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Old 12-12-2012, 03:14 PM   #16
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I like 'Ohana a lot but it can be hit or miss. We've never had a bad meal there but others report slow service or missing courses.

If you do get back to DD, I would also recommend Raglan Road and Earl of Sandwich. We always hit both places every time we go (not on the same day, of course!).
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Ohana is great. You certainly won't leave hungry.
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You could also try the Fork and Dine at AMC in downtown Disney.

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Old 12-23-2012, 01:07 PM   #19
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Raglan Road my girls loved the Irish dancers.
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Raglan Road my girls loved the Irish dancers.

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well i changed plans got a reservation for ohana instead of doing downtown Disney. Has any ate there?
Ohana's is def. one of the best restaurants in WDW. Great bang for buck & the absolute best Bread Pudding there is...

Although the 5 times we've eaten here (4 for dinner) we've always had large parties...Not sure but that adds to the overall meal and fun IMHO. the other time was a breakfast for the 4 of us which was great as well. You'll have a great time either way..

If something does change though for DTD I would have to say Bongo's is a can't miss.... Trust , it has all.....Ambience , food, atmosphere, service...
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Here's yet another vote for Raglan Road! The food and atmosphere are superb! If you're not looking for TS, my vote goes to WPE. Their food is incredible and some of my favorite, EVER. I'm definitely spoiled as there's one located inside of a local casino that's 10 minutes from my house so I eat there often!

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Old 12-24-2012, 08:23 AM   #23
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Our 2 favorite places to eat at DTD are House of Blues and T-Rex. You two can both definitely eat and have a full meal for less than $75 if you are careful. There were 5 of us and every meal check we had for dinner was for $200 but that is with 5 entrees and 5 desserts.

We have also eaten at Rainforest Cafe and Planet Hollywood but if I had to pick just one place at DTD to eat it would probably be T-Rex.

Everyone in our party said it was the best food of the trip. I agree kind of. My actual personal favorite place to eat is the Cape May Seafood Buffet but you can't really eat dinner there for less than $75.
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You could also try the Fork and Dine at AMC in downtown Disney.
Love that place! It's surprisingly very good quality. We try to go there when going to see a movie.

OP, O'Hanas is very nice and highly sought after. I agree it can be hit or miss. Lots of meat and lots of sweet/sticky sauces.

For DTD, I think almost anywhere is good. I am not a huge fan of Rainforest, Planet Hollywood, T-Rex....but then It hink that's more about atmosphere than food.

Cookes of Dublin, Earl os Sandwich, and Wolfgang are great for quick service. House of Blues is nice, and I LOVE Raglan Road.

I've not had a chance to try the others. I keep eyeballing Bongos and Paradiso though. I'm gonna have to try them.
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well i changed plans got a reservation for ohana instead of doing downtown Disney. Has any ate there?
So many people rave about dinner at Ohana so I made an ADR here on our recent visit. DD fell ill that day, so I skipped dinner with her and DH went with our 2 DSs. Their verdict? They hated it! They said the noodles tasted weird. Meat were so so etc. they had nothing gd to say. This is the only restaurant where they complained about food in our 11 days of dining in Disney and we must have eaten at some 13 table service restaurants. I wish I was there just so I can judge for myself if it was really that bad
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Wolfgang Puck Express. Everything is good there.
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