You picked a pretty darn good place to eat if you want to take a break and get off your feet for a little while. The place is huge and kind of built like a giant dining hall, and you go and get your food and bring it back to the table. One person pretty much needs to guard the table, or put your hats down so nobody will snag it from you.
Sometimes it's really busy and there is no table to get, so before you order somebody has to pick out a nice table, then you go in line to get your food. They have a nice menu of everything even some pork spareribs or sirloin pork chops.
They have all the sides like mashed potatoes, seafood salad, homemade coleslaw, and everything you would want to go with whatever meat selection you decide on. Eating healthy is very easy with a different salad options on the Disney menu.
When you get thirsty, go to the Plaza De Los Amigos Mercado for some margaritas. The food for sure is more than I can resist. In France, the selection of eclairs and tarts in the Boulangerie Patisserie is good for take home.
One of the tricks to save money at the theme parks is to bring in your own food. All you need to do is bring some gallon ziploc bags with you in your suitcase. On the way to The Theme Parks you can stop at Del Taco, Taco Bell, Subway, or Wendy's hamburgers for example. Try to order things that you can simply wrap up for instance the burritos are easy to put in gallon bags to eat inside the Theme Parks and save some money.