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    I have not eaten at Morocco... yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Mickey


    Dole Whips are by far my favorite though. You can get one of those in Adventureland. (There's usually a loooonnnnnnnnggggg line)
    They are fabulous and I would love to have another one. DH didn't like them very well so couldn't go back but should have! The line wasn't long at all for us. There was one person in front of us and that was it. I guess we lucked out! I can see why there would be a long line. Enjoy one for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AKQJ10
    I have not eaten at Morocco... yet.

    I like Restaurant Marrakesh. We've eaten there several times.


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    I also recommend the new Garden Grill (I say New because the menu is a bit different since they redid the Land). We went there on a lark in June while waiting for our Soarin Fastpass to kick in and had a great lunch with Mickey, Pluto and the gang!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DissyLove
    I also recommend the new Garden Grill (I say New because the menu is a bit different since they redid the Land). We went there on a lark in June while waiting for our Soarin Fastpass to kick in and had a great lunch with Mickey, Pluto and the gang!

    Dissy do you know if they have the ice cream social still at the Garden Grill? We took the girls and they love it. I never really had a meal there but it something to try out. Thanks for the suggestion.


    Has anyone try any food in the France Pavillon or Japan?




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    Jedi,

    I've eaten in Frnace before, and was pleasantly surprised at the amount and quality of the food. Plus, we had a window at le Chefs during Iluminations, so it was spectacular!

    As for Japan, I've eaten at Tappanyaki many years ago, and had some samplings at the Yakitori House. Not fair for me to judge really, as I am a sushi maniac, and found the portions and quality of the sushi here to be smaller and not quite as good as my local haunts back home (and if you ever want some great sushi, Jedi, I know of an amazing place in Metuchen)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKQJ10
    Jedi,

    I've eaten in Frnace before, and was pleasantly surprised at the amount and quality of the food. Plus, we had a window at le Chefs during Iluminations, so it was spectacular!

    As for Japan, I've eaten at Tappanyaki many years ago, and had some samplings at the Yakitori House. Not fair for me to judge really, as I am a sushi maniac, and found the portions and quality of the sushi here to be smaller and not quite as good as my local haunts back home (and if you ever want some great sushi, Jedi, I know of an amazing place in Metuchen)
    Thanks Lou I'm not a big sushi eater but the BF is PM or post in the thread where at in Metuchen. Going to have to check le Chefs in France. The girls and I love French Food I bet they have a slamming Creme' Burlee. Man I can see my wasit line expanding now.




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    Mr. Pi's sushi... tell him Lou sent ya (I'm a regular, as well as another forum member)... the food is absolutely amazing. I've eaten sushi all over the place, and his is by far the freshest anywhere!
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    I hear that Joe's Bait and Tackle off I-4 is pretty good also!


    JK-glad someone else eats it. Tried it once but didn't like it.


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    Make sure to go in the bakery at France. They have tons of fabulous pastries. I like the Napoleon. Norway also has a great bakery, my favorite there is this strawberry rice pudding thing. I enjoyed both the France and Japan restaurants. I thought Japan was just like any other Benihanas type restaurant only more expensive. At the counter service restaurant in Japan they have this strange but very good chestnut cake.

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    I love the pretzels at the cart in Germany! Very good!
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    if you're looking for a good sandwich/salad and love sports you gotta go to espn sports bar at the BW...i'm not a huge sports fan but the food is great...liberty tree tavern has a great salad that has cheese and apples and some other stuff that i love(and have mentioned it everytime i talk about LTT)...also, beaches and cream have amazing ice cream anything.....i also love the churros in front of the mexico pavilion if you're looking for a good quick snack.
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    Thanks guys for the great suggestion. I feel the extra poundish on my bottom from just reading this




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    I have yet to try... (but will in a little over a month)

    Chefs De France
    Ohana
    Marakesh (sp)
    Dole Whip
    Boma
    Liberty Tree (VMCP)

    Any other thoughts?
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    I don't know if the garden grill still does the ice cream social. I did not find anything on it at allears but I did find the lunch/dinner menu for this place, which has been redone and with a slightly different menu. we really liked it:

    Family Style Platter
    featuring:


    Specialty Cluster Bread with Orange Blossom Honey Butter

    Salad (Dinner ONLY)

    Brown Sugar Rubbed Pork Loin with Granny Smith Apple Raisin Chutney

    Southern Fried Catfish

    Grilled Marinated Flank Steak with Mushroom Cabernet Jus

    Potato Gratin Casserole with Tillamook Cheddar

    Fresh Cut Green Beans

    Baby Greenhouse Vegetables

    Dessert Medley




    Vegetarian Selection

    Mushroom and Asiago Ravioli served with fresh vegetables in a light tomato broth

    Young Gardener's Menu
    Ages 3 to 9


    Choice of:

    Chicken Tenders

    Macaroni and Cheese

    French Fries

    Fresh Vegetables

    Served with a special dessert


    Complimentary Non-alcoholic Beverages
    Included


    Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Orange Soda, Lemonade Light, Root Beer, Iced Tea, Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Milk and Chocolate Milk


    Smoothies
    (non-alcoholic)
    $3.99

    Mango Delight - Frosty, Frozen Pureed Mango

    Raspberry Exquisite - Frosty, Frozen Raspberries
    Alcoholic Frozen Beverages

    $7.00

    Mangorita - a tropical blend of mango, tequila, and triple sec

    Raspberry Daiquiri - refreshing blend of raspberries and rum


    All drinks available with an illuminating glow cube for an additional charge.



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    Lolonis Fume Blanc, Redwood Valley, '03
    glass $8.25 bottle $37


    Bonterra Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, North Coast, '01
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