You may spend as long as you wish at the restaurantStart time
The Earl of Sandwich is open from 1000h (10:00am) to 1100h(11:00pm)
Duration: You may spend as long as you wish at the restaurant
The Earl of Sandwich is located at the heart of Disney VillageEnding Point
Same as start point
The first sandwich was invented in 1762 when the 4th Earl of Sandwich, John Mantagu put meat between two slices of bread during a game of cards and thus, the world’s favourite fast food was named after its inventor. Keeping up with the legacy, the 11th Earl of Sandwich and the Sandwich family have developed the sandwich everyone has been waiting for - The World's Greatest Hot Sandwich®.
At the Earl of Sandwich, which is located at the heart of Disney Village, your sandwiches are freshly made in an artisan baked loaf with high quality fresh ingredients topped with unique sauces and spreads. Don’t miss the Original 1762 sandwich which consists of Angus roast beef, sharp cheddar & horseradish sauce. Other signature mouth-watering sandwiches include The Earl’s Club, All American, Italian, The Full Montagu®, Cannonballs!™, Tuna Melt, Best BLT amongst others.
The Earl of Sandwich menu also includes hand-crafted wraps, freshly-tossed salads, soups, chips, cakes and beverages. Your voucher entitles you to one sandwich (or wrap or salad) and a soft drink.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
No problems at all received vouchers within a few hours if payment . Would definitely recommend and would use again....
Can choose different type of sandwiches and come with a drink. Worth to purchase....
pre bought coupon , easy to use and large menu choice...
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