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Old 03-18-2013, 09:42 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by davedmaine View Post
Perfectly said.. Too many people here rely on restaurant advice from strangers (often who are only spouting off what they heard about a place). If you think you want to try it, then try it. Best example is Le Cellier -- used to get rave reviews and you'd think it was sent from heaven if you read the old reviews here.. Then as soon as it went to two credits on the dining plan, everyone hated it. The food was the same, but people couldn't stomach the two credits. If it had always been 2 credits, it would still be a favorite.
True! I remember all the raves about Le Cellier for a while. I still like to hear what people think of a place, though. Thanks!
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:46 AM   #17
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It is one of our favorites but we like home style food. It is a bit of a greasy meal. You can ask to substitute the collared greens for green beans or carrots (that is what they offered my mother as a substitute last week). My favorite is the sampler. It is a heavy meal so I tend not to eat much for the rest of the day. We do lunch.
Hm, I can get greasy food at home We are having a big meal that night, so maybe a heavy meal isn't the best choice for this day. Thank you!
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While most of their entrees can be heavy, the olive oil poached salmon was very good and seemed like a lighter option. I also think their meals are large enough that you can split it.
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they do have a very tasty ceasar salad that is a good option and not heavy at all we love the place...try the peanut butter and jelly shake it is delicious
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so the salmon was yummy? the description of it sounded blah, but I am glad to hear it was tasty! was this recent that you had it?
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After many visits to wdw we finally tried 50s and we just might have to go every trip now; it was a fave meal for myself, DH, picky DD11, and shy DS6. So much food! We did a late lunch and didn't eat again that day. Oh that PB&J shake was amazing. I do also love the sandwiches at Starring Rolls if you want to eat lighter at HS (and get there before they are gone and closed!)

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