We headed up to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this weekend and for dinner we decided to eat at the Prime Time Cafe. Prime Time is a 50’s theme restaurant famous for their comfort food, black and white TVs on every table and servers who yell at you to get your elbows like your mother would.
Aforementioned comfort foods included classic staples like meatloaf, macaroni and cheese and pot roast amoung other choices. I opted for the Inside-Out Chicken Pot Pie:
Disney is not known for cheap meals, especially at most of the sit-down restaurants, but this was well worth the price. There was at least 1 and 1/2 chicken breasts worth of meat in this dish which was cooked perfectly in a creamy sauce filled with carrots, peas, celery and mushrooms. See that giant flaky pastry on top? Well there was another one on the bottom of the bowl sopping up all the liquid. The chefs there knew what they were doing when they came up with this.
For desert I had a Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake and yes it was as good as it sounds. It was served in a gigantic milkshake tin which unfortunately made a photo quite moot.
Prime Time is an interesting little restaurant so if you’re ever up in Walt Disney World, give it a shot…