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What is the Best or Worst food you’ve ever had at a theme park?
Worst: never really had anything that bad but i’d say the pizza at KD isn’t that good
Best: basically anything Disney makes
 
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This seems to vary heavily within individual parks. At KD, I've found most things that chef Denis has gotten his hands in to be really good, but there's still plenty of lacking things at the park. BGW I like most food and wine offerings, but much of the standard fare is little to write home about it. Disney I've had some terrible meals, but there are plenty of good places there to eat as well.
 
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What is the Best or Worst food you’ve ever had at a theme park?
Worst: never really had anything that bad but i’d say the pizza at KD isn’t that good
Best: basically anything Disney makes
The pizza on International Street is far better then in the Grove
 
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^^-- also had a rather crunchy pretzel dog, but the chips that came with it were the worse part.

I've had KD Int'l St. pizza that was slop, and twice that was maybe the best I've ever had. Theory was that Chef Paul told them how to do it at the beginning of the year, but then another manager went in there, or someone complained it wasn't enough for the money, or just slowly went back to the old days, and they went back to putting twice as much on while cooking it the same amount. I haven't had it since then but looks more generic now. I am happy to report Victoria's is also more like that; the giant thick pizzas are finally gone, although it was a good deal back when they had slices for <$5.
 
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I sort of had the best and worst food experience today, all in just a single day...

This morning I drove the family to SFA. For lunch we ate hamburgers at the Gotham City Food Court (as that was the only option we could get both kids to agree on). The burgers were the typical (barely thawed) frozen patty fare; with the fries being about the same level of quality.

Driving home (back to the Richmond area), we stopped at KD, and ate dinner at Border Burrito. I had the seasoned chicken burrito. And even though Border Burrito is far from the best KD currently has to offer, with every bite I kept thinking: "Wow! This is so much better than lunch".

Granted, part of the rationale could have also been from the park ambiance. That is, sitting on KD's International Street, looking at the fountains, with the Eiffel Tower in the background is hard to beat at a typical amusement park. Whereas of course, the Gotham City area sadly just can't compete. -Though I must admit, I do love all the Batman themes played at the later; especially whenever the Danny Elfman end credits, to the 89' Michael Keaton version, would iterate around again in the loop.

So in summary: The Six Flags food (though it of course was just burgers) is what I typically expect out of Six Flags - and is sadly about the same level of quality that we got at most Cedar Fair parks a couple of years back.

So it's amazing to think how far some of those same Cedar Fair parks have come in recent years... as I'm typically very impressed by the same burger basket at KD's Hungry Hippo (Jungle Market) and Jukebox Diner most days.
 
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