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Old 01-08-2009, 03:21 PM   #1
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Slightly Delayed Dining Review - with Pictures - updated 3/2 Sunshine Season and Jiko

When I wrote my last dining review (Our Quest for American Food) in 2007 I was not expecting to back within one year. Now I am planning my third winter trip to WDW in a row and will be back in just a little over two weeks time. I guess, this is an experience which a few people around here had before me.

I actually started to write the dining review for the 2008 trip shortly after the trip on my computer, but never got around to post the first installment. Now planning for our 2009 trip, I am really regretting not finishing it. Now I came up with the idea that doing a dining review is actually a great thing to channel the pre-trip-anxiety into something productive. And hopefully it will set me into the perfect mood to continue with my dining review for 2009 directly after our trip!

In the fall when the winter was looming over us, my friend Carola and I remembered how great it was to escape the grey and cold days of February in Germany and enjoy sunny Florida. Also, Lufthansa (the German airline) had just started direct flights from Frankfurt to Orlando. So after a few phone calls, we decided to fly over the Atlantic just to stay at WDW and booked our stay from January 29 to February 7 2008 at the Animal Kingdom Lodge.

A brief introduction of the cast of this review:

Magdalene (that's me), 37, I am a lawyer, normally based in Nuremberg in Bavaria, but at the moment living in Berlin. I am the Disney-fan (you might have guessed from the fact that I am the author of the dining review) and therefore the planner of the trip. I love good food (sometimes a bit too much), I enjoy cooking and experimenting. I can be very adventurous with what I eat, but there are certain things that I absolutely hate: onions, red peppers, shellfish, cilantro and braised meat. So I am picky, but not because something might be exotic, but because I don't like the ingredients (or the method it was cooked). I am not so much into desserts. I like sweets, but rather as a treat inbetween than after a meal. Appetizers however, are just my thing!

Carola, 36, another lawyer, but now working as a tax expert. We met in law school and this is our third trip to WDW together. I still don't really understand after three trips together, how she chooses her food. There are some things I know: she likes chocolate and nearly everything sweet, she likes mashed potatoes and braised meat. However, just as me, she enjoys good food, so for both of, dining is part of a relaxing holiday!

This is a picture of the two of us (I am the one with blond, curly hair) just before we went on the Keys to the Kingdom Tour (which was fantastic by the way)

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Old 01-08-2009, 03:23 PM   #2
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Dining Plans

So how did we plan our dining? We had a few places that we wanted to revisit: Boma and Jiko at AKL, since we were staying there and really liked those restaurants. California Grill, because Carola wanted to have the cheese board again. And Kona Cafe, I really love the Polynesian and wanted to have a reason to eat there and the food was great there last time. We also had a place that we had discussed both last trips and never made it there: Le Cellier. Besides that: we wanted to eat at places that are “different” for us. Remember, we are from Germany, so typical American food is exotic for us! In the end there was not so much room for new experiences...

These are the ADRs we ended up with:

1/30/08
Boma 6 pm
1/31/08
Teppan Edo 12 pm
2/1/08
Artist Point 5:30 pm
2/2/08
Liberty Tree Tavern 1 pm
California Grill 8:30 pm
2/3/08
Le Cellier 5:30 pm
2/4/08
Boma 9:15 am
2/5/08
Kona Cafe 5:30 pm
2/6/08
Jiko 8:30 pm

As you see, we decided to become signature restaurants girls, eating at three of those. And without telling too much beforehand: we didn't regret those choices.

Besides those table service restaurants I will also be reviewing our counter service food as we go along through the days. I have plenty of pictures, which I hope you will enjoy! I still like looking at my own food pictures!

This is an index to the reviews on this thread:

1/30 Breakfast at Mara (AKL)
1/30 Lunch at Backlot Express (DHS)
1/30 Dinner at Boma (AKL)
1/31 Lunch at Tepan Edo (Epcot)
1/31 Dinner at Sunshine Season (Epcot)
Bonus post: pictures of Backlot Express
2/1 Lunch at Flame Tree Barbecue (AKL)
2/1 Dinner at Artist Point
2/2 Breakfast at the Mara (AKL)
2/2 Lunch at Liberty Tree Tavern (MK)
2/2 Dinner at California Grill (CR)
2/3 Lunch at Columbia Harbour House (MK)
2/3 Dinner at Le Cellier (Epcot)
2/4 Breakfast at Boma (AKL)
2/4 Dinner at La Cantina (Epcot)
2/4 Drinks at Victoria Falls (AKL)
2/5 Breakfast at Mara
2/5 Dinner at Kona Cafe
2/6 Snack at Sunshine Seasons
2/6 Dinner at Jiko
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Old 01-08-2009, 03:26 PM   #3
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1/30 Breakfast at Mara (AKL)

We had arrived at MCO the evening before with a three hour delay – the entertainment system of our plane was not working and had to be replaced before we were allowed to start the flight from Germany to MCO! (We thought this was bad, but the flight back was even worse!! ) Therefore we got to bed much later than expected.

We still had a pretty early breakfast from Mara at our hotel, the Animal Kingdom Lodge) on our balcony. I went down to get the mugs and something to eat and ended up with two kids meals: waffle with bacon and grapes. A drink was also included. This was our breakfast table:



And this is a close up of the kids meal:



We thought this was a great deal! The waffles were fresh and the portion size was just right for me for breakfast. We ended up getting this a number of times for breakfast.

I really liked the Mara, we never ate a lot of meals there, but found it to be convenient for our needs. Most of the time we took the food back to our room and sat on the balcony. They told me, it was ok, to take the tray with me, mousekeeping would remove it. I never found it too crowded, but I was never there for breakfast after 8 am.

I also very much like the décor:









It also has nice outdoor eating area:



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Old 01-08-2009, 04:06 PM   #4
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We had arrived at MCO the evening before with a three hour delay – the entertainment system of our plane was not working and had to be replaced before we were allowed to start the flight from Germany to MCO! (We thought this was bad, but the flight back was even worse!! ) Therefore we got to bed much later than expected.

We still had a pretty early breakfast from Mara at our hotel, the Animal Kingdom Lodge) on our balcony. I went down to get the mugs and something to eat and ended up with two kids meals: waffle with bacon and grapes. A drink was also included. This was our breakfast table:



And this is a close up of the kids meal:



We thought this was a great deal! The waffles were fresh and the portion size was just right for me for breakfast. We ended up getting this a number of times for breakfast.

I really liked the Mara, we never ate a lot of meals there, but found it to be convenient for our needs. Most of the time we took the food back to our room and sat on the balcony. They told me, it was ok, to take the tray with me, mousekeeping would remove it. I never found it too crowded, but I was never there for breakfast after 8 am.

I also very much like the décor:









It also has nice outdoor eating area:




Looks nice, less crowded and the food looks yummy

I'll go there someday in our next trip. Thanks
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I can't wait to hear the rest of your reviews...you ate at most of the restaurants I want to try in April
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1/31 Lunch at Teppan Edo (Japan in Epcot)

The next morning, Carola was fortunately feeling much better and we got exactly the same breakfast as the day before. I told you, we really liked it! I also have to mention, that they first wanted to give me apple sauce to go with it, but I had read somewhere on the DIS that people could get grapes, so I asked for them and that was no problem.

Once again we were at Epcot at rope drop (I love the jet lag in this direction: You fell like you slept in when you wake up at 6 am as it is noon for our internal clocks!) and were quite hungry for our lunch at Japan!

Teppan style dining is not very common in Germany and those restaurants are usually extremely expensive. I had always wanted to try this, so was very excited that we would be able to try out the at this time still pretty newly renovated Teppan Edo.

Our ADR was for 12 pm, that was the first seating for lunch. We were one of the first parties to check in and were told to wait in the entrance area. They have small Japanese opening ceremony here, which was a nice start:





We were then lead to our table. There are several rooms behind each other, each with four tables:



Above each table is a huge fume hood ( that's the word my dictionary comes up with???):



At the start of the meal our server brought out hot towels. These were great!



For my drink I got an iced green tea. It was ok, but I have had better iced green teas before:



Carola and I decided to get a couple of appetizers and the split an entree.

We wanted to try something we never had heard of before: Edamame, young soy beans:



They were absolutely delicious!! I have since realized that many Japanese restaurants here offer them and I order them regularly. But very few times, have I gotten ones that were as good as at Teppan Edo!

We also had Assorted Tempura (shrimp, chicken breast and seasoned vegetables with a Japanese dipping sauce). The picture shows it half eaten:



The tempura was nice, but not spectacular. I think we focused so much on the edamame that we did not really notice the tempura.

For our entree we had the sirloin steak and chicken combination. Sharing was no problem, we just got each half a portion on our plates. And we did not have to share the sauces! This was good as the meat itself is rather flavourless in my opinion. But the sauces were fantastic, so we really liked the combination. Our chef made quite a show and I was happily snapping away, so here are lots of pictures:

setting up:



distributing the sauces, while explaining them:



the making of an onion volcano:







the chef making fun of my camera:



serious meat preperation:









my chicken portion (edited to add: I think it must be the steak after closer looking at it, sorry for the confusion!) (that's a quarter of a full meal or half of my split portion)



I totally forgot to take a picture of the chicken, I think I had eaten it by the time I got the steak.

Overall we really enjoyed Teppan Edo, but we found it a bit over prized for what it offers. We are not planning a return trip this year, we rather want to try something new. However, I will happily go there again on another trip. I am really glad I finally got to experience this style!
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I'm so glad you posted those Mara photos and tips. We will be there this summer and I love seeing the restaurant area. It just gets me more excited about our upcoming trip!

BTW, love your reviews so far....more, more, more!!!!
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my chicken portion (that's a quarter of a full meal or half of my split portion)



I totally forgot to take a picture of the steak as I was already enjoying my food when I got it.

Overall we really enjoyed Teppan Edo, but we found it a bit over prized for what it offers. We are not planning a return trip this year, we rather want to try something new. However, I will happily go there again on another trip. I am really glad I finally got to experience this style!
I was glad to see a review for Teppan Edo, I am considering it for a trip this year. But are you sure your picture is chicken and not steak? Either you have your pics mixed up, or that is some nasty looking chicken and I think I'll pass!
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1/31 Dinner at Sunshine Seasons (Epcot)

This was our absolute favourite counter service restaurant in 2007. So we really had to make a repeat visit!!

I went with my favourite dish from last year: the salad with seared tuna:



The salad was good but not as great as in 2007 . I found the tuna to be a bit tough to eat. Do you see the white in the meat, that was not chewable. The rest of the meat was fine, though. Carola got the same salad and she had no complaints.

We are planning a return trip again this year, but I think I want to try something else. The sandwiches sound really nice, but so does the caesar's salad. That's another dish not really available in Germany, and I really love it! Carola always says that I would be happy to only eat caesar's salads and ribs while I am on holiday in the US.
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2/1 Lunch at Flame Tree Barbecue (AK)

Breakfast this morning was a again the lovely kids meal waffle. I told you, we really liked it a lot!!

Flame Tree is once again an old-time favourite. I think we have by now certain counter services we like and don't really make many experiments. Perhaps we really need to change our habits a bit on our upcoming trip!! At AK we have never eaten anywhere else. Both Carola and I fell in love with AK on our trip in 2007. The first time we were there in 2004 we found the park to be boring. But in 2007 we spent more time there and started to explore it properly and enjoy all the incredible details. If I could only visit one park at WDW, I think I would choose AK, even though it would be a very hard choice. And the food has to come from Flame Tree.

As I told you, I really like ribs. These can be bought in Germany, but they are different here and they never have this barbecue taste which I love.

We both got the ribs as well as a side of fries which we shared. The ribs were great, but it ended up being too much food for each of us and we have the very best intentions to share in two weeks time! I liked the beans, Carola the corn bread muffin, so sharing will work quite well and leave more room for a treat. I really missed the corn on the cob and would love for it to come back

Here is the picture:



We had a very early lunch, the receipt is from 11 am! This was a great time to have lunch as there was no line and we had the seating area for ourselves. I love to sit all the way down by the water (picture from 2007, but we were at the same table again in 2008):



There was even a boat with characters passing us and it was fun waving to them!

As I said, this will be a definite return trip for us!! But we might have to get two lunches in AK, so perhaps we will get to try Pizzafari...
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2/1 Artist Point (WL)

Ok, now on to a more interesting meal:

Artist Point was a new experience for us. We had an early ADR here for 5:30 pm. After the morning at AK and a nice break at the hotel (a must do for us), we took the bus to MK and then hoped on the boat to WL to have a nice meal there before heading out to DTD for some serious shopping!

The WL is always stunning:



We arrived about 20 min before our ADR and were told that they are not open yet, but we should be back at 5:30pm. We shopped around a bit, I really like the WL store. I actually would really love to stay there one day, but Carola thinks it is too dark. So unless I find another travel companion (DBF made it very clear that it will never be him, well we will see ), I don't think I will get to stay there so soon.

When we returned to the podium we were immediately shown to our table. There was no queue to be checked in or so and there only was one other table occupied in the whole restaurant. It only started to fill up at around 6pm.

I really liked the atmosphere of the place, it was very bright with lots of daylight coming in. We were seated at a nice table at the window.

General view of the restaurant:



Trying to capture the nice wall pictures:



We had planned to share at this meal as we were still feeling very full from the lunch at Flame tree. So we ordered the portobello soup as appetizer and got the buffalo steak as our entree. we also got a glass each of the red wine that was paired with the buffalo, the Dusted Valley Stomp Cabernet Sauvignon.

The wine was really good and it went really exremely well with the buffalo. This is a picture of the wine:



They served us some nice sourdough bread which I really liked:



This is the Smokey Portobello Soup with Roasted Shiitakes and Chive Oil (I asked for a menu here, so I can give you its proper name):



This is actually a picture of the split portion. We each got one of those bowls! I really love it when they serve the split portions seperately! The soup is very rich, so we were really happy to have split it. I think I would be full after a eating the whole portion myself!

Next a picture of the Grilled Buffalo Sirloin Steak with Sweet Potato-Hazelnut Gratin and Sweet Onion Jam:



Again, this is only half of the normal portion. I really liked it that they split the meals in the kitchen. We had ordered the steak medium rare as it was advised by our server. The meat was really fantastic. The gratin went very well with the meat and so did the onion jam. I personally don't really like onions, but this was quite good, but I did not finish it. I am really sad that they no longer have the buffalo on the recent menu.

We had no dessert as we were really full after this. Which was a bit sad as there were some really yummy sounding desserts of the menu.

We had thought about a return trip to Artist Point, but to be honest, at the moment I don't find the menu very appealing, I would have loved to get the Buffalo again as this something so unique. Also, as I mentioned before, we really want to try new places. If we had stayed at WL, I am sure we would have eaten there again. Even though Artist Point sometimes does not get very good reviews, we really liked our dinner there a lot. We had no complaints, our server was great, wine and food were outstanding and the atmosphere was lovely. We really liked the early ADR time as the restaurant was so quiet!!
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