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Old 05-18-2013, 04:37 PM   #3331
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Fried chicken - this was amazing



Kid's pepperoni pizza



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Marinated Shrimp Salad from the French Market at Disneyland

Really more like a sandwich...easily one of the top two meals I've ever eaten at Disneyland in all my years! Highly recommend this!
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Old 05-18-2013, 04:44 PM   #3333
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Burger with cheese and bacon added



Chicken sandwich with cheese and bacon added



Hot dog



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Old 05-18-2013, 04:53 PM   #3334
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Snacks

Chocolate croissant, Starring Rolls, DHS



Red velvert cheesecake cupcake, Starring Rolls, DHS



Pretzel dog (no mustard), Min & Bill's Dockside Diner, DHS



It tasted much better than it looked

Oatmeal & raisin cookie, Sunshine Seasons, Epcot



Chocolate and caramel covered pineapple, Karamell Kuche, Epcot



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Cherry danish, Main Street Bakery, Magic Kingdom



Cinnamon Roll, Main Street Bakery, Magic Kingdom



Ham, egg & cheese croissant sandwich, Main Street Bakery, Magic Kingdom



Citrus swirl, Sunshine Tree Terrace, Magic Kingdom



Cookie sundae, Storybook Treats, Magic Kingdom



Waffle sandwich with nutella and fresh fruit, Sleepy Hollow Snacks, Magic Kingdom



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Old 05-24-2013, 07:49 PM   #3336
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Wolfgang Puck Express (Marketplace) August 2012:

Rotisserie Turkey Cobb Salad:


Chicken Pesto Sandwich:


Mac and Cheese:




Four Cheese Pesto Pizza:






Crème Brûlée Cheesecake:


Vanilla Frozen Yogurt with chocolate chips and rainbow sprinkles:
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Old 05-25-2013, 04:17 PM   #3338
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:13 PM   #3339
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Fish Tacos from Cove Bar at Disney California Adventure



And the view from my table:



More Disneyland pics are available in my current report.
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:50 PM   #3340
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Continuing with Figment Goes to the Flower & Garden (& Food) Festival...

Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie (Epcot, Breakfast)
This was another first for Figment. The Boulangerie reopened and he was was anxious to try it out for breakfast one morning. While he could have gone for the "healthier" stuff, Figment opted to go straight for the pastries and desserts. The Pain au Chocolat was very good. The croissant was buttery and flakey, while the chocolate was smooth and rich.



Figment also tried the Framboise (left) and the Cafe Au Latte (right). Both were mousse-like and very yummy. The framboise had raspberries and chocolate. The cafe au latte was coffee flavored. Yum!


Figment also tried the Citron (lemon meringue tart). It was very lemony and good.


Figment also picked up a few items from Les Halles to take back to the hotel room (he picked them up at the end of the day). The Boulangerie is set-up for people to take items with them "to go" and have bakery boxes available to transport multiple goodies. Figment got another cafe au latte mousse and a Mousse au Chocolat (right). The chocolate mousse was very rich and good.



He also got Cahusson Aux Pommes (left), Napoleon (middle back), Duo au Chocolat (right). All three were yummy. The apple turnover was good, with lots of apple flavor. The napoleon was good, but it wasn't the same as before. Figment couldn't really pin point the difference, but it wasn't as good as before. The chocolate dome was very good!



Captain's Grille (Yacht Club Resort, Dinner)
Figment decided to try another new place (well, new to him). This time it was Captain's Grill. The review of this restaurant was split among Figment's family. Most thought it was pretty good, but one thought it was only okay. The table that Figment was seated at was in an alcove area and as a result, was very noisy (everything echoed and the tables were really close together so you could easily hear the conversations of the tables next to you) and on the main path from the kitchen to dining room, so there were always servers and people walking by. Maybe a better table location would have helped Figment's opinion of Captain's Grill. Anyway, the meal begins with bread. Unfortunately, Figment doesn't really remember much about the bread other than it was bread.



Figment tried the New England Clam Chowder for an appetizer. It was very creamy and had lots of clams.



Figment also tried the crab cake appetizer. It had lots of crab in it and an interesting slaw. The flavor was good, but there wasn't very much for the price ($12).



Finally, he tried the Seared Scallops appetizer. It was not the usual sea scallops, but rather little bay scallops. There were several scattered about the plate (eight or so) and there were well seasoned. However, the plate was mostly vegetables. Again, it was tasty, but not worth the price ($11).



For his entree, Figment tried the Cabernet-Braised Short Rib (the house speciality according to the server). The short rib had good flavor and was very tender.



Figment would normally try the desserts, but nothing jumped out at him so he decided to head over the Marketplace instead in hopes of finding Oreo Bon Bons. They are available in packs of six from the Beach Club Marketplace. So good (and sweet)!



Sci Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios, Lunch)
It's fun to watch bad science fiction movie clips, cute cartoons, and eat in the dark! The only major drawback is the seating arrangement. In most cases, only two people can sit comfortably in one row (you might be able to squeeze in three is they're all slim or one is a small child). Still, the good is good (nothing fancy) and the atmosphere is fun. Figment loves pickles, so he decided to try the Fried Dill Pickles. They were really good! There were two pickle spears and then lots of pickle chips.



Figment was collecting souvenir items and the glow cube and sipper cup was a neat addition to his collection. The cup has the Sci Fi logo on it.



Figment tried three different entrees: the Reuben (top), the Angus Chuck Burger (middle), and the Famous All American Picnic Burger (bottom). The Reuben and Angus burger were both very good. The Picnic Burger has a hot dog on top of the burger (it didn't show up in the picture). It's huge, but very tasty.




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Old 06-04-2013, 03:40 PM   #3341
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Memorial weekend food pics

I tried hard to remember to take pics of my eats, but I didn't get all of them, but I did get most.

(Day 1 )Crazy corn at Paradiso 37


(Day 2)ADR at Sanaa, got a window table


Started off with a cocktail, I think mojito


Had to get the bread service.


I ordered the stewed meats. Durban shrimp and butter chicken


My wife got the tandoori chicken


(Day 3)
Waited 20 mins for BOG lunch


I got the roast beef sandwich


My wife got the croque


We split this cupcake, I don't remember what it was called


Dole whip snack


ADR at Kona. Bread w/ sweet crack butter w/ wings


I got the NY strip. I started eating the pineapple salsa on top before I remembered to take the pic!


My wife got the scallops


(Day 4) Leaving WDW to drive back home 2 hours away, stopped by IKEA and got some lunch at burger 21. YUM.

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Old 06-04-2013, 07:39 PM   #3342
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The only food pic I took on this trip

Create your own rice krispy treat from Goofy's Candy Co. White chocolate Dip with coconut and dark chocolate drizzle *Yummy*

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Old 06-06-2013, 09:44 AM   #3343
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This thread needs more pics! I found a bunch of photos from Crossroads at House of Blues that I figure I would post. We love this place and I don't feel it gets enough love on this board so I am here to change it!

Voodoo Shrimp


Veggie Flatbread


Tomato Basil Flatbread


BBQ Chicken Flatbread



Shrimp Tacos


Chicken Tacos


Beef Tacos


Jerk Wings


BBQ Wings


Rigatoni


Shrimp & Grits


Lobster Mac & Cheese


Jambalaya
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Old 06-06-2013, 09:55 AM   #3344
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Turkey Burger


Shrimp Po-boy


Pulled Pork


Mushroom Burger


Juicy Lucy


Island Turkey Burger


French Dip


Chicken Sandwich


Bacon Cheeseburger


Steak Salad


Cobb Salad


Beef Short Ribs


Salmon


Ribs


Ribeye Steak


NY Strip


Fried Chicken


Citrus Chicken


Bacon-wrapped Meatloaf


Key Lime Pie


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Continuing with Figment Goes to the Flower & Garden (& Food) Festival...

Via Napoli (Epcot, Lunch)
Via Napoli is one of Figment's favorite places to eat at Epcot. The food is very good, the restaurant is nice and bright, with an airy feeling, and watching the chefs make the pizza is fun. Available upon request, is bread. It wasn't anything fancy.



Figment started the meal with his two favorite appetizers: the Calamari Fritti (top), prosciutto e melone (middle), and the Arancini (bottom). Yum! The calamari is cripsy on the outside and tender on the inside. The dipping sauce is very good (but if you get one of the chili flakes on top, it can be hot). The prosciutto e melone is slices of cantelope with proscuitto on top. It's very good (especially if you like prosciutto). The arancini is one of his favorite appetizers. It’s crispy on the outside and filled with risotto and mozzarella. So yummy!





For his entrees, Figment had the Linguini Frutti di Mare (top) and the Prosciutto e Melone pizza (bottom). The linguini has lots of seafood (shrimp, clams, and squid) and a slightly spicy tomato sauce. The pizza is thin crusted with prosciutto and melon slices on top. It's Figment's favorite pizza.




And then it was time for dessert! Via Napoli has one of Figment's favorite desserts: the Coppa de Brutti Ma Buoni (the ugly but good) Sundae. It's vanilla gelato with Amarena cherries, a cookie, and cherry sauce. It's very rich, but very good.



Via Napoli also helped celebrate the anniversary by giving Figment's family a cookie with two candles!



Monsieur Paul (Epcot, Dinner)
This was another new place for Figment. He'd been to the Bistro long ago, but was looking forward to trying the new incarnation. Sadly, the meal did not live up to expectations/hopes. The food was good, but the service was lacking and the atmosphere was fairly stuffy (at least compared to other Disney World signature restaurants). The meal begins with the Amuse-Bouche (top). They were bite-sized cheese puffs. Following that was a baguette with butter (bottom).




Figment opted to skip the appetizers because nothing really jumped out at him (or they were really expensive). So on to the entrees. Figment started with the Rouget Atlantique en ecailles de pommes de terre, fenouil, sauce romarin (Red snapper in potato "scales", braised fennel, and rosemary sauce) (top). It was good and the presentation was very pretty.



The next entree was the St. Jacques parfum d'hiver, emulsion de creme au rhum (Seared scallops, black truffle spaghettini, Romanesco cabba). The scallops were cooked perfectly. The foam was a little weird (kind looked like soap and didn't have much flavor).



The final entree was the Magret de canard aux epices, navet con fit, pommes paillasson, compote vierge (Roasted duck breast, oriental spices, turnip confit, grated potatoes). Again, it had good flavor and a pretty presentation.



Then it was on to dessert. Figment tried three of the desserts and they were all okay, but not terribly memorable (which means not outstanding). The first was the Millefeuilles aux Fruits rouges (Berries Napoleon with light lemon cream and strawberry sorbet).



The next dessert was the Vacherin glace vanille, sorbet framboise, creme chantilly (Vanilla ice cream and raspberry sorbet in a meringue, whipped cream). It was very pretty in the restaurant (dark lighting).



The last dessert was the Entremets aux trois chocolat, glace au chocolat (Three chocolate cake, chocolate ice cream). It had lots of chocolate and Figment's favorite chocolate puffs on top.



Next time...Raglan Road Sunday Brunch and Be Our Guest for dinner...
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