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Old 01-28-2007, 08:33 AM   #91
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Thanks for the great detailed review!! We will be going there in February and I really appreciated all the descriptions of the food! I also liked the pictures of the restaurant! Great, thank you!
You will love this place! I am glad you are enjoying it!
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Thanks for the reviews.

Do you happen to remember what day of the week that you ate at Boma? I know the menu rotates and what you described sounds like the menu that we're trying to get. Thanks
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The picture of the school bread is HUGE! Is that one snack credit?
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Old 01-28-2007, 03:02 PM   #94
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Thanks for the reviews.

Do you happen to remember what day of the week that you ate at Boma? I know the menu rotates and what you described sounds like the menu that we're trying to get. Thanks
We were there on a Tuesday night. I am not sure about how the rotations work.

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The picture of the school bread is HUGE! Is that one snack credit?
The school bread was huge. And yep, one snack credit. Only $2.50 OOP. Wonderful!
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Oh how I wish the School Bread didn't have coconut on as I don't like that but it looks so yummy. Thanks for the Boma review but I think the food will be too spicey for my family, me included, but I so want to visit AKL and be nosey!
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Old 01-28-2007, 09:33 PM   #96
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Glad to read that you are feeling better. Your review of Boma almost makes me wish we'd gone there in October - oh well, perhaps another time. We're going to be trying Jiko when we head back to WDW in May so at least we'll finally make it over to the AKL.

Your food porn is now making me hungry - did mine do that to you? Is this payback?

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Stacey,

You are so detailed! Thanks for the porn!!
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Oh how I wish the School Bread didn't have coconut on as I don't like that but it looks so yummy. Thanks for the Boma review but I think the food will be too spicey for my family, me included, but I so want to visit AKL and be nosey!
You know, I don't like coconut either. But this I loved! I wouldn't call their food spicy (I'm cajun at heart), just spiced differently. Some of their stuff had very little spice. You might want to try it one day.

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Glad to read that you are feeling better. Your review of Boma almost makes me wish we'd gone there in October - oh well, perhaps another time. We're going to be trying Jiko when we head back to WDW in May so at least we'll finally make it over to the AKL.

Your food porn is now making me hungry - did mine do that to you? Is this payback?

Keep up the great work!
You are my food porn idol! Yes after reading your reviews, I would pour over menus and reconsider all my adrs! Thanks for the props!

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Stacey,

You are so detailed! Thanks for the porn!!
I am trying to follow in Brenda's footsteps! If you want good food porn - click on her dining review. Mr. Disney is also great! I am trying to find time to sit down and read all of your trip report!

Trying to get another installment up tonight! I am having a bad hip night. I go to the dr. tomorrow. Just found out that DH has a bad prostate infection and we have to take him for an ultrasound tomorrow. Not sure who is taking who to the dr.?
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Stacey,

You are just having a heck of a time! I'll be thinking about you! I'll send you some so you can get back to the great dining reviews! I still haven't made all of my ADR's for our April trip.
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Oh how I wish the School Bread didn't have coconut on as I don't like that but it looks so yummy. Thanks for the Boma review but I think the food will be too spicey for my family, me included, but I so want to visit AKL and be nosey!
Yeah, Jo, I agree with Stacey. It's not spicy....it very flavorful. There wasn't anything I found too spicy, and I'm a wimp. I have a low tolerance for spicy hot food.


Stacey: Great Job! I'm really enjoying your food porn. Wish we had smell-o-internet! Forget about Mickey... I'm looking forward to all the good eats! Shhh... don't tell DS!
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Old 01-29-2007, 12:31 AM   #101
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Stacey,

You are just having a heck of a time! I'll be thinking about you! I'll send you some so you can get back to the great dining reviews! I still haven't made all of my ADR's for our April trip.
Thanks for the hug! Needed it! Planning adrs is my favorite thing to do!

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Yeah, Jo, I agree with Stacey. It's not spicy....it very flavorful. There wasn't anything I found too spicy, and I'm a wimp. I have a low tolerance for spicy hot food.


Stacey: Great Job! I'm really enjoying your food porn. Wish we had smell-o-internet! Forget about Mickey... I'm looking forward to all the good eats! Shhh... don't tell DS!
Tracy, I am so with you on this. I love Disney World, but the food makes it great!
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Old 01-29-2007, 12:44 AM   #102
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Day Five - Wednesday: Pizzafari at AK and Le Cellier in Canada

Wednesday: Pizzafari at AK and Le Cellier in Canada

I have so many Le Cellier pics that I will probably have to divide this into two posts. Again with a party of six, we were able to try many different foods!

Lunch - Pizzafari

Okay, this was a busy day. We went to AK, MK and Epcot! While we were at AK, we decided to try Pizzafari. I had been craving pizza! I split a pepperoni pizza and chocolate cake with my DS. Loved the chocolate cake - tasted fresh and very moist. I thought this was good for a CS, to be honest, next time I think I would eat here of Flame Tree. I also love Tusker House. Pizzafari gets an A (good for a CS).





Snack – Sleepy Hollow

When we went over to MK, I was not hungry at all! But this is vacation after all and I had wanted a funnel cake since Day One! We were in Tomorrowland and funnel cakes are at Sleepy Hollow in Frontierland – so I had to convince everyone that this was worth the trip to the other side! And it was! Here is a pic of my DD holding the funnel cake that we shared (okay, I ate most of it and let her have a few bites).



Dinner – Le Cellier

This is the only adr that we repeated from last year. I was somewhat of newbie last year and did not even think of making ressies until I stumbled on the Dis. One of the recommendations that I heard several times was Le Cellier. Most of my other adrs were forgettable. We loved it last year, so this is the one I was really looking forward to this year. We only had to wait about 10 minutes to be seated. Le Cellier is definitely a small, intimate type of restaurant. I know most people think it is too dark and cellar like – but that is the point. I like it. Of course when you cram it to capacity – it is a little loud. Last year, we had a late lunch here and the place was empty. This time…it was quite full. But hey I work at a preschool and I come from a large, loud family So it did not bother me at all. These are pics from the outside and the inside of Le Cellier.





Appetizers

Our waitress was nice but hurried. She did tell us what province we were in, but it was kind of like this, “Um we’re suppose to tell ya what province you’re sitting in and I think this is like, Ontario (not sure that is the province she said - just the only one I remember). Would you like to go ahead and order your drinks, appetizers and entrees?” Anyway…she was nice, just busy. First of all this is the famous pretzel bread and other bread. She didn’t give us all the descriptions that we got last year.



Beef and Barley Soup - rich beef broth and fresh vegetables – DMIL ordered this. Odd choice to me, didn’t look good. But to each their own and she liked it.



Crab and Salmon Timbale - smoked salmon layered with Canadian rock crab, mascarpone cheese, and citrus syrup – DD likes salmon and did not know what to order. This was expensive so in her mind, must be good. She was not impressed. I ended up giving her most of my shrimp and I ate this. Looks right off of Top Chef doesn’t it! It was okay. Tasted like strong, creamy cheese, wrapped with smoked salmon. I do not like salmon, so I would not have ordered this. The things we do for our children!



Shrimp Cocktail - wasabi slaw and horseradish chili sauce – The rest of us ordered this. No one really cared for the famous cheese soup last year, but we all liked the shrimp. It has a little kick to it. Last time it came in a cute little Chinese box, but that must have become too costly. It is still good. I especially love the spicy cole slaw – great!



Next installment: Le Cellier – Entrees and Desserts!
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I love all the pictures. My DD ate my shrimp at Le Cellier too. Pizzafari was perfect for my kids,I think that AK has the best CS.
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Old 01-29-2007, 01:50 AM   #104
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I think AK and Epcot have the good CS's. MK is okay and MGM seem to be lacking in that department. IMO, MGM is just lacking all together. When we were there the RnR was closed. So after riding ToT, we were like, okay... now what do we do? It needs some new updated attractions. We did like the car show and Indiana Jones is always a favorite.
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IMO, MGM is just lacking all together. When we were there the RnR was closed. So after riding ToT, we were like, okay... now what do we do?
I have to agree here, Stacey. Next time I'll do RnR, ToT, Beauty and the Beast and that's it! Out by 10:30. Actually one of the best things we did at MGM was to sit down and watch the streetmosphere performers. We'll try to do more of that next time too.

Loved your latest installment. I agree that Le Cellier was not crowded enough to bother me. With all the complaints about how crowded and noisy it was, I was surprised because I thought it was just fine. The food was very good and although the steaks were overcooked, we will definitely go again.

My biggest mistake......not ordering the PEI mussels. DH had them and they were the BEST!
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