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09-01-2009, 05:58 AM
So, I understand that with the DDP that you get an entree, non-alco bev, and a desert.
At a restaurant like Le Cellier is there anything on the menu that is not included in the DDP?
09-01-2009, 06:27 AM
We were at Disney in Aug. with the DDP and ate at LeCellier. There is nothing on the menu you can't have. You can even have the special meal deal they have that includes appetizer, entree, non-alc drink, and dessert. There are several in each catagory to choose from. In all the restaurants we at at there were no limitations on any items - you could choose anything.
09-01-2009, 06:35 AM
Thank you very much for the info about Le Cellier. I appreciate the detailed response. Who knew getting reservations would be this stressful. :)
09-01-2009, 07:51 AM
There are very few exclusions/limitations, and are pretty much common sense. As noted in the "everything you wanted to know" sticky (http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2054845):
Exclusions, limitations and/or surcharges may apply (especially at Downtown Disney restaurants). We will try to keep a full, up-to-date list of those here.
Tangierine Cafe - limits your dessert to Baklava only.
The Lunching Pad - no dessert
Teppan Edo - The salad isn't included as part of the entree - can be ordered as an appetizer on DxDDP.
Yakitori House - Only certain combinations permitted. For example, Tonosama Combination is not included.
Pepper Market - Dessert options with CS only allowed from Tier 1. (NOTE: In 2009 there have been a couple of reports that any dessert is included, but not enough reports to remove this from the list yet.)
Spoodles - A Dessert "Sampler" can be ordered, but only by two Dining Plan guests.
Raglan Road - Dessert "Sampler" is excluded. Appetizers for two can be ordered by two (deluxe) dining plan guests.
Planet Hollywood - Aubriee reports that surf and turf is excluded.
Wolfgang Puck Cafe - Sushi is considered an entree, not an appetizer.
California Grill - Yoshi's Deluxe Sushi Platter and Snake in the Grass are considered entrees.
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