We wanted to try the Country Kitchen since its been a while since dining there. I have to say this was the hands down worst theme park dining experience ever. Both food and service were horrible. The line was short and we only waited about 7 minutes to place our order. We had 3 adults in our group one being a 18 year old. We all wanted the 2 piece chicken dinner but decided to get the Family Dinner because it appeared we would get two more pieces of chicken for slightly less price. When we told the girl what we wanted to order she just stared at us like she had no idea what we were asking for, we had to repeat it. She then looked at the older woman serving like it was a bother for what we ordered. She reached under the counter and brought out a square white plate which I thought was a nice touch to have. We really weren't paying attention to her picking out the chicken because were were trying to figure out what the choices of sides were. I then looked at the plate of chicken and from a distance and it looked greasy. We waited a good 5 minutes while they were refilling the mashed potatoes out of a plastic bag through the square hole in the wall, the Mac and cheese and the green beans. She (now the second person taking our order)then comes back and asked what two sides we wanted. Im not sure if this is the normal servings but we received came in small black bowls. So we ended up with two small bowls of mac and cheese and two of mashed potatoes. She also gave us two of gravy. After watching people in front of us and those ordering after us we would have been way better ordering 3 separate 2 piece meals. They on each platter received what appeared to be a larger portion of sides than we did for the "family dinner" so im not sure how many the "Family Dinner" was meant to feed. The girl at the register gave the impression she didn't want to work today, when I asked about the drinks (we have the season long drink plan attached to our passes) she just said you have to get those over there. We had to go back and wait again to get our three cups. We assumed they had the cups at the register like most other dining locations in the park, but nope. She rang us up and gave us the total cost, I was holding my annual pass up so she could scan it but she never did. I asked "do we get a pass discount here" she kinda sighed and then punched what seemed like every button on the screen. As we walked upstairs to sit down the line was now way out the door. That was not the worst part, the chicken was HORRIBLE. We have had the chicken here before and it was very good. This day it was way overcooked, greasy and the pieces of the chicken were tiny, in fact the chicken legs looked like drummets that you would serve at a superbowl party. The wings were pitiful, and the thighs small as well. There was no meat on the wings, they were burnt to a crisp, I literally could find no meat on either of the ones we had. The legs had one tiny piece of meat about the size of a quarter that was edible and the rest was batter and too hard to eat. We were about halfway through picking at what little chicken we had (and joking about them eating better on one of those survival tv shows) we saw someone sit down with a biscuit. We realized we never got biscuits with our dinner as it said on the sign it included 4. I went back again and stood there forever before I could get the older woman working attention. I told her we didn't get biscuits. She never said anything just picked up 4 biscuits and handed them across the counter, no plate no nothing. I asked if I could get a plate to carry them upstairs where we were eating so she held them against her apron with one hand while leaning over and digging out another white square plate from under the counter. Again, this was the worst food in a theme park I have ever received.