LOVE Artist Point at the WL too.....had the all time best WDW meal ever there.
Also really enjoyed our meal at Tutto Italia....food was so unbelievably fresh.
You also can't go wrong with Le Cellier and Kona
Was disappointed with Grand Floridian cafe & Chef Mickey's though.
Fave CS=Columbia Harbour House. Best tuna sandwich anywhere in the world.
For a character breakfast, I much prefer 1900 Park Fair in the Grand Floridian. For a character lunch or dinner, the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom. And for a non-character buffet dinner, Boma in the Animal Kingdom lodge.
Picked Chef Mickey's, did not see Yak & Yeti.
LOVE the Biergarten !
Kona Cafe all the way! The sticky wings are amazing... not to mention the desserts...
I also like The Brown Derby (grapefruit cake!!) and Le Cellier.
We've been to the California Grill once....the food was okay, and the wait for our table was terrible. But the view was fantastic, and it really made the reservation worth it (we had a seat right next to the window, facing the Castle!)
But I must say, even if it is directed more towards families with smaller children (hence, the Winnie the Pooh characters prancing about), I LOVE the Crystal Palace. They have the widest variety of food (buffet style, which makes us full in about 10 minutes), and the character parade is the cutest! I love watching the toddlers walk around with their favorite Winnie the Pooh character. And, if it's your birthday, they put a ton mickey-shaped confetti on your table! It was a wonderful surprise!
Personally, this is my absolute favorite WDW restaurant. The food, the staff, the service, the wine, etc. are consistently always top notch. :thumbs:
I also voted for Le Cellier and The Hollywood Brown Derby.
I ate at the California Grill in December of 2006 during Mouse Fest. Table was ready right at the time of our reservation, which was just after Wishes finished. We were out on the observation deck and they called our name just after.
The food was fantastic, I had the potato-encrusted lamb for my entree, Keymo had the giant scallops. I don't really remember what the appetizers were now, but I do remember that we each enjoyed the appetizer we picked. I was still paranoid about my glucose levels at that time, so had sugar-free candies for my dessert.
When we went, we were on the dining plan, two credits each, and it still included appetizers and tip back then.
50's Prime Time is our first stop on our first day every trip. Meatloaf, vanilla coke and s'mores. We love the atmosphere.
Rose and Crown - again pub atmosphere is great and love the food. Just too bad that they don't serve beer at the "proper" British temperature
I voted for California Grill, love the filet of beef :)
Already voted before for Flying Fish but changed my mind :dizzy: to
Le Cellier. Can't wait to dine there again:thumbs:
There's so many that I really enjoy but when I think of where I have to eat when I go, it'd be The Plaza, Big River Grille, Whispering Canyon, and the Yachtsman
Sci-fi always makes me happy.