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    Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    My boyfriend and I are headed to WDW later this year and we are starting to plan our meals in advance of the 180-day window opening up for reservations. We are going on the Premium Dining plan so no restaurants are off limits for us, but we want to try new places. I am pretty much set on lunches and dinners, but breakfast is another story. Where are the best sit-down breakfasts in the World that take the meal plan? We have already done Chef Mickey's, `Ohana, 1900 Park Fare, Crystal Palace, Kona Cafe, Cindy's Royal Table, and of course the food courts in all of the All-Star resorts. Anyone have any other suggestions?

    The only caveat here is that we don't really have any interest in dining with princesses at Akershus.

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    Re: Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    The breakfast buffet at Trail's End is great. A visit to Fort Wilderness will add some peace and relaxation to your trip.

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    Re: Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    The breakfast at the Tusker House in the Animal Kingdom is great. Our family has done it a couple of times and were never dissappointed.
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    Re: Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    I enjoyed Tusker House but really enjoy Whispering Canyon at Wilderness Lodge. That was a lot of fun and good food.


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    Re: Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    Quote Originally Posted by Passarino6 View Post
    My boyfriend and I are headed to WDW later this year and we are starting to plan our meals in advance of the 180-day window opening up for reservations. We are going on the Premium Dining plan so no restaurants are off limits for us, but we want to try new places. I am pretty much set on lunches and dinners, but breakfast is another story. Where are the best sit-down breakfasts in the World that take the meal plan? We have already done Chef Mickey's, `Ohana, 1900 Park Fare, Crystal Palace, Kona Cafe, Cindy's Royal Table, and of course the food courts in all of the All-Star resorts. Anyone have any other suggestions?

    The only caveat here is that we don't really have any interest in dining with princesses at Akershus.

    Thanks so much for any help you can provide.
    We're breakfast people....like my eggs, bacon, homefries and flapjacks...

    Best deal (cheapest buffet) Trail's End in FW, Whispering Canyon is good also and alot of fun too. Olivia's in OKW has a nice TS breakfast...other than that and you've done Kona Cafe, most food courts have a decent breakfast....nothing fancy, just the basic fare of eggs, hash browns and some meats.....

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    Re: Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    I agree with Tusker House! It was a lot of fun and better than any of the other breakfast buffets I've been to on property. Other than that my favourite will always be Kona.

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    Re: Sit-Down Breakfast in WDW Advice?

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy of ohio View Post
    most food courts have a decent breakfast....nothing fancy, just the basic fare of eggs, hash browns and some meats.....

    I like Roaring Forks at Wilderness Lodge. Then taking our meal outside by the waterfall. Very nice relaxing breakfast!


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    I'm agreeing with the folks who say Trail's End. Most fantastic deal on property. Plus, if you go right towards the end of breakfast service, you get breakfast and lunch all for the breakfast buffet price. Fried chicken and waffles anyone?
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