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Old 07-01-2011, 02:23 PM   #286
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Hi Linda

I must admit I totally fell in love with the coconut chicken curry soup at Boma a few years ago - it wasn't really like a soup though - more of a curry.

As you are coming to the end of this review - when are you next back in the bosom of Disney?
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Old 07-01-2011, 03:13 PM   #287
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Wonderful reviews and pictures. Thanks for taking the time to post them.
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Old 07-01-2011, 03:20 PM   #288
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Hi Linda,

sorry I have been MIA for a while, but we had a little hickup along the way to our summer trip and it needed to be dealt with.

But I am now back and LOVED hearing about Jiko! I am VERY excited about it, as we will visit next month!
I really really hope your DH's dessert is still on the menu - right up my street.

As for AP - we liked our meal last year but were not so impressed that we will be returning this summer.
The salmon is devine - like you said, cooked to perfection. I had that same dish and loved it too!

I didn't know there is an EoS in London. Hm, that trip to London looks more interesting by the minute!

No fun seeing your review coming to an end! Hope you get to go back real soon!
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Old 07-02-2011, 02:09 AM   #289
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Love the caption on the Darth Vader cupcake!

That AP salmon looks great, I wish that's what I had ordered when I went.
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:34 AM   #290
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Hi Linda

I must admit I totally fell in love with the coconut chicken curry soup at Boma a few years ago - it wasn't really like a soup though - more of a curry.

As you are coming to the end of this review - when are you next back in the bosom of Disney?
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I thought the soups at Boma were amazing

Not too long before I go back the The World, we are going in October for Food & Wine

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Hi Linda,

sorry I have been MIA for a while, but we had a little hickup along the way to our summer trip and it needed to be dealt with.

But I am now back and LOVED hearing about Jiko! I am VERY excited about it, as we will visit next month!
I really really hope your DH's dessert is still on the menu - right up my street.

As for AP - we liked our meal last year but were not so impressed that we will be returning this summer.
The salmon is devine - like you said, cooked to perfection. I had that same dish and loved it too!

I didn't know there is an EoS in London. Hm, that trip to London looks more interesting by the minute!

No fun seeing your review coming to an end! Hope you get to go back real soon!
Hi Karin
It can't be long until your next trip now?
We are heading back in October for F&W, we are both really excited

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Love the caption on the Darth Vader cupcake!

That AP salmon looks great, I wish that's what I had ordered when I went.
The salmon was wonderful you will have to go again some time and order it
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Old 07-02-2011, 12:18 PM   #291
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Great review of AP! We are also eating here on our last night and I am going to be ordering the Salmon and Cobbler so was glad to read good things about both dishes.

Am sad to read that this DR is coming to an end as have enjoyed it so much
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Old 07-04-2011, 04:29 AM   #292
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Great review of AP! We are also eating here on our last night and I am going to be ordering the Salmon and Cobbler so was glad to read good things about both dishes.

Am sad to read that this DR is coming to an end as have enjoyed it so much
Can't wait to hear what you think of AP
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:02 AM   #293
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Those cupcakes look like a lil piece of heaven

Artist point sounds great, the pictures were awesome, here I go again starting to second guess my ADR's. When we switched resorts I made a ADR for AP, was going to cancel our Le Cellier but ended up keeping Le Cellier. Oh what to do ?

I am another one who is sorry to see your reviews coming to an end, they have been some of the best I have read.
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:39 AM   #294
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Yet More Waffles!

Saturday May 28th 2011

I must admit we didn’t have the usual spring in our step as we headed down to Roaring Fork this morning

Today we were flying home

So, better make this a great breakfast

There were two options on the Waffle menu in Roaring Fork that we were yet to try; one of them was the chocolate waffles which I just wasn’t feeling so we decided to split some of the delicious Wilderness Waffles between us



Wilderness Waffles

We also got an order of the other option we had yet to try



Bananas Foster Waffles

Oh my word, these were just sensational

We asked them to hold the bacon on both orders and we had extra whipped cream instead ............ yep the wise and healthy choice

We each ate half and then swopped plates, I started with the Bananas Foster Waffles and it was very, very hard to hand the plate over once I had worked my way through my half but I had to do it in the interest of marital harmony; a flight back to London would not be fun if DH was ignoring me

The banana fosters sauce was creamy, delicious and lick the plate good

The Wilderness Waffles were just as delicious as the ones we had eaten earlier in our trip so it wasn’t too much of a hardship to finish the rest of the plate

I was always really impressed with Roaring Fork, everything we ordered here was well prepared and very fresh plus the CMs were always friendly and helpful and if we encountered a long line we always found that popping back 10 minutes later would present a totally different picture

We filled out mugs for the last time and sat by the pool for a while before we had to face the inevitable ……… it was time to check out

Not to worry, there is still time for one more yummy meal before we were subjected to the in-flight delights of Virgin Atlantic

Next Up ……………… Wolfgang Puck Express
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Those cupcakes look like a lil piece of heaven

Artist point sounds great, the pictures were awesome, here I go again starting to second guess my ADR's. When we switched resorts I made a ADR for AP, was going to cancel our Le Cellier but ended up keeping Le Cellier. Oh what to do ?

I am another one who is sorry to see your reviews coming to an end, they have been some of the best I have read.
Thanks for your lovely comments
You can easily drive yourself crazy by second guessing your ADRs all the time
I try to stick with my original plans as much as possible .......... there is ALWAYS the next trip
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:51 AM   #296
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I surely could go for some of those waffles this am.

I am thinking perhaps we can go there on our last day too, not sure if we will have time since our flight is at 11:30 am so ME pickup should be around 8:30am
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Old 07-04-2011, 07:15 AM   #297
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Bananas Foster Waffles - yum, yum, yum

I am so getting these when we stay at VWL in October

Thanks for your incredible reviews Linda, I am so sad they are coming to an end
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Old 07-04-2011, 07:40 AM   #298
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Just what I needed - those waffles look gorgeous, thanks for posting
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Old 07-04-2011, 01:14 PM   #299
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Mmmmmmmmmm! Waffles!

So sad you are coming to the end of your wonderful report!
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Old 07-04-2011, 03:07 PM   #300
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So my hubby is sitting right here next to me as I pull up your dining review and he spies the waffles...then he tells me that we have to drive over to the WL in Oct and get them...every day

The banana fosters waffle looks amazing, hope they still have them in Oct!
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