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Old 07-15-2009, 02:08 PM   #61
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Pictures of my birthday cake

Price: $45
Date Received: June 27th 2009
Location: Yachtsmen Steakhouse
Cake info: Chocolate cake with chocolate filling with white buttercream icing.

The cake was tasty and moist. It was very cold though - I assume their fridges are set very close to 0 degrees. The next morning, the cake and icing was much softer. The large strawberries were a nice surprise - very ripe and juicy.
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I know these aren't really custom cakes but I thought I would share. I wasn't charged extra for the "Happy Birthday" writing or cake holders just $3.99 for each. They were yummy!


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Old 07-16-2009, 06:42 PM   #63
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Delivered to our room at the VWL last week.

Cost: $45 + delivery fee + 18% automatic gratuity + taxes = $60 (well, $59 and some change)
Cake: 10" Chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse filling and chocolate ganache
Review: Very moist, very yummy! MORE than enough for 3 people. We had this for dessert for 4 days and even had left overs to bring back home.

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Old 07-17-2009, 09:27 AM   #64
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Originally Posted by LittleStinkerbelle View Post
This was our experience as well. The CM from the cake hotline read the description to me and it said white chocolate but we got dark. My impression too is that it's random--you get whichever version they're serving that day.
That's good to know - thank you for posting!

fwiw we've ordered it for dd for our Grand Floridian Teas, and once at the 1900 - we've always gotten the white chocolate slipper with the chocolate mousse -

and it has always been my understanding in the past that the dark chocolate slipper was served on a "bed" of cake with fruit surrounding it at CRT - (dd doesnt like CRT - go figure! so I dont have any pics of that!)
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The previous post is how the slipper is served at GF. Below photos are how it is served at CRT.

Here's the Dark Chocolate Slipper from CRT which cannot be ordered/specified...it would be random:

Here's the White Chocolate Slipper from CRT:
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Old 07-17-2009, 11:44 AM   #66
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I had my birthday dinner at 1900 Park Fare last night, and the cake was delicious!

Price: $62, 32 for the cake and 30 for the decorations

Date Received: July 16, 2009

Location: 1900 Park Fare

Cake info - My order form says "8 inch vanilla cake filled with custard and fresh strawberries, pink buttercream icing, Minnie Mouse themed."

Anything else special about that particular cake: I was very pleased with the result--on the phone, they kept telling me that flowers and white chocolate standees would be extra, but they were included in the decorations fee. 6 people ate it last night, and we still have half! This could easily feed 10. Also, I was told that 8 inch cakes cannot be custom decorated, but the lady that actually took my order offered it, so I accepted!

Custom cakes are so worth it, even if they are a bit expensive. It was way better than any cake I've had before, and Cinderella bringing the cake and singing Happy Birthday was just
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Date: 7/19/2009
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Description: 8" chocolate cake with mocha mousse filling and chocolate ganache. For decoration, I requested something coffee themed, because my mother loves coffee, and to incorporate something to do with Rome or Italy, because my mother took herself to Rome for a special 50th birthday vacation. This cake was so beautiful and exceeded my expectations! It was also very delicious--there were four of us, and we finished half of the cake the first night (it was just that good!). The "postcards" on top were white chocolate, and there was mocha mousse and whipped cream inside the chocolate cup.

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Old 07-21-2009, 11:49 AM   #68
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I booked a cake to surprise my husband for our Siver Wedding anniversary. I booked a meal at Coral Reef and we had menus with wedding photos and pics of the kids on, a diver with a message and a wonderful cake - my husband was absolutely bowled over by it all, he just couldn't believe his eyes! Anyway I booked the cake directly with the restaurant.
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Here are some pictures of the Halloween themed cake that I ordered through the Beach Club last year. I specifically asked for the orange/black marble fondant and edible decorations on the top. The cake was AWESOME!!!!! I think that the cost was around $85.

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Old 07-28-2009, 12:16 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by CruznLexi View Post
Does anyknow if they can deliver the small mickey cake? I was thinking of having one on our first night? Doesy anyone know if it can be made into a minnie one?
The Boardwalk Bakery sells miniature pre-made Mickey head cakes for about $4 ... I've never seen Minnie Mouse. I'd suggest giving them a call to find out.

Here's the Mickey cake we purchased in 2007 ... the inside was white cake with candy confetti baked into it. It was tasty ... big enough for my husband and me to split.

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Birthday Cake At Citricos

My DD had her 18th birthday at Citricos last night (7/29). We ordered this cake from Pat at the GF bakery. It is a 10 inch round cake, marble cake, chocolate mousse filling. I requested a whimsical, Mad Hatter type of theme (we couldn't actually afford the Mad Hatter cake at $140 and up). This cake was $90.

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Old 08-04-2009, 04:45 PM   #73
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This is the cake I had delivered to our room at CSR.... First vacation as a family of 3.

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Old 08-06-2009, 01:32 PM   #74
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Originally Posted by MoonPet View Post
Several years ago I ordered this special dessert at Boma for my father's birthday through AKL in room dining (we were staying at OKW). Any idea if they still have things like this - for us, this works better than cake.

Oops -- I see I can't post photos yet.

It was a fence made of pretzel sticks with two chocolate giraffes peeking over the top and it also had a chocolate Animal Kingdom Lodge sign. We added a dozen zebra strawberries and they wrote "Happy Birthday Dad" on the platter.

If anyone knows what I am talking about, I'd appreciate info.

I know exactly what you are talking about and when we were there last May I asked about that exact goody. I was told that they don't do that anymore. I could order a cake, cookies, strawberries, etc. I opted for a treat that had cookies, brownies and a chocolate elephant and sign. I was around $50-something and delivered to the room.

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Old 08-08-2009, 02:10 PM   #75
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Can anyone tell me the price of this cake?

I originally wanted to recreate our top layer of our disney wedding cake but they want $140 for it and there is just two of us which is alot of cake!

Thought this was smaller and looked good
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