Dining Discuss TS for Newbies to WDW? in the Vacation Planning forums; Some of you may have answered my dining questions for my first trip last June, well I am planning on going again in January of 2008 and this time I ...
TS for Newbies to WDW?
Some of you may have answered my dining questions for my first trip last June, well I am planning on going again in January of 2008 and this time I am taking my best friend and it's her first time. So we're pretty much WDW newbies. What Table service places would you recommend? Thanks!
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At Animal Kingdom, I would definately try the Tusker House - it's great for a counter service restaurant.
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there are so many choices you really cant go wrong. What park are you looking to have the table service at?
I'd say the 50's Primetime Cafe at MGM is a wonderful place for first timers to go. You're not going to find such heavily and wonderfully themed restaurants just anywhere. The Aunts and Uncles there are hilarious (usually), and the food is wonderful, too. We always have so much fun there! My grandparents are coming over to the States from Scotland this may and I am most excited about taking them to the Primetime.
I completely agree with the suggestions already made. Tusker house is my favorite counter service restaurant. 50's Prime Time is one of my favorite's also. But my favorite place is Le Cellier in Canada at Epcot. They have the best bread sticks! The Chedder Cheese soup made with Moosehead bear is so good, and if you like mushrooms, you have to try the Mushroom Filet Mignon! YUMMY! Enjoy your trip!!
Like so many have said, there are so many good choices, you can't go wrong.
Magic Kingdom, make sure to have a dole whip! QS places that are good are the Columbia Harbour House and Cosmic Rays. For sit down, Crystal Palace is really good.
Epcot, good grief, so many choices. I can't seem to pass the fish and chips stand without stopping.
At the Studios, 50's Prime Time is my favorite. Make sure to save room for desert!!!!
At the Animal Kingdom, the Tusker House is really the best place for some good food. I hate it that they are changing it.
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MK--Cosmic Rays (like evryone else), Columbia Harbor House (great clam chowder), Pecos Bill, Ponochio's restaurant thing, Crystal Palace (for the characters)
Epcot-- The Land and any other country
MGM-- 50's prime time (mostly for the entertainment
AK-- Flame tree BBQ-- its great!!
You should check out Ohana as well over at the Polynesian (only a monarail ride away)for a hearty breakfast.
hope that helps!
love Le Cellier in Canada - yummmmmmm
Defintely Le Cellier!! I have so many it's hard to choose. You have to do 50's Primetime. I can honestly say that I never had a bad meal anywhere at WDW. I like Sci-Fi too becuz it's fun to eat in a car and watch crappy sci-fi flicks.
http://www.allearsnet.com/din/dining.htm check out deb's site for menus
Let's see, I would say...
Chefs de France
Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe
Whispering Canyon Cafe
Tony's Town Square
The Plaza Restaurant
Cinderella's Royal Table
Rose & Crown Pub
Beaches & Cream (yummmmmm)
1900 Park Fare
Cape May Cafe
These are the places that are regularly on our ADR's and they're in no particular order.