After visiting the Earl of Sandwich in Las Vegas, I had to check out the Earl of Sandwich in Disney Springs. Since we were on the Disney Dining Plan, we used our quick service meal here so we could get a drink, a side and a sandwich.
Earl of Sandwich is best know to their delicious sandwiches.
It’s a popular place to get lunch if you’re in the area. You go up to the counter first to place your order, then when its time to pick up, you’ll pay for your meal.
There’s so much to choose from, but the post popular sandwiches are The Full Montagu and The Original 1762.
There are lots of seats inside, but it can get very busy during peak times. I found that most people eat quickly, so a table will open up.
I got water and M got Coke as our drinks. For our sides we got coleslaw and potato salad. The sides were pretty standard and not that interesting.
All the sandwiches come wrapped up and has a sticker on it so you know which sandwich is which.
The Full Montagu has roasted beef, turkey, swiss, cheddar, lettuce, roma tomato and mustard sauce. M thought this was ok, but when you compare it to their Vegas counterpart, the meat isn’t as succulent or juicy.
The Original 1762 has roasted beef, cheddar and horseradish sauce. This was better than the Full Montagu as it was just meat and cheese. I had a similar thought to M and I wished there was more roasted beef like in Vegas.
Overall, it was good to have another taste of Earl of Sandwich, but it just wasn’t the same as before.
We rate Earl of Sandwich:
1750 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL