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Old 11-05-2009, 02:00 PM   #16
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Interesting to read that about the Bounty Platter... I wonder if they do the same thing with the ones at POR?
I think it just kind of depends on how busy it is when you go and who is working. If it's super busy then you'll probably get a freshly plated dish. Seven months ago when we stayed at ASMo the breakfasts I got were always plated right when I ordered.
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Oct 31 Continued...F&W Grazing!

Gram and I headed straight for the WS around 11am when it opened. We first hit the Athens, Greece booth.

We started with the Greek Salad with Pita Bread:


As Greek salads go, I thought this was good. It wasn't anything special, but I definitely enjoyed it. The vegetables were fresh, it had Kalamata olives, and it wasn't drowning in dressing. I liked the preparation of small chopped vegetables, which made it easier to eat without having a table to sit down at and cut up your food. I think the Feta in the salad was American made cow's milk cheese. Real Feta is made from sheep's milk and is much stronger so it lost a few points for me there. The pita bread was a bit hard around the edges, but it didn't taste stale...so I don't know what that was about. Cost: $2.75. Overall, a respectable 5 rating.

We also had the Spanikopita:


Again, decent, but nothing special. The phyllo was buttery, flaky, and crisp, but I thought the filling was lacking something. It was kind like spinach and not much else.I just thought it was kind of like the Spanikopita you could get in the freezer section at a grocery store. Back home a week before our trip, I attended a Greek Food Festival and their Spanikopita was much more flavorful and exciting. Cost was $4.00. So we give the dish a 5 rating.

We also got the Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki:


We thought this was best dish of the booth. The chicken was flavorful and moist, it wasn't dry like Souvlaki can easily be. I'm not positive, but I think Souvlaki is traditionally made from Pork....but I'm not a pork fan, so no points lost there for me. We rated this a solid 7. It was $4.00.

After Greece, we hit up the nearby (and busy!) Montreal, Canada booth.

Our first selection was the Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup, of course!


Well this was more my selection since there was no question that Gram couldn't eat this. I'm glad I had it all the myself though. I had tasted this back at the 2006 Festival and remembered liking it. It was just as good this time around. I don't normally like bacon, and that is partially what flavors this soup, but this I love. I understand why everyone raves about it so much. The only thing I didn't like about it was that it's a really heavy dish for a hot day, and it was like 88 degrees out that day so that killed my enjoyment of it a little. I'd rate it an 8. The soup was $3.75.

We also picked up a Spicy Chicken Sausage with Sweet Corn Polenta:


They weren't kidding when they said spicy. Now, I like spicy foods, but on a hot day, this was just too much. I liked the sausage, it was very good, but just too spicy for me to be able to enjoy on that day. The pairing with the sweet polenta was a great idea. It cooled your palate down and the items complemented each other very well. Gram doesn't like spicy, so she took 1 little bite of the sausage and said "ick"! I couldn't finish it due to the heat, but we ate up all the polenta. This gets a 7 from me....Gram's rating we won't count. Cost was $3.75.

We also ordered a Maple Glazed Salmon with Lentil Salad:


This was one of the standout dishes of the Festival to me. The salmon was perfectly cooked - not overdone, or undercooked, moist and just finished all the way through. The top was nicely crusted from the Maple glaze and oh so tasty. Sweet but complex flavor - definitely something else in there besides Maple syrup...maybe some cracked black pepper? The fish is served hot off the grill, but the lentil salad it sits on top of is cold. The lentils were cooked til they were soft but not mushy and mixed with a somewhat sugary dressing. I thought the items paired really well and this dish was absolutely delicious! Gram agreed and we rated it a 9, short of a 10 because we thought the dressing on the lentil salad was a bit too sweet. $4.50 very well spent!

On our way up to the Festival Center, I grabbed a Bacardi Frozen Dragon Berry Colada:


Oh man this was good. I could get in to some serious trouble with a few a these! Rum is probably my favorite liquor, and I love a good, sweet, frozen adult beverage. It was a tiny cup - maybe 4 oz, but I'm a lightweight so it was a great portion for me. I didn't get to sample as much alcohol at the festival as I would have liked because if I have more than 1 serving in an hour, I'm pretty much shot for the next day. This was a very berry tasting drink - I tasted mostly strawberry flavor. Again, since I'm a lightweight, I don't like drinks that taste overwhelmingly of the booze. This was great on that front to me because it had just enough rum that you could taste it and tell it was in the drink without it being the overwhelming presence. A bad value for those who really like their liqour, especially at $7.25. This was freakin' expensive, but I REALLY liked it! An 9 rating!

These were only the booths we made it to that day! We were attending a culinary demo at 1pm so we had to head over to Festival Center before then.

Coming up next: Andrew Zimmern's Culinary Demo!

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We went to the other WPE-- no lines and PLENTY of indoor seating. DEfinitely the superior one!
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I had originally planned to visit the Marketplace location since I saw photos of all the indoor seating, but we were on the West Side anyways to pick up our tickets and the weather was pleasant enough that we didn't mind sitting outside.

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Old 11-11-2009, 01:54 AM   #23
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I was about to post my next review but I have some videos to go with it and haven't uploaded them yet....and it's taking soooo long. It will have to wait until tomorrow.
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Andrew Zimmern Culinary Demo

OK, have the videos uploaded now so I can continue with the review! I know you were all eagerly waiting on baited breath.

We headed over to the festival center to watch the sold out demo with Andrew Zimmern. He's a chef, but he's best known for his TV show Bizarre Foods, which airs on the Travel Channel. He visits different locations around the globe and explores the culture by sampling unusual and exotic foods. So ever since I booked our space, I, and everyone else I'm sure, were wondering..."What on earth is he going to cook? Crispy fried ants? Chocolate covered worms?"

There was probably only space for 100 people at the demo, so everyone got a pretty good view of the cooking area. Here's the view from our table:


On our tables were copies of the recipe Andrew would be making: Sweet and Sour Bangkok Style Quail with Red Chiles. Alright, no insects!

There were also little cups and pitchers of water. Shortly after everyone was seated they brought us out thimbles of wine.

After a short introduction from Pam, a lady who seems to have been the Festival MC, we met a guy from Meeker Vineyards. I don't remember his first name, but he was a Meeker. The wine pairing with Andrew's dish was Meeker FroZin. It's a dessert Zinfandel but they use a special process for making it. I'll let Mr. Meeker tell you more:
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Pretty darn cute, owns a vineyard....are you single?


I'm not usually one who enjoys a really sweet wine. But this FroZin was pretty good. I like wine, but I'm not someone who sits down and says "Ohh I taste notes of melon and pear with a hint of spice." All I know is that I like it or I don't. My Gram tasted it and said it reminded her of Manischewitz wine, which is a kosher wine Jews drink on holidays. It's like straight grape juice with the faintest hint of alcohol. After she said that, I did agree with her somewhat. But the FroZin was a much more delectable version to me.

After our mini-wine lesson, Mr. Zimmern came out and got right to the cooking. He was great to watch and now I wish he had a cooking show. He's very entertaining and explains things clearly and throws in a lot of great tips. There were some instances where Pam would chime in and I was really wishing she'd just shut up and drink her wine because Zimmern doesn't need any guidance or coaxing. I understand from other reviews that some of the chefs were quite dry at their demos, but Andrew Zimmern was not.

While Andrew was cooking, they had a camera man giving the audience close ups of the food. They had a few TV's around the area so everyone could see the detail from above, which was a really nice touch. Otherwise it would have been next to impossible to really see the food that was being cooked.



Here's a video I got of some of the demo....I would have recorded the whole thing but my arm got tired and I wanted to see out of my own eyes and not from behind a camera!

Halfway through the demo they brought out the food!


This was my first time tasting Quail. Like they say about most things....tastes like chicken. It's more...gamey and dark meaty though. I don't know if I'd go to the trouble of seeking it out to cook myself, but I would definitely have it again if it showed up on the menu at California Grill or something.

The sauce was delicious! I LOVE Thai Food so this was a perfect dish for me. They definitely toned down the amount of chiles in the samples brought out to the audience. It was barely spicy, and Andrew put quite a lot of chiles in the dish he was making on stage. I would have liked more spice, but we have the recipe so I can adjust it to suit my tastes one day. It had carrots, peas, shallots, lemongrass, cinnamon, turmeric, several kinds of chiles, ketchup (yup, ketchup!), vinegar and garlic. Most of the ingredients were pureed and then the carrots and peas were added in. Mmm wish I would have some of that for lunch right now!

Andrew said this dish could be used with almost any type of protein - chicken, fish, shellfish, pork, tofu....the only thing he said it didn't work well with is beef.

I will definitely be trying my hand at making this myself....one day.

I'd rate the demo an 8. For $8, it's well worth the money, but the fact that in the past these things were free brings the score down. On a slightly hypocritical note, I wouldn't mind paying a bit more to be served a lunch -sized portion of the featured dish and a full glass of the wine. Zimmern himself gets a 9.5. I just adore watching whatever he does - cooking at Epcot or eating still beating frog hearts in Japan. Ok so I prefer the cooking at Epcot.

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Thumbs down Kouzzina

We had an 8:20pm ADR for dinner at Kouzzina on Halloween. The Boardwalk was quite the happening place that evening!



I love this location. Great place to be if you have to wait to be seated. Which we did. We were a bit early and checked in at 8:10. They gave us a beeper and we sat outside and people watched until we got buzzed at 8:40, 20 minutes past our ADR time, which was the longest we waited for almost anything, rides included. Not to bad eh?

Once we were seated we waited....and waited...and after 10 minutes or so, a server finally showed up and got our drink orders. At least we think that's what he asked for. It was so LOUD in there. My grandmother didn't really hear a word the server said all night and I had a lot of trouble as well.

The restaurant is really pretty and I love the open kitchen....but with wood floors there is nothing to absorb any of the noise. It might be ok at 5pm when they first start seating, but at almost 9 with a full house.....you couldn't hear yourself think, much less a server speaking to you.

View of the kitchen from our table:


One of the chefs came out and spoke to us about what Gram could eat. Being a Greek restaurant, we figured she would have a lot of options and she did for the most part. But what we both found really disappointing was that the Feta cheese Kouzzina uses is made from cow's milk. Real feta should be made from sheep's milk (which has no lactose), and at this kind of establishment we expected the real thing.

The chef who spoke with us was really nice. Gram asked about the Lamb Burger, and the chef told us that it had the cow's milk feta already mixed in with the meat. But they could make her a pattie from the lamb meatballs that are served with the appetizer sampler.

I should mention that after our server took our drink orders we did not see him again for quite sometime. It was actually the chef who took our food order. Our server finally delivered our drinks and bread sometime shortly before the first course arrived.

The Bread and Butter with Black Sea Salt:


The bread was a very good multigrain variety served somewhat warm. Good butter but my Gram hogged most of the salt!

We had barely started on the bread when the Crisp Calamari with Lemon, coated in Arborio Rice Flour with Garlic Yogurt and Spicy Yogurt Dipping Sauces arrived.

I first have to mention that I HATED the way this was served. See the cone thing on the left in this photo?


That's what the Calamari is served in. Here's a shot of the actual food:


I hated the serving dish because you can't really see the food....and that's the first impression. The food is hiding away. I'm 5'8 and I could barely see in to the cone, so I imagine anyone shorter wouldn't get a view of the food until it's on a fork or plate. Also, when the calamari cone first came out, we had no dipping sauces. Our server dropped off the food and ran away before I even noticed they were missing. It was a good 15 minutes before we could track him down again, and by then the calamari was getting cold. We didn't get any sauces because I guess they thought we were both lactose intolerant, although I thought I made that clear at the beginning of the meal when we were discussing Gram's options that I am not. It was also on the special request form that Gram was the only one with special dietary concerns.

So we started to nibble on the calamari while waiting for the sauces. And that's when the overwhelming issue of the night really began - SALT. Way too much of it.

Gram has Addison's Disease, a type of adrenal and sodium insufficiency. She has to add salt to everything to get enough so her tastes of what constitutes too salty is way off from most people's. Even she thought the calamari was too salty - so that's really saying something.

When the sauces finally came, I took a taste of the Garlic Yogurt dip. Big mistake. Now, I LOVE garlic and used to be of the belief you can never have too much of it. Apparently, I was very, very wrong. There was a ton a raw garlic in this dip and it really knocked my socks off in a bad way. Imagine sucking on a raw clove of garlic.....that's kind of what this dip was like.

And the spicy yogurt dip...well it lived up to it's name. I couldn't really taste much of it after the garlic dip.

I think the calamari could have been good if it wasn't so salty. The texture of the Arborio rice flour makes for a great coating and it wasn't too oily. But it was so salty my tastes buds couldn't really recognize anything else.

Our entrees arrived next, brought out to us by another server.....ours was no where to be found.

Gram had the Char-grilled Lamb Burger made with the Lamb Meatball mix as I mentioned earlier. It was served with Sweet Potato Fries.


It looked so sweet and innocent. But then Gram took a bite. It was quite spicy. Now as I've said before, I like spicy food. But Gram does not. So she didn't like this burger. Now usually, I'm of the thinking that a customer simply not liking something is not reason for the restaurant to have to take it off the bill. But when something is spicy, I think the menu should state that. No where on the menu at Kouzzina was there any indication that the Lamb Burger, or the Lamb Meatballs, are spicy.

The sweet potato fries were pretty good - but too salty.

I ordered the Avgolemono: egg-lemon soup with chicken and rice. I also got the Sauteed Brussel Sprouts with Capers and Lemon to go with it.


Brussel Sprouts, ready for their close-up:


The soup presentation was interesting. The bring you out the bowl with the chicken and rice in it, and then someone else comes with a pitcher they pour the liquid from. Pretty schnazzy. But instead of focusing on fancy presentation I wish they would train their chefs on the proper use of salt. Again, I think this could have been really good if it wasn't so darn salty! It had good texture, it was hot, lemony, and the rice and chicken were cooked nicely......but all that gets overshadowed by the salt.

The Brussel Spouts were just OK. They were one of the few items that weren't completely oversalted, but they were a bit hard and undercooked. I liked the sauce...it was lemony and had a hint of balsamic vinegar. They were sprinkled with some shredded cheese that was good, but it wasn't a dish I would bother ordering again.

Gram complained to the server about the spicy burger as he was clearing our plates and he said that he would take it off the bill. I appreciated that, but it would have been nice of him to be around shortly after she sampled it to offer her something else to eat!

I really wanted to find something good about Kouzzina so I decided to order dessert. They didn't have anything Gram could eat except that nasty Rice Dream faux ice cream. It tastes like cardboard, so we especially didn't want to pay theme park prices for it.

I went with the Galaktoboureko - Semolina custard in a baked phyllo dough with Vanilla-Praline Ice Cream. Hmmm.....Apparently I forgot to take a picture of it. Sorry!

I had sampled this item at a local Greek food festival a week before and LOVED it. It's somewhat like Baklava, but instead of the nut filling you get a delicious custard. The Kouzzina version was a huge piece, and it was quite good. Just not AS good as what I ate at the Greek Food Festival back at home. The little ball of vanilla praline ice cream it was served with was DIVINE! I wish I had just ordered a bowl of that!

I had noted our birthdays on the ADR, so AFTER I finished my dessert, they made a stink and shouted some things and Greek and presented me with the standard Disney cupcake:


Umm, thank you, but I never understood why they give you those after you've already ordered and eaten dessert. I was able to get a box and took it back to the room with me though.

When we got our check, the chef we had spoken with earlier in the night came out and apologized for the spicy burger.

After taking the burger off, and adding in a small Pellegrino to drink and my TIW discount, our bill came to $38.95.

I was so excited about Kouzzina and had really been looking forward to it. But sadly, it fell below our expectations. The poor service coupled with the salt issue did not really make for a Disney-worthy meal. I was really wishing we had gone next door to Flying Fish instead!!

Total Rating - A measly 3

Now before you consider writing off Kouzzina, I have to say a few more words. I've worked in a restaurant. I know how things go and sometimes for whatever reason(s) things just don't come together. So I would be willing to try Kouzzina again. There is a restaurant where I live that was pretty awful the first two times I visited. But thanks to a friend, I ended up going one more time and now I frequent the place.

But since Kouzzina is at Disney and there are still so many other things I want to try, and old favorites I know are fabulous, I won't be eating here anytime in the near future.
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Great review, I must admit I haven't seen too many good reviews of Kouzzina
It's a real shame as the setting and location look wonderful
I don't think this is going to be on my list for my trip in March
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It really is a shame that Kouzzina wasn't better! They replaced my favorite restaurant, Spoodles, to have this place! What a waste if it's not a great restaurant, and from what I've been reading lately, it's not!
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I recently heard a review of Kouzzina on the DisUnplugged, who pretty much said the same thing, including the noise level. I hope they get that sorted!

Plus if you like Zimmern, they did an interview with him recently at F&W, click here if you want to listen!
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It's a real shame as the setting and location look wonderful
I don't think this is going to be on my list for my trip in March
Lovely photo of you and your Gram
I hadn't seen many either, but I'm of the thinking one needs to form their own opinions. I was also hoping that the longer Kouzzina was open, the better the would get. Next time I might heed the reviews of the DISboards when trying a new restaurant though!

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It really is a shame that Kouzzina wasn't better! They replaced my favorite restaurant, Spoodles, to have this place! What a waste if it's not a great restaurant, and from what I've been reading lately, it's not!
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I had always wanted to try Spoodles and never made it there. Everyone has said good things about, so now I think I'm with that crowd, wishing it was still Spoodles!

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Plus if you like Zimmern, they did an interview with him recently at F&W, click here if you want to listen!
I saw the Zimmern interview and have it bookmarked to listen to....haven't gotten to it yet, but thanks!


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I am not a fan of either Greek food or Cat Cora, so I really had no plans to visit Kouzzina. This review confirmed that I have no desire to visit there. I don't like bland foods, but overly salty?? That's such a basic thing! Not too easy to mess up!
Like you said, there are so many restaurants at Disney. No need to try one I'm not even remotely interested in!
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