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Secrets of WDW Discuss Favorite Restaurant in the Trivia and Games Forums forums; I thought this would be an interresting thread. tell us your favorite wdw restaurant. it can be anywhere on property, Casual or Formal. My favorite is Chef Mickey's at the ...
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    Favorite Restaurant

    I thought this would be an interresting thread. tell us your favorite wdw restaurant. it can be anywhere on property, Casual or Formal.

    My favorite is Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary Resort.
    Its a Small World after all.


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    Magic Kingdom-Cosmic Rays
    MGM-Sci-Fi Drive in
    Epcot-That restaurant in Japan
    Animal Kingdom-Never ate there
    Not in a park-That tavern on the Fort Wilderness Campground. Great hot wings!

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    For ambiance: San Angel Inn
    For taste of food: The Garden Grill
    For entertainment: 50's Prime Time Cafe
    For best underwater view: Coral Reef Restaurant
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    In the evening: Rose & Crown (with a good view of Illuminations, I hope)
    During the day: Les Chefs de France (a bowl of onion soup, a glass of wine and people watching is great entertainment)
    Counter Service: Flame Tree Barbeque
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    [QUOTE=Ride2311;515267]Magic Kingdom-Cosmic Rays

    Epcot-That restaurant in Japan

    ill probably spell this wrong but its called the Yakitory House.
    Its a Small World after all.


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    My daughter's favorite is the Brown Derby, because she loves Hollywood in the 30's and 40's. I thought the atmosphere is great, but the food was so-so and overpriced. But nice to do once on your vacation. I preferred the fish and chips at Harry's . The counter resteraunt by the Rose and crown in Epcot. This was the best tasting food I had on my last trip, it was only $8. and . We ate it under an umbrella table overlooking the Lagoon.
    I've eaten at the Coral Reef which was excellent, Before I discovered my Seafood allergy, now I can't eat anything on the menu. The Decor is lovely, the wait staff professional, the food was good and I went away with a new appreciation for Handel's "Water Music" which they play while you are dining. I went out and bought a copy of the CD the next week.(relaxing) The kids enjoyed looking at the big aquarium walll.while dining. Very romantic ambience.in this resteraunt. We also did the family dining experiance at the Garden Grill. Again, I don't go expecting great food from any of the resteraunts at WDW..you really pay for the theming and fun.
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    I'm gonna have to go with Le Cellier. The food is banging, the atmosphere is awesome and I love beef!!

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    i want to try le cellier next time i go.
    Its a Small World after all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos271 View Post
    i want to try le cellier next time i go.
    I highly reccomend the Cheddar Cheese soup, and the filet. If you are feeling a little adventureous, Les Chefs de France is great too. My girlfriend had spent a week in Paris a few years ago, and when we were eating in Les Chefs de France she said it really reminded her of her trip to Paris, both the sights and the food. I reccomend the Croc Mouseur (sp?) We're foodies, we love the world showcase!

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    For snackie foods, I love Tocula's and my BF loves the Blue Raspberry Slushies from Starring Rolls Cafe right before Fantasmic. 5 months ago and he still talks about that darn blue slushie!
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    i think les chefs is out of my budget.
    i dont hear any one saying 50's prime time cafe. that has a very fun atmosphere and food the way momma makes it.
    Its a Small World after all.


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    This is the one thing that I truly enjoy when I go to WDW...planning where we eat! Every year I try to eat at least one new place and there are so many awesome places to eat in Disney.
    Favorite overalls...
    Breakfast- Cinderella's Castle. My daughter loves meeting all the princesses.
    Lunch- Rainforest Cafe. It's nice to take a break mid-day from the AK
    Dinner- Liberty Tree Tavern. The characters do a great job of spending time at the tables and you can't beat the home cookin' dinner!
    Dessert- Beaches and Cream at the Beach Club. Highly recommended.
    Favorites in each park
    Magic Kingdom- Liberty Tree although Crystal Palace is a close 2nd
    Epcot- Le Cellier is awesome! Can't go wrong by eating there, if you can get a reservation
    Animal Kingdom- Rain Forest by default as I've never eaten any where else.
    MGM- 50's Prime Time is a lot of fun!
    Outside the parks- Yachtman's Steakhouse in the Yacht Club. Quality beef, excellent atmosphere and service.
    New places I'm dining this year...Mama Melrose and after 10 years of wanting to try the fish n' chips, Rose and Crown. Also 1st time eating breakfast at Chef Mickey's!!!





    Cant wait to go in October for the MNSSHP for the 3rd straight year!!!
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    LeCellier for lunch or dinner. I love their petite filet (very well done) with cream cheese mashed potatoes! My favorite snack is a chocolate croissant at La Boulangerie Patisserie in France.

    I miss Alfredo's already , and the cheese danishes they used to have in Norway.

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    In MGM I love the 50's Prime Time Cafe. In Epcot I really like the Biergarten and the little cafe in France. (I don't know what it is called)
    Disney World makes me happy I must say!


    Mickey Mouse is my favorite!!!

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    San Angel Inn
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