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Old 09-10-2012, 09:55 AM   #16
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Landscape of Flavors food court - Art of Animation resort - dinner

We had an ADR at House of Blues for dinner but just didn't feel like it. We hung around for awhile at Disney Quest, walked back through the West Side and then sat on a bench and dithered about what to do. I then had the idea of going over to Art of Animation and eating in their food court. One of the things on this trip we said we were going to do was to go and check out Art of Animation and this seemed like a good opportunity.

Before I get into the food, let me say that B was just wowed by Art of Animation. He loved everything about it, he loved what we could see of the Finding Nemo pool, he loved the Cars area, he went nuts over the arcade, he said he wanted to stay there every year for the next 5 years. We've stayed twice at Pop and at all the All Stars, but he said he thought Art of Animation was a zillion times better and wanted to know if we could switch right then from Coronado Springs. So, an over the top yes to Art of Animation from this 10 year old.





The food court, Landscape of Flavors, also got huge thumbs up from both of us. I love how it's different from the food courts at the other values.








B was so excited to do the build your own burger (he chose the angus burger, bacon and chipotle BBQ source). It came with seasoned fries which made it even better for him. He also rated this as the best burger he ate the whole trip, better than the ones he had at the TS restaurants. He also was impressed with the regular silverware in a food court. I went to the build your own salad area and I was in heaven. You have so many choices. I chose spinach as my base and added chicken, grape tomatoes, red pepper, cucumber, peas, corn, Parmesan cheese, bacon, croutons, and low fat Italian dressing. This was sooooo good. We also got a Mickey cupcake and an Art of Animation cupcake which were very cute. This was a great use of our QS credits. I do think we will be staying here for our next trip and am thinking that we would definitely enjoy the food court. We both rated this meal an A+.














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Loving your reviews. Interested to see the pictures of the buffet food at Pepper Mkt. We love cSR but stopped going when they stopped serving the buffet breakfast at Maya Grill. I know it sounds daft but we need our buffet breakfast to get moving

Also think the cupcakes at Disneyquest look amazing.
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Old 09-10-2012, 04:37 PM   #18
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Loving your reviews. Interested to see the pictures of the buffet food at Pepper Mkt. We love cSR but stopped going when they stopped serving the buffet breakfast at Maya Grill. I know it sounds daft but we need our buffet breakfast to get moving

Also think the cupcakes at Disneyquest look amazing.
We never did it make it to Maya Grill. I would have liked to have gone there for dinner one night, but we had enough other ADRs and it just wasn't meant to be.
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Wow I see a visit over to AOA in my future to try the food, looks great. I love all the theming there
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Wow I see a visit over to AOA in my future to try the food, looks great. I love all the theming there
Just from my one visit, I think it's worth it for the food alone, but definitely to get to see the resort too. I also would have liked to have tried the Mongolian beef stir fry or the Tandoori shrimp.
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8/28 - Cafe Rix breakfast

We had breakfast again at Cafe Rix. I had a cinnamon roll and an iced Mocha and B had Frosted Flakes and orange juice. The cinnamon roll was pretty good but the iced Mocha was extremely weak and you could barely taste any chocolate flavor. I know a lot of people think it's sacrilege to have Starbucks in WDW, but honestly I will be very happy to have some decent coffee there. Overall, we'd give this meal a B.


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8/28 - 50s Prime Time Cafe - lunch

We headed off to Hollywood Studios. The previous day when we'd blown off the House of Blues ADR, I wasn't sure what to do about needing another ADR and we decided to see if we could get an ADR at 50s Prime Time for lunch today. We already had an ADR at SciFi for dinner, but I thought if we got an early enough lunch it would be okay to have the two ADRs in one day. I was able to get one for 11:15, so this was perfect for us. I have to say I love the the new Disney Experience app, it was so easy to book the ADR through it.

We've been to 50s PT several times and I find that I either really enjoy myself there or find that the service is extremely slow and that it's too noisy and chaotic and I don't like it. This meal was one of the good ones. In fact, it was probably the best meal we've had there and a lot of that had to do with our server Donna who was fabulous. Not only did she really get into character, she was just super nice. This was also the first time B could order off of the adult menu and he was very excited about that. I got my regular meal here, the pot roast. It was really good, the meat was very tender, the veggies were perfect, the mash potatoes were yummy. B got the fried chicken with fries. They give you so much chicken, it was a half of a chicken, a breast, thigh, leg and wing. B loved, loved, loved it. He didn't touch the fries, but he went to town on that chicken.








While we were eating Donna had chastised me a couple of times for putting my elbows on the table. She had told us that if we got 3 strikes we'd have to stand in the corner and everyone would say "shame, shame, shame". To help me to remember to not put my elbows on the table, she came and put ketchup Mickey's in the corners of the table. B was doubling over with laughter at this. The family at the table next to us appeared to be first-timers at 50s PT and didn't seem to quite know what to make of this and seemed apprehensive at what Donna might do to them, lol.





For dessert, B ordered Dad's brownie sundae and I got the Boston Cream parfait. I usually get the sundae or the smores but Donna recommended the parfait saying it was her favorite, and she was right, it was really, really good. B was only able to manage a couple of bites of his sundae, but enjoyed it. It was funny though, to look at his sundae, it was hard to see that there was actually any ice cream under there.








Overall, I really enjoyed this meal. It was good food, good interaction with our server, and we seemed to be in a good location where it wasn't too chaotic and we weren't there for 2 hours like we've been during a previous meal. As far as B was concerned, this was his favorite meal of the whole trip. He was in love with the fried chicken and he thought Donna was great. I'd give the meal an A+, and B gave it an A+++++.
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Hi
Great reviews!! My DGD is 9 and I think she'll love Art of Animation. The food court sounds good. Thanks for taking your time to share.
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Great reviews!! My DGD is 9 and I think she'll love Art of Animation. The food court sounds good. Thanks for taking your time to share.
I bet she'll love it. It's so perfectly themed for the kids (and the adults too).
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Sci Fi - dinner

After lunch we spent a little more time touring HS and decided to use a couple of snack credits to get these cuties.



We went back to the resort for awhile, but came back to HS in the evening for our ADR at SciFi. We were seated in the back seat of one of the cars. There were some very tall girls seated in front of us and at first B couldn't see very well, but I switched seats with him and it was a little better.

This was also the first time we'd eaten at SciFi since they changed the menu. I used to either like to get the ribs or sometimes a burger. I wasn't sure what to get this time. I have to admit I was curious about the All American Picnic Burger (AllEars description - flame broiled Angus burger patty topped with grilled hot dog, sauerkraut, and sauteed onions, drizzled with ketchup, mustard and crowned with a pickle spear), but it just seemed like a bit too much. I decided to get the turkey sandwich (yes, I know another turkey sandwich, but I promise it's the last one on this trip). I was a little iffy with it because of the avocado mayo on it, but the taste was actually pretty subtle. I thought the sandwich was quite tasty, but not as good as the Plaza restaurant turkey sandwich. The multigrain bread was pretty tasty, but if it had been toasted it probably would have been better since it did tend to fall apart after awhile. The fries were good too. B got another angus burger, with bacon and fries. I know, we're sounding repetitive, I promise we did order other things, lol. He thought it was good too, but he preferred the one at Art of Animation.

For dessert nothing in particular was calling to us, so we both decided to get chocolate milkshakes. When our server had first come over he'd told us we could have them as regular drinks with our meal but could also have them instead as dessert. He also asked if we wanted them in to go cups which I thought was nice to ask, and we did get them that way. I think I drank most of mine, but B was too full for more than a few sips. They were quite good though. Overall, we'd give the meal an A-. The food wasn't quite as good as I think it was in the past, but we still love going to SciFi.

I wish the pics were a little better, but it was hard with the lighting. B made that ketchup Mickey himself.







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8/29 - Sommerfest (lunch), Italy - gelato, and ice cream sandwich

Nothing very interesting to report for breakfast, we just had some more of the Entenmann's donuts. We headed off to Epcot, we toured Future World until 11:00 and then headed off to World Showcase. Our intention today was to visit all the countries since we'd only just gave a quick visit to Canada and the UK on our previous Epcot day. Shortly before we made our way over to World Showcase we decided to get a snack since we were hungry. A cookies and cream Mickey ice cream sandwich hit the spot! Mmmm….. We would give this an A.








Okay, now to our lunch. B has always been a fan of what we call the Stacy show. While he likes the Must Do Disney, we both liked it much better when it was the Top 7 Must Sees. He used to especially like the part where she would say Germany, Italy, Japan, yummy, yummy, yummy. But they kept the part of the show where she's in Germany and she says "Pretzel und bier". Instead of hearing it that way, B always hears as "Pretzel, root beer". So his idea was to have lunch in Germany at Sommerfest and to get pretzels and root beer, and that's exactly what we did. I got two pretzels and two root beers. I used two snack credits for the pretzels but paid OOP for the sodas. You could apparently get a bratwurst or hot dog as a meal and then get the pretzel as a dessert as I saw others doing, but we just wanted the pretzels and drinks. The pretzels were good, but they could have used a little more salt. We gave this a B+.



And here was B in one of the stores in Germany with his pretzel Mickey ears, lol.




We backtracked to Italy to have some Gelato afterwards. I have to say that this is way, way overpriced. It was two small scoops for $5.95. We got the chocolate and it was very rich. B also announced he had to use the bathroom asap right after I bought it and I was stuck with it by myself. I just kept thinking that I was stuck with a $6 gelato that I wasn't really hungry for and that it was busy melting while he was in the bathroom. Just on taste, I'd give the gelato an A-, but for annoyance at the price and size of the serving, I'd downgrade it to a B or B+.


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We headed off to Hollywood Studios. The previous day when we'd blown off the House of Blues ADR, I wasn't sure what to do about needing another ADR and we decided to see if we could get an ADR at 50s Prime Time for lunch today. We already had an ADR at SciFi for dinner, but I thought if we got an early enough lunch it would be okay to have the two ADRs in one day. I was able to get one for 11:15, so this was perfect for us. I have to say I love the the new Disney Experience app, it was so easy to book the ADR through it.

We've been to 50s PT several times and I find that I either really enjoy myself there or find that the service is extremely slow and that it's too noisy and chaotic and I don't like it. This meal was one of the good ones. In fact, it was probably the best meal we've had there and a lot of that had to do with our server Donna who was fabulous. Not only did she really get into character, she was just super nice. This was also the first time B could order off of the adult menu and he was very excited about that. I got my regular meal here, the pot roast. It was really good, the meat was very tender, the veggies were perfect, the mash potatoes were yummy. B got the fried chicken with fries. They give you so much chicken, it was a half of a chicken, a breast, thigh, leg and wing. B loved, loved, loved it. He didn't touch the fries, but he went to town on that chicken.








While we were eating Donna had chastised me a couple of times for putting my elbows on the table. She had told us that if we got 3 strikes we'd have to stand in the corner and everyone would say "shame, shame, shame". To help me to remember to not put my elbows on the table, she came and put ketchup Mickey's in the corners of the table. B was doubling over with laughter at this. The family at the table next to us appeared to be first-timers at 50s PT and didn't seem to quite know what to make of this and seemed apprehensive at what Donna might do to them, lol.





For dessert, B ordered Dad's brownie sundae and I got the Boston Cream parfait. I usually get the sundae or the smores but Donna recommended the parfait saying it was her favorite, and she was right, it was really, really good. B was only able to manage a couple of bites of his sundae, but enjoyed it. It was funny though, to look at his sundae, it was hard to see that there was actually any ice cream under there.








Overall, I really enjoyed this meal. It was good food, good interaction with our server, and we seemed to be in a good location where it wasn't too chaotic and we weren't there for 2 hours like we've been during a previous meal. As far as B was concerned, this was his favorite meal of the whole trip. He was in love with the fried chicken and he thought Donna was great. I'd give the meal an A+, and B gave it an A+++++.
I love that pot roast! The one thing I had wished for was more au jus. Yours looks perfect!
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I love that pot roast! The one thing I had wished for was more au jus. Yours looks perfect!
It was really good! I've had it other times where the meat was a little too fatty or not tender enough, but this was just about perfect.
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PT 50s is the only place I eat fried chicken, it's out of this world good in my book and so is that pot roast!
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