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Old 05-13-2011, 10:49 AM   #31
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Latest Menu/Prices - 13/5/2011 - Now a set price counter service character meal

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Old 05-22-2011, 02:58 PM   #32
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We ate here on Tuesday 10th May 2011. 2 adults and a 3 year old. We had booked for 12.30 but I don't think it would have been a problem without a reservation.

The service was good and the food was hot and tasty. We mainly went for the character interaction which was also good except they all kept vanishing for about 10 - 15 minutes at a time, obviously changing over.

As usual the characters worked their way round all the tables, we saw Goofy, Pluto, Mickey, Minnie and eventually Woody (who we went specifically to see). Unfortunately by the time Woody came to us (maybe 45min to an hour) my DS was on the verge of falling asleep and refused to even look at him.....

It was a good atmosphere, there was some live country music and the characters made a real fuss of the birthdays, especially Woody.

Bit expensive for the food but would happily go back.

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Old 01-15-2012, 03:28 PM   #33
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Latest menu - 14/1/2012

Now don't know if anybody can see this (sorry for my terrible photo, I'll get a better one) but they have added a végé burger to this menu

It says Végé burger, rocket salad, tomato, cheese and potato galette

Also noted that the Chili con Carne starter comes with cornbread

And children have the choice between 1/4 chicken or a Giant kid cheeseburger

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Old 03-20-2012, 04:19 PM   #34
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We ate here the week before Xmas 2011 as a spur (ha ha) of the moment thing as it was really cold and raining, and we didn't think we'd eat enough to justify the cost of inventions that night as we were too ill!

We got a table at 12.30 ish without booking....

DD1 and I had the cheeseburger (fab- the best one I've had at DLP!!!) and salad (massive!!!!! could be a main on its own) I had gormet coffee (coffee was cold by the time I got to drink it as too busy eating burger) and DD1 had lemon meringue thing.

DD2 had a burger (I think) and icecream.

We found ourself a table (a faux pas, you're supposed to be guided, but I was hungry and we were all Ill!!!)

We had waited about 10 mins to be served. The food was piping hot and really good.

The characters doing the rounds were mickey, minnie, pluto, eeyore, woody and I think goofy.

We had good interaction from them all except woody (minnie twice) in the hour and a hal;f we were there.

Pluto even came over and joked with DD2 about us struggling to get her salloppetes over her boots!
The interaction was at least as good as cafe Mickey, in sopme respects better. There were a few families chasing the characters round the room, not waiting their turn, and a fair few table hoggers who had finished eating ages ago and were just hanging out, which made the whole getting a table thing harder for everyone else.

The live band with guitar/ fiddle playing country music were fab..... and really added to the whole thing. There should be MORE live music at DLP, I hadn't realised how much i missed it till then.

The characters did a dance to the band too, which was really special, much beter than a prerecorded track...

It seemed so much more genuine and homely than cafe mickey to me.

Would I go again? Yes. The food was reasonable value The burger I had was fab qualitty and the salad was massive (and not all lettuce)

The character fun was good too- and the loos are nice there as well.

Plus I used my annual pass to get a discount.
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Old 03-23-2012, 03:51 PM   #35
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we were there March 16. Had a reservation for 1.10pm. Arrived on time. At the entrance were given small piece of paper with a number us, DS2 was counted as enfant- meaning we didn't have to pay for him, he just got extra fries. Happy with that.

DS1 had kids meal with hamburger, I had Angus burger and lemon desert thingy.

LOved the birger, one of the best I ever had, wedgies were great too. Salad was really big, but I'm not a "salad person"

Character interaction was great: Mickey, Minnie, Gepetto, Pluto, Goofy and Tiger. But no Woody. I did go and ask, they told me to wait and got bacck to me telling Woody would be here an hour later. We didn't stay as we had been there for 1,5 hour.

Would recomend and go back. Must do on a trip.
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Old 04-13-2012, 03:46 PM   #36
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Same menu as ^^ just with a 50cts increase for adults and 20cts for children

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Old 06-19-2012, 04:02 PM   #37
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Copied from my TR:
Tuesday 5th June, lunchtime:

We arrived for our reservation at 11.50 am and there were already a few people in CBCO. I have to say we really enjoyed this meal although it did take about 30 minutes to order the food. It is counter service but the way it works is you queue at a cashpoint to give your order, pay and they give you a receipt. You then queue at the food service counter where staff pick your order and put it on a tray for you. When we arrived only one poor man was on the cashpoint so it took forever! As I queued for so long while DH stayed at the table with the girls, I did miss out on most of their interaction with the characters which was a shame, a few did come around twice though, during our meal which was nice.

Most importantly - the characters: we met Woody who was amazing with the children - playing hide & seek and dancing etc., Pluto - who was also great, Goofy - again funny and plenty of time for everyone and Donald & Daisy Duck who were nice. Daisy in particular seemed to take a shine to my girls and spent ages with them - I think she came to our table 3 times . The band also played on and off which was nice.

The food was good - warm and lots of it, it's not a la carte obviously but really was nice. I had the chilli to start, and ribs & wedges - the ribs were amazing, lots of meat and a nice sauce (they don't look too appetising on the photo but were really good). DH had chilli and the angus burger and the girls had the children's cheeseburger with wedges. DH and I had the magnums for pudding - yum! And the girls had the strawberry yoghurt drink things which they both enjoyed (sorry forgot to take photos!). DH and I had a soft drink and the girls had orange juice which was part of the meal deal. DH and I didn't eat much of the chilli but only because we wanted to eat our mains - there was a lot of food! The girls had orange juice with their meal and we had a soft drink each.

(Angus burger - had onion rings in it).

(Child's cheeseburger).

The total was 79 euros as I forgot to hand over my Dream AP!! DH and I both thought this meal was one of the best character meals we had and good value for money.
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:11 PM   #38
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We ate here in Oct 2013 during our 4 night/5 day stay.
Our first thoughts after tucking into ribs and wedges was "why have we not been here before?"

Lovely setting, great food and surprisingly great place for character meets and photo opportunities - our 3 girls got to spend 10 minutes playing games with Chip, Dale, Goofy and Rafiki (sp) - literally just our girls and 2/3 other little kids - they loved it

One complaint was the weird opening time patterns - walking from Discovery Land to have lunch and finding it not open the day after we'd been there was a bit disappointing.

We're back in Feb & I'd imagine we'll be going to the cowboy cookout as much as we can
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