on the menu also seemed quite expensive. A cup cake costs $3.75.
I'm not really sure what this place is trying to be. It has fried chicken, salads, drinks and also a cupcake stand. In all cases you have to join seperate lines to get these. A large family would struggle with this. There are also seperate iced sections offering sides such as coleslaw ($2.50) and fruit ($5). These seemed to be poorly stocked and coleslaw was not available during our visit.
Its not the worst place at DTD for eating but it still has a little way to go to obtain value for money.
"Food OK, portions small"
Reviewed on Dec 14, 2010 by ptaylor
The food here tasted good, but was crippled by the portion size being far to small. I had the $7 combo meal, consisting of chicken and rice. The quarter chicken was tiny, and the rice amounted to about half a cup.
There are far better options at DTD. So unless you are looking for a very small serving, or plan on perhaps buying two dinners per person, go elsewhere. I won't be returning.
"I left hungry!"
Reviewed on Dec 07, 2010 by RWilliams
I felt that the food at Pollo Campero was decent. I can't really fault the food too much other than the fact that the rice was luke warm at best. The problem I have with it is the portion size to cost ratio. I realize that value for money and Disney food don't normally go hand in hand but pollo Campero just takes the cake. 1/4 skinny chicken and a cup of rice for over $8 plus drinks. While I love food and can, if motivated, eat quite a bit of it I don't normally eat a lot at each sitting but I left Pollo Campero hungry. In my opinion you get better food for a better value at Earl of Sandwich or Wolfgang Puck Express. I won't be going back to Pollo Campero unless they increase their portion size or decrease their prices.