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Old 12-13-2010, 03:22 PM   #31
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We ate here twice in Dec 2010 - overpriced yet still in our view some of the best value in the vastly overpriced village. Unlike other establishments the service was warm and attentive. The starters are easily big enough for two to share. I had the prawn fajita's which though pricey were very tasty.

Cocktails are excellent (Try the Dark Knight - yum!) and very reasonable at 8.50.
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Old 02-11-2011, 05:30 PM   #32
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We ate here on Monday 7th February just after the park closed at 6pm.We were seated immediately although the restaurant was very busy.Yes the tables are very close together but there was lots and lots to look at on the walls.

We had 2 kids meals

Hotdog E11.50


Mac was disappointed with the size of his hotdog.We tried to get him to take an adults meal but he chose the kids meal.He also had ice cream and a drink

and Chicken E11.50


Jacob said his was very nice and he also had a chocolate mousse which he loved......J is a chocoholic


I had mixed steak and chicken fajitas E22.90



It came with 4 tortillas and were tasty although I do prefer my fajitas a bit more spicy

Rod had ribeye steak with pepper sauce E24.50



He says it was the best steak he had much much better than Cafe Mickeys

There was the obligatory photographer around and he did take a lovely picture of us and the boys but we didn't buy it.

The meal along with 2 large beers came to E85.40.I completely forgot about using the 20% in the Brits guide which I had carried with me all day.....duh

The service was quick and attentive
We rated this 4 out of 5
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Old 03-15-2011, 10:44 AM   #33
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When we went to Planet Hollywood we shared this amazing bbq chicken appetizer. Texas Tostadas. They were great, I think they should do a main course version of it.



Then I had the rib eye, which I thought was really expensive for the quality but still good. The chips were really nice though and the steak was cooked perfectly for me (rare). When you come to France at least you know they'll know what you mean by rare.

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Old 04-01-2013, 09:06 AM   #34
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We ate here once on our trip 17th March to 23 March 2013 and loved it . The atmosphere was great, there was so much to look at and the food was yummy. We went when it was quite quiet and the service was good. We used the 20% discount from the Brit Guide which made it quite a reasonably priced meal (for DLRP ). Would definitely go here again .
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Old 10-23-2013, 04:56 AM   #35
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We ate here on 17th October and to be honest it wasn't great! I had a pizza and hubby had a burger I don't think we will go back here on our next trip! The service was quick and we got a table without booking within 10 mins but the food just wasn't nice!
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Old 10-23-2013, 04:58 AM   #36
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We ate here on 17th October and to be honest it wasn't great! I had a pizza and hubby had a burger I don't think we will go back here on our next trip! The service was quick and we got a table without booking within 10 mins but the food just wasn't nice!
Worst place we ever ate at in Disney yuck
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Old 10-23-2013, 09:59 AM   #37
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We ate here Wednesday October 9th 2013 had a ten minute wait for a table for three (2 kids 1 adult) - this was about 7.30pm.

The kids were easy to please and ordered two hotdogs and cokes and I ordered the BBQ chicken wantons to start and the cheese burger for mains and I was naughty and had a tart tatin for dessert.
The wantons were amazing. Very tasty and the kids loved them too. They really liked their hotdogs and cleared their plates. My burger was very tasty and came well done as I requested And the tart tatin was great especially with the cream. The kids both had pancakes to follow their hotdogs and really enjoyed them.
The bill came to €65 and I think I got discount with my AP but I'm not 100% sure sorry.
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Old 10-23-2013, 12:25 PM   #38
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Our worst restaurant too. I had to send my food back last time we went as my chicken was cold & as chewy as rubber. The service was good though as they didn't charge for it & gave me a free dessert.
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Old 10-23-2013, 06:27 PM   #39
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Best value and tasting food in the village IMO have been to DLP 2-3 times a year each year since 2008 and always eat here at least twice per trip, not had a bad meal yet!

Just shows how opinions can differ as I know many people love Rainforest Cafe, I think the theming in their is good but the food and service abysmal!
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Old 10-24-2013, 01:08 AM   #40
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Yes I have eaten at planet Hollywood on both my visits and the food was alright tbh. Basic but ok. Eaten twice at the rainforest and had two cracking steaks and lovely deserts there.
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