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Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, a counter service restaurant in Frontierland at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

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Posted: December 16, 2013

One of the Magic Kingdom's largest and most popular counter service restaurants, Pecos Bill serves burgers, barbecued pork and chicken sandwiches, salads, and a steak and chicken platter, with entrees from $8-15. The restaurant also includes a large, elaborate toppings bar where you can load your sandwiches with plenty of extras.

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32 votes, so far

I liked the pork sandwich, and the cast members were very friendly. Not the best food in the park, but better than average. - Jeff Krinock

Good counter service restaurant. Excellent fix ins bar. Gets quite crowded but has an interesting decor. - Rob Pastor

Exactly what you need if you don't really want to stop for long. You are seated by the staff, meaning you don't balance a tray whilst scouring the rooms for a free table. Food is nice too. - Dan Jones

The best part about this restaurant is the little faux courtyard in the dining area. Its a great retreat from the crowds and sun and one of those hidden vignettes that Disney does so well - Tom Rigg

The BBQ pork sandwich was great and the burgers were slightly better than average. - Caroline Davis

A good place to eat if burgers and fries are your thing. The Fixins bar is great, but if often abused by some who do not want to pay for a meal and instead make the fixins bar their entire meal. - Brandie S

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