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    funkehouse is offline A-Ticket holder
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    Lobster at Narcoossees, is it good?

    I have the dining plan, is the whole lobster worth getting? is it fresh and not chewy and gross? or am i better off just getting the filet and lobster tail? let me know if you had a good or bad experience with it please !! thanks !

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    It is fresh lobster. We were at Narcoossee's last week saturday.

    They have a very limited menu with only about 5 entrees to pick from. There was only one entry with Lobster... twin lobster tails. They didn't have whole lobster or anything to offer.

    However the two lobster tails were highly delicious! They were the best option on the menu in my party's opinion!

    Definitely try the crab cakes apetizer or one of the clam chowders. For dessert, I recommend the raspberry cheesecake.

    The only complaint that my table had was on the pastas, there wasn't enough sauce.

    Our waiter was very attentive and we definitely want to go back again!

    Hope you enjoy!
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    Not only the lobster, but anything there is highly recommended!
    It's a good thing!

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    This is so good to hear! We have reservations at Narcoossee's for our mid July trip. Of the 6 of us going, 3 of us love seafood, 1 can take it or leave it, and 2 will not eat it at all. I've seen menus and I'm hoping they still have filet mignon and chicken on the menu for the non-seafood eaters. Me - lobster, of course!!! We have 8:30 reservations and were told the fireworks are at 10:00. EMH are at MK that night. So off we go from dinner!

    I understand dress code is business casual here - does that mean no shorts even if they're nice? My guess is we women will wear capris. Also, I've been told to be sure to bring sweaters for the HoopDeeDoo (another night), are most of the Disney restaurants AC cold? Does it pay to come prepared?

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