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Dining Discuss Where do you like to eat in the Vacation Planning forums; Just wondering where some of you like to eat at the World. Us we like to eat at Chef Mickey's the morning before we head to MK so we can ...
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    Talking Where do you like to eat

    Just wondering where some of you like to eat at the World. Us we like to eat at Chef Mickey's the morning before we head to MK so we can at least start walking off that buffet. We also like to eat at Earl of Sandwich at DTD. Yummy.


    Sorry I could not vote for Bhomas because we haven't tried it. Lol.
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    '50s prime time diner is good

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    I forgot to add 50's and the sci fi dinner. Geez I was up late last night when I posted it. Lol.

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    There are so many great places to eat at WDW. I have tried Boma and enjoy it I have had breakfast and dinner there, I also enjoy 50' s Primetime, but am not a big fan of sci-fi diner. I ate at the Garden Grill for the first time in July, first we did the ice cream social and then another day had dinner there, both were very good.My 14 yr old enjoyed it so much she is the one who suggested dinner ther after having been there fir the ice cream social. I also enjoy Crystal Palace for breakfast, haven't been there for any other meal. We also enjoy Columbia harbour house for a quick lunch. So many places to eat so little time

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    i wasn't impressed with the sci fi diner either yet a coworker loves it

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    I did the Sci Fi diner this past trip...not impressed at all, though the milkshakes were good.

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    Brown Derby is one I like to visit on every trip.
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    I have never tried the Brown Derby. Is it very expensive? I guess I have always had the impression I couldn't afford it. Maybe I'll try it this year. Maybe not we are going to LeCellier which is going to be our one real expensive meal. Not that anything is cheap at WDW

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    We have a LONG list of places we MUST eat every time we go. We are either going to have to take some of them off the list so we can try new places, OR we are going to have to stay longer! Places we MUST eat include:

    Le Cellier
    Bomas
    Cinderella's Royal Table (prime rib, not breakfast, and always on our last night)
    50's Prime Time Cafe
    Sci-Fi Dine In Theater
    Chef Mickey's (breakfast before heading to the water parks)
    Hoop de doo Revue
    Spirit of Aloha
    Flame Tree Barbecue

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    Popcorn cart right outside the Main Street WDWRR station. It's a must.
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    I think the Mickey Ice Cream and Le Cellier (not at the same time) are my only must-eats, but I also enjoy Mama Melroses and the Concourse Steakhouse. And for very special occasions we eat at Cinderella's Royal Table for dinner.
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    what is the ice cream social at the garden grill like? i've never even heard of it but it sounds awesome....

    we like the whispering canyon cafe in wilderness lodge for breakfast and Biergarten in Germany for dinner

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    Hmmm... now why didn't I put "Everywhere I possibly can" as an option?
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    We always eat at these counter services (cs) ...

    Hotel CS

    Pizza Planet

    CS at Mexico

    CS at China

    CS Pastry Shops in France and Main Street

    CS with Sunny Eclipse

    Sorry for the lack of specific names on some of the places - they just would not come to me. We eat at the CS to save money (I have 6 people in my family).
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    Well we just got back on Friday. We had a blast. We ate at Whispering Canyon, Trails End, Chef Mickeys, Roaring Forks, LTT, HDDR, Yakatori House, had Fish and Chips, ate at the Mexico pavillion to watch Illuminations, Sci Fi, Tusker House, Pecos Bills, Earl of Sandwich about 4 different times.

    ALl was yummy.

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