It was the best of salads, it was the worst of salads … my first experience was with the Caesar Salad with Oak-fired Chicken from Sunshine Seasons in Epcot. The lettuce was fairly limp and uncrisp, and the dressing was a little watery. The chicken pieces were huge and quite dry. Overall, it wasn’t worth the plate it was served on.
The next day, at Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner on Echo Lake in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, I was able to try the Chicken Caesar Sandwich. The salad, served in a small loaf of French bread, was much better than the one served at Sunshine Seasons. The bread was very fresh, and the dressing was thick and tangy. The sour dough of the bread added a nice contrast to the sharp, flavorful Parmesan and dressing. Another big pro: the chicken pieces were smaller and much more moist.
Overall, I’d recommend a visit to Min and Bill’s if it’s open when you visit. And when you’re in Epcot, there are a lot of much more exciting and flavorful options on the Sunshine Seasons menu. Order them!
What’s your favorite item on the Sunshine Seasons menu?