Counter service restaurants at Disney World’s parks are all similar in how they operate.
There is generally someone at the door passing out menus. On the back you will find details of what is included in the Quick Service meal credit. It’s generally an entree, a drink and a dessert. Any entree on the menu is included in the plan. Most places have two dessert choices. The drinks at all but one place where we ate were 32 oz, which is quite large.
After you decide what you want, send two people to order at a small register kiosk. Tell them you’re on the Quick Service Dining plan and they’ll help you order. Send the others to find a table. After you order, get in the line directly behind the register to pick up your meal. They look at your ticket, so keep it handy.
My nine year old insisted that I warn my readers that they need to check their orders carefully. He was my food-carrying-helper and was amazed that they got something wrong on our order . . . . every single time. Generally, it was leaving out one of the kids’ sides or the chocolate milk.