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Dining Discuss Food Court at Pop Century in the Vacation Planning forums; There are four main sections of the Food court, Oven Fired Flatbreads, The Grill, Pizza, and then there is a Specialty section that serves Chinease food and Nachos....
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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    There are four main sections of the Food court, Oven Fired Flatbreads, The Grill, Pizza, and then there is a Specialty section that serves Chinease food and Nachos.

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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    I think it's great for quick meals as you pass through. I have stayed at Pop 3 times in recent years and really only sit down to eat a meal if it's breakfast, which is just fine. Getting a refillable mug is a must if you're a caffeine junky and the location of the food court is great. Quick snakcs like nachos and such are great to take to the pool or back to room after coming back from an exhausting day at the park. And it is really nice if you are gone at the park all day and come back at night to grab a fantastic dessert. They have a good selection, lines move fast, just a tad noisy as you would expect.
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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    Quote Originally Posted by doconeill View Post
    I vaguely remember the food court at ASMu, and for some reason I thought it was bigger than POP. I've only been to POP a couple of times and just a couple days at a time, but the food was pretty decent.
    ASM is the only value resort I've ever stayed at, and I was only there once. I have never stayed at Pop but visited the food court twice during my visits. Not sure about the size, but selection-wise, I'd go with Pop over ASM.
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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    I love these food court. But last time I stayed at arts and animation and walked across the bridge late one night to get my favorite sandwich in the whole world the turkey cebata bread and they stop selling them for good. It was a real heart breaker
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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    Our only on property resort we have ever stayed at is Pop Century and we love the food court. I will say that I have had two selections that I will never try again. One was the Beef Stroganoff, which was absolutely disgusting. It had diced dill pickles cooked into it. Now I love pickles but they just did not mix well with the sauce. Second was the Black and Bleu steak sandwich. I ordered it without the bleu cheese. Now here's where I have to heap praise on the CM's and be slightly critical of the food. The sandwiches are made ahead of time and when I ordered mine without the cheese the CM's jumped right into it. They were out of the standard bread/roll they usually use and found something else. It took a little while to get it made up but they did me right. Sandwich was a little chewy as the steak was sliced too thick to be served cold.
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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    Quote Originally Posted by Youngandwildwdw View Post
    I love these food court. But last time I stayed at arts and animation and walked across the bridge late one night to get my favorite sandwich in the whole world the turkey cebata bread and they stop selling them for good. It was a real heart breaker
    The Turkety Chiabatta sandwich from Sunshine Seasons at Epcot's Land pavilion is darn good.

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    Re: Food Court at Pop Century

    Lou being the Italian man he is going to be disappointed by the two of us for not spelling ciabatta right. Haha oops . Thanks for the info though I will definitely go there and try it and see if it gives me my fix

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