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Old 09-22-2012, 12:08 PM   #16
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Le cellier
Rose and crown
Bier garten
Prime time 50s
Brown derby
Casey's
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Old 09-22-2012, 01:17 PM   #17
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I've hit all but 5 WDW restaurants and my choices for a first visit for adults with good food using dining plan would be:

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Sanaa (for AK Day)
Turf Club (at SSR)
Biergarten (Epcot Day)
Paradiso 37 (DTD)

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Brown Derby (DHS Day-Fantasmic Pkg)

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Ca Grill (MK Day)

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Tangierine Cafe (Epcot)
Columbia Harbor House (MK)
Flame Tree BBQ (AK)
Wolfgang Puck Express (DTD)
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Old 09-22-2012, 02:47 PM   #18
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EPCOT-Le Cellier's is a great signature place place, but if you're a fan of some entertaining hibachi and tasty food, Teppan Edo is AMAZING! A lot of people complain about the portion size decreasing, but in my opinion there was so much food when I went in May that I don't know if I'd be able to finish anymore!

DHS-Sci-Fi Dining has a pretty cool atmosphere, but if you're looking more for amazing food over atmosphere, I fell in love with the Hollywood Brown Derby. Maybe you could even reserve to eat with an Imagineer. It's a fascinating experience that presents a great opportunity to learn so much about Disney. Mama Melrose is also a good choice if you like Italian food.

AK-The Yak & Yeti is a great place for a pan Asian experience. Even if you have picky eaters in your family, you can get some basic Chinese food. If you like trying new things, you have to go here!

Sorry I don't have one for Magic Kingdom. I would definitely suggest Cinderella's Royal Table if you change your mind about the character dining. The princesses make everyone blush!

Hope you love whatever you end up choosing. In Disney you're bound to have great food considering all the food is seasoned with some pixie dust.
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:07 AM   #19
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From this past trip last month, my must do's:

TS
Boma
Garden Grill

CS:
WPE
Contempo Cafe
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:46 AM   #20
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-California Grill
-Citricos
-Artist Point

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-Tokyo Dining
-Les Chefs de France
-Crystal Palace breakfast (does have characters, but we love the breakfast buffet here)
-Boma breakfast (haven't done dinner yet, doing it this trip!)

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-Columbia Harbour House in MK for tuna sandwich and fried basket
-Pecos Bill's in MK
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:37 AM   #21
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Our must do's are Chefs of France and Kouzzina!
Kouzzina is on the Boardwalk, which you might enjoy since you have no kiddos. The ESPN zone is there as well as Jelly Rolls and the Atlantic Dance Hall. We like strolling on the Boardwalk in the evenings and watching the performers before we eat at Kouzzina and then maybe over to ESPN zone for a beer.
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