As for the food, the cheeseburger part was good, but the mac and cheese was only tolerable. I won't order one again, but it wasn't so bad that I wouldn't eat it.
That being said, I like that they are trying something different. I don't want a cheeseburger and fries for every meal because that's the only good option.
Heck, ultimately we're talking about pasta and cheese here -- there are a limitless number of ways to do fun, creative, tasty things with that platform. But, yeah, Kraft would have been better than this mess.
They need to make everything paper at Magic Kingdom. They wouldn't be able to keep up with the crowds!
I don't ever think there's a West Coast bias in your writing. I think you're fair and objective, and besides, you were a WDW Cast Member (as was I). If a meal is bad, it's bad wherever it's found, and it shouldn't get a pass because it's from your favorite park. I just hope DLR holds on to the magic that WDW has lost in the area of food options.
I generally stay away from Quick Service, but I'm really glad you review the options because not everyone can afford a $40/person dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern or Hollywood Brown Derby.