REVIEW: New Carved Roast Beef Sandwich at The Lunching Pad in Magic Kingdom

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We haven’t stopped by The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom in a hot minute, but there’s a new sandwich on the menu that we had to try for you. Read on for our full review!

The new Carved Roast Beef Sandwich features a seedy Kimmelweck roll topped with fennel and sliced roast beef topped with horseradish spread, spring mix (mainly arugula), and balsamic dressing.

For $12.99, it’s served on a metal tray lined with parchment, and a bag of Lay’s potato chips.

Unlike most of our food reviews, we actually aren’t going to roast this sandwich. Why? Because it’s delicious.

The bun wasn’t dry for once and the roast beef was cooked perfectly. The horseradish and balsamic gave it the right amount of flavor without overpowering anything, and even those of us who hate horseradish didn’t hate the sandwich.

I know we’re going on about a Tomorrowland counter service (that isn’t even the famed Cosmic Ray’s, winner of our 2019 March Madness Best Counter Service lineup), but the sandwich is really just that good. Again, the meat wasn’t overcooked and didn’t taste like it had been sitting out like an Arby’s sandwich.

The balsamic dressing was really good on the greens, which by the way, tasted nice and fresh too!

Now that’s what I call progress.

If you’re in the Magic Kingdom, we highly recommend making your way out to Tomorrowland and grabbing this sandwich. If you try it, let us know what you think!

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Jessica Figueroa

Jessica lives in South Florida with her 15-pound cat Gordo and a small army of Tsum Tsums. You can contact her, ideally with photos of your cats, at [email protected]

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Rob
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Rob

Like in the old Wendy’s commercial, “Where’s the beef?” That sandwich does not look like the photo on the menu board!

Juliana
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Juliana

For the record Jessica, Arby’s roast beef is sliced fresh at order. It’s also about 1/5 the price of this monstrosity.

Alan
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Alan

That’s a terrible looking sandwich. There’s no meat. It looks beyond overcooked (yet you claim perfectly cooked) and the value proposition is terrible. $12.99 for maybe 3oz of well done cheap cut of beef and a $.30 bag of chips and a few arugula leaves? Sorry, but you have no food credibility if you think that’s a good offer or preparation.

Tom Corless
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Tom Corless

Have you eaten at the Magic Kingdom before?

Rob
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Rob

I have to agree. That sandwich looks pathetic. Is this paid from wdw?

Tom Corless
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Tom Corless

We do not accept food from Disney for free.