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Old 06-12-2007, 06:33 AM   #1411
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5/29/07: DINE: New "Cake Hotline" for Guests requesting celebratory cakes at most Table Service dining locations. The Cake Hotline number is 407-827-2253 and requires 48 hours notice. Guests may request a 6-inch cake(non-personalized) upon arrival at the podium for $12.50+tax (no advance notice required).
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Old 06-12-2007, 03:48 PM   #1412
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Hi, can anyone tell me if there are pictures of cakes that they can produce at the Boardwalk? I know there are pictures on here but wondered if there was a list/pictures anywhere to look at as I don't really know what I want.

I want to get something delivered to Spoodles for my boyfriends birthday (and my marriage proposal!) so wanted to have a look at some options.

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Old 06-15-2007, 10:33 AM   #1413
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This thread is brilliant.

I thought I would include the cake my DH got for me from the Boardwalk Bakery. He told them what I liked and let them get on with it.
It was chocolate and delicious.


He can't remember exactly how much the cake was but he thinks it was about $20
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Old 06-15-2007, 01:29 PM   #1414
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okay we had an awful experience with a cake we ordered and paid $40 for a cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday last year at princess storybook dining the cake came while we were not at the table but up seeing the princess for a portait and that was it the waiter just left it there, and it was a plain square cake with a small picture of mickey in the middle of the cake
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Old 06-15-2007, 01:40 PM   #1415
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okay we had an awful experience with a cake we ordered and paid $40 for a cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday last year at princess storybook dining the cake came while we were not at the table but up seeing the princess for a portait and that was it the waiter just left it there, and it was a plain square cake with a small picture of mickey in the middle of the cake
Sounds like you did not get your cake.
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Old 06-15-2007, 01:47 PM   #1416
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This thread is brilliant.

I thought I would include the cake my DH got for me from the Boardwalk Bakery. He told them what I liked and let them get on with it.
It was chocolate and delicious.


He can't remember exactly how much the cake was but he thinks it was about $20

That looks nice. Did he order it ahead of time or did he just walk in and get it? I think that is what we are going to try this year instead of ordering just seeing what they have there.
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Old 06-15-2007, 04:21 PM   #1417
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too many posts to look thru!

Ok, so I'm lazy right now! Can you just order a cake from the Boardwalk Bakery, even if you are not a hotel guest there? How does that work? Then you just go and pick it up and bring it back to your resort?
Thanks for any help! I get lost in this thread!

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Old 06-15-2007, 04:59 PM   #1418
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Ok, so I'm lazy right now! Can you just order a cake from the Boardwalk Bakery, even if you are not a hotel guest there? How does that work? Then you just go and pick it up and bring it back to your resort?
Thanks for any help! I get lost in this thread!

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Boardwalk Bakery is an actual bakery on the Boardwalk. You can walk in and pick up one that's already made or you can try and call them to request something special. I believe the number is on page one of this thread.

Or, if you are staying onsite, you could just call the cake 'hot line' and arrange it at your resort that way. I believe the 'hot line' number is also on page one.
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I'd love for folks to weigh in with more recent cake experiences to hear how things are the same or different since the centralized "cake hotline" has come up! Have they standardized the options at all? Is the information more consistant? Or is it just a referral line that transfers you to the appropriate restaurant/bakery?
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This thread is brilliant.

I thought I would include the cake my DH got for me from the Boardwalk Bakery. He told them what I liked and let them get on with it.
It was chocolate and delicious.


He can't remember exactly how much the cake was but he thinks it was about $20
I hope are cake is like this one. I order a chocolate cake for my sister birthday at CRT, but I asked them to pur Ariel on it. I just hope it is the same kind of cake that one looks so good.

Thank You for sharing.
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Old 06-16-2007, 12:37 AM   #1421
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I'd love for folks to weigh in with more recent cake experiences to hear how things are the same or different since the centralized "cake hotline" has come up! Have they standardized the options at all? Is the information more consistant? Or is it just a referral line that transfers you to the appropriate restaurant/bakery?
It just transfers you to the resort you press button for, but it's convenient.
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Old 06-16-2007, 05:52 AM   #1422
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I hope are cake is like this one. I order a chocolate cake for my sister birthday at CRT, but I asked them to pur Ariel on it. I just hope it is the same kind of cake that one looks so good.

Thank You for sharing.
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Here's my CRT cake. It was 8 inches and it was $25.
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Old 06-16-2007, 07:18 AM   #1423
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Curious as what folks do w/the leftover cake. Will the restaurant box it and hold it there until you're done in the parks? Just curious, what is the slipper dessert - I've seen pictures of it but what is it made of? It looks like white chocolate w/mousse on something. Not sure if DD4 would rathar have that or a cake. Any reviews on the taste of the slipper?

We're staying at the Poly so maybe I'll have an 8" cake delivered to our room through in room dining and not worry about carrying leftover cake around the parks.
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Old 06-16-2007, 01:54 PM   #1424
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We gave our left over cake to the staffs at each restaurant (CRT and LeCellier) to enjoy in their break rooms. There was no way we could eat any more and we didn't feel like taking them back with us.
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Old 06-16-2007, 02:36 PM   #1425
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I haven't ordered a cake yet for our anniversary dinner for CRT. I'm not much of a cake eater (I didn't even eat any of our wedding cake. Crazy, I know) I was wondering if there is anything else they could do besides cake.
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