Location: Min & Bill’s is located inside of this ship on Echo Lake. You’ll see it on the Lake across from American Idol Experience.
Food Type: Sandwiches and “Shakes.”
Dining Plan: One quick service credit and a few items count as snacks.
Unique Items: Each of the sandwiches are unique.
- Plenty of outdoor picnic table seating.
- Lines are usually nonexistent, making it an easy and quick way to pick up a meal, beer, or snack.
- Sandwiches are easily portable. They’re a good candidate to take with you to Fantasmic or to another quick service.
- You can order the sandwiches without the bag of chips to save $2. The Frankfurter in a Pretzel Roll for $5.59 is a lot more food and a lot more interesting than your usual Disney Hot Dog.
- Limited menu.
- No indoor seating.
- The “shakes” are really soft serve ice cream.
Value: High. Particularly without the chips, the Sandwiches are a good value and cost less than most other entrees.
Reputation: Min & Bill’s really doesn’t have one because few people actually eat here. I love it and recommend the sandwiches wholeheartedly and think most people that do eat here enjoy the food.
Frankfurter in a Pretzel Roll:
The pretzel crust was delicate and chewy with a pronounced pretzel flavor. Unfortunately, the dijon mustard didn’t add much to the mix. There wasn’t a lot of it and the flavor didn’t pop like you might expect from a spicy mustard. Luckily, regular mustard and ketchup were readily available. The kettle-style chips were what you would expect – crunchy, salty, and sort of potato-y.
The inside of the pretzel roll – one of the better values at the theme parks.
Chicken Caesar Sandwich:
As the title of the item insinuates, it’s basically a Caesar-salad-stuffed-roll and that’s exactly what you get. The only problem with this one is that there isn’t a lot of chicken in it. Or at least the one I received barely had any chicken in it. On the plus side, it’s light and potentially a more fun way to eat a Caesar salad – quite refreshing on a hot summer day.
All of these pictures were taken pre-Tom, so they’re not particularly good. The Italian Sausage is probably the most food out of the three choices. Expect a lot of peppers and onions that aren’t easily removable. I’m guessing you can order the sausage without them if that’s the way you want to go. The Sausage is nice and spicy and the sandwich definitely has more kick than most with the number of peppers inside. Recommended if you like that sort of thing.
This is a “Shake” in the same way a Wendy’s “Frosty” is a shake. Which is to say, it’s soft serve ice cream in a cup. That doesn’t make it bad, just don’t expect to drink any with a straw. You’ll be scooping this up with a spoon.
Min and Bill’s has several picnic-like tables with umbrellas out front. There are also a bunch of benches nearby. This isn’t a particularly popular quick service (though I recommend it) and there are usually available tables. Head down toward Star Tours to sit at Backlot Express if there aren’t any tables or you prefer air-conditioned seating. Backlot Express is two or three minutes away, past Indiana Jones and Sounds Dangerous.