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Old 12-02-2013, 02:21 PM   #3646
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I didn't know you could get the turkey leg at Flame Tree BBQ?? It looks kind of small... is it a chicken drumstick?
Not the OP, but my ds had a turkey leg there in Sept. and it was HUGE.
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Old 12-02-2013, 04:46 PM   #3647
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Not the OP, but my ds had a turkey leg there in Sept. and it was HUGE.
he had a turkey leg at Flame Tree? I dont even see that on the menu.
(I wonder if that menu is changed.
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Old 12-02-2013, 05:16 PM   #3648
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he had a turkey leg at Flame Tree? I dont even see that on the menu.
(I wonder if that menu is changed.
I don't know if it's on the menu at Flame Tree, but there is a cart that sells the legs just on the other side of the bridge that leads from Flame Tree to Dinoland. I used to get the leg at the cart and then join the rest of my family as they got things from Flame Tree.
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Old 12-02-2013, 06:25 PM   #3649
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he had a turkey leg at Flame Tree? I dont even see that on the menu.
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I don't know if it's on the menu at Flame Tree, but there is a cart that sells the legs just on the other side of the bridge that leads from Flame Tree to Dinoland. I used to get the leg at the cart and then join the rest of my family as they got things from Flame Tree.
Nope, it was right at Flame Tree and it came with cole slaw and a drink as a CS meal.
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he had a turkey leg at Flame Tree? I dont even see that on the menu. (I wonder if that menu is changed.
It was on the menu when we went on Nov 19th.
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Old 12-02-2013, 07:57 PM   #3651
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Here's a photo of the Flame Tree menu board - scroll all the way down to almost the very end of page:
http://www.easywdw.com/uncategorized...nd-happenings/
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Here's a photo of the Flame Tree menu board - scroll all the way down to almost the very end of page:
http://www.easywdw.com/uncategorized...nd-happenings/
Scrolling is WAY too much work.

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Scrolling is WAY too much work.

We love the food at Flame Tree BBQ - a bargain and tasty. We will be eating lunch there in 2 days.
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Old 12-07-2013, 01:45 PM   #3654
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Not sure if I posted all these, but here they are anyway:

50's Prime Time

Fried Chicken Dinner with mashed potatoes and green beans
DD10 loved this but couldn't eat it all.
DS17, and DD19 also liked it, but think grandma's fried chicken is better.



Pot Roast
DH liked it, but felt that the restaurant was too much like homemade food and therefore not all that unique.



Kid's Meatloaf
I think dd3 liked it...I don't remember her complaining



Pot Pie
DS12 thought it was really good, except for the mushrooms



Kid's mac and cheese
DD9 liked it just fine



Kid's Chicken Nuggets
I think dd7 tried every variety of chicken nugget in the parks. She had no complaints about these



Gluten Free, Nut/Peanut Free Pot Pie
Chef at 50s was extremely helpful. Many items here are GF already or can be modified. DS14 thought it was delicious.



Mom's Sampler Platter
I had this. I was surprised that the one thing I thought I'd like the least was my favorite...the meatloaf. The rest was good, but not as flavorful as it could have been.



Gluten Free/Nut free/Peanut Free Brownie Sundae
DS14 couldn't finish this, it was so huge.



Boston Cream Pie Parfait. Big hit with DS17



Kid's make your own sundae
Always a big hit!

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Garden Grill

Cupcake



Pizza Planet

GF Pepperoni Pizza and GF Brownie



Sausage pizza, Caesar salad, Cappuccino Cupcake (I think)




Raglan Road

Blackwell Beauty - Deep dish blackwell pear tart with almond frangipane served with vanilla bean ice-cream and sweet anglaise $8.50
Very tasty!



Dundon's Delight - Raspberry pavlova with vanilla pod ice cream and raspberry sauce $8.50
dd19 thought it was just ok





Dunbrody Kiss - Chef Dundon's gift to America. Chocolate. Add chocolate. Then add some more. With us? $8.50
I think they liked this.



Ger's Bread and Butter Pudding
I thought it didnt' really live up to the hype, not that it wasn't good, but it was WAY too sweet...and I love sugar so that's saying something. Our waitress plated it for us.




Strawberry & Apple Crumble - fFresh strawberries and apples in a tart with berry compote and vanilla bean ice cream $8.50
Got it to go, minus the ice cream, and I had it for breakfast the next day. Very good!
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Thanks for posting. We've never tried 50s (wife is scared of getting yelled at), but I think the whole "tastes like home" is the gimmick. That's not the type of food we cook, so for us that would be special. But if grandma does make great fried chicken I can see how it wouldn't be of interest.
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Thanks for posting. We've never tried 50s (wife is scared of getting yelled at), but I think the whole "tastes like home" is the gimmick. That's not the type of food we cook, so for us that would be special. But if grandma does make great fried chicken I can see how it wouldn't be of interest.
They were low key when we were there ( we had the same fear.).
Waitress tried to have my ds17 eat his veggies, but he wouldn't play along so she just joked and walked away. No biggie.
Food was decent, chef was EXCELLENT with ds's food allergies. Can't say enough about that.
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Oh now that is just totally gross. That would keep me from eating it right there!! Ewwwwwww
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Ger's Bread and Butter Pudding
I thought it didnt' really live up to the hype, not that it wasn't good, but it was WAY too sweet...and I love sugar so that's saying something. Our waitress plated it for us.

I've never seen a waitress plate this tableside. That might be the problem. Did she pour the sauces on herself? They are very, very sweet, and a little goes a long way.... particularly the caramel sauce. Unfortunately this might have ruined the dish, as I generally find the pudding itself to be wonderfully flavorful.... definitely the best on property, and a good value considering the size of the portion. If I had one complaint, it'd be that it is too big, actually, as the top half of the pudding is far superior in my opinion to the bottom. In any case, just curious about how yours was done....
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I've never seen a waitress plate this tableside. That might be the problem. Did she pour the sauces on herself? They are very, very sweet, and a little goes a long way.... particularly the caramel sauce. Unfortunately this might have ruined the dish, as I generally find the pudding itself to be wonderfully flavorful.... definitely the best on property, and a good value considering the size of the portion. If I had one complaint, it'd be that it is too big, actually, as the top half of the pudding is far superior in my opinion to the bottom. In any case, just curious about how yours was done....
Yes. She said if you don't do it that way, you don't get sauce on all of it.
It was HUGE. could have shared with two people.
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