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MPLsDad
03-03-2004, 06:38 PM
I am looking for some feedback regarding character meals.ccHere are the details.
Who: Myself, DW, DS (4yo)

When: July for 7 days

What We've Been To:
CRT - 2x
Breakfastosaurs - 2x
Cape May Cafe Character Breakfast - 2x
Crystal Palace - 2x
Ice Cream Social - 2x

What We Haven't Been To and why:
Liberty Tree Tavern - Don't think I'll like the traditional food
Princess Storybook Breakfast - Do we do this when we already do CRT?
Chef Mickeys - Always end up in CG
1900 Park Fare - Always go to CRT
'Ohana Character Breakfast - Will do this trip unless there are strong objections
Gulliver's Grill Dinner - Will do this trip because we arrive on a Monday and are staying at the Dolphin, plus it's supposed to be Rafiki and Timon on Mondays.

Have I missed anything? Your thoughts???

arizonacolbys
03-04-2004, 10:37 AM
Just wanted to let you know that Liberty Tree is one of our must dos on every trip. :) Our other favorites are Crystal Palace & Donald's - which I see you all enjoy.

The food at Liberty Tree has always been excellent when we've gone - we frequently make this our last meal of the trip. Try for an early dinner - 4 or 4:30. This is before the restaurant fills up & you will end up with more character interaction. I think you'd enjoy this meal. :) I haven't been yet since the character change last year - so I can't comment on the characters.

We really didn't enjoy Chef Mickey's for dinner, but tried it again recently for an early breakfast & really enjoyed it. Your DS would probably love it - you might want to give it a try - it's very popular. :) HTH!

little tink too
03-04-2004, 10:41 PM
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We have enjoyed the character meal at "the land" in Epcot. They had Mickey, Chip & Dale the last time we were there. It's all you can eat, but they bring it to your table. Mickey seems to really spend quality time with the kids & you get some great photo opportunites.

Lunch is less crowded & less $$. They have a special meal for the kids, but they can eat from the "big people" pan too. Oh, almost forgot.....they serve your meal in a big iron skillet in the center of the table. Price includes, drink, dinner & dessert. you won't go hungry here. Adults cost about $15 for lunch & kids $12. The food is great! As well as the service.

little tink too
03-04-2004, 11:00 PM
Restaurant name is Garden Grill.

Xtine76
03-04-2004, 11:09 PM
We love Chef Mickey's! We ate there on our last visit to the world in October and had a great meal and a great time!