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Ghostman
05-29-2009, 10:24 PM
A popular game amongst chefs is the infamous death row meal. I have read articles where the most famous chefs in the world pick their last meal in an, albiet morbid, format.

I'm not a chef, but I would love to read some thoughts on Disney lover's ultimate Disney meals.

Here is mine.

Appetizer
Cheddar Cheese Soup -Le Cellier

Salad
Cobb Salad -Brown Derby

Entree
Swahili Curry Shrimp -Jiko

Beverage
La Fin Du Monde Maudite (best beer I have ever had) -Le Cellier

Dessert
Grapefruit Cake -Brown Derby

Dole Whip -Aloha Isle

I went soup to nuts here including 2 desserts. Hey it's my last meal.

jgazda
05-29-2009, 10:57 PM
Beverage- Juice that is served at 'Ohana and Tusker House breakfast

Appetizer- Mustard Seed Crusted Scallops (Sanaa-AKL)

Salad- Chicken Strawberry Salad (Plaza)

Soup- Corn and Crab Chowder (CRT)

Entree- Filet from Le Cellier paired with the potatoes from Turf Club

Dessert- Banana Cheesecake Eggroll (Nine Dragons...seriously BEST thing ever)

And to wash it all down a schoolbread and a honeydew kaki gori.

If I was really reaching I would ask for the Lobster Eggs Benedict from Grand Floridian Cafe for breakfast as well.

Ghostman
05-29-2009, 11:09 PM
Beverage- Juice that is served at 'Ohana and Tusker House breakfast

Appetizer- Mustard Seed Crusted Scallops (Sanaa-AKL)

Salad- Chicken Strawberry Salad (Plaza)

Soup- Corn and Crab Chowder (CRT)

Entree- Filet from Le Cellier paired with the potatoes from Turf Club

Dessert- Banana Cheesecake Eggroll (Nine Dragons...seriously BEST thing ever)

And to wash it all down a schoolbread and a honeydew kaki gori.

If I was really reaching I would ask for the Lobster Eggs Benedict from Grand Floridian Cafe for breakfast as well.

I say go for the Lobster Eggs Benedict. You only live once. Nice meal selection. Going to Sanaa in July.

aubriee
05-30-2009, 05:19 AM
Appetizer: Assiette Campagnarde at Chef's de France

Salad: chilled Seafood Salad at Yatchsman

Soup: Smoky Portobello soup at Artist Point

Entree: Fish & Clams at Tutto Italia, but it is no longer served there, so I guess Tuna Oscar at Kona

Dessert: amond cheesecake at Narcoosee and bread pudding from Raglan Road

add in a bag of hot roasted coated pecans from the cart at Epcot

jgazda
05-30-2009, 10:24 AM
I say go for the Lobster Eggs Benedict. You only live once. Nice meal selection. Going to Sanaa in July.

We ate there in May and were pleasantly surprised at how wonderful it is. We can't wait to go back. Enjoy your trip (and dinner)!

Cheshire Figment
05-30-2009, 10:52 AM
How about the Chef's Table at V&A

Here is a recent menu. (http://photopost.wdwinfo.com/showphoto.php/photo/43451/ppuser/20341)

Pakey
05-30-2009, 10:55 AM
Appetizer: Scallop w/Pork Belly at Brown Derby

Soup: Chantarelle Mushroom w/Pumpkin Seeds at Jiko

Salad: Goat Cheese Truffles at Citricos

Entree/Fish: Snapper at Flying Fish

Entree: Kobe Beef at V&A

Intermezzo: Cheese Selection at Ca Grill

Dessert: Smores at 50's PTC

oybolshoi
05-30-2009, 11:01 AM
Morbid and fun ... how can anyone resist? :rotfl2:

Soup: Mussel & Saffron Soup (Bistro Paris)

Appetizer: Sonoma Goat Cheese Ravioli (CA Grill)

Second Appetizer: Seared Foie Gras (V&A ... no longer on the menu but by god if I'm talking about a last meal someone better find me some goose liver. :laughing:)

In lieu of salad I would request a cheese sampler from every signature restaurant on property ... Mmmmmmm, cheese!

Entree: Kobe Beef Tenderloin & Wagyu Strip Loin (V&A)

Palate Cleanser: Apple & Calvados Sorbet (I've never seen this at WDW but I'm sure someone could make it)

Dessert: A sampler to include Raglan Road's Bread & Butter Pudding, Cappuccino Panne Cotta from Flying Fish, and a Tanzanian Chocolate Pyramid from V&A.

Dessert would be washed down with some Chateau Yaquem (might as well go out in style) and I would respectfully request that an appropriate alcoholic beverage be paired with all my other choices.

Pakey
05-30-2009, 11:09 AM
Dang, I wanted to put Fois Gras on my last meal but since it's no longer offered, I did not. If it's being brought it for oybolshoi, might as well bring it in for me too.

oybolshoi
05-30-2009, 11:20 AM
Dang, I wanted to put Fois Gras on my last meal but since it's no longer offered, I did not. If it's being brought it for oybolshoi, might as well bring it in for me too.

I'll ask them to bring extra and we can share. :thumbsup2

Ghostman
05-30-2009, 11:35 PM
Well if we are getting crazy here...I'd like to add the Escargot Persillade en Brioche from the Lyon stand at Epcot's Food and Wine.

Talk about a little bit of heaven.

BriarRosie
05-31-2009, 01:19 AM
I would have wanted the Chef's Table, back when foie gras was still on the menu. (Thanks, Brenda, for bringing that up!) I can still add it here...

Soup 1: Smoky Portobella Soup from Artist Point
Soup 2: that salmon cream soup I had at V&A...LARGER PORTION!
Appetizer 1 and 2?: Foie gras from V&A or California Grill. Heck, why not both!
Entree 1: Potato wrapped red snapper from Flying Fish
Entree 2: Buffalo filet that Artist Point served years ago
Old School Side Dish: Chef Mickey's Parmesan Mashed Potatoes circa 1996.
Cheese glorious Cheese: Various restaurants around WDW.
Dessert 1: Ger's Bread and Butter Pudding from Raglan Road
Dessert 2: Chocolate soufflé from V&A

I went all Hobbit on this because people were setting precedents in other posts with multiple items. :laughing: