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    Well we would always eat 2x at O'Hana's but ever since they changed some things on the menu, we won't be going back. The other resturant we like is RainForest at Downtown Disney and we last year tried Olivia's at Old Key West and we really enjoyed that. But all in all, we just really like picking at all the different things around the parks. My hubby loves the Turkey legs and I love the Dole Whips, we can make meals out of that.
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    Outside the parks, we really enjoy the ESPN Club the most, if you can believe it. It just has something that everyone in our family of picky eaters likes, and the atmosphere on the Boardwalk makes it a lot of fun.

    Inside the parks, I'd have to say Brown Derby is one of our favorites...gotta love that Cobb Salad!
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    The Hollywood Brown Derby in MGM is easily my favorite of all that I've tried. I am a vegetarian and each restaurant usually only has one option for me. I was disappointed in some restaurants, because they clearly didn't put much thought into their veggie option *cough**le cellier**cough*. The dish at the Brown Derby was so good and so HUGE!! I couldn't finish it and I wanted to cry when he was taking it away because it was so delicious... yummm

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    Cinderella's Royal Table--best I've ever had--and you cannot beat the ambiance
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMSuperHeroTeam
    I was disappointed in some restaurants, because they clearly didn't put much thought into their veggie option *cough**le cellier**cough*.
    Hmm, the steakhouse didn't put much thought into their veggie dish. Go figure, lol. As a chef for over 12 years, I am always baffled by what people expect us to serve in our restaurant. We cater to people who enjoy using the canines and incisors we have naturally.

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    The BEST OF...

    I think i have proably dined at about 100+ restaurants throughout Disney...so here is what I think are my favorites:

    Magic Kingdom: COSMIC RAYS for quick eats everyone can find anything there.
    PECOS BILL CAFE when its open great southwestern food.
    DOLE WHIP amazing floats and pineapple treats.
    MAIN STREET ICE CREAM PARLOR old school feel & yummy treats

    Epcot: LA CANTINA great Mexican quick bits
    SAN ANGEL INN the most beautiful atmosphere ever.
    THE LAND FOOD COURT...simply great.
    MARRAKESH of Morocco did you know that the head chef there used to work for the King of Morocco? enough said.

    MGM Studios: TOY STORY PIZZA for quick personal pans.
    MAMA MELROSE simple place with homestyle italian fare.
    GERTIE THE DINO I-scream, you scream...
    HOLLYWOOD DERBY: delicious but expensive

    Animal Kingdom: RAINFOREST CAFE (of course)
    PIZZAFARI quick pizza
    CHAKRANANDI CHICKEN SHOP chicken and snacks to go
    (overall, I think AK has a way to go before it gets food as great as the other parks)

    Downtown Disney: ALMOST EVERYTHING THERE IS GOOD!
    but don't forget...
    GHIRADELLI FOUNTAIN
    WOLFGANG PUCK CAFE

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    The only way to eat at EPCOT

    The best way to eat in Walt Disney world is to have about $30 to blow between you and a friend and sample at least one thing in each country of the world fair you can eat more or spend less if you share. This is also good for introducing kids to different foods- make sure they have a bite.

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    I have to go Liberty Tree, used to go their every trip to WDW with my grandparents

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    Magic Kingdom:
    Tony's Town Square Restaurant
    Liberty Tree Tavern
    Aloha Isle

    Epcot:
    Le Cellier
    Coral Reef
    Liberty Inn
    Tangierine Cafe

    Disney/MGM:
    50's Prime Time Cafe
    Min and Bill's Dockside Diner

    Disney's Polynesian Resort:
    O'Hana
    Captain Jack's

    Disney's Contemporary Resort:
    Chef Mickey's
    Concourse Steakhouse
    Food and Fun Center

    Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa:
    1900 Park Fare
    Grand Floridian Cafe
    Narcoosee's
    Gaspirilla Grill

    Disney's Yacht and Beach Club:
    Yachtsman's Steakhouse
    Cape May Cafe

    Disney's Wilderness Lodge
    Whispering Canyon

    Disney's Boardwalk:
    ESPN Club
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kindomind
    Hmm, the steakhouse didn't put much thought into their veggie dish. Go figure, lol. As a chef for over 12 years, I am always baffled by what people expect us to serve in our restaurant. We cater to people who enjoy using the canines and incisors we have naturally.
    Usually every restaurant at Disney has at least one vegetarian option, Le Cellier included. They used to have a goat cheese and butternut squash risotto that was FANtastic. But now it's a grilled tofu that was really gross. As a chef you'd think it would be easier to make a good veggie dish than make a dish that would offend your customer and make you look like you just don't know what you're doing.

    My husband is also a chef, and from what I've learned is that chefs cater to their customer, not exclusively one group of people. Do you have trouble with diabetics who can't process sugar like most people do "naturally"? Or people who don't eat meat due to religous reasons?

    I didn't realize that chefs were also judges.

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    Question hmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by JMSuperHeroTeam
    The Hollywood Brown Derby in MGM is easily my favorite of all that I've tried. I am a vegetarian and each restaurant usually only has one option for me. I was disappointed in some restaurants, because they clearly didn't put much thought into their veggie option *cough**le cellier**cough*. The dish at the Brown Derby was so good and so HUGE!! I couldn't finish it and I wanted to cry when he was taking it away because it was so delicious... yummm

    what did you order at the Derby?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureImagineer
    what did you order at the Derby?
    The Thai Noodle Bowl. It was soooo good. My appetizer was a goat cheese and portobello tortelloni, and that was good too, but the Thai Noodle Bowl was wonderful. Our waiter said that it was voted the best vegetarian dish in Walt Disney World a few years ago, and I sure thought it was worthy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1EeyoreFan
    Well we would always eat 2x at O'Hana's but ever since they changed some things on the menu, we won't be going back. The other resturant we like is RainForest at Downtown Disney and we last year tried Olivia's at Old Key West and we really enjoyed that. But all in all, we just really like picking at all the different things around the parks. My hubby loves the Turkey legs and I love the Dole Whips, we can make meals out of that.
    What have they changed at O'hana??
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