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Disney Dining Plan Definitions

All of the variations of the Disney Dining Plan use the same terms and lingo. Here are ones that you need to be familiar with:

Table Service Meal: This is a meal at a Disney World Restaurant where you and your party are seated at a table and you are waited on. This includes restaurants where you order off of a menu and buffets.








A Table Service meal Credit can be used for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner. It is up to the individual to decide.

If used for Breakfast it will include: Juice, Entrée & Non-alcoholic beverage or one full buffet. If used for Lunch or Dinner it will include: Entrée, Non-alcoholic beverage, and dessert or one full buffet.

Children (ages 3-9) must order off of Children’s Menu if it is available.
Gratuities (Tips) are not included.

Quick Service Meal: This is a meal where you order your meal and then pick it up at a counter. There may be seating available in the area or you may take the food with you to eat elsewhere. This is sometimes referred to as Counter Service meal.










A Quick Service meal Credit can be used for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner. It is up to the individual to decide.

If used for Breakfast it will include: Juice, Entrée & Non-alcoholic beverage or one combo meal with one single serving of non-alcoholic beverage or juice. If used for Lunch or Dinner it will include: Entrée, Non-alcoholic beverage, and dessert or one combo meal with one single serving of non-alcoholic beverage plus one dessert.

Note: For 2011 The Quick Service Breakfast will only include entree with one non-alcoholic beverage (you will not also receive juice.)

Children (ages 3-9) must order off of Children’s Menu if it is available.

Snack:

A food item that can be purchased at a Quick Service Location, Outdoor Food Cart, and/or merchandise area. The food item is priced at $4.00 or less and will be designated with the Dining Plan Snack Symbol on the posted menu board.