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Fast Food Boulevard

Theme Park Insider Reader Rating: 8 out of 10

Counter Service Restaurant

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Published: February 16, 2015

An indoor food court representing some of the iconic restaurants from The Simpsons. You can order from one of the following stations, before paying at the shared check-out lanes. In addition to the main dining area, there’s a Krusty Burger-themed room, as well as a room decorated to look like Moe’s Tavern. Your food options include:

Cletus’ Chicken Shack - Fried and grilled chicken, including a fried chicken and waffle sandwich served with maple syrup mayonnaise and tater tots, for $11.

The Frying Dutchman - Fried fish, shrimp, and calamari, for $9-14. Clam chowder also is available, for $4.

Krusty Burger - Home of the TV series’ famous Krusty Burger for around $10, which includes “Kurly” fries. “The Clogger” adds an extra beef patty and bacon, for an additional $3. The Ribwich and hot dogs also are available.

Luigi’s - Personal-sized pizzas, including a “meat likers” with ham, sausage, and pepperoni, a veggie, and a cheese, for $7-8.

Lisa’s Teahouse of Horror - Grab-and-go pre-packaged sandwiches and salads, from $4-10.

Moe’s - Duff Beer on tap (yes, it’s real beer), as well as a variety of non-alcohol fruit drinks including a Flaming Moe, a citrus drink served over dry ice to create a smoky effect. Prices run around $4-8.

Tony Duda
Love the decor, food just above average.
Michelle Morgan
I could give this outstanding just on the basis of how well the theming is done. Then you add in the friendly bar staff and the Buzz Cola (I don't get it with Coke Zero... only real stuff for me). I am not fond of either of the Duff beer offerings, or it would have gotten a perfection rating.
Will Sullivan
Fantastic theming, hilarious (I thought) menu, and reasonably good food (what you would expect from a Krusty Burger). All in all a good quick service restaurant.
Trevor Renshaw
I had the Krusty Burger and my friend had The Clogger. We were both happy with our meal but it is definitely the condiments that make the burger here. The lettuce and tomato were very fresh and crisp and the cheese sauce was wonderful, but the meat patty was not very impressive. All in all it was a great experience though, and I will return.
Eric Orlando
I had a Krusty burger and it was as sloppy and gooey as you would expect. The trick is the cheese sauce instead of a slice of cheese. It made everything very slippery and messy.
Eric Orlando
Theming is spot on. It really does feel like walking in to Moes. Except maybe a little less divey. :) I had a Duff and it was good. A lighter summery beer for hot Florida days. Also tried the Mr Schwartzwelder and it was also very good. Seeing Moes in real life was awesome.
Dominick D
I had the Chicken and Waffle sandwich. The chicken was good, but the waffles were cold and almost tasted like frozen waffles. Definitely try Buzz Cola though, delicious stuff. 6/10


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