We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location. The breakfast skillets like this are $21 per person, and I believe the dinner is... Hi! Green beans, corn and fixings were good to. Do I need to present a passport or photo ID when I check into a Disney Resort hotel? Well, the server brought her a cup of coffee and said he had to look for a lid for the pot. Whispering Canyon Cafe Dining located in Disney's Wilderness Lodge Round up the whole family for hearty Western fare with all-you-care-to-enjoy skillets and shenanigans! If you're fixin' for somethin' a little lighter, we've got a vegan option as well! The service was great, and the food was awesome. The Heritage which consisted of all you care to eat, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage links, western potatoes, two biscuits and gravy and Mickey waffles. Nobody ever came.More, due to covid interactions with servers not like usual, no music, we were stuck in the back by artisans point due to table spacing. Either way, if you want something fun and family-friendly with good BBQ food, it’s a solid choice on a Disney World vacation. It really was the perfect end to our trip. Service is fun. The brisket and pulled pork on top were also very good. The meal came with cornbread and butter which was moist and very yummy too! Gallop on over to this Old Western eatery for games and good eatin’ served with attitude. The refill on meat was actually a larger portion than what was on our initial skillet. In addition to a basket of cornbread, the lunch skillet came with ribs, pulled pork, citrus-herb chicken, mashed potatoes, buttered corn, carrots, roasted peppers, and green beans. The turkey sandwich was pretty simple and basic, but was also pretty good. Needless to say, the whole experience was a disaster and the server could care less that I wanted to talk to someone. They’re definitely nothing fancy, but we were in the mood for really basic nachos with fake-tasting cheese sauce, and that’s exactly what these were, so they were great. Round up the whole family for hearty Western fare with all-you-care-to-enjoy skillets and shenanigans! The service was fast and friendly and the bread/. You can remain on the phone with the Cast Member. Getting someone to take our order was difficult as we sat there for 10 minutes before we were approached. Although the skillet comes with unlimited refills, I thought the initial portion was a little light on the meats, and very heavy on the vegetables. The sides she chose were mashed potatoes and green beans which were very flavorful too. The Cole slaw was ok, but I'm super picky and like a vinegar slaw. Food was excellent and hot and the staff even though limited did an excellent job. Being that we had been out...at the park all day, and it was also our last day at the park, we were all super tired and it was a godsend to have the kids so entertained by their surroundings and the shenanigans. All you can drink water, tea and MILKSHAKES!!! The ribs were really the standout item to us, although the pulled pork was also very good, and the vegetables and mashed potatoes are generally pretty tasty too. I got apple pie to go to take back to our room....but when we got back to our room upstairs, I discovered I didn’t get any ice cream as stated in the menu. We were used to servers with lots of attitude, kids running around the restaurant in wooden horse races, and copious amounts of ketchup bottles being shared between tables. After dinner we walked down to the dock and took a lovely ferry boat back to our hotel. Was good. The sides she chose were mashed potatoes and green beans which were very flavorful too. Although the restaurant wasn’t crowded at all, and our server was very attentive, when we were there at lunch, the servers seemed to be struggling to find time to serve lunch patrons and also clear and clean up tables that still had plates on them from breakfast earlier in the day. Calendar Control. Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page. The breakfast skillets like this are $21 per person, and I believe the dinner is somewhere around $28 (maybe a little higher). The refill on meat was actually a larger portion than what was on our initial skillet. This was the first time since COVID. Our server was fun and gave us the attitude we’ve come to expect at this restaurant, and the food was quite good, as usual. Enter the code provided by the Cast Member and Accept to get started. Range reflects the average price of adult dinner entrées (breakfast and lunch generally cost less), except Character Dining locations, buffet locations, dinner shows, and special dining events where range reflects the average adult price of entire meal and non-alcoholic beverages. You are about to be redirected to a Disney Website presented in a different language. The skillet is really the signature dish at Whispering Canyon, and we always enjoy it. We asked for more biscuits and gravy. He wouldn’t put up with any banter or comebacks from us, responding with a quick wit and brilliant side quips. I still dream of their Brisket. I have to say that Disney is working very hard to social distance while still giving people a great experience. I got the burnt ends nachos as my meal, which was plenty of food for me. Great food & more relaxed atmosphere during the pandemic. This was more like a light vinegar light mayo. Definitely eating here again on our next Disney trip! Start planning your dream Disney Vacation. During our meal, the only thing that really remained from the past was the attitude and feisty comments from our server throughout the meal, which was plenty of personality for us. More Information - Range reflects the average price of adult dinner entrées (breakfast and lunch generally cost less), except Character Dining locations, buffet locations, dinner shows, and special dining events where range reflects the average adult price of entire meal and non-alcoholic beverages. Great job! We went for breakfast after church, and expected nothing but excellence. Getting someone to take our order was difficult as we sat there for 10 minutes before we were approached. We would 100% return here, no questions asked. It was much more relaxed with the social distancing and limited capacity. High noon or sundown, sink your teeth into all-you-care-to-enjoy signature skillets featuring chicken, ribs and lip-smackin’ cowboy sides. Honestly, for as much as it costs to eat at Disney we only found 4 places that lived up to the cost with the quality of its cuisine, and this was one of them. My wife ordered coffee and I a soda. Our food came out and it looked really sad. Let us whisk you to your meal with our Minnie Van service—fun vehicles, driven by Cast Members! Members of ABTA (numbers W1803/P6684) and ATOL (number 10401). highly recommend giving this a try. Get quick answers from Whispering Canyon Cafe staff and past visitors. Since the restaurant had only recently reopened after Disney’s pandemic closure, we were curious to see what it would be like and how the modified dining experience would compare to the past. You’ll love this place as much as we did! Score entertaining the tired kids! We caught the small boat to Wilderness Lodge from Magic Kingdom (after catching the monorail to MK from the Poly), arriving a good hour or so before our lunch reservation. I had even been dragged from our table to a neighboring table once and forced to eat with strangers. mashed potatoes are the bomb and the have a vegan option now.More. I asked for more water and got a half gallon Ball glass canning jar of water.