Lottawatta Lodge

Description from PassPorter's Walt Disney World Guidebook:

Lottawatta Lodge serves up a Black Diamond Burger ($12.49), harvest salad with chicken ($9.99), grilled chicken sandwich ($10.99), chicken nuggets ($9.49), chicken wrap ($9.99), and kosher selections. A kid’s meal is $7.99–$8.49 with a choice of PB&J or turkey sandwich, plus grapes, applesauce, yogurt, drink, and a sandpail.

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Lunch Hours: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Seating: Outdoor only at tables and chairs

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What PassPorter Readers Think of Lottawatta Lodge (1 comments):

You don't have many choices of where to eat at the water park but this is the best choice
scott disney dad gave this a rating of 7 on 06/19/2016 at 12:04:30 am EDT

Type: Counter
Cuisine: American
Noise Factor: Noisy

Annual Pass Discount: No
DVC Member Discount: No
Disney Visa Discount: No
Tables in Wonderland Discount: No

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