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Old 10-04-2012, 07:23 AM   #1
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Trail's End or HDDR???

I'm torn between these two. I haven't been to HDDR since I was a kid. In our past 3 trips with the kids we just haven't been able to fit it in to our schedule. But, Trails End looks like it has a lot of the same foods. I realize its two totally separate experiences, but I'm just interested in how the food is at each. Is it comparable? TIA.
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The same kitchen and staff prepare the food for both restaurants. For example the fried chicken is the same for both. More selection at the buffet.
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The same kitchen and staff prepare the food for both restaurants. For example the fried chicken is the same for both. More selection at the buffet.
Perfect! Thanks!
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I haven't been either since I was young- I can't bring myself to pay the premium 2 credits for HDDR though...so I content myself with the same food elsewhere!
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HDDR isn't about the food at all. The show is amazing and well worth the money. Besides, the basic food fits in with the theming. I would highly recommend HDDR- it is a must for our family every trip and such good fun.
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