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Secrets of WDW Discuss What is your Favorite Disney Restaurant in the Trivia and Games Forums forums; Originally Posted by dude22blue Only place that sticks out to me is Sci Fi Cafe but only for the enviroment not the food. I have a question about a resturant ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dude22blue View Post
    Only place that sticks out to me is Sci Fi Cafe but only for the enviroment not the food.

    I have a question about a resturant though. I dunno the name but I think its in Epcot and I think its mostly sea food but I can be wrong. The place is "underwater" and you can see fishes swimming in the outside. It was showed in both "Full House" When Jesse and Joey dive in witht he fish to do there radio show under water and in "Boy Meets World" only the outside though. I just wanna find out because I want to look it up and gt info on it to see if I can take my girlfriend there for her birthday. (she likes the feel of the resturant more than the food again she love Sci Fi Cafe) so yea any info would help.
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    Im no disney expert but it could be the Coral Reef restaurant or there is another place that has just a fish tank that is Rain Forest Cafe but this is small in comparason.
    Good luck let me know if that was any help or not???
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    Yeah Dude, It's the Coral Reef in the Living Seas in EPCOT. You can sit right next to the glass of the main tank and check out all the fish. It's pretty cool!



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    Thank you for the name...now I'm off to google and find price info. Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude22blue View Post
    Thank you for the name...now I'm off to google and find price info. Thanks again
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    Oh good .... Glad to be of help Good luck I hope you enjoy your meal

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    Cool My favorite restaurant changes with each visit!

    Right now it is a toss up between LeCellier and Mama Melrose!

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    When me and my husband go we plan one big meal for each day and then the rest of the day we catch quick bites. Citrico's is nice, worth the money. Prime Time is alot of fun with really good home cooking. but the all time best is breakfast at the castle. so worth having to get up at 6:30am for reservations.
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    definatly Ohana. Just got back this past saturday and this trip we went to Ohana, Le Cellier, Liberty tree, Alfredo's, and Bongo's at DTD. Well at least those where where we ate dinner but I always make it out to Ohana. The food is by far the best I have ever had on a consistant basis. Someone asked for a review so here goes...Come hungry. There is something to eat for everyone. Family style so not really a menue but there are some options for people with allergies or how require special diets. Fresh grilled vegetables, scalloped potatoes, turkey sausage, ribes, chicken etc. The Dessert this past time was Bread pudding with cocnut and pineapple. Simply amazing. By the way if anyone is interested in trying something different ask for the vegetarian option at the Liberty Tree. Fresh seasonal vegeatables and Quinoa (pro nounced keen waa for those who dont know) much lighter and healthier than the standard fair they serve there. And it is delicious. I have noticed the past few times I have been there that the vegetarian options get better with each visit.

    So while we are on topic has anyone noticed how the quality has seriously gone down at Tony's lately? Or do I just keep going there on bad nights?
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    I would really like to try Palio and Ohana... ne reviews 4 me ???
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    The Crystal Palace on Main Street - marvelous memories - before kids and with kids!

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    There are so many cool places to eat at DW, but I'm going to let my favorite be colored through the eyes of my three-year-old son. He loved sitting in the Village Haus in Fantasyland near the Small World window and waving to all the boats as they went by. It was interesting to see which of the guests would wave back to him or not. Really fun. And the food was OK, too.

    For the high-brow option, the Dolphin has some great outlets, too.
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    i love Ohana....i also like Boma at the animal kingdom lodge...we just ate there a few days ago

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    Let's list them by meal. The best places to get breakfast, lunch, dinner and the best dessert.

    Breakfast - Boma (AKL) all you can ask for and more
    Lunch - Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe (MK) cheep and good
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    if ne1 hasnt seen... i made a thread of a poll on What you Favorite Restaurant in the Parks are... heres the link

    http://disneyworldtrivia.com/forums/...ead.php?t=9643
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    Main Street Bakery and Rainforest

    Mine are:

    ~Main Street Bakery (Magic Kingdom)
    ~Rainforest Cafe (Animal Kingdom)

    I just LOVE desserts (but i'm not obience)
    And I like the VOLCANO at Rainforest.
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    Ohana is great!!

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