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Old 08-02-2012, 04:32 AM   #16
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I wasn't impressed with the "moose" either. We love LeCellier and go every trip but last trip, we did something a little different. We went to LeCellier for lunch then about 2 hours later went to Chefs de France for dessert. It worked perfectly because we had lunch, went to Candada, England and France and by then we were ready for dessert instead of leaving lunch stuffed. We timed it perfectly too because we even got to see Reme!
This sounds like an amazing plan...oh my my!...I must get to the WDW site NOW!
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Old 08-02-2012, 08:03 AM   #17
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I thought the maple creme brulee was amazing. I couldn't get enough of it.


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I know the chocolate mousse is "the thing," but honestly, I thought it tasted not right and I thought the presentation was a little... Gimmicky and childish... For a signature dining.


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Old 08-02-2012, 02:56 PM   #18
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I love the S'mores but haven't been to Le celliier for a while, do they still have this. We'll be eating here in 36 days.
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I love the S'mores but haven't been to Le celliier for a while, do they still have this. We'll be eating here in 36 days.
Last October it was available at lunch, but not at dinner.

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I know the chocolate mousse is "the thing," but honestly, I thought it tasted not right and I thought the presentation was a little... Gimmicky and childish... For a signature dining.
I think it's cute, but agree that it doesn't really fit the ambiance that a "Signature" meal tries to convey. I thought that might be why it's on the children's dessert menu, but not on the adult dessert menu at dinner.
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I've never loved the chocolate "moose" or maple crème brûlée. But in May, I really enjoyed their take on a "Nanaimo bar" with mocha gelato and pop rocks. It was fun, tasty, and based on an authentic Canadian dessert.



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Old 08-02-2012, 05:26 PM   #21
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I just managed to snag a Le Cellier lunch reservation for 9/27!
(there's still one out there for 9/26 party of 2 if anyone is interested!)

Anyway, this will be our first time at Le Cellier, and I know I want to get the fillet, but I was wondering what everyone thinks is the best dessert?
Any thoughts?
I'm a huge chocolate fan, but having said that...Love the maple creme brulee!
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