Going to disney for first time 3rd week in Jan since 1975! (don't laugh!)--taking the kid--staying off site near where whole foods is in Orlando near turkey road--looked on several site recommending disney restaurants and they are way too expensive for our budget. Looking for entrees under $10 for lunch and dinner $15 and under--see there's an Anthony's coal oven pizza which we love, so that's an option, and my husband has some recent obsession with going to chick fil a since there are none here in NYC--I doubt I'd find much to eat there since I'm doing low carb mostly--read about Bosphorous on dr. philips blvd which seems nearby although there appear to be mixed reviews but they do have chicken kebab at about $11. their salad prices though very high (crazy, higher than the best turkish restaurants in long island and brooklyn!)--we are also going to Legoland in winter haven and will need a place for dinner--we will have a rental car, read about bbq place smokin jim's which appears to be open until 9pm and there's even a chick fil a nearby to legoland for lunch possibly..but would like good dinner spot---read about ravenous pig, but their prices seems very high and a bit too fushiony for the kid--and my husband hates small nouvelle cuisine portions..read mixed reviews for raglan road for a possible dinner while in disney area--what are some reasonable little spots within the disney parks that are good and not priced too crazy or in area--we could get some stuff from whole foods too I think to bring into the parks for lunch..but dinner, and preferably a late dinner following the evening shows in each park is what we need...what stays open late for dinner--should we head to downtown disney or boardwalk for dinner? Or somewhere else nearby...looking for some advice from locals, --atmosphere only important in regards to cleanliness--we are definitely not into themed restaurants with mediocre food..we like good food at good value--thanks for some current info for disney area and winter haven area for dinner!!!