Cowboy Cookout Barbeque  €€

Frontierland, Disneyland Park

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  1. I visited during Halloween 2007 when the park was incredibly busy, so I left lunch until 14.30. This was a good move with only three people in front of me,however it took nearly ten minutes to get served as everyone was paying by credit card which takes much longer to authorize in France than the UK where I live, cheques take even longer!

    The atmosphere was great with a three piece country and western band playing and the food is amongst the best of DLRP fast food outlets and because of its location,tucked away in Frontierland,is not usually overly busy. My dining tip, try the half a barbecued chicken and potato wedges,more chicken than most of us could eat and in November 2007 only 9 euros for chicken,potato and drink.There is also a large outdoor eating area for good weather days

    By captainrocket on 3rd November 2007 at 11:21 am

  2. I think this place is great for lunch. The Magic Cheesburgers are delicious and not too badly priced. You often find a few characters hidden away to the left of the place outside which is great as there are not too many people crowded round. Friendly staff too.

    By nattynoo on 6th October 2007 at 6:22 pm

  3. I have only visited here once, in June 2006 during the heatwave. We queued for about 45 minutes to get served and the staff were very rude. (To be fair, this is understandable as it was very busy, terribly hot and everyone was getting impatient) The food is as it says ‘barbeque’ style, with things like ribs, bbq chicken wings and potato wedges. There wasn’t a band on when we were there, just lots of screaming children and fed-up parents. I probably wouldn’t go here again because after all, it is just fast food but it’s not bad if you’re after something cheap that doesn’t taste that bad.

    By Martha86 on 20th September 2007 at 9:42 am

  4. We love it here as their chicken in barbecue sauce or spare ribs with potato wedges are really nice - not expensive either.
    Last time we were there the band wasn’t on, but the previous time they really added atmosphere with country and western music.
    Recommended. (Just remember to take plenty of wipes!)

    By Alison on 20th September 2007 at 1:17 am

  5. I had lunch at Cowboy Cookout in June 2007. I ordered an omelet sandwich, fries and salad. The omelet sandwich was a bit strange, like an Egg McMuffin but on a hamburger bun. The salad (same pre-packaged factory-made salad as any other counter service restaurant in DLP) was nearly devoid of taste, consisting of lettuce, a few corn niblets, two rubbery slices of egg and two minuscule and surprisingly tasteless cherry tomatoes. The fries were okay. The food was only part of the problem at Cowboy Cookout as I discovered the service was also dismal.

    Most fast food restaurants at DLP have a very strange set-up for ordering and picking up food. Cashiers sit at small kiosks a few yards in front of the counter and take orders. Each kiosk serves two lines, which usually ends up confusing customers who think they are next in line only to see the cashier turn away from them just as they reach the front.

    I ordered by saying something like this: “One omelette sandwich, one salad, one fries, and one (short pause) cola light.” The cashier said the total and I paid, but I noticed that the bill was a bit more than it should be. I looked at the receipt and saw that I was charged for two drinks, so back to the cashier I went. The idea that customer is king was completely unknown to the cashier. I politely pointed out the error and he immediately told me that I *did* order one cola light and one Coca Cola. Ahem, I most certainly did not. So I got my change back with a roll of the cashier’s eyes and proceeded to the counter, now holding two receipts (the original one and one showing the correction).

    Anyway, after placing your order with the cashier you proceed to the counter where you hand over your receipt so your order can be fulfilled by the most incompetent fast food workers on the planet. I handed the two receipts over to one of two cowboys helping the lunchtime crowd. Yes, it was nearly noon and there were just two people preparing customer lunch orders. The guy read the receipts for a good long moment and shouted to the kitchen: “Omelet!” And then he went to the drink machine and filled up a cola light AND a regular Coke. Brilliant. He would have given them both too, if I didn’t point out what the receipts indicated. He also gave me my salad and fries, and I proceeded to wait for the omelet. Chicken and rib orders were being filled all around as I patiently waited. Someone ordered a beer but the tap wasn’t delivering so our cowboy spend the next 10 minutes playing with it. Meanwhile I heard the cry of “omelet” coming from the kitchen - yay my food was ready! The other cowboy was still filling orders and when he was taking the receipt from the customers behind me, I tried to get his attention by looking him in the eye and saying loudly and clearly, “excuse me”. He ignored me. A minute later, after our guy finally got the tap to work, he proceeded to help the next customers! I managed to butt in and ask for the omelet, which had by then been sitting under the heat lamp for five minutes. Of course my fries were by now cold. Oh well, what do you expect for 20 euros?

    By ouray on 19th September 2007 at 9:02 am

  6. The interior is rather charming with a lovely western feel. It’s especially nice in winter where a large fireplace roars in the corner. Unfortunately the food is usual fast food fayre: burgers and the like. The burger I had wasn’t great. Live music is sometimes provided: we saw a very talented bluegrass band who livened up the meal considerably.

    By lloyddy on 14th September 2007 at 8:31 pm

Cowboy Cookout Barbeque

Counter Service.