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Old 01-11-2013, 09:52 AM   #1276
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Ariel cake for dinner at Chef Mickey's?

We have reservations at the Chef Mickey's on 1/22 for 5 adults and 4 children. We'd like to get a "fancy cake" for my niece, who's turning 5. She looooves Ariel. From what it sounds like, Chef Brian is the guy to talk to. I've spent an hour combing this thread, and the other "Cake Chatter" threads, but only came across 2 Ariel designs. Could anyone post pics or links to any great Ariel-themed cakes? Thanks so much in advance!
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:20 PM   #1277
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I will be in WDW for my daughter's BD on 2/6, dinner is at Teppan Edo. She is a huge Stitch fan - does anyone know if I can get a chocolate Stitch to go on the cake there? Is there any place I can see a photo of the chocolate Stitch figure?
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:14 PM   #1278
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Unfortunately, the white chocolate figures are only available at a few of the Deluxe Disney resorts and locations serviced by them (which Teppan Edo is not). Complete info is in Posts #1 & #2.

Here are some photos of Stitch for you:



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Old 01-12-2013, 08:37 PM   #1279
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Unfortunately, the white chocolate figures are only available at a few of the Deluxe Disney resorts and locations serviced by them (which Teppan Edo is not). Complete info is in Posts #1 & #2.

Here are some photos of Stitch for you:
Thanks for the pix, that would be so perfect, but she insists on Teppan Edo for her BD dinner, so I guess I'll just get her a cake without Stitch!! Thanks again!
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We have reservations at the Chef Mickey's on 1/22 for 5 adults and 4 children. We'd like to get a "fancy cake" for my niece, who's turning 5. She looooves Ariel. From what it sounds like, Chef Brian is the guy to talk to. I've spent an hour combing this thread, and the other "Cake Chatter" threads, but only came across 2 Ariel designs. Could anyone post pics or links to any great Ariel-themed cakes? Thanks so much in advance!
I had a really cool idea for an Ariel cake, but I just couldn't stomach the potential cost for my idea. Not sure what your budget is...but if it's on the higher end...it might work. It involved the sandcastle topper ($160 just for the topper)...fondant marbled to look like water...see grass & coral climbing the sides and back of the cake...edible images of Ariel and Flounder swimming front & center w/Sebastian spying on them through the sea grass just off from the center portion of the cake.

I scrapped the idea b/c I couldn't see spending that much on the topper, but it would turn out to be a cool cake if they could do it.
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Unfortunately, the white chocolate figures are only available at a few of the Deluxe Disney resorts and locations serviced by them (which Teppan Edo is not). Complete info is in Posts #1 & #2.

Here are some photos of Stitch for you:



OH MY GOD!!! I'm freakin out! I need to book a holiday just to get one of these!! Need a lottery win to pay the holiday first though
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Chef Pat is for Grand Floridian...correct?
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Any Test Track cakes

Want to get DD a cake for Chef Mickey in March. Has anyone ever done or seen a Test Track cake? Also considering a fireworks cake for DM that is going to be on trip to celebrate retirement. Saw one of those posted here but if anyone else has other pics to share I would love to see them.
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Hi cake fans ! I've been meaning to post these pictures that I took over the holidays. Barney's in NYC had a Disney-themed holiday window display and inside they had some cakes on display for special order. Thought they might be of interest to my fellow Disney cake fans .





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I had a really cool idea for an Ariel cake, but I just couldn't stomach the potential cost for my idea. Not sure what your budget is...but if it's on the higher end...it might work. It involved the sandcastle topper ($160 just for the topper)...fondant marbled to look like water...see grass & coral climbing the sides and back of the cake...edible images of Ariel and Flounder swimming front & center w/Sebastian spying on them through the sea grass just off from the center portion of the cake.

I scrapped the idea b/c I couldn't see spending that much on the topper, but it would turn out to be a cool cake if they could do it.
Not sure if you have seen my Ariel cake (look for my post in my profile) I got it from GF through Pat. I only got a 6 inch cake, there was only 2 of us. I gave them total creative control. It cost $80. I was charged a little extra for my filling choices.
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Yes, but she's the private dining contact. They don't let you work directly with the pastry chefs at the Grand Floridian.
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:21 AM   #1287
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Hi all,

Wow, great thread! Question - we are having dinner at 1900 Park Fare for my niece's 9th Birthday in July. Do we contact the Grand Floridian for a custom cake or the resturant directly?

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Grand Floridian private dining - see Post #2 for info.
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Old 01-15-2013, 03:30 PM   #1290
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I dont even know where to start, I have never ordered a cake at Disney World. I could look at all the pretty cakes for days. We will be going to Disney in February and I thought about ordering an early birthday cake for my godchild.

I do not want to spend much, and would rather stay $50 or below. She loves just plain white cake/van icing. I saw the simple cakes for around $30. Is there anything else around my price range that is more "kiddie". She would be happy with a simple cake with just a disney character on it. I just want her to feel special and have a little something for her as a surprise.

Any ideas would help! Thanks!
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