The Buffalo-style Turkey Sandwich comes with real slices of turkey, blue cheese, arugula, and a very spicy buffalo sauce-mayonnaise. It's served on two slices of nutty, multigrain bread. I loved this bread and while kids probably won't care for it, adults will appreciate the departure from the usual "white bread colored to look like whole grain" that seems to be the norm in most sandwich places. Nice effort here to deliver something different, both with the bread and the sandwich itself. This is a delicious sandwich with fresh ingredients, a real departure from a bland, quick-service burger and fries. The only downside is that it's so big you may need to use a fork to eat it.
I'm not a fan of potato chips in the least, but I ate every one of these fresh, still-warm chips and would have happily eaten more. I hope that Landscape of Flavors continues to offer them, because they're a delightful change from the usual bagged chips. Next time I might ask for something to dip them in so I can enjoy them even more.
Art of Animation itself is a resort where Disney's Imagineers have outdone themselves. Bravo to them for creating an experience that delivers in terms of both value and enjoyment. If my first visit to Landscape of Flavors is any indication, that trend continues right down to the quick-service offerings at the resort.