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Old 02-16-2013, 08:19 AM   #1546
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:22 AM   #1547
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So of course I had to call about the Jack Sparrow Cake I talked to Chef Brian he said they are not doing them at this time. But the Tinker Bell cupcake is $8.00. Not sure about the other cupcakes but I would think they would run about the same.



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Old 02-16-2013, 10:48 AM   #1548
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For our anniversary trip last weekend, we were dining at Be Our Guest restaurant. I didn't like the looks of any of their desserts (and there are currently restrictions on the kinds of cakes that can be delivered there) so I decided to order a mini 2-tier cake to be delivered to our room at the Contemporary after we got back from dinner
Do you think this cake would be a good size for four people?
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Old 02-16-2013, 04:12 PM   #1549
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These are two cakes we ordered during our Christmas/NYE trip. The first was a birthday cake for friends from the GF bakery delivered to our Wishes Cruise on NYE. Almond flavor and I cannot remember the filling either passion fruit or just buttercream. No fondant just buttercream with the fondant cutouts $85 8 inch.

The second was the mini tier at CG, chocolate cake with buttercream, $35. No real celebration, so our server just added every celebration chocolate that they had. He was quite amusing.

These were by far the freshest and most flavorful cakes we have ordered. I was frankly shocked as in the past the cakes were attractive but we did not have the best luck with flavor/freshness. I used IPO through the Poly to order both of these and was pleasantly surprised that it turned out well.
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These are two cakes we ordered during our Christmas/NYE trip. The first was a birthday cake for friends from the GF bakery delivered to our Wishes Cruise on NYE. Almond flavor and I cannot remember the filling either passion fruit or just buttercream. No fondant just buttercream with the fondant cutouts $85 8 inch.

The second was the mini tier at CG, chocolate cake with buttercream, $35. No real celebration, so our server just added every celebration chocolate that they had. He was quite amusing.

These were by far the freshest and most flavorful cakes we have ordered. I was frankly shocked as in the past the cakes were attractive but we did not have the best luck with flavor/freshness. I used IPO through the Poly to order both of these and was pleasantly surprised that it turned out well.
Thank you so much for posting. They are really nice. Was wondering if I should call myself or go through IPO at the Poly when we stay on September. Thanks to you I got my answer. Also I was thinking I wanted almond cake with passion fruit mousse too so if that is what you did get I am glad it was good. Thank you again for the post
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At this time we are not able to accommodate any requests for the R2D2 cakes.
Dang it! Maybe if we bug them enough they'll start offering that one. Maybe they can start making some cute Star Wars apples or cupcakes to sell all year.
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I think I read somewhere in this thread that you can take candles with you?

Will the restaurant light them or do I need to take something with me?
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Dang it! Maybe if we bug them enough they'll start offering that one. Maybe they can start making some cute Star Wars apples or cupcakes to sell all year.
I thought this would be the response. However, I really hope they add some sort of Star Wars themed cakes with the purchase of the franchise.
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I know I saw some pics on here of te screen printed cakes. I'm thinking of ordring an 8" cake, one of the $32 ones, with personalization & screen print.

Does anyone know what charactes are available for the screen prints?

I already had ordered an 8" cake but my DH is eyeballing the price & asking if I can do it cheaper some how. It would be delivered to the Garden Grille, so the order would stilll go through Yvette at YC right?
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I was wondering about the screen print as well. Thinking of a Phineas and Ferb cake for a client of mine. They'll be having dinner at Crystal Palace.
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For our anniversary trip last weekend, we were dining at Be Our Guest restaurant. I didn't like the looks of any of their desserts (and there are currently restrictions on the kinds of cakes that can be delivered there) so I decided to order a mini 2-tier cake to be delivered to our room at the Contemporary after we got back from dinner
What are the restrictions? I read what was posted on page 1. Any additional information?
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I think I read somewhere in this thread that you can take candles with you?

Will the restaurant light them or do I need to take something with me?
Never mind...I found my answer on page 1
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Cool news!! Just hung up with Carolyn at the CR private dining. I'm arranging a cake for a friend at CRT. I casually mentioned we are staying at AKL and I wanted one of Brian's cakes. She said they can't deliver there but you CAN pick up at cake at the Wave!!
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Just got off the phone ordering the cake for my sister's 50th birthday this Sunday! I emailed with Chef Brian last week and he said he could do the 8" cake with green fondant, put a road around the base of the cake and on the top, and put a 2D image of Mickey running. Sounds cute! I just completed the order and can't wait to see it! Will definitely post pics when I get home!
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Do you think this cake would be a good size for four people?
Yes, and you'll still have leftovers!


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Does anyone know what charactes are available for the screen prints?

I already had ordered an 8" cake but my DH is eyeballing the price & asking if I can do it cheaper some how. It would be delivered to the Garden Grille, so the order would stilll go through Yvette at YC right?
For a simple 8-inch with a screen print you can just use Epcot's balery by calling the Cake Hotline. You only need to go through Y&BC if you want something elaborate with fondant. When you call, they can tell you which characters are available.

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What are the restrictions? I read what was posted on page 1. Any additional information?
Right now BOG doesn't have a cooler big enough to accommodate elaborate cakes, so the Contemporary is evaluating each request individually. You can describe to them what you're after and they'll let you know if it's possible.

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Cool news!! Just hung up with Carolyn at the CR private dining. I'm arranging a cake for a friend at CRT. I casually mentioned we are staying at AKL and I wanted one of Brian's cakes. She said they can't deliver there but you CAN pick up at cake at the Wave!!
This is indeed great news! Thanks for sharing!
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