For me, no question about it, Pizza and a souvenier cup from the Pizza Vector in Gotham City at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Another must have is the spaghetti at the Plaza Pavillion on Main Street at Disneyland. I could smeel that all the way in Toontown.
They are never open at SFMM. it's near Arrowhead Splashdown (formerly Jet Stream) but it's just NEVER open when I go. The one at Knott's Berry Farm next to Supreme Scream is always open but it usually has a loooooooooonnnnnnnnnggggg line. Are they yummy? ------------- Deja Vu - Think you've experienced it before...think again!
X - Xperience the Xtreme - It breaks all the rules!
I always try to grab some pizza and some french fries. Those are the two foods that I use to judge an amusement park's food. Other important criteria includes the park's softdrink. Most parks seem to be serving Pepsi nowadays, but when I find a park that serves Coca-Cola, I'm a happy man.
At PKI, it has to be the Wings restaraunt's BBQ rib sandwich with Sarasosa chips or Potato Works in Rivvertown with chedder cheese sauce to dip the fries in. Mmmmmmm.....French fries (starts drooling):).
Fries and Dippin' Dots (yes, they are fantastic and they feel really weird because they're so cold), but most especially some sort of ice cream sundae concoction. My fave would be the vanilla frozen custard topped with fresh strawberries from the Custard Stand at CP right across from the waterball fountain. Mmmmm!