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Old 11-07-2007, 02:49 PM   #16
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Brenda,

My apologies. I didn't mean to freak you out with the title. 'Just consider me a well wisher, in that I don't wish you any particular harm.'

Many thanks for the alternative title ideas. I must, however, graciously admit that 'the chosen one' is already out there in your top notch review, so I will continue on, sans title.
No apologies necessary; I wasn't freaked out a bit ... but it sure caught my attention the first time I saw it!

You just referenced one of our favorite episodes: the chili cook-off!


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And now you've gone and referenced one of our other all time favorites. Hank Scorpio is awesome! My husband always likes to say, "If you want to kill someone on your way out, it would really help me a lot."

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Old 11-07-2007, 02:58 PM   #17
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Lest you think I'm not reading anything else ...

Your review of Raglan Road was excellent - I'm glad the evening was saved by your server because that place is just too much fun to have a bad time. And that bread pudding ... the DIS needs a drool icon just for that dessert. I'm not even a big fan of bread pudding but it's so good I order it every time we go to RR.

There don't seem to be many reviews of Yachtsman, so it was nice to get your thoughts on it. We were going to have dinner there and even made an ADR a few months ago for this last trip, but then we came to our senses. We can get steak any old time here in the midwest - and St. Louis has some great steakhouses so we opted to try a different restaurant with fresh seafood (something that's much harder to come by here). Anyway... what I'm trying to say in six million words or less is that your review has me thinking that we're still going to need to try Yachtsman some time in the future.

And don't you hate it when you order a cheese plate and no one tells you which cheese is which? Artist Point did that to us in May ... grrrrr!

Anyhoo ... primo reviews! I look forward to more.
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Great reviews! Glad you enjyed Yatchsman teak, we have ADR in December and ar ereally looking forward to dining there
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Old 11-07-2007, 06:50 PM   #21
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FOOTNOTE: Our entire party had steak leftover, and 2 slices of the cake, so all of that went back to our room with us. On our last day, when our party size had dropped and we changed hotels, I ended up having some of the rib-eye, prime rib, filet mignon, and leftover birthday cake for breakfast. I can only offer this disclaimer – The stunts you read about here were performed by, or under the supervision of, professionals. Do not try this at home.

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Now that is my kind of breakfast!!! I don't think even Tonga Toast could beat that!

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Old 11-08-2007, 02:53 PM   #22
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REVIEW: Cape May Character Breakfast

SUMMARY: Characters without lines, tons-o-food

This was a mid-week breakfast ADR for a party of 7 (5 adults, 2 children) at 8:10 a.m. The location at Beach Club was a primary reason for choosing this meal. It is just so convenient to be able to walk 2 minutes from your room, and be at the restaurant.

We checked in at the podium at 8:05 a.m., and were told it would be just a few minutes, and given yet another beeper thing. This was a true candid camera moment for me, because as I looked around, there was no line behind us, nobody waiting in front of us, and the seating area inside the restaurant was maybe 1/3 full. It was as uncrowded (if that’s a real word) as I have ever seen it. We sat down on the closest wooden bench to the podium, and waited maybe, and I mean MAYBE, 1 minute for it to buzz and bleep. I picked up the beeper, took 2 steps forward, and handed it right back to the lady at the podium. Total time the beeper was out of her possession: less than 2 minutes.

We were led through restaurant, zig-zagged by the buffet, and were seated in what I would call the back of the place. Out of the way, and out of sight of the buffet, but in a non-traffic area, where we could see the characters coming our way in plenty of time to be ready for pictures. Also, we got a round table, which I still believe is so much better to sit at with a large group. So far so good.

I did not catch the name of our server, but he was attentive with the beverages. We had orange juice on the table within a minute, and when the group split to visit the buffet, he had the coffee order on the table before they got back. I can’t say much else about the service. As it got busier in the morning, our dishes weren’t cleared as often, but still, no complaints. Again, he kept the orange juice flowing, which was vital for our group.

FOOD: The food here, in my honest opinion, is not much different than any other buffet we have been to. The fruit was okay, not mind blowing and not bad, just decent. The bacon and sausage were fine, and the egg bake omelet looking thing with cheese was okay. The pre-fab biscuits were edible, and a gravy-ish substance was not without it’s charm. For some strange reason (probably the combination of being out late the previous evening, and the large amounts of alcohol consumption associated with such), I could not get enough of the Mickey head waffles. I mean, maybe I was craving sugar, and that’s what went best with the syrup. I tried rolling one up, not unlike Homer Simpson’s patented ‘moon waffle’, but they just weren't flexible enough. Also, an attempted Mickey head waffle duplex, spackled together with the available whipped butter-esque material, didn’t fare much better when it came time to cut that into bite size pieces. Still, several waffles later, I was in a sugar daze from all of the syrup, and satisfied in the choice of restaurants.

CHARACTERS: The character interaction was great. All of the characters played with the kids, signed autograph books, and posed for pictures. Goofy came by first, maybe 5 minutes after we sat down. Dale came by maybe 10 minutes later. Minnie rounded out our character crew about 30 minutes into breakfast. For the second straight visit, we did not get any contact with Chip. Last visit we were there, we never saw him at all. This time, I think we saw him starting to make the rounds a few minutes before we were leaving, but on the other side of the restaurant. We would have liked to have seen him, but were close to wrapping up, and really not wanting to wait 15 minutes or more while he made his way toward our side of the room. Still not sure where he was during the other hour of our meal though.

WEIRD & UNKNOWN: On the buffet, there was this gray colored slurry, which I believe was in the section marked ‘grits’. It had a gray tint, and looked like no grits I have seen. I think maybe it was gruel, but wasn’t so curious as to risk sampling said item. I wanted to ask one of the food staff, but was afraid I would hear something like:

“This is Krusty Brand Imitation Gruel. Nine out of ten orphans can’t tell the difference’.


Summary: This meal was fine for what it was. That is, an overpriced buffet, conveniently located, that keeps everyone well fed, and gives enough time for some individual character interaction. It was helpful that the DDE discount is taken here as well. I still miss 'the best breakfast ever' with Pooh and Friends, in the Wilderness Lodge at Artist Point, but it has been gone for so long I doubt they will ever bring it back. Sigh.
We have done this meal maybe every 2 out of 3 years. If the Beach Club Marketplace keeps raising their prices on croissants and pastries, the $18.99 adult buffet price may soon seem like a bargain.

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Old 11-09-2007, 08:39 AM   #23
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Thank you for your excellent reviews! I must agree with you about large parties having a much more enjoyable dining experience at a round table! I have a gigantic round kitchen table at home (with a large lazy-susan to boot) and it ensures lots of good conversation among our family of eight, with no one left out!
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WEIRD & UNKNOWN: On the buffet, there was this gray colored slurry, which I believe was in the section marked ‘grits’. It had a gray tint, and looked like no grits I have seen. I think maybe it was gruel, but wasn’t so curious as to risk sampling said item. I wanted to ask one of the food staff, but was afraid I would hear something like:

“This is Krusty Brand Imitation Gruel. Nine out of ten orphans can’t tell the difference’.

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I would love to know how many people actually eat gray gruel at the buffet. I can see if the only other options are Eye of Newt and swamp water soup, then maybe the gray slop would be the better alternative.
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Your title is Perfect!!

Great title - - I to am a great fan of Brenda's. After reading all of her reports she has given me the courage to eat something other than mac n cheese. Thanks for the great report - - Ragland Road is now going on our ADR for March . waiting for your next installment!!
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Old 11-12-2007, 09:24 AM   #27
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REVIEW: RainForest Café (AK)

SUMMARY: Well, at least it wasn’t raining inside.

This was an unscripted mid-week lunch. Our day at the Animal Kingdom (AK) had been a visit to Waterworld. It was raining. When it wasn’t raining, it was misting. Sometimes is was raining and misting together. When it wasn’t misting or raining, the puddles of water and incidental splattering kept us soaked to the gills. After a few inside attractions around the park, we needed to find a place for lunch. (Moving from dry attraction to dry attraction reminded me of the Poseidon Adventure. Start in dry area, hike or swim through water to next dry area. Repeat every 30 minutes or so. Some of the puddles were pretty deep. Once or twice, I was forced to tie a rope around myself and swim underwater to the other side.) Pooling our collective thoughts, and without Gene Hackman to lead us upward toward the engine room, we decided on the RainForest Café (RFC), which came to mind because: 1 - it’s one of the limited dining options at the AK park, and 2 - because we have had the RFC Safari Club card for several years now, and knew of it’s magical powers…..

We came in through the exit/entrance attached to RFC, weaved through the retail store, and couldn’t get to the elephant (i.e. podium) because of the crowd standing around. Apparently, the constant rain has driven everyone into the nearest cave for dryness, with the mouth of the cave being the waiting area near the podium. My wife made her way to the elephant, and heard the guest in front of her being told it would be a 45 minute wait. After whipping out the RFC Safari Club card (much like the Golden Ticket of Willy Wonka fame), we were given a seating stub and put in line immediately, following the animal tracks towards the aquarium. Much grumbling was heard from the restless natives in the surrounding waiting area jungle, but not sure if it was directed at us or the weather in general. Regardless, we had purchased the Safari Club card probably 6 years ago, and certainly planned to use it. The free (or discounted) appetizers have always been the best economical benefit, but not having to wait in line has often been a lifesaver, especially with children in or near meltdown mode. Within 5 minutes, we were heading toward a table in the back of the restaurant. INTERESTING NOTE (s): 1 - This was the first place we ate where I noticed the low number of wait-staff. There was a 45 minute wait up front at the elephant, but the back area of the restaurant was less than ½ full. I can only suppose that if they had the personnel to staff it, most tables would have been full, and the RFC would be taking people’s money. 2 – Despite the back section (we were near the Atlas statue) being less than ½ full, our party of seven was seated at a (pushed together) table for 6, with an extra chair scooted up on one side. While we were happy to be seated versus standing out front waiting in line, this half empty section had enough room for another table to be added, giving everyone their own space and some extra room for the ponchos. Reminded me a lot of the seating arrangements at the RFC DTD location. Idea: Cramped diners are not happy diners!

Our waiter was Joseph, and he seemed to be attending to 4 large tables, maybe more. It took him probably 5 minutes to address our table, but once he had delivered items to the other tables, the service was fine. Not bad, not great, but fine. Our party ordered:

Kids menu – pepperoni pizza. It was edible, but not memorable.

Kids menu - mini hot dogs. Cute, and were eaten, what else can you say.

The five adults ordered:

RFC Burger – cooked properly, served on good bread, but not outstanding. Still, better than a park burger from counter service.

Blue Mountain Chicken (sandwich) – looked very good, but chicken was a bit dry. Not sure if the chicken was pre-cooked or not. Still, it was tasty.

Rainforest Quesadilla (2 people) – I have always been neutral on these, because it is served on pita bread (instead of tortillas), which is simply too much bread for me, and non-traditional to boot, as quesadillas go. One person liked theirs just fine, the other ate about ½, and picked out the filling. Said the same thing ‘ too bready’. But the filling was good.

Safari Soup – a misleading name. The ingredients make it sound like a hearty veggie soup, but in reality, it was more similar to a light minestrone. Tasty, but not what was expected, from the menu description. Still, it was all eaten by meal’s end.

Awesome Appetizer Adventure – this was mine. I like the variety in this sampler, and I knew what I was getting. The chimi-cha-cha reminds me of a southwestern eggroll, the coastal calamari is tasty and has a light breading, and the big blue crab delight is one of the few baked dips that I like (probably because of the cream cheese base). The final item, caribe chicken tenders, is just chicken strips with dried roasted shaved coconut sprinkled across the top. That is my least favorite part of the platter. And, I remain confused on why they bring out a side plate of corn tortilla chips with this thing, as there is not enough pico de gallo for more than a few. Seems like a waste of excess chips to me.

Throw in sodas (at 2.89 a pop), one beer, and a margarilla (that was mine as well, and I must have one every trip to RFC), then figure the Safari Club discount, and we came out just under $100. A gratuity of 18% was added to the bill (don’t know if this if that’s because of party size or Safari Club card usage), and the total was $118.

During our meal, the table beside us ordered no less than 3 of the dreaded flashing cube drinks. The warning they give in the pre-show area of Mission Space, about not looking left or right, seemed to apply. Every time I glanced in that direction, I feared a Japanese Anime seizure would be in my immediate future. I was half expecting Dieter from Sprockets to walk up and invite us to a rave. Really, if you are prone to motion sickness (one member of our party was), just one of those flashers can be ‘unsettling’. Three of them, and you have your own disco room.

Summary:

Good – Safari Club card got us in line immediately. Free appetizer also.

Bad - Table was too small for party size, and it was while the place was still half empty in our section. Cramped diners are not happy diners!

Ugly – Nothing really. Maybe the loud thunderstorm racket that the gorillas kick up, causing small children who have never seen this to scream their bloody head off, but that’s all part of the atmosphere (the gorillas, not the screaming children).

We were looking for a dry place to eat. We ended up at the ‘fun place to eat and shop’. We were also looking for what I would call comfort food, and ended up eating in the comfort of a fake dry cave. Everyting worked out well. I know that the RainForest Café gets hammered on a lot of the WDW boards. But the menu is diverse, the food decent, and the prices not outrageous for WDW in general. When we first started going to WDW in late 90’s, we felt the food was much better than it is today, and we enjoyed the RFC immensely. The food has slipped somewhat, probably to ease preparation, but it remains a safe bet. The Safari Club card is well worth it, for not waiting in long lines, and the free (or discounted) appetizers. The AK location is almost always less crowded than the DTD location, and much less hectic feeling, without all of the nearby DTD shoppers and bystanders in the area.

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Really enjoying your reviews - despite the lack of pictures, they are extremely entertaining. Like the sound of the Safari card for RFC - how do you get one?
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Really enjoying your reviews - despite the lack of pictures, they are extremely entertaining. Like the sound of the Safari card for RFC - how do you get one?
Thank you wilma-bride.

There is a story behind my lack of pictures, but I won't bore you with it. My intention was to have pictures though. Didn't work out that way. I may FAQ the whole picture thing later on in the reviews.

When we joined Safari Club, we found a telephone # (via this site I believe???) for their corporate office, called it, and did it over the phone via c/c (we wanted that Safari Club card prior to our visit). Most recently, people have still been buying it at the RFC when they go there. That seems to be the most common way they are obtained. Not sure if the tel. # is even an option anymore, b/c we did it so long ago (over 5 years for sure, maybe over 6). I suggest seraching the restaurant forum for the most current answer.

It has come in very handy over the years!
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Robert I'm really enjoying your reviews. I had the same problem at YSH with the cheese plate. It was very good but besides the cheddar and goat cheese I didn't know what was on the plate. I asked the waiter after the fact and he told me what they were but I forget now LOL.
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