Favorite Disney world restraunt
Share.....? I need ideas for our upcoming October trip.
Two of our favorites that are must do's for us every trip are Boma and Cape May (both breakfast and dinner). For signatures, we love Artist Point and Yachtsman Steakhouse.
"Sanaa", "BoG", "Kona Cafe"- (Breakfast)
If money is no object: California Grille
If money is a consideration, but not critical: Raglan Road
If you're on a strict budget: Boulangerie Patisserie
Our favorites and must-do's every trip:
MK: Crystal Palace with pooh and friends
HS: 50's Prime Time Cafe and Sci-Fi
EPCOT: Biergarten (kids can also dance up front on stage by the musicians)
Downtown Disney: Raglan Road - this is the only place we will split an entree to save room for dessert - the bread pudding is to die for!
Biergarten, 'Ohana, LeCellier, BOG, Crystal Palace, Tusker House - I go on vacation to eat so I don't have to cook!
We will be there in October too.. Kona is a must for us.. We are going to try for BoG.. Our goal is to try some new ones this time. So fare Kona is the only repeat my wife has listed..
For breakfast - Kona Café! Get the Samoan! Smoked pulled pork with poached eggs and hollandaise on some greens. YUMMMM!
For lunch or dinner: Rose and Crown, Raglan Road, Chefs de France, Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater, Le Cellier
For dinner: Hollywood Brown Derby, Ohana, Sanaa
There are so many! Eating is one of my favorite things about going to Disney World :rotfl2:
MK: Liberty Tree Tavern (I haven't been able to go to Be Our Guest yet, but I've heard great things)
E: Biergarten and Chefs de France
HS: 50's Prime Time
AK: Yak & Yeti
DTD: T-REX (I'll be going to Ragland Road this next trip, b/c I've heard great things about them so I might add them to my list too)
Epcot - Akershus and Beirgarten. For a counter service meal, Tangerine Cafe is tops!
Hollywood Studios - Sci Fi and Mama Melrose. Counter service can be tricky here but I would go with Min and Bill's Dockside Diner (not part of the dining plan, though)
Magic Kingdom - Crystal Palace breakfast can be fun. Really like the counter service restaurants here such as Cosmic Ray's, Pecos Bill's, and Tortuga Tavern.
Out of the parks: Ohana is a must. Breakfast is wonderful. Supper is an experience. You won't be disappointed with either one.
Breakfast-Boma or Tusker House
Lunch-Akerhaus or CRT
Dinner-BOG, Ohana, Garden Grill
Breakfast - Tusker house
Lunch - Via Napoli
Dinner - Boma
Dessert - Beaches and Cream
California Grill, Jiko, IL Molino,
Breakfast we love Tusker House.
Boma my favorite dinner spot
Ragland Road ( gers bread pudding)
ESPN ( best sesame wings and clam chowder)
Cape May Clambake ( breakfast and dinner)
Trex ( kids must do)
Fultons best filet I had on trip
Jiko second best filet
Sci Fi for good burgers and shakes
Ohana's i love bread pudding so its a winner with me.
WANT TO TRY NEW THIS YEAR
Chefs De France
Kona for breakfast
Liberty Tree for Lunch
BOG for dinner, if we can get.
My goal is to try all someday.
We have only been to two restaraunts we didnt care for and that was Whispering Canyon ( dinner) and Hollywood and Vine, both a very long time ago though.
My family loves:
-Cape May for dinner
-50's Prime Time Cafe (the atmosphere is so much fun)
-Biergarten (great atmosphere also with Oom Pah Pah band. Oh and Reisling YUM)
Im excited that my husband and I are going to try Be Our Guest for lunch in June. Also we want to go for a snack at the new France bakery. Plus we have lunch ressies for Via Napoli, which we are looking forward to.
Yeah you can't go hungy in Disney!popcorn::
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