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Old 02-09-2011, 04:16 AM   #151
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Dinner at the Liberty Tree Tavern

This was our only TS meal inside the Magic Kingdom. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia so we chose the LTT on the basis that we would get to experience some American culture and continue the tradition of making reasonable value out of each credit

We went to the restaurant at about 7:30pm for our 8:00pm reservation, just as a way to get inside and escape the cold. Unfortunately they were very busy and couldn't seat us until our ressie time. In the meantime they had a large waiting area (one of the largest I had seen outside of the hotel restaurants) so we just sat around and waited. The LTT had a colouring in area with special LTT pictures to colour in. It's a good waiting area for the children. DS embraced her inner child and coloured in a picture too!

Eventually we were seated. Our server was Sebat from Turkey, although he went as Sebastian. He wasn't a terrible server, but he definitely wasn't a great server. Sebastian seemed to treat his other tables better than us. It's a small thing, but just one example of this was how he warmly greeted every other table with a "Happy Holidays!" while for us he just said hello and gave the usual spiel about what he would serve us. This was just one of the few little things that we missed out on. I wouldn't go as far as to say that he was rude to us and he did the basic duties of a server fairly well, it's just that by comparison our treatment was not as good as the tables around us.

Anyways, I suppose I should move onto the menu! The LTT is a family style restaurant, ie. all you can eat brought to you by the server. Below is a picture of the menu. I believe this one is newer than the one on DisneyWorld.com, because the price has changed. Now it is $35.99



So as you can see a few things are included on the menu. DS and I had chocolate milk to drink, and I think DM and DD had sodas.

We were started off with a bowl of bread



The bread was quite nice and the soft whipped butter served with it was good too. Plenty of rolls were provided, although we didn't eat too many because we didn't want to fill up before the Patriot's Platter!

Shortly afterwards the Declaration Salad was served



The salad itself was just your average garden salad, but the strawberry vinaigrette dressing was quite nice.

After this was the Patriot's Platter.

The meat (turkey, beef and ham as well as some herb bread stuffing)



The Mac and Cheese



And the Mashed Potato and Seasonal Vegetables (sorry about the flash on the mashed potatoes!)



A gravy boat accompanied this stuff.

I'll go through the dishes separately. On the meat platter the only thing that was pretty good was the turkey. The beef was a bit rare (that piece on top was one of the better cooked ones!) and it was clear that from the taste that the ham had been manufactured and frozen, rather than being fresh off-the-bone ham or something like that. I usually eat my meat medium-rare and the beef was probably a little rarer than what I am used to but it was alright for me, however DM, DD and DS usually eat their meat medium to well done so it was too rare for them. As for the Mac and Cheese this one seemed to have a lot of cheese sauce, more than we are used to. Also, it definitely needed some salt or something to pick it up because it just tasted a bit dull. The mashed potatoes were not too bad, they were nice and fluffy. And the beans, well, they were as good as beans can be . I think we asked for more turkey, beef, mash and macaroni. However, I think the chefs must just be plating sets with everything on it because Sebastian just brought out a plate with all the meats as well as the stuffing rather than just the specific items we asked for. On this second plate the meat was even rarer than before, to the point where only the rim of the meat appeared cooked.

Another slightly strange thing that happened. We had barely made a dent in our drinks (not even halfway!) when Sebastian decided to bring out another round of drinks. For those who haven't been before, they are served in large tavern-style mugs so the drinks aren't exactly small! I'm not sure if he was just trying to offer us good service or trying to fill us up on cheap drinks

Also concerning drinks, the LTT, or anywhere else in MK for that matter, does not serve alcohol. This is not a criticism of the LTT, and did in no way affect us, but some people may prefer to dine at a nearby resort in order to grab a alcoholic drink with their meal.

Anyway by this point we had sufficiently warmed up to the point where we were happy to have our dessert, apple crisp with ice-cream.



Both parts were pretty good - the apple crisp here was better than the one at CHH. We ordered an extra serve of ice-cream, which was brought out without the apple crisp as requested . I think that this was probably the highlight of the meal.

So that concluded our meal. This is perhaps the most difficult meal I have had to rate so far. The meal was alright, but it wasn't the type of meal that makes memories. When I look back on the trip so far I think of things like the strawberry soup at 1900PF, the Cape May dinner and our awesome Maya Grill experience. In fact, all of us agreed that so far this had been the biggest let down. Individual components were good, some components were bad, and when it all came together it was just a mediocre experience, alright but not very good. This is the first TS place so far that we wouldn't visit again.

Now time for the recommendations. Personally, I think that the only groups I would recommend this restaurant to are foreigners like us who are searching for a cultural experience in the form of a traditional thanksgiving meal (although the food is quite similar to our Christmas meal) or to people who are visiting at Thanksgiving or are just desperate to have a Thanksgiving meal for some reason. At $35.99 I think it is overpriced for those that aren't on a dining plan, although obviously cost is not such a big issue for those on the DDP. You could probably get a good meal for less elsewhere in the park, or even a better meal for just a few dollars more! Basically, if someone were to ask my honest opinion on this meal, I would say to go elsewhere. I'm not sure what the park offerings are like, but if you're looking for all you can eat, go to one of the resorts around the MK. I can vouch for 1900PF and Whispering Canyon Cafe (went to the WCC three times on our 2006 trip, when we stayed at the WL!) and from what I've read about Ohanas and Chef Mickey's they also sound pretty good. If you're just looking for a TS meal in the park, perhaps Crystal Palace, Tony's or the Plaza will be better options for you. Honestly, it can't be that much more mediocre than the LTT.

Cost:

4 TS credits used - 8 remaining
Bill Total - $153.32 (avg. $38.33ea)
Running Total - $2109.42

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Old 02-09-2011, 07:40 AM   #152
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Sorry to hear about the less than wonderful expierence at LTT. My DH would love the meal there regardless of how the beef was cooked or the taste of the ham, he is a big meat eater plus his mother is quite possibly the worst cook in the world. I do know what you speak of about the ham, my Dmil buys a large cut of ham has the butcher cut it in half and freezes it all the time, so I have tasted what you discribed. I have to say it is one meat that is not meant to be frozen(I think it is the water they add to it, I have noticed that this water/juice freezes and separates the fiber of the meat,when I have seen Dmil take it out of the freezer)
Sorry I ramble a lot.
I wonder if you had called the server over and explained about the beef if he would have brought out some that was more well done.
That price is a lot to pay pp if you are not on a DP and worse if the meal is not enjoyable.
Up in the air now about making an ADR, or just eating somewhere before we go to the MNSSHP.

Looking at the menu I just noticed what they charge for Pierre water which I sometimes will order, I have to assume that is pretty standard at all WDW restaurants

The dessert looked good as did the salad and bread. All in all not a bad meal but a tad overpriced.
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Sorry to hear about LTT. It is one of my family's favorties or I should say "My Favorite". Every year that we go, I make sure that there is a ressie for LTT. I guess it all depends on the day or when you go as with any other restaurant.

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Last time we went to LTT was when the characters were still there in 2007and we had a great meal.

Perrier water is chargable in all the restaurants in WDW as we found out last trip. As is still bottled water in many places too now (the ones that don't serve the dasani brand charged $$$ last trip including hddr and Kouzzina.)
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Old 02-09-2011, 04:18 PM   #155
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Sorry to hear about the less than wonderful expierence at LTT. My DH would love the meal there regardless of how the beef was cooked or the taste of the ham, he is a big meat eater plus his mother is quite possibly the worst cook in the world. I do know what you speak of about the ham, my Dmil buys a large cut of ham has the butcher cut it in half and freezes it all the time, so I have tasted what you discribed. I have to say it is one meat that is not meant to be frozen(I think it is the water they add to it, I have noticed that this water/juice freezes and separates the fiber of the meat,when I have seen Dmil take it out of the freezer)
Sorry I ramble a lot.
I wonder if you had called the server over and explained about the beef if he would have brought out some that was more well done.
That price is a lot to pay pp if you are not on a DP and worse if the meal is not enjoyable.
Up in the air now about making an ADR, or just eating somewhere before we go to the MNSSHP.

Looking at the menu I just noticed what they charge for Pierre water which I sometimes will order, I have to assume that is pretty standard at all WDW restaurants

The dessert looked good as did the salad and bread. All in all not a bad meal but a tad overpriced.
Yes I'm sure if we had asked the server for some better done beef he could have arranged it, but for us it was just one of those meals where you can't be bothered to make a complaint and you just want to get it over with.

As for the ham, it may well have been as you explained but I thought it was the processed variety, you know, the type where they get lots of different bits and pieces and mash them together into something that looks like a slice, but actually isn't. I'm not sure what the situation is in America but here in Australian supermarkets we often find that the cheaper ham slices are processed, while the more expensive ones are fresh meat straight off the bone. The texture of the ham just seemed a bit rubbery, which for us is a bit of a give-away.

However please by no means let our experience stop you from making an ADR if you like the sound of the LTT. Some parts of the meal were good and some of the not so good things could probably just be a result of the day we went. Before making this reservation (or any of our ADRs for that matter) we had read dozens of reviews and had to be confident before choosing each one. There are positive reviews of this place out there, so if you are interested in going, give it a try!

They also have a lunch menu too, which is a la carte. I think the dishes are a bit cheaper and they still have plenty of meat

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Sorry to hear about LTT. It is one of my family's favorties or I should say "My Favorite". Every year that we go, I make sure that there is a ressie for LTT. I guess it all depends on the day or when you go as with any other restaurant.

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I guess it does depend on the day. Perhaps also being there during the Christmas season is a factor, since I would assume that some of the top chefs would be given time off etc during this period.

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Last time we went to LTT was when the characters were still there in 2007and we had a great meal.

Perrier water is chargable in all the restaurants in WDW as we found out last trip. As is still bottled water in many places too now (the ones that don't serve the dasani brand charged $$$ last trip including hddr and Kouzzina.)
Yes it does seem that the majority of people do have a good experience at the LTT, I suppose we were just quite unfortunate on this day. Our meal would have been good too if not for just a few small problems.

I think it's probably fair for Disney to charge for the imported waters, although at some places we went they were more than happy to give us Perrier on the DDP so it still is quite dependent on the server
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Old 02-10-2011, 04:52 AM   #156
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Another day, another CS lunch!

It was another cold day, but at least this day we were better acclimatised and brought along plenty of extra clothes! We found ourselves at the Animal Kingdom and looked for a place to eat. I had originally planned on going to the Flame Tree Barbeque, but when we saw that the seating was outdoors we decided to go to Restaurantosaurus, which is the only CS restaurant at the AK with a true indoor seating area.

It turned out that many other people had the same idea and it was pretty crowded! However, the CM's were handling everything well and it wasn't too much of a problem.

The restaurant is definitely one of the largest CS places I had seen so far. In fact, I think the only place that came anywhere close to this in terms of size was Sunshine Seasons. The counters were there as you entered, and to the left and right were huge seating areas roughly equal in size. DD and I waited in the queue while DM and DS went to find a table.

One of the interesting things they did here was hand DDP guests a menu card as they entered. The menu had all the choices on it so people could figure out what they wanted. DD and I ended up ordering the 1/3 lb Angus Bacon Cheeseburger with fries ($8.79ea) and DM and DS both ordered the Shrimp Po' Boy with fries ($8.99ea). For dessert they had either chocolate mousse or cheesecake in a glass. DM got a cheesecake and the rest of us got the chocolate mousse ($3.59ea). To drink we got two Dasani waters ($2.50ea), one hot beverage ($2.19 I think?) and one large fountain beverage ($2.39 I think).

At this place, like many of the other CS places, you pay first and then proceed to a second desk to pick up your food. We could see the huge production line behind the counter through a little window and it was clear that they were going full speed to get everyone served! It probably took around 5-10mins to have our food prepared, but we didn't mind at all because it was prepared to order and we knew it would be fresh and good.

The beverages at this place are served at the self-serve fountains, so we just got the cups and could fill whatever we wanted with it. They had the regular selection of sodas, and they also had blue Powerade. I went with the blue Powerade. The hot drinks were also self-serve, I think DM and DD shared a coffee.

They also have a toppings bar! I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that the toppings bar had an attendant on hand that made sure everything was filled and the area was clean and hygienic. The toppings included all the regular salad items as well as a few hot items such as onions and mushrooms. They also had all the sauce you could desire. It's probably a bit difficult to take your tray to the toppings bar straightaway, but we had no problems by leaving the desserts and drinks at the table and then just taking our entrees over to fill up. I filled up my burger quite a bit!

We got a really, really good table to eat at. Some of you who have walked past or eaten at this place may remember something like a trailer as part of the outside decoration. This trailer is actually fully connected to the restaurant and we sat in there! The decor of the trailer was really cool, it had a jukebox and the seats were ultra comfy! We got like a booth just for the four of us, although it could probably have seated five or six. The other good thing about the trailer part is that there are just two tables there, one on either side and you aren't as exposed to the noise and the drama that might go on in the main room.

So enough of my ramblings, time for some pictures!

The Shrimp Po' Boy (along with the fries served with it and a chocolate mousse)



My burger (I told you I filled it! ) along with another mousse, the powerade, the hot beverage and the Dasani waters



And DM's cheesecake in a glass



I was just looking at that picture of the Shrimp Po' Boy and wishing I had ordered that instead, but I just asked DM and DS what they thought of it and they both told me that it was just alright! .

As for my Angus Bacon Cheeseburger, I really, really liked it. I hadn't really had a chance to eat a burger so far, so it was great that I was able to finally have one, and also great that it was a really good one! The Angus beef patty was good as was the bacon, and all the salad toppings were fresh and tasty. The fries were good too! Hot and crispy, as they should be. I would highly recommend this meal to anyone visiting Restaurantosaurus.

As for the desserts, they were very good. Sweet, tasty and a bit different to the usual CS desserts. I liked the way they were presented too. As for the drinks, well they were just regular fountain drinks. Refills are complimentary and we went to refill the hot drink, but the machine was broken and although the CM's offered to fix it, it just seemed like too much effort so we didn't bother. Also, make sure you get a lid with your cup when collecting your meal. They didn't give me a lid and I assumed the lids would be at the fountains, but alas they were not. Keep this in mind when ordering drinks!

I liked the decor of the place. It is quite large but they have still managed to decorate it nicely and keep the DinoLand theme running. And of course if you're lucky, you'll be sitting in the trailer like we were! The CM's were also really nice, the lady that took our order saw DD's anniversary badge (DD and DM's 20th anniversary) and asked if we had done anything special to celebrate. The CM that prepared our trays was efficient and everyone in the dining area was busy cleaning and helping people out.

So all in all I would recommend this place. It is an excellent place if you are looking for a CS meal during unusually hot or cold weather, since it's air-conditioned. The food isn't too bad either, and you get the chance to experience the famous Disney toppings bars which seem to be going out of fashion these days...

Comparing the cost to other places, it wasn't the greatest value for a DDP credit but it was still pretty good, and the meals were of a decent size. The somewhat cheaper prices here compared to other places makes it a good spot for those that aren't on the DDP, you get a good, generous sized meal for under $10, and as many refills as you like!

Cost:

4 CS credits used - 8 remaining
Bill Total - $63.37 (avg. $15.84ea)
Running Total - $2172.78

NEXT UP: A snack at the Kusafiri Bakery before dinner at Boma!
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Thanks for the great reviews. AK did not have drink lids and straws because they were a danger to animals but I think they have special paper straws now. We tried the new PO-boys at Port Orleans French Quarter and just like your family thought they were just ok. I think restaurantosaurus was a good choice for inside QS dining but pizzafari also offers indoor seating if you return. The pizza there is not so good though they have a nice Italian sandwich.
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No lids in Animal Kingdom! I was confused my first trip, but its to prevent the plastic from ending up in the animal's bellies if litter got scattered around.
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Thanks for the great reviews. AK did not have drink lids and straws because they were a danger to animals but I think they have special paper straws now. We tried the new PO-boys at Port Orleans French Quarter and just like your family thought they were just ok. I think restaurantosaurus was a good choice for inside QS dining but pizzafari also offers indoor seating if you return. The pizza there is not so good though they have a nice Italian sandwich.
Ahh, so both the AK park and the AK lodge do it? I was under the impression it was just the lodge for some reason . It appears that they have made an exception for the hot drinks though

Thanks for the suggestion about Pizzafari, I'll keep it in mind for the next trip

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I'll be reviewing LTT in my trip report soon and honestly we loved our meal although we ate during lunch so we didn't have a fixed menu. My mouth waters just thinking about our meal. It's about time for supper here now too.
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Very Enjoyable

Thanks for your Dining Report. Very well done and enjoyable.

My sister and I ducked into LTT at lunchtime one day when it was very hot and they were able to seat us! We had a la carte menu. Our meal was one of our favourite ever, in fact, we asked the server for a copy of the recipes and we still make them at home.
I wonder if we shouldn't send back inedible food, however?
Isn't this the only way that restaurants improve?
Looking forward to see how you like BOMA- our fav!!
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The shrimp po-boy looks so good. I know that's what I'm getting when we go..
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Kusafiri Bakery Snacks

At about 5:00pm on our day at the Animal Kingdom we decided to pick up some snacks at the Kusafiri Bakery. We still had credits to burn!

The bakery has a huge selection of bakery items available, as well as drinks.

Of course we had come to try some of the items we had heard about on the net.

The queue was quite long, but eventually we made it to the front and ordered two Brownie Paws (for DM, DS and DD), one Elephant Cupcake for me (both items were $3.99ea) and one cappuccino ($3.39)

They don't have too much seating at this place, but we were luckily able to get one of those high tables and we ate there.

So, without further ado, I present pictures!

The Elephant Cupcake (cappuccino in the background)



And the Brownie Paw



In regards to the elephant cupcake, it is a chocolate muffin with vanilla cream frosting. The frosting is covered in toasted coconut, and there was also some frosting in the middle but I don't remember what flavour it was. I liked it myself, it was large and quite good. As for the elephant on top, it is actually a white chocolate lollipop! (As I had read about at AJ's Disney Food Blog prior to going). However, DM didn't know this and she saw it lying on my plate and for some reason put it on the table, and there was no way I could eat it then! . So some advice here, make sure people know it's a lollipop otherwise stick it in your pocket or bag or something as soon as you get it!

The Paw Print Brownie was HUGE! It has a layer of brownie on the bottom, some chocolate ganache in the middle and then the frosting on top. This could easily be shared. DM, DS and DD couldn't finish the two brownies so they gave me some. It was really good! The only thing was that because we had a ressie at Boma just a few hours later we didn't want to finish the whole thing and be full for Boma so we left a bit at the end!

I didn't have a problem with the snacks, but the others thought that they were too well refrigerated. They said the brownies were rock-hard! I didn't find it a problem, but they would have preferred if they hadn't been as cold.

As for the cappuccino, it was prepared fresh by the staff and DM and DD enjoyed it.

So all in all, Kusafiri is probably a pretty good place to burn some credits at the AK.

Cost:

4 snack credits used - 8 remaining
Bill Total - $16.36 (avg. $4.09ea)
Running Total - $2189.14

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I can not imagine AK being cold, everytime I have visited that park it was crowded and sweltering hot. I think we are planning on doing Tuskers this trip to get the tix for the reserved seating at the finding nemo show.
All I ever read about is yak and yeti and flame tree bbq, was nice to see a review of someplace different at AK.

That po'boy sandwich looked good to me too but of course being diabetic more than likely I would have at the shrimp and left the bread, something I tend to do here at home. Just yesterday went out for lunch and ordered an open turkey sandwich, only took one bite of the bread and the waitress wanted to know if there was something wrong with the bread.

I need to start telling the servers when I order to hold the bread since I know I am not going to eat it.

That elephant muffin/cupcake looked and sounded great. We plan on using our snack credits at the F & W Festival , I wish I could use them for sweets.

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