Differences Between Table Service Quick Service And Snacks
What are the differences between table service, quick service and snacks? We share the differences between the different meal types at Disney World.
The Disney Dining plan, especially when it's free
, is a great way to budget for your Disney World holiday meals. The dining plan credits, depending on which plan you have, consists of 3 different meal types.
Table service is a meal at a restaurant where you have a server who brings you your food. If you are sat at a table and have someone serve you, this is table service. On the dining plan, this will require one table service dining credit.
These restaurants include, but not limited to, California Grill, Tusker House, Chef Mickey's, and many more.
View all table service restaurants >
Quick/counter service is a meal from a restaurant or food counter where you order from a till, get given your food, and you go to sit down. These meals require one quick service dining credit.
These restaurants include ABC Commissary, Flame Tree Barbecue, Sunshine Seasons, Cosmic Rays, and many more.
View all quick service restaurants >
Snacks are food and non-alcoholic drink items that generally cost $6 or less. On the dining plan, these use one snack credit. These can be redeemed at any quick service restaurants, food trucks, and food counters for drinks, desserts and snacks. Anywhere you see the below Disney snack icon, you can redeem a snack credit for it.
Read Next > Is The Disney Dining Plan Worth It?