Though it depends, EPCOT is all table service for me!
Like-- Smokehouse (Busch Gardens) Tangierine Cafe (Epcot)
The turkey from Plymouth Rock Cafe at Holiday World would be my second choice.
I'm also a big fan of the salmon at Mythos and at Legoland California's Sports Cafe. And the tofu yellow curry from Lucky Fortune Cookery at Disney California Adventure.
Must. Stop. Typing. Now. I'm beginning to drool on my keyboard.
So this year, I resolved to do things differently. If I was gonna be at a park all day, I made sure..except once, at Darien Lake...that I ate during the day. If I'm away, I'll rarely eat IN the park. I'm more inclined to leave in the afternoon and hit a local Friendlys or fast food joint..always easy to find (well, not at Holiday World, Darien Lake or Knoebels!) Worst case scenario, I'll find something in the park. If I'm going to Great Adventure, I may bring sandwiches in a cooler.
As far as the vote goes, I voted the heck with food..give me more rides (based, of course, on the voting options..but that funnel cake looked pretty damn appetizing, Robert!)
Incidentally, I do not mind paying a little extra (take note, Disney, I said "a little extra") if the quality is there as well. But, I absolutely hate paying high prices for food that is a step down from McDonald's (everything at SFSTL and Worlds of Fun - except for All Stars Grill which is actually pretty good).
Some of my favorite table service joints: Tokyo Dining (Epcot), Plaza Restaurant (Magic Kingdom), Blue Bayou (DL), and Mythos (IOA).
Sadly, Missouri's best theme park, Silver Dollar City, does not have a table service restaurant. The food at SDC is mostly excellent, but I would love to see them add true table service dining in the future.
If you want to save money and have an easier time of getting a last minute full service experience, try to make your main meal lunch, and try to eat at off times, like before noon or after 2:30.
I would like to check some of the different foods around if I was able but price is important if I want to go eat something nice I'll go to a restaurant. It doesn't have to be in the park. Plus unlike a lot of people that come here we actually have vacations. You know the 2 or 3 week vacations... Not the long weekend 3 or 4 day vacation a lot of people do, and seem to cherish and love. You know the we'll do Disney's 4 parks in 3 days and don't even have time to look at the Universal's brochure vacation. Is easier to do a table restaurant when budget only includes 5 days. But 15? Not that easy... It gets me really aggravated!! I don't consider 3 days a vacation!! Like Miss Pyra said, is supposed to be a Vacation...
But my all time numero uno, as if I haven't said it before, is the Flame Tree BBQ at AK.