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Old 07-16-2014, 11:58 PM   #1
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Tokyo Dining and Teppan Edo on Candlelight Processional

What are the meals like for Tokyo Dining and Teppan Edo when you have the Candlelight Processional reservation? Trying to decide between the 2 and wanted to know what the appetizers are? Any restrictions on entrees?

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Old 07-17-2014, 01:27 AM   #2
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TEPPAN EDO:
Appetizers
Assorted Tempura
Edemame
Shrimp Cocktail
Asakusa - Teppan-Yaki
Child's Menu - Ebi Teppan -Yaki
Child's Menu - Tempura Combo
Child's Menu - Tori Teppan-Yaki
Tofu Appetizers
Child's Menu- Vegetable Croquette
Nihonbashi Teppan-Yaki
Teriyaki Chicken and Rice
Ueno Teppan-Yaki

Desserts
Chocolate Ginger Cake
Green Tea Pudding
Soft Serve Ice Cream

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We have Teppan Edo for Candlelight.

Where do you find the menus for Candlelight? do they have a set menu for Candlelight not the regular menu?
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. . . Where do you find the menus for Candlelight? . . .

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Are you saying Teppan Edo has a specific menu for Candlelight Processional packages unlike the other participating restaurants where you order from their regular menu?
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I don't think they have a specific menu, but I think they limit the options on their regular menu.

I was wondering mainly if there was any way to get sushi as an appetizer (or included as a combo) at Teppan Edo. My DH & DD like sushi. We normally go to Tokyo Dining because of that. But I am not a fan of sushi and prefer the Teppan grill style. So I was trying to figure out which of the 2 restaurants would be the best choice for us for Candlelight Processional.

Last year we went to Chinese restaurant for the Candlelight Processional. It was really good! But we were paying OOP and that is one of the cheaper restaurants. This year we will have the dining plan, so I can choose whichever one we would like best, regardless of cost!

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. . . I was wondering mainly if there was any way to get sushi as an appetizer (or included as a combo) at Teppan Edo . . .

1) For the most part, menu substitutions aren't done.
2) Taking sushi would probably be OOP, if it is like last year.
. . . sushi is more expensive than the listed appy selections
. . . sushi also takes added labor
3) For such packages,
. . . DDP pays a specific reimbursement
. . . the eatery managers calculate cost & profit and usually stay with it
4) MAYBE you can get a substitution if you ask - can't predict at the moment.
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1) For the most part, menu substitutions aren't done.
2) Taking sushi would probably be OOP, if it is like last year.
. . . sushi is more expensive than the listed appy selections
. . . sushi also takes added labor
3) For such packages,
. . . DDP pays a specific reimbursement
. . . the eatery managers calculate cost & profit and usually stay with it
4) MAYBE you can get a substitution if you ask - can't predict at the moment.
I understand sushi is expensive and labor intensive. I'm not looking for a substitution. I'm just trying to figure out what the options are so I can make the best choice for our ADR.

It sounds like maybe Tokyo Dining would be our best bet because many of the entrees contain sushi options.

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