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Old 09-09-2012, 03:22 PM   #61
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The shrimp looked so great! I'm not a big scallops fan, but theirs must be really good, as I understand that at Cookes of Dublin, the scallops are one of the most popular items!

Looking forward to more yumminess!!
See, I can take or leave shrimp, depending on how they are prepared. But scallops, I am almost all-in on those. Many more yumminess to come.

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The appetizers look so good! Interestingly enough, last year you didn't have to have two people order the scallops (since I ordered them as my appetizer on the DxDP last year). That's a disappointing change.

Looking forward to more! Raglan Road is one of my mom's favorites. For now, I could take it or leave it, but maybe your review will convince me that next time I should take it!
I had no idea about the sharing because on allears, it doesn't mention sharing but on the menu of Raglan Road that they give you, it does.

See how the one section says it's all for me and the other says it's all for sharing. It was definitely a disappointment for me, but nobody else. If I go back (and not on the dining plan) I would get them and dessert and share an entree.

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I had the shepherd's pie at Raglan Road and also didn't love it. It was just very heavy and a bit too 'meaty' for me. That said, it looked like there were some wonderful dishes in your meal, and now I'm kind of missing RR.

I hope you liked Yachtsman!
So, DDW, are you gonna go back to RR??? Have I sufficiently convinced you?
You shall find out next if I liked Yachtsman. I may or maynot get that up tonight. DD has gymnastics from 5-7pm my time, so I might have time to pull that together tonight. I will say this, both DH and I are open to trying more signatures on our next trip.

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I loved the Ham and the bread pudding when I ate at RR. I have to go back some of these days.

Great review! Can't wait to hear about Yachtsman.

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Hi Jill, My DH still is raving about both of those and we had many other things since then that he liked too. Yachtsman will be next.
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Old 09-09-2012, 03:31 PM   #62
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My family loves Raglan Road! I've never tried the Shepherd's Pie and based on your review I think I'll continue to pass. The bread pudding at RR is my favourite on Disney property and I really enjoyed the ham on my last visit.

Great first review, looking forward to more!
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My family loves Raglan Road! I've never tried the Shepherd's Pie and based on your review I think I'll continue to pass. The bread pudding at RR is my favourite on Disney property and I really enjoyed the ham on my last visit.

Great first review, looking forward to more!
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I think one of the points I would like to get across in this report is that I read so many dining reviews before going on this trip and built up so many dishes in my head and so many people loved or hated this dish or that, and I let that make my decision for me. I sometimes didn't even really read the menus and may have missed out on something I would have REALLY loved because someone said this or that is the bomb. I learned that I need to read the menu and see what combos and spices and ingredients the food offers and what combinations I would like, not someone else. If you had passed on it before because it wasn't what you would like and still isn't, then I wholeheartedly say pass but if you think you may like that combo, please don't let my not raving about it stop you or anyone else. As our vacation started to go on, I did read the menus and see if I wanted to try something new or was I willing to give new a try. But it ended up being based on what I wanted, not what a review said. Hope I didn't throw you off or offend you, it was just such a big lesson for me on this trip.
One other thing, I have 1 real regret from this trip, I kept thinking in my head that I should try creme brule and I stopped myself everytime. Reasons were, my DH doesn't like it and didn't think I should get it, and I have never had it. Now I look back and think, I really would have loved to try it to see if I have been missing something all these years. The voices in my head held me back a little and I didn't live on the edge like I would have liked to.

I hope that helps you or anyone else reading this, if you want it, get it and don't let me or anyone else hold you back!
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Jumping in late! I wanted to eat at RR last time I went down, but I couldn't convince the rest of my family. Hopefully next time! (fingers crossed)

Cant wait to see what else you had!
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I think one of the points I would like to get across in this report is that I read so many dining reviews before going on this trip and built up so many dishes in my head and so many people loved or hated this dish or that, and I let that make my decision for me. I sometimes didn't even really read the menus and may have missed out on something I would have REALLY loved because someone said this or that is the bomb. I learned that I need to read the menu and see what combos and spices and ingredients the food offers and what combinations I would like, not someone else. If you had passed on it before because it wasn't what you would like and still isn't, then I wholeheartedly say pass but if you think you may like that combo, please don't let my not raving about it stop you or anyone else. As our vacation started to go on, I did read the menus and see if I wanted to try something new or was I willing to give new a try. But it ended up being based on what I wanted, not what a review said. Hope I didn't throw you off or offend you, it was just such a big lesson for me on this trip.
One other thing, I have 1 real regret from this trip, I kept thinking in my head that I should try creme brule and I stopped myself everytime. Reasons were, my DH doesn't like it and didn't think I should get it, and I have never had it. Now I look back and think, I really would have loved to try it to see if I have been missing something all these years. The voices in my head held me back a little and I didn't live on the edge like I would have liked to.

I hope that helps you or anyone else reading this, if you want it, get it and don't let me or anyone else hold you back!
I think you make some very good points and I've always tried to make choices on our trips based on my own families preferences. You're absolutely right in that everyone is different and what is nirvana to some may turn someone else off completely. For instance, many rave about Tangierene Cafe but it doesn't do anything for my family. To each his own. I've always passed on the RR Shepherd's Pie because I'm not really a fan of ground lamb and when you mentioned that you found the dish somewhat tasteless without the sauce, I decided I'm not missing much, LOL. I do however LOVE the Cottage Pie at Rose & Crown. No ground lamb to be found in that one!

It sounds like you'll just have to schedule another WDW trip so you can sample some creme brulee!
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Old 09-09-2012, 05:43 PM   #68
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Your Shepherd's pie looks good! But I REALLY want what your DD ordered - that looks amazing! At least you tried the items you thought you would like and next time order something different.

Like you, I'm not a dark chocolate fan so the chocolate dessert looks good but the bread pudding - definitely a winner!!
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Hi MrsB,
I think one of the points I would like to get across in this report is that I read so many dining reviews before going on this trip and built up so many dishes in my head and so many people loved or hated this dish or that, and I let that make my decision for me. I sometimes didn't even really read the menus and may have missed out on something I would have REALLY loved because someone said this or that is the bomb. I learned that I need to read the menu and see what combos and spices and ingredients the food offers and what combinations I would like, not someone else. If you had passed on it before because it wasn't what you would like and still isn't, then I wholeheartedly say pass but if you think you may like that combo, please don't let my not raving about it stop you or anyone else. As our vacation started to go on, I did read the menus and see if I wanted to try something new or was I willing to give new a try. But it ended up being based on what I wanted, not what a review said. Hope I didn't throw you off or offend you, it was just such a big lesson for me on this trip.
One other thing, I have 1 real regret from this trip, I kept thinking in my head that I should try creme brule and I stopped myself everytime. Reasons were, my DH doesn't like it and didn't think I should get it, and I have never had it. Now I look back and think, I really would have loved to try it to see if I have been missing something all these years. The voices in my head held me back a little and I didn't live on the edge like I would have liked to.

I hope that helps you or anyone else reading this, if you want it, get it and don't let me or anyone else hold you back!
You definitely need to try creme brle at some point. It is definitely one of my favorite desserts. On our upcoming trip I am going to try to get it as many times as I can. but I'm also not a big chocolate fan.
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Adding myself on. I need to start collecting the new places we want to eat next time, and most of your list is new to us.
As for Creme Brula we tried it for the first time at Brow Derby, and it is now a favorite, however not always as good as our first. Highly reccomend you try it.
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My DD and I got the bread pudding ate a bit of it and thought it was terribly dry. We left the rest. I wish we thought to dump it on the plate. It allows you to get to the moist part and past the crunchier top part. Also, we received such a small amount of the sauces in the pitchers. I came home and saw pictures of other people's little pitchers and they had more, which would have solved some of the dry problems.

We really didn't care for it, ate very little but I think we had it so built up in our mind (and already had O'hana's bread pudding) the pudding thing didn't stand a chance.
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Jumping in late! I wanted to eat at RR last time I went down, but I couldn't convince the rest of my family. Hopefully next time! (fingers crossed)

Cant wait to see what else you had!
Not too late, you joined in during my first meal of the trip, many more to come. Here is hoping that you can eventually convince them to go. It took a bit to convince DH but with our other choices, RR was the best one for us.

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I think you make some very good points and I've always tried to make choices on our trips based on my own families preferences. You're absolutely right in that everyone is different and what is nirvana to some may turn someone else off completely. For instance, many rave about Tangierene Cafe but it doesn't do anything for my family. To each his own. I've always passed on the RR Shepherd's Pie because I'm not really a fan of ground lamb and when you mentioned that you found the dish somewhat tasteless without the sauce, I decided I'm not missing much, LOL. I do however LOVE the Cottage Pie at Rose & Crown. No ground lamb to be found in that one!

It sounds like you'll just have to schedule another WDW trip so you can sample some creme brulee!
Maybe the lamb was the problem, I have never had it before in any form. I just figured that it would mix in with the beef. I am glad I tried it, but if I hadn't been so focused on that, I probably gotten the same as DD. Glad I didn't offend you with my comments. It just struck me that I was wanted what others thought was the best and it would be for me also. It's kinda like I wouldn't ever order many of the items that DDW orders because I don't like certain things. So, I wouldn't order them but I might still go there if they have great food and service because I might find something that I like at that restaurant. I will have to wait almost 2 years for DWD creme brulee. We are planning on a cruise for next year. We have to go back to Rose and Crown again soon. We haven't been there in about 9 or 10 years.

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Your Shepherd's pie looks good! But I REALLY want what your DD ordered - that looks amazing! At least you tried the items you thought you would like and next time order something different.

Like you, I'm not a dark chocolate fan so the chocolate dessert looks good but the bread pudding - definitely a winner!!
Brenda, DD's was sooooo yummy! Tender and juicy and lots of it. Yes, next time we are in Disney, I think we will approch our dining in a whole different way. DH and I have already been discussing it. DH wanted to eat all the bread pudding but didn't want any problems on our bus ride back... The chocolate was good and I ate all that but not the bottom.

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You definitely need to try creme brle at some point. It is definitely one of my favorite desserts. On our upcoming trip I am going to try to get it as many times as I can. but I'm also not a big chocolate fan.
It's funny because I think I would like it but am scared too try it, and I am not sure why. Like pistacio ice cream, I like pistacios and ice cream so why haven't I tried it? Don't know??? I think my problem is that I always convince myself to try something else I know I do like already and don't try something new, being afraid I won't like it and have wasted a dessert. Time to branch out.

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Thanks for joining klacey! It was a neat place with many great foods and a nice variety. Seafood, chicken, redmeats all from low intensity to spicy. I will do it again sometime, especially when a 10 yr old and 13 yr old love it as well.

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Adding myself on. I need to start collecting the new places we want to eat next time, and most of your list is new to us.
As for Creme Brula we tried it for the first time at Brow Derby, and it is now a favorite, however not always as good as our first. Highly reccomend you try it.
Hi Caseheidi! Glad to have you along. We were really happy to try 7 or 8 new places this time too. My DH never would try BD because it was signature. Now that he had signature, he says next trip we will do many more! And I will have at least 1 Creme Brulee on my list early that way if I like it, I will be able to get more throughout the vacation.

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My DD and I got the bread pudding ate a bit of it and thought it was terribly dry. We left the rest. I wish we thought to dump it on the plate. It allows you to get to the moist part and past the crunchier top part. Also, we received such a small amount of the sauces in the pitchers. I came home and saw pictures of other people's little pitchers and they had more, which would have solved some of the dry problems.

We really didn't care for it, ate very little but I think we had it so built up in our mind (and already had O'hana's bread pudding) the pudding thing didn't stand a chance.
I sweetspot, thanks for reading along. 2 years ago when we did Ohana for the first time was when I had bread pudding for the first time and I thought I would hate it (not sure why). But I liked it alot. It is not my favorite dessert, but I won't turn it away. DH didn't let me try the bread pudding at RR so I have no idea which I like better.
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Ok I need to take care of a little forgotten business here. Since we were on the Deluxe Dining plan. I want to let you know how much it cost and at the end let you know if we saved any money and if it was worth it. So for our Lunch at Raglan Road for everything we got including our lemonades and sodas, was

$168.27 + tip or for us 4 ts credits or $42.07/credit.

I was going to try to get our Yachtsman dinner going but I want to give it the proper time to get it right so it will have to wait until tomorrow. But what I did remember was that after we got back to our Resort, I did use 2 snack credits. We were hanging at the pool with my parents and I asked if they wanted something and they said they would like a smoothie. They each had one. My DMom got a Mango smoothie from Landscapes of Flavor and it was sweet, cool and refreshing. My DDad got a Wildberry smoothie and it was quite tart but also cool and refreshing. The only problem was it was so hot and they fill the cups so full that I felt like I was trying to suck down my dads smoothie so it wasn't all over my hands and the floor just trying to get from the building to our unbrella table at the pool. I know, what a sacrifice to drink a smoothie. Sorry no pictures, but they went down really easily said my mom and dad.

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$10.21 (including tax) or 2 sc or $5.10/sc

While I was in Landscapes, I decided to pick up our mugs and take them back to the room. The 4 mugs would have cost me

$61 I paid 0 (free with Dining Plan) I gave 2 of them to my mom and dad who took them home with them.

*another bit of business, in the interest of FULL disclosure, for those of you that may be looking for some nice spirits and "adult beverages" here, you will find none! We are not big alcohol drinkers normally but especially around our kids. Sorry!!
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