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    Ohana's b ecause i hear so much about it
    Concourse Sterak house (gotta love steak)
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    Although I have done my fair share of eating at WDW, there are still a few places I truly am dying to try. Those would be the following:

    -Le Cellier
    -The Brown Derby
    -California Grille
    -Cinderella's Royal Table
    -Beaches 'n Cream
    -Pecos Bills

    Mainly I want to try the restaurants I hadn't been able to afford in the past..
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    Well, for those of you who are dreaming of California Grill, I must say that the one time that we ate there that we were not impressed. Seemed overpriced for what you got. The only reason we ate there was so that we could watch the fireworks from the roof. If givien a choice, I'd pick someplace different next time.

    Since this topic is restaurants do I want to try......I'd pick Alfredo's. We ate a lunch there but I didn't sample any of the pasta. The fish and chips at Rose and Crown are good and everything is good in Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker Bell View Post
    All of them! For next trip (with the dining plan) I've got us booked at:

    -Nine Dragons
    -Ohana
    -Mama Melrose
    -Tony's Town Square
    Got to try three out of four after all, didn't make it to Mama Melrose this time. Nine Dragons was awesome and Ohana was great as always. Tony's was just ok for me. Got to try Marakkesh for lunch and that was excellent also.

    Next trip I'm sure some of these will repeat and as for new table service restaurants to try, I'd like to check out Le Cellier, Teppanyaki and/or Tempura Kiku and Liberty Tree Tavern. Also heard good things about the wraps from Peco's Bill Café and the fish and chips from the Yorkshire County Fish Shop. Those and I have yet to try a dog from Casey's. So many eateries, so little time....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Magic View Post
    Well, for those of you who are dreaming of California Grill, I must say that the one time that we ate there that we were not impressed. Seemed overpriced for what you got. The only reason we ate there was so that we could watch the fireworks from the roof. If givien a choice, I'd pick someplace different next time.

    Since this topic is restaurants do I want to try......I'd pick Alfredo's. We ate a lunch there but I didn't sample any of the pasta. The fish and chips at Rose and Crown are good and everything is good in Canada.
    I've heard mixed reviews about California Grill, I would just like to try it myself, regardless of what others may think.

    Alfredo's is to die for, I'm about due for another round lol.

    As far as Rose and Crown, I went this year during the F&W festival and tasted the fish and chips, although the portion was huge, I thought it was very bland and I was pretty disappointed. Now, the potato and leek soup... I could die a happy woman after ordering that.

    Oh, and I'd like to go to Kona Cafe for some Tonga Toast!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyvixen View Post
    I've heard mixed reviews about California Grill, I would just like to try it myself, regardless of what others may think.

    Alfredo's is to die for, I'm about due for another round lol.

    As far as Rose and Crown, I went this year during the F&W festival and tasted the fish and chips, although the portion was huge, I thought it was very bland and I was pretty disappointed. Now, the potato and leek soup... I could die a happy woman after ordering that.

    Oh, and I'd like to go to Kona Cafe for some Tonga Toast!!

    I really liked the California Grill despite the fact that I didn't like my entree . I just tried it in November and I loved the appetizers and dessert. Our waitress couldn't have been nicer and viewing the fireworks from the deck up there was unbelieveable! I would go back in a heartbeat but I wouldn't order the gnocci again. I love gnocci but just not prepared the way I had it.
    I agree with you about Alfredo's, hands down they have the best Fettucini I've ever had. It's the only place I actually can eat a whole bowl of it.
    Also went for the first time in November to Kona Cafe for the Tonga Toast, one word....Excellent ! It's so much fun trying new places. Can't wait for my next visit.
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    I wish that there was a walk up counter service in Italy where you can try things like the fettucini or other italian dishes without going to the fancy sit down of Alfredos.
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    I have always wanted to try bluezoo, Liberty Tree Tavern, and Le Cellier.
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    Oh yes, and Ohana's!
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    Because we are doing the Dining Plan this summer, we have a huge list of places that we want to try!

    O'hana
    Le Cellier
    San Angel Inn
    Cinderella's Table
    Akershus
    Garden Grill
    Crystal Palace
    Hollywood Brown Derby
    Sci Fi diner
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    And after reading about Boma, I'd have to try it too! I am always looking to try something different.
    It's a good thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastonDenton View Post
    And after reading about Boma, I'd have to try it too! I am always looking to try something different.

    Boma is also on my list to try. There is also a new Italian restaurant that took the place of Palio (in the Swan) that I would like to try. Also, I would like to re-try Liberty Tree Tavern, just because it's been way to long and would like to re-try 50's Prime Time Cafe. Haven't been there in a long time either but I don't remember being that crazy about it, but someone said they have really good fried chicken, which is reason enough for me to go back!!
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    I would like to try Mama Melrose's, and Hoop Dee Doo Revue. I'm also curious about Raglan Road and Tony's Town Square, and I would like to try something from Casey's.
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