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Old 09-09-2006, 11:15 AM   #256
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FYI if you want something specific the GF bakery can do almost anything. I asked for specific things based on the photos on this thread. I wanted white chocolate filling, white icing, pink hibiscus flowers and Cinderellas slipper on the top of a 8 inch cake and they said that would be fine. I cant wait !!!
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Old 09-09-2006, 11:46 AM   #257
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They do some cakes at AKL just not the fancy ones. I was told since they don't do meetings and conventions there that when the pastry chef left the person was not replaced. the regular chefs do the cakes.
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Old 09-09-2006, 02:08 PM   #259
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Okay, we've decided to have DD's birthday dinner at Chef Mickey's next month, because she prefers Mickey to Cinderella. I called the GF to inquire about a cake and ask if they deliver to other restaurants. They do. The delivery fee is $75 on top of the cost of the cake.

I don't think I want to pay that much.

She suggested I call the CR and gave me the number. The CM there said I need to speak with someone at Chef M's directly, because they have their own chef. So, I left a message. If I can't get something acceptable from CM's then I'll try the MK bakery. We'll be at the MK that day anyway, so it won't be any trouble to pick it up and take it over to CM's if necessary, I'm thinking.

It would have been so much easier if DD wanted a Cinderella birthday, LOL...1900 Park Fare, her Cinderella dress, a lovely princessy cake. But no, she wants Mickey, she'll wear her Minnie dress, and she wants a cake with "Mickey, Minnie, hearts and flowers" on it. Sheesh. I'll do my best, LOL.
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Wow.... I honestly don't think I would pay a delivery fee of 75 dollars that's a bit steep. If it was a wedding cake I could understand that, but a birthday cake is a bit steep. I think I would check elsewhere. You might try Boardwalk bakery I know they do the Mickey cake that looks like his head, so they probably could do something along what you are wanting.
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Old 09-09-2006, 11:32 PM   #261
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We are staying at AKL in Nov. I called and talked to the private dinning and she said you can delivery cakes to the room. We are having a Zebra striped looking cake for our anniversary and I am having a Mickey Mouse cake for my DD's. Just call the private dinning and she can help.
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Old 09-11-2006, 01:11 PM   #262
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For those that ordered a cake at 1900 park fare, did you call GF Bakery directly? I called them last week and left a message, but have not received a call back yet. I'm just wondering if I should call again or does it take a while? TIA.
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Old 09-11-2006, 01:26 PM   #263
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I called the GF directly and asked for private dining. they can do the basic orders. In my case since I had very specific ideas on what I wanted the Private dining person (Pat) put me on hold and walked my order to GF bakery and had someone there help me.
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I called the GF directly and asked for private dining. they can do the basic orders. In my case since I had very specific ideas on what I wanted the Private dining person (Pat) put me on hold and walked my order to GF bakery and had someone there help me.
What kind of special cake were you able to order?? I called last week and told them I wanted something special for my SIL's anniv. but she doesn't eat cake....can't tolerate the icing. I told him she will eat pound cake or strawberry shortcake and also asked if they do giant cookies. He suggested doing ganache instead of icing but I was limited to either choc. cake w/ choc. mousse filling and choc. ganache or white cake, van. mousse filling and white choc. ganache. I didn't think they were very helpful....so I would like to know if they helped you out more or if anybody has any better luck. Should I call back???? We are doing this for Sat. night so I would really appreciate any fast responses.


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can you order a cake for ANY restaurant? i was looking to have for 50 prime time but did not see the # listed anywhere. do i just tell the front desk ahead of time? the only problem is we will be going there the night we arrive so it doesn't give much lead way. Also do you pay for the cake when you order it or once diner is over?
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Old 09-11-2006, 10:58 PM   #266
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Here is the cake I had done for our reservation at GF Tea

Cake was 8" marble with choc. moouse filling for $25. Cindy cake topper was $15. It was delicous


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Snoopygirl -

The cake I ordered was a normal 8" round with white chocolate filling and Icing. The reason they had me talk directly to the GF bakery was because of the special decorations I wanted.

Not sure what your SIL health problem is but you might ask if the cake could be made with Splenda if that is the issue.
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I am so sorry that I cant get through all of the wonderful pages on this thread b/c I have to run out and do my "its down to the Disney wire" errands! (I hate last minutes errands)

anywho, I am sure this quwation has been asked a million times, here goes- - I was trying to get a small cake or choc covered strawberries delivered to my room at POFQ for our "Lucky" 13th Anniversary- maybe like a haunted mansion theme-- (Lucky 13-- blah blah) - I talked to the food court poeple and they said I can just pick up a cake there

I wanted a nice one like you all had on the boards. I am leaving in 2 days and would like to know if there is anyway I can get one delivered to my room from another hotel?

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I am so sorry that I cant get through all of the wonderful pages on this thread b/c I have to run out and do my "its down to the Disney wire" errands! (I hate last minutes errands)

anywho, I am sure this quwation has been asked a million times, here goes- - I was trying to get a small cake or choc covered strawberries delivered to my room at POFQ for our "Lucky" 13th Anniversary- maybe like a haunted mansion theme-- (Lucky 13-- blah blah) - I talked to the food court poeple and they said I can just pick up a cake there

I wanted a nice one like you all had on the boards. I am leaving in 2 days and would like to know if there is anyway I can get one delivered to my room from another hotel?

Thanks! eeek --gotta run!
We are getting a castle cake delivered to our room from the Grand Floridian bakery. They don't deliver, but the girl I have been working with at SOG where we are staying has been wonderful and is picking it up herself. I am not sure if you could have someone at your hotel do this?
If not you can have a special cake done at one of the TS you will be eating at.
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mgm cake order

i want o order a cake to be delivered at 50's prime time, who do i call i tried some # off the mainlist but none work (ordering wise)
anyone have the # for prime time directly?
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