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Old 02-19-2013, 12:20 PM   #1
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better breakfast? 1900 Park Fare or Cape May?

We love buffet breakfasts...already have Crystal Palace planned, and we have already done the Poly with Stitch in the past. Thinking of trying something new to us. which is a better breakfast buffet, 1900 Park Fare or Cape May Cafe, and why?

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Old 02-19-2013, 12:35 PM   #2
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Theyre both good. But I liked cape may better because of the variety of food, and for the QUIETER and beautiful atmosphere. I realise that 1900 has an omlette station, but thats still not enough for me. I liked the food much better at cape may. The atmosphere at 1900 is pretty blah, it really needs an overhaul. And i dont really care for the characters there at all.

It all depends on the characters you want to see. I like Minnie, Donald, and Goofy much more than Alice, Mary Poppins, Mad Hatter etc. But if you like the characters at 1900, then go for that. Food is good.
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:41 PM   #3
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another question...is Chef Mickeys for breakfast all that bad? I hear bad reviews at dinner, but what about breakie??
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another question...is Chef Mickeys for breakfast all that bad? I hear bad reviews at dinner, but what about breakie??
I personally didnt like the breakfast. I didnt like the selection. HOWEVER, the characters are wonderful. If you havent been, i'd at least try it once. Cause you might like it. Its hard to get an ADR for this place, so clearly other ppl like it!
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:47 PM   #5
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Glad to hear good things about Cape May. I've never been there. We are taking a slow day on our next trip and dining at Cape May that morning.
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Old 02-19-2013, 01:14 PM   #6
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I also enjoy both but we prefer Cape May! It is actually the one breakfast we have planned for this Sept. The other one we normally do is Tuskar House in AK...Love the atmosphere there also! As for Chef Mickey's we did not enjoy breakfast there in 2010 and we most likely will not return.
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We prefer the characters at 1900PF - Mad hatter is always a hoot. Food isn't that different, typical buffet stuff. For seeing Mickey in the morning, we like Tusker House by a mile.
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I did not care for Cape May at all. The characters were adorable but the food left me hungry. They didnt really have that great a selection and I was disappointed!

We love 1900 Park Fare! It is one of my very favorites and we try and go every trip! Strawberry Soup -- YUM!!!
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:28 PM   #9
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Ok one more question...what about Boma for breakfast? I know there isn't any characters, but the food looks good...
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I personally did not care for Cape May at all for breakfast. It was what I would call typical Golden Corral offerings (minus an omlette station) for a whole lot of $$$. However, the character interaction was very good. As for 1900 PF, I can't comment on breakfast, but if it's anything like their dinner buffet I say run, don't look back, and keep on running.

Now I must admit though with my comments, I am not really a big breakfast eater. My routine is a bowl of Cheerios, almond milk, and a banana just about every day.
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