|02-16-2013, 01:13 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2012
Do you think I chose good Epcot TS restaurants?
I am doing last minute changes before I make ADR's for my trip. I have thought of each place, and found reasons why not, and why, and then I came down to marrakesh and san angel inn. They are both for dinner, and we are 3 adults and 2 kids (9 and 13)
I will tell you my reasons why not for the other restaurants, and if you disagree with my reasons, or still think I should change some thing please let me know.
Le Cellier: 2 credits, small portions, can get steak anywhere
Rose & Crown: not a fan of british food, and go to the UK it self a lot
Chefs de France: herd too many bad reviews of this place about food and service, and also small portions
Monsieur Paul: 2 credits, menu doesn't appeal to my family
Marrakesh: I chose this one because its hard to find Moroccan food around here, and I love the royal or marrakesh feast, in facet does anyone know if you can get those on the regular DDP?
Teppan Edo: Sitting in groups, menu doesn't appeal to me, and I have a good japanese place where I live
Tokyo Dining: Same as Teppan Edo, just not sitting in groups
Tutto Italia: Can get Italian food anywhere, small portions
Via Napoli: To small pizza, cannot get large or mezzo metro for 1 person on DDP.
Biergarten: sitting in groups, buffet menu doesn't appeal to us.
Nine Dragons: herd bad reviews, and have good chinese place in my home town.
Akershus: Have CRT ADR's, menu doesn't appeal to me.
La Hacienda de San Angel: I think San Angel Inn has better food, also not as romantic as san angel inn.
San Angel Inn: I chose this because, even though I have mexican in my hometown, this seems so much better, and while waiting for food, you can watch the boat pass by, food appeals to me, huge portions, and romantic atmosphere. Does anyone know if you can climb the pyramid inside San Angel Inn?
So do you think I made good choices? Please tell me if you disagree with something I stated, or you think I should still switch?
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