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Old 06-02-2011, 07:37 AM   #1
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Talking Greetings From England – The Brits Are Back!! **COMPLETED 07/05**

Hello everyone

We’ve just got back from a wonderful two week vacation at WDW and I can’t wait to tell you all about the yummy food we ate

I had such fun writing my last dining review that I thought I would give it another go and would love for you all to come along for the ride.

Think of this review as my way of inviting you all to join us for breakfast, lunch and dinner with the odd cocktail thrown in without you having to actually consume the calories and endure the pain of elasticated pants and jogging on the spot in front of your computer for the next 6 months

So who are we and what’s the background to this trip?


Me – 43 years young and the main planner of our Disney trips.

I don’t eat meat but I do eat fish and almost anything else.

I have been known to enjoy the occasional adult beverage

DH – 44 (he’ll be 45 by the end of this review but we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt)

He is happy for me to plan our trips from start to finish and is the best travelling companion in the world

He will try most things and isn’t a fussy eater but he is a carnivore at heart and would be more than happy to fill his entire plate with meat, meat and more meat.


We stayed at the Wilderness Lodge, which by the way was wonderful, and slotted in a three day cruise on The Disney Dream into the middle of our vacation.

We had the DDP for the full two weeks which was our first experience of the Disney Dining Plan


May 14th – May 28th 2011

Here are just some of the places we tried (click the links for individual reviews)

Roaring Fork
Breakfast At Roaring Fork & A Quick Stop At La Cava Del Tequila!
Tangierine Café & Some Italian & German Treats
Le Cellier
Whispering Canyon Café
Chip 'n' Dale's Campfire Sing-Along'
Contempo Café
Starring Rolls, Backlot Express & The Tune In Lounge
Earl Of Sandwich, Captain Cook’s And Some Liquid Refreshments!
Roaring Fork, MK Snack & Wishes Dessert Party
A Day At Wilderness Lodge
Yachtsman Steakhouse
Crystal Palace & Typhoon Lagoon
Hoop Dee Doo Review
Tamu Tamu Refreshments & AK Snacks
Via Napoli
Earl Of Sandwich - Take 2
Starring Rolls Café
Territory Lounge & Artist Point
Roaring Fork Waffles (Again!)
Wolfgang Puck Express

Disney Dream

Animator's Palate
Tow Mater Grill & Luigi's Pizza
Enchanted Garden
Castaway Cay
Royal Palace
Royal Palace Breakfast

I Hope you can join me as I re-live our little culinary adventure as I count down the days until we return in October for our first ever food and wine festival

Last edited by Linda67; 07-06-2011 at 04:55 AM.
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