Le Cellier, Pecos Bills, & Yak & Yeti Local Foods
Oh, this question is sooo hard....especially when you lump ALL of the restaurants together,
All time favorites
1. California Grill
2. Artist's Point at Wilderness Lodge
3. Tie between Garden Grill and Liberty Tree Tavern
Honerable Mentions (ala Lou )
Peco's Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe
Columbia Harbor House
Sunshine Tree Terrace & Aloha Aisle
Concourse Steakhouse (RIP)
Cinderella's Royal Table
It IS always about food... LOL
and I can never limit favorites....
1) California Grill
2) Teppan Edo
3) Yachtsman Steakhouse
4) Le Celliar
not necessarily in that order... LOL
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This is a toughie. If I'm going more for overall experience rather than actual food deliciousness - although I love the food at all these places - I'll have to go with:
1. Chef Mickey's, we never miss a breakfast buffet every time we go to WDW.
2. Rainforest Cafe, I just think it's really beautiful in there.
3. The turkey leg cart in Frontier Land.
I haven't experienced nearly enough restaurants in WDW since the last 3 times we've gone we've stayed in a rental house off property and had many meals there.
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Crystal Palace, Flame Tree Barbeque, Beaches and Cream.
Le Cellier, Yak & Yeti, & Casey's Corner...Gotta love a good hot dog!
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This list begs to spiral out of control.
Table Service - Liberty Tree
Character dining - Cinderellas Royal Table
Counter Service - Columbia Harbour House
Snacks- The OCnfectionary
Table Service - Nine Dragons (Tepan Edo and Le Cellier are close behind)
Counter service - Sunshine Seasons
Snacks - Those snack carts witht eh hotdogs
Table Service - Prime Time Cafe (yes Brown Derby si good, prime time is much more fun)
Counter Service - I admit it, i never found one I liked all that much
Snacks - Gerty for icecream
Table service - Yak & Yeti
Counter service - Flame Tree BBQ
Snacks - ice cream from a cart
Artist Point at Wilderness Lodge
Chef Mickey for character dining
Beaches & Cream for burgers and ice cream
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I am a man of simple tastes so I'll say Pecos Bills.
I think I like it there more so for the atmosphere than the food though.
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Table Service: Liberty Tree
Counter Service: Cosmic Ray's Starlite Cafe (It's the variety)
Table Service: Le Cellier
Counter Service: Sunshine Seasons (Mmmmmm Salmon)
Table Service: 50's Primetime
Counter Service: Have never ate a counter service there
Table Service: Yak and Yeti
Counter Service: Flame Tree BBQ (Pulled pork sandwhiches are the bees knees)
Table Service: Tie between Artists Point and California Grill
Counter Service: Everything POP (just a large variety and lot of fun if you just let yourself have it)
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My top: Jiko, Bistro, & Citricos
But I LOVE Corn Dog Nuggets
And Tangierene Cafe, 50s Prime Time, Kona...ok really, just plop me down at a WDW restaurant and I'm happy
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Thanks for posting these are all great, and keep them coming
I really love Narcoossee, at the Grand Floridian. The service is superb, and they have some of the best seafood ever. If you time it right, and get a window table, you can watch the MK fireworks over dessert and coffee...
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