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Old 09-30-2009, 08:25 PM   #76
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Dinner on Sunday, September 20 -- Cosmic Rays at the MK

We went here last year for the first time in many, many years and fell in love with it. We'd also done Pecos Bills last year and weren't that impressed with it, so we decided to go back to Cosmic Rays this year.

I had what I had last year -- the barbecued pork with the eclipse potato chips. I LOVE these chips and the sandwich was very good...although too much of the pork--it was falling out of the bun no matter what I did with it--cut it, held it with two hands in different ways . But so, so good.



Mark had the turkey wrap last year and loved it. But he thought he'd try something new this year. He had the cheese steak with apple slices. He was sorry that he didn't get the turkey wrap. He said the cheese steak was okay, but the cheese was kind of gross and he scraped most of it off and went to the "topping" bar and got his own toppings to put on the sandwich.



I enjoyed my meal as much as last year; Mark not so much. Next year, I think we'll go back to Columbia Harbor House as we've not been there for a few years.

Next up (after I get over to the resort boad and do my CSR review before they all chew my head off over there...demanding group around here on the DIS ala Nicki ) will be our breakfast at Waffle House and dinner at Liberty Tree Inn on Monday and then The Plaza on Tuesday before heading off to Marco Island. And then once back from Marco Island, we have Fulton's at Boma.
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Awesome stuff Kat, looks like you guys had a bunch of great food. Looking foward to Le Cellier next Monday evening! Can't wait to dig into that filet with the cream cheese mashed potatoes.
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Great reviews! We did Sci Fi this past trip-I wish I had thought to order the onion rings, they look just awesome. Drool....!
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Mark had the turkey wrap last year and loved it. But he thought he'd try something new this year. He had the cheese steak with apple slices. He was sorry that he didn't get the turkey wrap. He said the cheese steak was okay, but the cheese was kind of gross and he scraped most of it off and went to the "topping" bar and got his own toppings to put on the sandwich.



I enjoyed my meal as much as last year; Mark not so much. Next year, I think we'll go back to Columbia Harbor House as we've not been there for a few years.

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Why didn't Mark like the steak sandwich? It doesn't look half bad in the picture.
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Why didn't Mark like the steak sandwich? It doesn't look half bad in the picture.
The steak was a little greasy and the cheese sauce was cold.
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I did not take pictures of menu--I decided since Nicki does that and we eat at a lot of the same places that I'd leave that chore to her.

Oh well thanks so much, at least I am good for something!

At Nicki's suggestion, we tried the onion rings. Oh my goodness...can you say LOVE AT FIRST BITE. These onion rings were just perfect! I wish we had ordered two orders:

So glad you like them, I love onion rings and make sure I order them whenever possible!

The food was great. I give the onion rings an A+, Mark gave the reuben an A+ and deemed it a tad better than the one at The Plaza and my cheeseburger I would give a B+ too.

I am so glad he loved the Reuben! Yum Yum!

Here's a picture that our great waiter took of us before we left (I forgot his name...but he was a lot of fun and he was terrific):



Aw...too cute, just a couple of kids having fun!
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I had what I had last year -- the barbecued pork with the eclipse potato chips. I LOVE these chips and the sandwich was very good...although too much of the pork--it was falling out of the bun no matter what I did with it--cut it, held it with two hands in different ways . But so, so good.

Ok this looks like it has my name written all over it! Todd loves Cosmic Rays, mostly because of the topping bar...but I always want CHH...this sandwich makes me want to change my mind!

Mark had the turkey wrap last year and loved it. But he thought he'd try something new this year. He had the cheese steak with apple slices. He was sorry that he didn't get the turkey wrap. He said the cheese steak was okay, but the cheese was kind of gross and he scraped most of it off and went to the "topping" bar and got his own toppings to put on the sandwich.

Oh crap...this looked so good and I saw a pic on someone else's thread and I really wanted to eat it! Oh well, this oinker will stick to the pork sandwich

Next up (after I get over to the resort boad and do my CSR review before they all chew my head off over there...demanding group around here on the DIS ala Nicki )

You talking about me? No way am I demanding, now hurry up and post Fultons will ya??
Loving your reviews and the pictures are great! You two are as cute and fun in person as you look in pictures!
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Great reviews! We will be eating at CP for breakfast for the first time. We usually have dinner there. We are also eating at LeCellier and SciF, however the SciFi is on the chopping block for a lunch at Tutto's instead.

I am thinking maybe of paying OOP for SciFi's and splitting the sandwichs since they look so big.
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Awesome stuff Kat, looks like you guys had a bunch of great food. Looking foward to Le Cellier next Monday evening! Can't wait to dig into that filet with the cream cheese mashed potatoes.
I can't wait to hear what you think of LeCellier.

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Great reviews! We did Sci Fi this past trip-I wish I had thought to order the onion rings, they look just awesome. Drool....!
Now you have something to look forward to next time!

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Great reviews! We will be eating at CP for breakfast for the first time. We usually have dinner there. We are also eating at LeCellier and SciF, however the SciFi is on the chopping block for a lunch at Tutto's instead.

I am thinking maybe of paying OOP for SciFi's and splitting the sandwichs since they look so big.
The sandwiches were big...and I could have easily shared with DH. Add to that the onion rings and the chocolate shake I forgot about, and we were full.
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Monday, September 21 -- we had no ADR's. We went to Waffle House for breakfast (one of our favorites) before we went to the Dig Site pool for a few hours. Sorry I didn't take pictures at WH. I had the cheese omelet with hash browns scattered, smothered and covered (this is with onions and cheese); Mark had the cheesy eggs, grits and bacon. It was very good as always.

We headed off to Epcot. We skipped lunch as Mark wanted to try the School Bread that everyone raves about. So we got one of those and I got a cappucino. Mark enjoyed the School Bread--I wouldn't say he loved it, but he really liked it. I didn't care for it at all...but then I hate coconut (almost as much as I hate mushrooms).





We continued our journey around World Showcase and went to see The American Adventure (this is a must do every trip for us). We were hungry after this and decided to just eat at the Liberty Inn. I know this place gets a lot of bad reviews, but we have never had a bad meal here. I actually think the cheeseburgers are better here than at Pecos Bills.

The place was literally empty. No one eating inside or outside (although it was super hot/humid outside); after we ordered a few more people walked in. Mark had the bacon cheeseburger and I had the chicken strips. Both were very good.





After eating here, we continued on our journey through the countries. We decided to stop in France and look in the bakery and see what they were offering today. Mark wanted to try the chocolate eclair so we got one of those and another cappucino for me. Mark REALLY liked this; I didn't care for it, but I'm not a big fan of eclairs--especially the filling inside.



Since I didn't care for the eclair, I decided to get popcorn while we watched Illuminations.

Tuesday, September 22 -- last day for us to spend at the parks before we head to Marco Island. Lunch at the Plaza at 2:15 on this day.

We had breakfast in the room while I finished packing. We loaded up the car and headed over to the MK to be there for the opening show by the railroad station. We did a bunch of rides, Mark had a Mickey Bar prior to heading over to Big Thunder and Splash Mountain (and I'm such a MEAN mom that I took a picture of it with my phone and sent it to our youngest son--knowing he was in class--just to tick him off; Mickey bars have ALWAYS been his favorite and he's not been there in nine years (he's 21 now).



We then did some photopass pictures. We were done with everything we wanted to do and still had about 90 minutes prior to our ADR at The Plaza so we took the monorail over to the Polynesian (our favorite deluxe) and walked around and I found a gift for a dear friend of mine there. We took the monorail back and arrived at the Plaza around 2:00.



We were no sooner given our beeper and were brought in to be seated. We had a wonderful waitress who was very efficient and friendly. It was really hot again and Mark and I each got a diet coke; we'd finished those off in record time and our waitress brought refills when she came to get our order for lunch. Since Mark had the reuben at the Sci-Fi he didn't want another so he was having a hard time deciding what he wanted. We ended up both ordering the Plaza Club. I made Mark get his with the chips and I got mine with the fries. I really like the fries here--I think they are the best in all of Disney, but I also love the chips so we shared.







After eating these huge sandwiches you would not think we would have room for dessert. But you CANNOT go to the Plaza and NOT have dessert. So Mark just wanted Chocolate Ice Cream and this is what they brought him:



I ordered a Hot Fudge Sundae, minus the whip cream and cherry, and they gave me extra Hot Fudge:



Oh....I do LOVE me a good Hot Fudge Sundae!

We were talking to one of the hosts and he asked us if we'd been to The Plaza before and told him that it has become a tradition that this is the last meal we have before heading to the airport or the beach or wherever we are going after leaving Disney. He was thrilled to hear it and wished us a Happy Anniversary and asked if we'd like him to take our picture, and we said, of course:



Just as we finished up paying the bill, we heard that the parade was starting. We were going to leave and head for Marco Island but decided to stay for the new parade. So before it started coming by The Plaza, I ran and got my popcorn in a bucket to take on the trip to Marco and ran back to meet Mark to watch the parade. As the parade ended, I decided to make it a yearly tradition to get a balloon as we leave and give it to a child in memory of my dad. We found a wonderful couple with their five year old daughter. I excused myself and explained what it was that I was doing (I did much better this year--although I had tears in my eyes, I wasn't hysterical and was actually coherent and you could actually understand what I was saying). The wonderful couple asked about my dad and what his name was and said they'd say a special prayer for him and had their daughter give me a hug. It was a nice way to end our trip to Disney.

Up next, we return to Orlando from Marco Island on Monday, September 28 and plan on shopping at Downtown Disney. We have dinner ressies at Fulton's and breakfast at Boma on Tuesday before heading to Orlando International Airport.
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Monday, September 28 -- 4:50 p.m. ADR at Fulton's

We arrived back in Orlando around noon and checked in at the LaQuinta, unpacked what we need for the evening and next morning and headed to Downtown Disney to shop. We went and got "Design Your Own Tees", did some other shopping and arrived at Fulton's at 4:45 for our ADR.





Mark had an iced tea and I had a diet coke (we were meeting a DISer later for a drink).

I started with the New England Clam Chowder Soup. This is one of the best Clam Chowder soups I have ever had:



The waiter, John, brought our bread and crackers and dip, and Mark decided to have a garden salad. He had the balsamic dressing and really, really liked the dressing.







If the salad looks "small", it is because Mark had to spread it around his plate as the silly boy once again started eating before I took a picture.

I normally would have had the King Crab Claws but for some reason I just wasn't that hungry and because they are pricey (but so worth it), I didn't want to order them and waste any food. Therefore, I ordered the snow crab legs. I couldn't decide on the baked potato (of which I'd had about five of them while in Marco Island) or the Yukon Mashed Potatos. John said to go with the Yukon Mashed and I took his advice. Well, I'm sorry I did -- the most disgusting potatos I've ever had in my life (Mark tried them and declared them not fit for our dog...or any dog ). The snow crab legs on the other hand were very, very good.



Mark ended up trying to decide between the Snapper, Grouper or Mahi Mahi. He ended up having the Mahi Mahi. He said it wasn't that good when he started, but then it got better as he went along. He's guessing that one end just wasn't cooked as well as the other? Don't ask me...I've only been married to him 26 years and don't understand what he's talking about half the time.



We really didn't want dessert, but John knew it was our anniversary and he brought us a complimentary piece of Chocolate Cake. It's the same cake they gave us last year for our 25th anniversary and I didn't like it last year, and didn't like it this year either (it was filled with raspberry sauce and the cake was very dry).



Overall, the meal at Fulton's was excellent once again. We will continue to go here every trip if we can afford it.

John took a picture of us when he served our cake:



We had time before we were meeting JanetB, a fellow DISer for a drink at Fulton's bar so we walked over to the West End and saw the big hot air balloon, went to the candy store, the cigar shop for DH to get a couple of cigars to bring home. We headed back to Fulton's and hooked up with Janet. I didn't take pictures of our drinks, but Mark had a very light beer and I had a Scotch & Water with a lemon twist (pricey...but good).

This is Janet and I at Fulton's:

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I agree, the fries at the Plaza are the BEST! Thanks for a wonderful review of Fulton's, we just love it and can't wait to go back! Isn't it so much fun to meet new DISers? I'll be meeting at least 30 in a few weeks!!!
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Okay, last ADR of the trip -- Tuesday, September 29 -- 8:50 a.m. ADR at Boma's

We had a ressie at Boma's two years ago for dinner and cancelled it. I can't remember if it was because we were tired or because the food items just didn't appeal to me. I'm not much for spices, etc., and after reading MickeyNicki's review of their meal there, I'm glad we cancelled. But Nic said breakfast was great and I've never read a bad review of Boma for breakfast so I was glad when I was able to get this ADR.

We arrived at 8:30 as we were meeting another DISer--Aubriee--and we wanted to have a chance to visit prior to breakfast. We then decided that since our time was 8:50 and hers was 9:05 that maybe they would let us dine together. We checked in after Aubriee found us and they were very accomodating. We were seated as soon as we were given our beeper.

We started out with the West African Frunch Juice. Let me just say that i could have drank a gallon of this stuff--it was that good. And I'm not particularly fond of juice. I don't drink it at home and I only drink OJ at the Crystal Palace.



Here is a picture of Mark's first two plates (yes, he got them both at the same time):





A picture of my first plate:



I loved the french toast; I didn't care for the oatmeal at all.

Our second plates:

Mine --

Mark's --

I'm not a big fan of cinnamon, but this cinnamon roll was really, really god. When Mark got his second plate, they had just come out with raisin french toast. He really liked this.

Overall, we really enjoyed our breakfast at Boma and will go back next visit. It still takes second place to Crystal Palace (sorry...but nothing can replace the puffed french toast in my eyes or my stomach), but it was very good. Liked the french toast, the bacon was cooked perfectly and Mark really liked the almond bear claw pastries. I'm really glad we went.

Here's a picture of fellow DISer, Aubriee, and me.



Well, that is it for this year's reviews. We enjoyed all of our meals this year. If I had to rank them, I would put them in this order: LeCellier, Fulton's, Crystal Palace, Plaza, Sci Fi and Boma. Truthfully, they were all wonderful and the order is only because of the preference of the type of food we ate. Service was great everywhere we went and we saw no decline in the quality or quantity of the food.

It was an enjoyable trip--although too short--and we were so glad that we got to meet several DISer's on the trip. We had a good time with all of them.

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We headed off to Epcot. We skipped lunch as Mark wanted to try the School Bread that everyone raves about. So we got one of those and I got a cappucino. Mark enjoyed the School Bread--I wouldn't say he loved it, but he really liked it. I didn't care for it at all...but then I hate coconut (almost as much as I hate mushrooms).

Ok you dont like mushrooms or coconut...how are we friends??

After eating here, we continued on our journey through the countries. We decided to stop in France and look in the bakery and see what they were offering today. Mark wanted to try the chocolate eclair so we got one of those and another cappucino for me. Mark REALLY liked this; I didn't care for it, but I'm not a big fan of eclairs--especially the filling inside.



Since I didn't care for the eclair, I decided to get popcorn while we watched Illuminations.

DH is now excited about tomorrow for his eclair and popcorn fix....



Again, the cuteness just shines on!
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I started with the New England Clam Chowder Soup. This is one of the best Clam Chowder soups I have ever had:



This looks fantastic...I would get that and the salad with the yummy balsamic dressing that Mark and I LOVE LOVE LOVE and be happy for lunch that is!

I normally would have had the King Crab Claws but for some reason I just wasn't that hungry and because they are pricey (but so worth it), I didn't want to order them and waste any food. Therefore, I ordered the snow crab legs. I couldn't decide on the baked potato (of which I'd had about five of them while in Marco Island) or the Yukon Mashed Potatos. John said to go with the Yukon Mashed and I took his advice. Well, I'm sorry I did -- the most disgusting potatos I've ever had in my life (Mark tried them and declared them not fit for our dog...or any dog ). The snow crab legs on the other hand were very, very good.

Def a different chef on potato duty tonight!



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We headed off to Epcot. We skipped lunch as Mark wanted to try the School Bread that everyone raves about. So we got one of those and I got a cappucino. Mark enjoyed the School Bread--I wouldn't say he loved it, but he really liked it. I didn't care for it at all...but then I hate coconut (almost as much as I hate mushrooms).

Ok you dont like mushrooms or coconut...how are we friends??BECAUSE WE ARE BOTH PRETTY! And thank goodness for it!

After eating here, we continued on our journey through the countries. We decided to stop in France and look in the bakery and see what they were offering today. Mark wanted to try the chocolate eclair so we got one of those and another cappucino for me. Mark REALLY liked this; I didn't care for it, but I'm not a big fan of eclairs--especially the filling inside.



Since I didn't care for the eclair, I decided to get popcorn while we watched Illuminations.

DH is now excited about tomorrow for his eclair and popcorn fix....

There is NOTHING like Disney popcorn; I had it every day we were there!



Again, the cuteness just shines on!



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I started with the New England Clam Chowder Soup. This is one of the best Clam Chowder soups I have ever had:



This looks fantastic...I would get that and the salad with the yummy balsamic dressing that Mark and I LOVE LOVE LOVE and be happy for lunch that is!

Sounds like a perfect lunch to me!

I normally would have had the King Crab Claws but for some reason I just wasn't that hungry and because they are pricey (but so worth it), I didn't want to order them and waste any food. Therefore, I ordered the snow crab legs. I couldn't decide on the baked potato (of which I'd had about five of them while in Marco Island) or the Yukon Mashed Potatos. John said to go with the Yukon Mashed and I took his advice. Well, I'm sorry I did -- the most disgusting potatos I've ever had in my life (Mark tried them and declared them not fit for our dog...or any dog ). The snow crab legs on the other hand were very, very good.

Def a different chef on potato duty tonight!



Do you guys ever not photograph well??

I HATE having my picture taken and was really surprised that so many turned out well this year.
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