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connorlevismom
04-15-2010, 12:52 PM
What restaurant serves the best omelette???

DISNEY1975
04-15-2010, 12:53 PM
My opinion...

The Wave

eelkmj01
04-15-2010, 12:59 PM
I'm hoping to find a good egg white omelet!

vettegirl
04-15-2010, 01:02 PM
I really enjoyed the one I had at the Pepper Market. It was made to order right in front of my eyes.

HunnyJar
04-15-2010, 01:04 PM
I'm hoping to find a good egg white omelet!

Egg White Omelette - A little lighter fare, our egg white omelette is made with tomatoes, Swiss Cheese, spinach, and mushrooms. Served with fresh fruit and toast. $10.99

That's one I'm thinking about trying at the Rainforest Cafe - AK for breakfast next trip.

Johnson1220
04-15-2010, 01:08 PM
crystal palace ... character breakfast ;)

bluejasmine
04-15-2010, 02:52 PM
At Boma you can have them make you an omlette my DS had them make an egg white one for him..

jdisnut
04-15-2010, 02:54 PM
Wolfgang Puck Express has some nice omelets. It's a counter service location, but it's still great. Not sure if it does egg whites, though.

tami82
04-15-2010, 02:56 PM
Egg White Omelette - A little lighter fare, our egg white omelette is made with tomatoes, Swiss Cheese, spinach, and mushrooms. Served with fresh fruit and toast. $10.99

That's one I'm thinking about trying at the Rainforest Cafe - AK for breakfast next trip.

Wow thats a bargain! lol:rotfl2:

goofy4prez
04-15-2010, 11:14 PM
Egg White Omelette - A little lighter fare, our egg white omelette is made with tomatoes, Swiss Cheese, spinach, and mushrooms. Served with fresh fruit and toast. $10.99

That's one I'm thinking about trying at the Rainforest Cafe - AK for breakfast next trip.

I'd hate to think how much that omelette would cost if they were to put the yolk back into it. :rotfl2: (add in beverage & tip, concierge looks good to me). ;)

p.s. Please note the attempted humor in this, no personal attack on you. Honestly, I'm not a big breakfast eater and won't pay $15 for a breakfast.

itchin2go
04-16-2010, 05:43 AM
Wow thats a bargain! lol:rotfl2:

Oh, please. If you want to balk at costs while at Disney World, you'll have little time for anything else.

OP - I had a great made to order omelet at Boma. Along with their amazing grilled tomatoes, it was a fabulous breakfast.

goofy4prez
04-16-2010, 07:11 AM
Oh, please. If you want to balk at costs while at Disney World, you'll have little time for anything else.



I think she was only attempting to be humorous and not attempting to be serious, thus the :rotfl2: at the end of her post.

connorlevismom
04-16-2010, 07:43 AM
Oh, please. If you want to balk at costs while at Disney World, you'll have little time for anything else.

OP - I had a great made to order omelet at Boma. Along with their amazing grilled tomatoes, it was a fabulous breakfast.

Normally I don't order them at buffet's but I might have to make an exception since 2 people mentioned Boma. We will be eating breakfast there more than once because we are staying there.:thumbsup2

Kristine

itchin2go
04-16-2010, 08:55 AM
Normally I don't order them at buffet's but I might have to make an exception since 2 people mentioned Boma. We will be eating breakfast there more than once because we are staying there.:thumbsup2

Kristine

I think we ate breakfast there 3 times when we stayed there! It was just so tempting to wander down to the lobby and start eating! If memory serves me correctly, there are ready made omelets, but there's a chef there to make them to order as well.

If you do eat at Boma, don't miss the chocolate pastries. They're kind of like a pain au chocolat, but with coarse sugar barely melted on top, and a subtle touch of coconut somewhere inside. Flaky, pastry, chocolat-y, coconut-y goodness. They are aMAZing. You can also buy them at the Mara.

connorlevismom
04-16-2010, 10:16 AM
I think we ate breakfast there 3 times when we stayed there! It was just so tempting to wander down to the lobby and start eating! If memory serves me correctly, there are ready made omelets, but there's a chef there to make them to order as well.

If you do eat at Boma, don't miss the chocolate pastries. They're kind of like a pain au chocolat, but with coarse sugar barely melted on top, and a subtle touch of coconut somewhere inside. Flaky, pastry, chocolat-y, coconut-y goodness. They are aMAZing. You can also buy them at the Mara.

Oh dear lord....that sounds GOOD!

I am sure that we will eat there a lot for breakfast. We love breakfast and it really works for us to eat a large breakfast, snack for lunch and eat a bigger donner.

Kristine