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Old 06-18-2011, 07:58 PM   #271
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San Angel in Mexico....the food was by far the worst we've had anywhere - flavorless, disgusting and barely edible. I think Taco Bell is even better than this place. YUK!
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Old 06-18-2011, 10:34 PM   #272
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WOW. You should steer clear & keep your husband far away from 1900 Park Fare. There are these two women that work there-stepsisters I believe-& they are also known for hitting on husbands and sons and brothers and anything that walks. They have no moral values either!!!
Plus, they are gold diggers. They both asked my brother if he had his own castle. Shameless. Hussies.
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:13 PM   #273
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no Teppan Edo

We tried Teppan Edo last year for the first time and didn't care for it. Overpriced, my steak was almost raw (I should have asked the "chef" to cook it more) and hardly seasoned. The ginger cake was rather gross. Won't go back.

We'd like to try LeCelier again, the last time we were there we didn't enjoy it as much as usual but felt as though the dining plan had kinda wrecked the place. Too many families eating there that probably wouldn't have if they were "paying" for a fine dining experience, and the menu seemed dumbed down. Can't beat the cheddar cheese soup but the portions were much smaller.
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:29 PM   #274
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Chef Mickey! I love the characters but the food is awful. We spent way too much money to eat that poor excuse for food. We didn't like breakfast or dinner. Dinner was the worst.
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Old 06-19-2011, 12:57 AM   #275
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We tried Teppan Edo last year for the first time and didn't care for it. Overpriced, my steak was almost raw (I should have asked the "chef" to cook it more) and hardly seasoned. The ginger cake was rather gross. Won't go back.

About that steak, in their defense the steaks only have a small bit of salt and pepper on them, on purpose. The sauces you dip them in are where you get the flavorfull seasoning IF you want it. Did you try the sauces?
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Old 06-19-2011, 12:12 PM   #276
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Hollywood and Vine for dinner! Food was so-so and I wasn't a fan of the setting and atmosphere either. We had a great waiter though
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Old 06-19-2011, 12:35 PM   #277
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Of what we've tried the 3 I will not do ever again-

Coral Reef- really bad food at an outrageous price
San Angel Inn- food sucks
Tony's- Olive Garden would be a tremendous improvement over that junk.

Some of the complaints on Les Chefs are kind of funny. I don't think many people are familiar with classic French food. Bland cream sauces are a staple. They pretty much do that. The authentic rude to Americans service and waitpersons with BO always gives me a laugh. But I enjoy having a leisurely 2 hour lunch there with some nice wine while people watching out the windows. Makes for a great midday break.

Food poisoning- People always blame the last place they ate but most take 12-24 hours to show up and some as long as 36 hours. Toxic contamination(think cleaning products) is pretty much the only thing that hits quickly. I've taken food sanitation classes dozens of times to maintain sanitation certification as a former pastry chef.

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Old 06-19-2011, 01:14 PM   #278
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Yes, it was to character. I am a chubby, balding, 40 something male and Ariel did the same thing to me as well a couple of years ago. I highly doubt she saw me in her eyes as Captain Jack Sparrow and wanted to go for a ride on my ship.

I'm 6'4" and my wife nearly choked on her food when Belle told me, "Oh my, you're much bigger than my Beast."
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Old 06-19-2011, 06:44 PM   #279
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For us it was Ohana's. The food was bad and the service was even worse. It is the one place I refuse to return to.
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I'm 6'4" and my wife nearly choked on her food when Belle told me, "Oh my, you're much bigger than my Beast."
What a tramp!
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:25 PM   #281
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Crystal Palace was a bust.

Dining is a big part of our vacation to WDW and we've had dozens of outstanding meals. The worst--never to be repeated (at least not with adults) was Crystal Palace. We went for dinner on our last trip. We arrived on time and waited almost an hour for our table. The food was not very good and it took the characters a long time to make the rounds. After an hour, we had only seen a few but we couldn't stand the idea of wasting more time in a crowded noisy place so we left. We had only seen our waiter three times; once when he took our drink order, once when he brought the drinks and then when he brought the check. It turned my stomach to give him the tip suggested. Never again...until I have a grandchild that begs to see Pooh
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:46 PM   #282
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For us it was Ohana's. The food was bad and the service was even worse. It is the one place I refuse to return to.
I agree with you completely!!!!!!
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Old 06-20-2011, 03:41 PM   #283
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Worst dining exprerience:
Ohana: bad service and food too salty
Sci-fi: worst burger I ever ate and slow service
Le Cellier:not worth the hype but still ok for lunch (1 credit on DDP)
Sunshine season: a lot of choice but not good and smells like cafeteria in there...yuk!

My favorites sit downs are:
Boma: amazing food and service
50's Prime time: for atmosphere more than food which is still ok
Les Chefs: for great food but rude waiter

My favorite QS:
-Flame tree bbq: amazing
-Columbia Harbour house: lighthouse sandwich
-Epcot World showcase: so many great options
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Old 06-20-2011, 07:44 PM   #284
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Least favorites
Marrakesh--food just didn't do it for us and we will not be returning
50s Prime Time--probably some of the worst food I have had in all WDW

Most favorites
Liberty Tree Tavern--was quite surprised by the quality of the food
Tokyo Dining--very underrated and very good food, wonderful service
Boma--best buffet in WDW
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:16 PM   #285
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