Can I switch skillets for the AYCE? Nothing about the food at Whispering Canyon is high-end, but it’s all really good in the sense of being simple, homestyle BBQ food. One thing I noticed during our meal here was that they seem to be a bit understaffed at the moment. He wouldn’t put up with any banter or comebacks from us, responding with a quick wit and brilliant side quips. Allergy-friendly offerings are reliant on supplier ingredient labels. The refill on meat was actually a larger portion than what was on our initial skillet. A big, open dining room just … This didn’t affect our meal at all, but I heard servers talking about their difficulty in keeping up with it all, and it seems that if some of the cast members from this restaurant are still on furlough, it would be good to bring them back now. When we were there on a Friday for lunch, there were no more than five total groups in the restaurant, and since tables are marked with signs to indicate which ones cannot be used due to social distancing, we were very far apart from others. While we take steps to prevent cross-contact, we do not have separate allergy-friendly kitchens and are unable to guarantee that a menu item is completely free of allergens. Lets face it, when your waitress is catching catsup bottles on a tray on top of her head?? Register for the latest Disney news and offers. We asked for more biscuits and gravy. The refill on meat was actually a larger portion than what was on our initial skillet. Mashed potatoes were real... lumps left in. All in all, we had a very enjoyable lunch at Whispering Canyon. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contents of each food item. When we were there on a Friday for lunch, there were no more than five total groups in the restaurant, and since tables are marked with signs to indicate which ones cannot be used due to social distancing, we were very far apart from others. Honestly, for as much as it costs to eat at Disney we only found 4 places that lived up to the cost with the quality of its cuisine, and this was one of them. food was good, service good, but no Disney magic. Our server was fun and gave us the attitude we’ve come to expect at this restaurant, and the food was quite good, as usual. We were used to servers with lots of attitude, kids running around the restaurant in wooden horse races, and copious amounts of ketchup bottles being shared between tables. Can I order one and then switch for the next round? no ambiance- no ketchup, or large sodas that made the place full of laughs. Service is fun. It was tender and delicious. Although the restaurant wasn’t crowded at all, and our server was very attentive, when we were there at lunch, the servers seemed to be struggling to find time to serve lunch patrons and also clear and clean up tables that still had plates on them from breakfast earlier in the day. This didn’t affect our meal at all, but I heard servers talking about their difficulty in keeping up with it all, and it seems that if some of the cast members from this restaurant are still on furlough, it would be good to bring them back now. The other places we found great, worth the cost, and with really good food were Chef Mickey's, The California Grill, and Tiffins in Animal Kingdom. Host or manager was attentive and very nice and I can't say enough about how great Dustin was at serving us and being attentive and so nice while also handling several tables. Needless to say, the whole experience was a disaster and the server could care less that I wanted to talk to someone. It was tender and delicious. Are you sure you want to delete this question? My wife ordered coffee and I a soda. Lets face it, when your waitress is catching catsup bottles on a tray on top of her head?? 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The sides she chose were mashed potatoes and green beans which were very flavorful too. Such a fun meal – and I’m sure it’s even more impressive during non-COVID times when crowds are bigger! We use reasonable efforts in our sourcing, preparation and handling procedures to avoid the introduction of the named allergens into allergy-friendly menu choices. Oh, and at the end of our meal, Dustin threw in a freshly-baked cupcake as my husband and I were two days out from celebrating our Ring Exchange ceremony. Start planning your dream Disney holiday. The turkey sandwich was pretty simple and basic, but was also pretty good. Since the restaurant had only recently reopened after Disney’s pandemic closure, we were curious to see what it would be like and how the modified dining experience would compare to the past. You can remain on the phone with the Cast Member. Nothing about the food at Whispering Canyon is high-end, but it’s all really good in the sense of being simple, homestyle BBQ food. The food is really good. We use cookies to help make this website better, to improve our services and for advertising purposes. We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location. Since we have visited other Disney restaurants since the Covid reopening we knew how well they work to keep everyone safe. Our food came out and it looked really sad. The ribs were really the standout item to us, although the pulled pork was also very good, and the vegetables and mashed potatoes are generally pretty tasty too. The service was great, and the food was awesome. After dinner we walked down to the dock and took a lovely ferry boat back to our hotel. Our server was attentive and friendly......with just a bit of attitude, which is the standard...for this restaurant. Breakfast: Adult $10-21, Child $6-13 Lunch: Adult $14-24 Dinner: Adult $19-35 Child $8-16. But if you do? Well, the server brought her a cup of coffee and said he had to look for a lid for the pot. Show Disney.co.uk Hide Disney.co.uk Skip Navigation. Although the skillet comes with unlimited refills, I thought the initial portion was a little light on the meats, and very heavy on the vegetables. for this restaurant. Either way, if you want something fun and family-friendly with good BBQ food, it’s a solid choice on a Disney World vacation. I still dream of their Brisket. I also appreciated not feeling hurried on, like some of the dining experiences can. The only thing about which I was disappointed, was the abysmal amount of caramelized onions on my trail sandwich (see photo), especially as onions were listed as a main ingredient. ... Whispering Canyon is a themed restaurant and chances are your server may engage in some tomfoolery. He wouldn’t put up with any banter or comebacks from us, responding with a quick wit and brilliant side quips. It was our first time here for lunch, and it definitely was a little heavy of a meal for lunch, so we’ll probably return at dinner next time. This is my go to everytime we visit for breakfast, and I...must say it is still great. But if you do? and I did not have to worry about much of anything. I can honestly say it was just the BEST. My wife’s waffle had maybe 3 pieces of fruit, and I like my eggs over easy, but apparently the chef doesn’t realize that the whites have to be cooked! Yes, this is a GREAT place to eat until the food comes out your ears!!! Either way, if you want something fun and family-friendly with good BBQ food, it’s a solid choice on a Disney World vacation.More, This was our last Disney restaurant visit before we went back to our hotel, retrieved our luggage, and headed for the airport. The breakfast skillets like this are $21 per person, and I believe the dinner is somewhere around $28 (maybe a little higher). This place also is one of the few that serves alcohol. My husband and I each ordered...The Heritage which consisted of all you care to eat, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage links, western potatoes, two biscuits and gravy and Mickey waffles. Host or manager was attentive and very nice and I can't say enough about how great Dustin was at serving us and being attentive and so nice while also handling several tables. Bonus!More, We were never able to get reservations here before, however, now was a good time to get in. come here. The other places we found great, worth the cost, and with really good food were Chef Mickey's, The California Grill, and Tiffins in Animal Kingdom.