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Old 01-04-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Best 1 TS credit bang for your buck in Epcot or HS?

I'm thinking for our next trip, we'll do just 2 nights of DDP on the nights we stay in a DVC studio (the rest of the trip we'll stay in a one-bedroom and go OOP). I know I want Garden Grill for one of my TS, but not sure about the other. If Le Cellier was still 1 credit we'd go for that ... (I already know what I want to do with our QS and snack credits over the 3 days ...).

Looking for anything not Asian or Island themed as we have plenty of that at home.

So what was the best 1 credit TS that you feel you really got your money's worth out of? 2A 1C, all adventurous eaters but mostly just want delicious, whether standard or more exotic fare.
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DBF & I really like San Angel Inn in Epcot. The atmosphere and food are great!

We also loved the atmosphere of Sci Fi but the food was just ok.
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:41 AM   #3
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I vote for Restaurant Marrakesh in Morocco or 50's Prime Time Diner in DHS. The way I see it, you can get food anywhere, but you are at Disney for experiences, not just food. And those two restaurants provide very unique experiences. Our family loves them. Mexican and Chinese food are nice, but those places are all over the place back home. Not the case with Moroccan food and the diner is just fun.
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:40 AM   #4
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We love the Coral Reef in Epcot

It gets mixed reviews here, but it's had a good track record for us. There are huge tanks of fish, sea turtle, and a shark along the length of one wall. They serve delicious seafood (not the same as what's swimming in the tank, of course ), and have steak on the menu if you don't like fish. They have a desert there (called the chocolate wave..I think) that is a must-do for every trip. Definetly upscale for a theme park, and well worth the value of 1 TS credit, in our opinion. Have fun choosing!
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No place in DHS, if forced to choose I guess 50's Prime Time diner.

In Epcot, Chefs de France and Tutto Italia, both for dinner.
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Thanks guys! Makerresh looks neat, we love Greek food (we enjoyed Kouzzina's but will go there on another night since DH and I will split the pork souvlaki and greek lasagna and be satisfied). I'm going to say no to Les Chefs, because it was our favorite meal last trip but everything we loved was appetizers, the escargots, the cheese plate, the onion soup, etc, etc, so we'll have to do that one OOP, probably for lunch. Tutto Italia also looks neat, (definitely pricey enough to meet the "bang for your buck" category!) and I actually had a Coral Reef ADR last trip that I gave up since we ended up at Universal that night unexpectedly.

Hmm ... spending time with these menus is making me hungry again!
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