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Old 11-15-2012, 12:50 PM   #1
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Best breakfast or lunch options

We are going to have a slow morning on the night we are going to MVMCP so I am looking for a great breakfast or lunch. The problem is that this is kind of a last minute trip so we don't have too many choices.

We are staying at Wilderness Lodge and have never eaten at WC - should we try breakfast or lunch there? I think the kids would like the atmosphere if they are doing the fun stuff we read about.

What about Boma - is it worth driving over there to try it? I've been there for dinner.

Any other ideas in case I find openings as I check in the next few weeks? My mom LOVES Crystal Palace but of course it is booked. I also don't know if I want to deal with going to MK since we will be going there later.

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Old 11-15-2012, 01:08 PM   #2
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What about Boma - is it worth driving over there to try it? I've been there for dinner.
Boma is one of my favorite breakfast places at WDW. They have a few African-influenced items and then a lot of the traditional American options as well. My family makes a point of driving there for breakfast at least once.
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:00 PM   #3
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The great thing about a slow day is that you can go almost anywhere.

I really like your Boma idea (nice for a good late breakfast/brunch with tons of variety and great selections that should keep everyone feeling full for the better part of the day).

Some other ideas to consider for a very low key breakfast or lunch (these restaurants get mostly positive reviews, are not outrageously expensive (for Disney) and getting an ADR shouldn't be a problem):

Kona Cafe
Grand Floridian Cafe

And if you'd like to see characters:

Cape May Cafe (relatively low key compared to other character breakfasts and the food and selection are quite good IMO)
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:08 PM   #4
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I would highly recommend Kona
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:14 PM   #5
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The great thing about a slow day is that you can go almost anywhere.

I really like your Boma idea (nice for a good late breakfast/brunch with tons of variety and great selections that should keep everyone feeling full for the better part of the day).

Some other ideas to consider for a very low key breakfast or lunch (these restaurants get mostly positive reviews, are not outrageously expensive (for Disney) and getting an ADR shouldn't be a problem):

Kona Cafe
Grand Floridian Cafe

And if you'd like to see characters:

Cape May Cafe (relatively low key compared to other character breakfasts and the food and selection are quite good IMO)
I agree with the above. Also think about some CS options. At Epcot you can snack around the WS.

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Old 11-15-2012, 08:07 PM   #6
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We had breakfast at Boma last month... YUM! We're going to have a tough time deciding whether to go there for breakfast or dinner on future trips (we loved Boma's dinner when we ate there 2 years ago).

We also really enjoyed Cape May for breakfast last year.

Have only done WCC for dinner, and from what I have read, you don't get the same antics (at least not as much) for breakfast. But since you are staying at WL, I'd say give it a try.
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