World Premiere Food Court is located inside the main building at Disney’s All Star Movies Resort.
Like the rest of All Star Movies, World Premiere Food Court is cinema themed. Breakfast is served from 6:00 am until 11:00 am. Lunch is served from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm. Dinner is served from 4:00 pm until midnight.
The four stations of World Premiere Food Court are Majestic (which consists of pizza and pasta), Roxy (which consists of grill items and traditional favorites), Lyric (which consists of specialties), and Rialto (which consists of bakery items and ice cream).
During our stay at All Stars Movie Resort, my family and I ate at the World Premier Food Court twice, once for breakfast and once for dinner. The food is what you would expect in most food courts. For breakfast my husband had biscuits and gravy while the rest of us had Mickey waffles, fruit, and bacon. The Mickey waffles were good; however, my husband was disappointed in his biscuits and gravy. I think his disappointment was due to the fact that we live in Tennessee and we have pretty high standards when it comes to traditional Southern breakfasts.
For dinner we opted for a chicken quesadilla, a chili cheese dog, a bacon mushroom cheeseburger, and a grilled chicken sandwich. We were happier with our dinner choices than our breakfast choices. For dessert we all had ice cream sundaes, which my kids loved.
Since this is a quick service restaurant, there isn’t much service here. You order your food from a cast member at one of the stations. You are then handed your food and pay at one of the podiums on the other side. Seating is first come first serve. If it’s crowded, it’s a good idea to have one person find a table while another gets the food.
No matter what time of day we ate at the World Premiere Food Court, it was crowded. Every time we walked past it, it was crowded. It honestly surprised me. There were some many better quick service restaurants in the parks! Don’t get me wrong, the food wasn’t the greatest, but it wasn’t bad either. (Except for the biscuits and gravy, that really was bad!) The two times we ate here, it was for the convenience. I suppose that is why it was always crowded, but like I said, there are much better quick service restaurants in the parks, so I would rather get to a park a little early or stay a little later and eat at the parks instead.
I have heard that the food courts get better with the different resort categories. (The value resort food courts are okay, the moderate resort food courts are better, and the deluxe resort food courts are the best.) We are planning on staying at a moderate resort on our next trip, so I am curious to compare the two.
What are your thoughts on resort food courts? Do they get better with the different resort categories, or are they all the same? I would love to hear your thoughts!