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Old 05-16-2010, 05:31 PM   #76
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Great reviews!!

My bf and I were just talking this am about our ADRs for our September trip and I can't talk him into Crystal Palace for breakfast. He looked at the menus on allears and likes the dinner better, I told him that we could take our picture in front of the castle with hardly anyone else around and he SO did not get the allure like I do!! LOL

Glad to see you had a nice vacation!
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I would keep working on your BF about CP breakfast! It's also fun to go in to the restaurant when it's empty and not be there while it's completely full.
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Lunch at Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe

After our breakfast at the Crystal Palace and a morning spent in Fantasyland and Tomorrowland, we decided to get some lunch before heading back to POFQ for our afternoon rest.

I normally always go to Columbia Harbour House, but we had 2 days scheduled for MK, so we decided to give Cosmic Ray's a try.

The place is HUGE and LOUD. The ceilings are high, and floors are linoleum. Throw in tons of people, half of them small children....and it felt like an expensive elementary school cafeteria with a Space theme.

There are 3 'bays' serving different items. Mark and I went to different bays and met back up at a table.

Mark went to the burger bay and came back with a Bacon Double Cheeseburger, served with Fries.


They have a pretty substantial toppings bar at Cosmic Rays, so the burgers are served plain and you can add all sorts of stuff to the sandwich on you own. Mark chose to go with just the plain meat and bread.

He said the burger was decent, but nothing special. I didn't taste it, but I did have some of his fries. They're the standard Disney fries found at most the CS locations. When they're hot and fresh, I think they're pretty good. I like the bits of potato skin still on some of the ends. Makes them taste more potato-ey.

I went to the sandwich bay, which also serves burgers, along with some other items like wraps and salads. I chose the Turkey Bacon Wrap, which is served with house-made potato chips.


There wasn't anything that particularly excited me on the menu. I generally like anything with Turkey, but I wasn't wild over bacon. I ordered the wrap thinking I would just take the bacon out, but once I got it, I saw that the bacon was cut in small pieces all throughout the wrap. Hmm.
Besides the turkey and bacon, there was lettuce, tomato, and shredded cheese. I decided upon first bite that the wrap seemed too dry, so I went to the toppings bar thinking there would be some ranch dressing. No such luck. They had honey mustard....and that was it. The line was really long to get to the counter and didn't feel like waiting, so I grabbed a honey mustard. It did not go well with the Turkey and Bacon so I just had the dry wrap. The chips were good, but I felt more like fries at the time, and Mark was nice enough to share.
As I said, I wasn't crazy over bacon. But ever since I ate that wrap, I have been CRAVING bacon! I don't like eating it plain, but I love it on sandwiches. I keep making myself BLT's. Luckily, I found that Turkey Bacon does just fine for me. It's a lot less messy to cook too. Pretty funny huh.

Cosmic Ray's has an Audio-Animatronic alien named Sonny Eclipse who does music sets. I'm sure it's entertaining for children, but I found him super annoying. We didn't linger long.

So all in all, the food was halfway decent, but the enormous size, the noise level, and Sonny Eclipse made Cosmic Ray's a no-go for me. Next time I'll stick with my fish and tuna at Columbia Harbour House.

Rating: 4 out of 10
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Great reviews, love the photos. Boma is my absolute favourite restaurant at WDW and my excuse for booking AKL for October 2011.
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Great reviews, love the photos. Boma is my absolute favourite restaurant at WDW and my excuse for booking AKL for October 2011.
Thank you everyone!

I'm trying Boma for breakfast on my trip coming up in December. I'm very excited about it, because of all the raves I've read on here, and it was named one of Florida Living Magazine's "Top Places To Have Breakfast in Florida".

The next review if one of my all time favorites - Citricos!
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Old 10-02-2010, 05:50 AM   #82
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Dinner at Citricos

Hello folks....it's been a looong time since I last posted a review. Life seems to get in the way of things sometimes, doesn't it?
But I like to finish what I start....so back to it....

I had been to Citricos twice previously, and it's my favorite Disney restaurant. I asked if one of the servers I had had before was working, and luckily one was! Her name is Kiera, so if you go, make sure to ask for her, she's fantastic!

Even more amazing, she actually recognized me. She looked at me and was like "you've been here before, right?". I told her I had and I specially requested her, and she seemed very flattered. I think it helped improve our service for the night even more.

As always, a meal at Citricos starts with their amazing house baked bread.


There are two kinds - a multi grain and a sun dried tomato. Both are excellent but I especially love the sun-dried tomato. They're served with a good butter sprinkled with sea salt. It's extremely difficult for me not to fill up on bread at Citricos since I am such a carboholic!

For an appetizer, Mark and I split the Goat Cheese Truffle Salad


There are three goat cheese 'truffles' in the salad - cracked pepper, sesame, and tomato, served with arugula, frisee, applewood smoked bacon, and baby beets.

This was an excellent salad. I love goat cheese, and the tomato truffle was my favorite. This is a pretty tart salad, but that was cut slightly by the sweet baby beets. If you're a romaine and iceberg kind of person, I wouldn't order this since these are much stronger flavored lettuces, but if you like that kind of thing, this is a wonderful start to a meal.

For our entrees, Mark chose the Oak Grilled Atlantic Swordfish with fingerling marble potatoes, roasted fennel, applewood smoked bacon, and violet mustard cream. He also chose to order the paired wine, a 2007 Pinot Noir by King Estate, Oregon.


This fish was superb! I tasted it and kind of wished I had order this instead! I don't recall ever having had swordfish before. It's a very meaty fish, and it stood up to the violet mustard cream well.

I ordered the Pan-seared Striped Bass, with red wine risotto, roasted mushrooms, and lemon thyme broth. I also got the recommended wine pairing - a 2006 Chablis Village from Domaine Voceret, Burgundy.


This dish was perfect in every way. The fish was perfectly done - flaky, moist, and tender. The risotto was delicious, and the lemon thyme broth was light and made a perfect sauce. But I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have because I was wanting Mark's swordfish!
The Chablis was really good and a great match with the fish. Very refreshing, bright, and crisp. They seem to still carry this wine, just a different year at Citricos, so I would recommend it if you're in to Chablis.

I could never pass up dessert at my favorite restaurant, so order it we did!

If Mark is eating somewhere, and there is Tiramisu to be found, he will be eating it. So Mark had a very easy time choosing his dessert:


I didn't taste it, so I can't comment, but Mark said it was just as good as the Tiramisus we ate in Italy!

I wanted to try something new, but just couldn't steer myself away from what I have tried and loved before - The Warm Chocolate Banana Torte


This is a really wonderful dish. I will warn you it is on the heavy side, so if you're really full, this is not the thing to order. The torte is dense, with a heavy chocolate cake and a mushed banana filling. It's intensly chocolatey, just the way I prefer my chocolate! It's served with a scoop of vanilla ice crea,. And who doesn't love that presentation? It's all edible - the big piece is chocolate!

As expected, Kiera provided incredible service through the whole meal. Not only was she attentive, but she kept the meal at a nice pace, and made the service seem very personalized. We weren't celebrating anything (other than being at Disney!) but she made our meal feel like an extra special occasion.

As if I wasn't in love with her enough already, after we paid, she brought us each out a bag of these little beauties:


Mmmmm, Biscotti! As Kiera said, "a little thank you for coming back!"
We were stuffed, but ate them for a snack the next day. I just wish I had saved them for when I had a cappuccino to go with them!

Citricos remains my favorite Disney restaurant, and gets full marks from me. 10 out of 10!
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Old 10-02-2010, 04:42 PM   #83
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Abby, loving the report. You have excellent taste in restaurants--mine! LOL! I looked up Bern's on the Internet. WOW! I think the next time we have a rental car at WDW, a road trip is in order!

I'm disappointed to hear about Narcoosee's. I just booked that for my parents in December. I have read quite a few negative reviews. It worries me. It was supposed to be the big hurrah for them. I was going to do Citricos, but my dad isn't as much of an adventurous eater as my mom is. I thought N's would be safer. Ah well! Looking forward to more!
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Abby, loving the report. You have excellent taste in restaurants--mine! LOL! I looked up Bern's on the Internet. WOW! I think the next time we have a rental car at WDW, a road trip is in order!

I'm disappointed to hear about Narcoosee's. I just booked that for my parents in December. I have read quite a few negative reviews. It worries me. It was supposed to be the big hurrah for them. I was going to do Citricos, but my dad isn't as much of an adventurous eater as my mom is. I thought N's would be safer. Ah well! Looking forward to more!
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Bern's is definitely worth a side trip. It's about an 80 minute drive from Disney, but you'd have to allow a good half day since dinner can take 5 hours there! Or just make it whole side trip and stay overnight so you can go to the beach too!

You know, I think most people like Narcoossee's, but I do see a lot of mixed reviews. If you seem to like my tastes in restaurant than I would say avoid it. If it were not a signature and the prices a bit cheaper I might be more for it. Like I said, it's not bad....but it's not signature worthy to me.

You might want to consider switching that ADR. Citricos can have some more plain items. Take a look at the menu and see if there is anything your dad would like. And they're so wonderful about accommodating people there, I'm sure they could just make him a plain but amazing steak and potatoes dish if he wanted. I've gone there twice with my grandmother who has some special dietary concerns and they were just wonderful with her.
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I too love eating at Cirticos...glad you have a lovely meal.
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Columbia Harbour House

The next day we went to MK, so for lunch, it was one of my favorite counter services...Columbia Harbour House! I guess I like the change of from the normal burger/pizza stuff, but CHH is always tasty and never disappoints! This day was no exception.

Who knew there was a giant counter service restaurant in there? You could almost miss the place unless you walk by at a mealtime and see the hordes of people streaming in and out!


Mark and I got our food and decided to eat outside since the weather was so pleasant.

Mark got the Chicken Breast Nuggets and Fish Combo Basket:


I made him give me a bite of fish....for research purposes, of course. It was piping hot, crispy on the outside, flaky fish on the inside....what a fish stick should be.

I opted for the Anchors Aweigh Sandwich - tuna, lettuce, and tomato on toasted multigrain bread, along with a side of fries instead of the chips that normally come with it.


This isn't anything special, but sometimes that's ok. It's just a plain tuna sandwich, but a good one! I especially like the bread - tuna always goes better on toasted bread, IMO. The Anchors Aweigh normally comes with chips (the price on the menu is with them), but I had them omit those, and they give you the sandwich a bit cheaper. I ordered a side of fries instead. I like the standard Disney counter service fries - taste better than an average fast food joint to me, if they're hot. I find they usually are.

CHH isn't a dining destination, but when I'm in MK and want counter service, it's my favorite place! I really want to try the fried shrimp next time!
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Food with a View

The next night saw us with an ADR for California Grill. While this isn't my favorite signature, I feel like it's a Disney right of passage. It's the signature that's hardest to get in to, and who doesn't love the view? For a lot of people I'm sure the food is somewhat of an afterthought, especially since you see more people with kids here than other signatures.
But, I do like CG a lot and felt it was necessary to bring Mark there on his first Disney trip!

We had a 7:20 ADR and arrived a bit early around 7. To my surprise, we were immediately whisked up the elevator and seated. I love that CG exclusive elevator - makes you feel all special and important! It's like Oooooh you're special..you get the special elevator with an escort!

We didn't have a window table, but we could still get the full panoramic Seven Seas Lagoon view, along with a nice kitchen view on the other side.

After we were seated, I saw a server named Stephen I had had twice before and thought to myself, "Oh darn, I should have requested him! I hope he's our server...please come to our table!"

But it was not meant to be. Another man came to our table. Oh well. It's a signature...they're all good servers, right?

He took our drink orders and while I went with water, Mark decided he wanted a glass of Chianti, one of his favorite kinds of wine. I was kind of shaking my head inside....we're at the CALIFORNIA Grill.....seems like you should order something Californian! Oh well....I guess the guy knows what he likes. So he got a glass of Borgo Pretale Chianti Classico, the only Chianti they have on the wine list.

We took a long time decided what to order, but it wasn't an issue as our server took forever to come back with out drinks and bread.

We placed our orders and started nibbling on the wonderful housemade Sourdough Bread that CG offers. It's served with butter sprinkled with sea salt.


I love bread, and call myself a carboholic, and this is my favorite sourdough ever! It was warm and freshly baked. Soft and fluffy, but with kind of a heavy feel. The crust is somewhat hard and...well, crusty, as I think a bread should be! I was so much happier with this bread than the awful grocery store type sourdough we had at Narcoossee's.

I ordered a salad, showed up fairly quickly, but not quick enough to beat Mark finishing his first glass of wine.

The salad was the Heirloom Apple with Fall Greens, Almonds, Dried Cranberries, Maytag Blue Cheese, and Cranberry Vinaigrette.


I love salads and this was one of the better ones I've eaten. It wasn't especially creative, as you see this kind of thing lots of places, but it was done very well with fresh quality ingredients. I love the sweet-tart of the apples and cranberries with the bitter greens and intense blue cheese. It's tasty and refreshing! I also like the little toasts it was served with - again, there are my carbs. Yum Yum.

Our meal timing was a bit off as our entrees arrived when I was only halfway done with my salad. I HATE that. It makes me feel rushed, and who wants to have cold food? The restaurant didn't even seem particularly backed up that evening, so I guess our server was trying to churn and burn or just wasn't paying as much attention as he should have.

Mark had gotten a second glass of Chianti by then to have with his Oak Fired Filet of Beef with Olive Oil Whipped Potatoes, Broccolini, and Terriyaki Barbeque Sauce - one of their signature dishes.


I had a bite of this and it was quite good. But Mark absolutely LOVED it. He thinks this is the best steak at Disney and we because of this one dish, we have an ADR here for our next trip in December.
When he was first placing his order, he asked for the steak well done. But I pointed out to him that when we had gone to Bern's earlier in the trip he had the steak cooked medium (which the server there talked him down to) and loved it. I felt kind of funny at first saying that....I'm sure the waiter thought I was some overbearing wife or girlfriend, which is quite funny since I am neither and we're just friends.
Well, as I like to hear, I was right. Mark said he was glad he only got the steak medium. For my next mission, I will be talking him down another notch to medium rare! Muahahahaha.

There were so many things I wanted at CG, but I finally went with a flatbread as my entree. These are somewhat small as an entree, but I knew I would be ordering dessert, so with three courses it was plenty as an entree. I ordered the Rotisserie Chicken Flatbread with Butternut Puree, Wilds Mushrooms, Point Reyes Blue Cheese, and Heirloom Apples. Well at least I thought I did. I said "the chicken flatbread", but apparently our server heard that as "the cheese flatbread", because what was brought out was the Triple Cheese - Pecorino, Asiago, and Provolone with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Arugula Pesto.


Although I wanted the chicken one, this smelled so good. I also didn't want to wait for them to cook another flatbread, so I just didn't say anything. I have actually had this one before on a previous visit, so I knew at least it should be good. And it was great - but as I was eating it I started to wish I had said something. The Triple Cheese was very good, the crust was nicely crisped, and cheese very flavorful, but it was a bit on the plain side - I had this dish when I was in my early teens and experimenting with food. Arugula pesto was new to me back then...but now, not so much. I was just a bit bored with the dish, but I would never say there was anything wrong with it.

By the time we were finishing up our entrees, it was near 8pm - time for Wishes to start! So when our server showed up to clear the plates (the first time he had come back to the table since dropping off our entrees) we told him the dessert orders would be held off til after the fireworks.

We went outside and watched Wishes from the 15th floor observation deck. Although the view isn't centered here, I still think it's great because it feel's like some of the fireworks are more on eye level and you don't have to strain your neck looking up so far.

I had just gotten a new camera, which has a fireworks setting, so I gave it a try:

Oooooo


Aaahhhh


Eeeeee


After the show was over, we went back inside. Mark ordered a third glass of wine for his dessert, while I went with what I knew I would be getting months beforehand:
Valrhona Chocolate Cake with Peppermint Ice Cream, Pomegranate Macerated Cherries, and Peppermint Bark.


CG always has this molten centered chocolate cake, but changes the accompaniments with the season. I'm not even that big of a peppermint fan, but this was fantastic! The cake was warm and filled with gooey chocolaye goodness. It has a great, pure chocolate flavor and I loved scooping up the cake and a cherry for a bite. Then I'd alternate and have cake with ice cream. The peppermint bark was really tasty too. This remains ones of my favorite Disney desserts, but I have to admit my favorite pairing was when they had Raspberry!

So overall, a good, but not outstanding evening at CG, like they usually are. I was really disappointed with our server. He just never seemed to be around when we needed a water glass filled or really to be paying much attention to us at all. Next time, I will remember to request Stephen.

I still recommend CG for those who haven't been. It's a delicious and scenic intro to Disney signature dining.

I would give meal an 8.5 out of 10, but it gets knocked down a point for the less than stellar service to a 7.5.
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Thanks for the reviews thus far, Abby. They're great! We'll be in the World in a few months for Christmas week and then I'll be spending my Spring break there as well. So excited. We've done many restaurants that you've reviewed-- and I agree with you completely. We will also be doing a few of the restaurants that you reviewed. Thank you so much!
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