The Lunching Pad at Rockettower Plaza reviews
Tomorrowland, Magic Kingdom
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Reviewed on Nov 19, 2009 by JENNYmouse1024
love the turkey legs here!! and its in the middle of everything so thats a plus!
"Yes it's definitely turkey."
Reviewed on Jul 30, 2009 by lilclerk
Just extremely salty turkey. I go for the sweet cream cheese pretzels. They're my favorite WDW snack.
"It's Real Turkey Folks"
Reviewed on Feb 26, 2009 by TowerBellhop
As someone who used to cook (and eat) these on a daily basis, at this very locatation, let me assure you that the legs are 100% smoked, farm-raised turkey. Despite popular belief they are not a pork (or emu) product, though I must admit they do smell a bit like bacon and taste a tad like ham. I prefer mine with BBQ sauce. At $5+ the price may seem a little high, but when you consider the amount of meat you are getting, it's really a deal compared to other Disney snacks and meals. These bad boys weigh just shy of 2 pounds before cooking.
A word of caution: the birds around the MK love these things (the irony, I know) so becareful, beause they will ruthlessly come after you.
The L-Pad has some other good offereings, most particularly their FCBs (frozen carbonated beverages), or icees as you may know them. Don't stand in line thinking you are going to get a burger or hot dog though. There is a hot dog stand nearby and Cosmic Ray's is just around the corner.
Reviewed on Nov 26, 2007 by tiggerzgirl83
Was'nt to crazy for it this year. Their chicken ceaser salad used to be soooo good and this year it was lousy
"Line Looks Longer Than It Is"
Reviewed on Sep 27, 2007 by MouseWorshipper
Although you can never find a place to sit down, this high-cal. food is perfect for energizing you in the middle of the day when you're tired. Try the spicy cheese pretzel.
Reviewed on Sep 22, 2004 by disneygirl1026
My boyfriend ordered a turkey leg and received a ham bone instead. No joke - it was a piece of ham shaped like a turkey leg. While my boyfriend likes ham anyways, we were extremely irriatated that the vendors did not inform us of the switch in meat. They tried to pass it off as a turkey leg, which it clearly was not!
Reviewed on Apr 04, 2003 by disneyprep50321
The really only draw here is turkey legs. Not much else, unless you want a Coca-Cola.
My family, if they want a snack, usually eats here while in Tomorrowland. Not all that spectacular.