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Old 03-21-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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Talking Favorite Restaurant At The World

Hi everyone! Ok, so all I want to know is what everyone's favorite restaurant at Disney is. It can have characters, it can be at a resort, ANYTHING! Mine is 1900 Park Fare. The characters are great and so was the food. I just want to know what other people think.
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Old 03-21-2013, 07:32 PM   #2
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I forgot, I also like the Garden View Tea Room. I do it almost every trip with my mom. It is really pretty and the food and tea is pretty good. (Well, I forget the last time I went because it's kind of hard to get a reservation so I kind of forget what the food tastes like, but I remember it was good. Also I remember that the last time we went I got chocolate milk instead of tea but I think my mom said she likes the tea though.)
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:54 PM   #3
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it's so hard to pick one! I think if I had to pick though, it would probably be Le Cellier or the Yachtsman Steakhouse.
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Old 03-22-2013, 06:49 AM   #4
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it's so hard to pick one! I think if I had to pick though, it would probably be Le Cellier or the Yachtsman Steakhouse.
I've never been there before. I think my fam was supposed to go one trip but we canceled the reservation . It sounds cool though. (BTW I'm talking about Le Celier. I've never heard of Yachtsman Steakhouse.)
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:48 PM   #5
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Mine is O'hana, it's just great in every way
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Old 03-22-2013, 01:29 PM   #6
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Old 03-22-2013, 04:24 PM   #7
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Mine is O'hana, it's just great in every way
I've been to that one before when I was about 10 I think. My brother even brought his own stuffed Stitch! It was pretty cool.
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Top 10, yes a top ten

This is what I say on everyone's posts, but who can really decide?

OK, top 10, yes a top ten b/c I have so many: (not in any order)

1. Chef Mickey's (Disney's Contemporary Resort) (you can meet and greet the characters (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Pluto,) and you can go to Magic Kingdom then monorail to COntemporary Resort), if in the monorail circle of hotels, just take the monorail to Disney's Contemporary Resort!)
2. Starlight Café (in Magic Kingdom, Tomorrowland) (love the colors of the seat)
3. Crystal Palace (also in Magic Kingdom, we usually go for a brunch (breakfast and lunch)
4. Cinderella's Royal Table (in the castle, love the food, the princesses, how they make events magical, etc. (They made my 12th bday magical!)
5. Electric Umbrella (near Soarin', and I love the fast food there! IDK y)
6. Coral Reef (also in Epcot) (I love this restaurant because of the underwater theme, and you can see all the fish in the big fish tank)
7. Sci-Fi DIne in (in Hollywood Studios, or MGM). (Love this because of the MILKSHAKES , the food, and the staff was very friendly, oh, and you can watch cartoons on the big tv!
8. Restaurantosaurus (love how its exactly like mc. donalds)
9. rainforest café (the specific one in Downtown Disney) (there is also one in the Animal Kingdom entrance) (I like it because of the forest feel and theme of the restaurant and the big fish tank in the middle of the restaurant) (me, 13, and my brother, 11 at the time made names for all the fish because of the personalities and their behavior) good times!)
10. Pinocchio Villiage Haus (I like how you can get a view of the "It's a Small World Ride), (then you can go on the ride right after you eat)
I hope this helped for everyone that needs restaurant ideas! I've been to Disney World seven times, almost eight, and I know my way around the park in my dreams <3
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Old 03-23-2013, 01:32 PM   #9
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This is what I say on everyone's posts, but who can really decide?

OK, top 10, yes a top ten b/c I have so many: (not in any order)

1. Chef Mickey's (Disney's Contemporary Resort) (you can meet and greet the characters (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Pluto,) and you can go to Magic Kingdom then monorail to COntemporary Resort), if in the monorail circle of hotels, just take the monorail to Disney's Contemporary Resort!)
2. Starlight Café (in Magic Kingdom, Tomorrowland) (love the colors of the seat)
3. Crystal Palace (also in Magic Kingdom, we usually go for a brunch (breakfast and lunch)
4. Cinderella's Royal Table (in the castle, love the food, the princesses, how they make events magical, etc. (They made my 12th bday magical!)
5. Electric Umbrella (near Soarin', and I love the fast food there! IDK y)
6. Coral Reef (also in Epcot) (I love this restaurant because of the underwater theme, and you can see all the fish in the big fish tank)
7. Sci-Fi DIne in (in Hollywood Studios, or MGM). (Love this because of the MILKSHAKES , the food, and the staff was very friendly, oh, and you can watch cartoons on the big tv!
8. Restaurantosaurus (love how its exactly like mc. donalds)
9. rainforest café (the specific one in Downtown Disney) (there is also one in the Animal Kingdom entrance) (I like it because of the forest feel and theme of the restaurant and the big fish tank in the middle of the restaurant) (me, 13, and my brother, 11 at the time made names for all the fish because of the personalities and their behavior) good times!)
10. Pinocchio Villiage Haus (I like how you can get a view of the "It's a Small World Ride), (then you can go on the ride right after you eat)
I hope this helped for everyone that needs restaurant ideas! I've been to Disney World seven times, almost eight, and I know my way around the park in my dreams <3
I've been to some of those before and they're pretty cool
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Whispering Canyon Cafe at Wilderness Lodge!!! It's so fun and interactive!!! The waiters crack me up! and we go there almost everyday on our week long vacations!!!
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Whispering Canyon Cafe at Wilderness Lodge!!! It's so fun and interactive!!! The waiters crack me up! and we go there almost everyday on our week long vacations!!!
Oh coool
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There are so many good ones! It's hard to choose. But, the one that sticks out in my mind is The Yak and Yeti. The atmosphere is really different and cool, and everything I've ever gotten there has been absolute perfection. Especially the wontons. I dream about those wontons.
But, I pretty much love all Disney restaurants. I don't think I've been to one I didn't like! Disney food is just... well, it's Disney food! You guys know
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I like ESPN Club a lot at Boardwalk mostly because of the theming and location. I love goin there on a Sunday or Monday night over the summer and watching some baseball. The food and service there can be spotty though. Also really like the restaurant at Mexico in EPCOT
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I like ESPN Club a lot at Boardwalk mostly because of the theming and location. I love goin there on a Sunday or Monday night over the summer and watching some baseball. The food and service there can be spotty though. Also really like the restaurant at Mexico in EPCOT
I agree, those two restaurants are amazing!!! My family likes to go to ESPN Club in the Fall to watch Notre Dame football (Go Irish!) and it's so fun!!! My family just gets a bunch of appetizers and we all share them!!! No one even gets a meal haha! My favorite memory was when they were doing actual interviews there being broadcast on TV and my little sister (she was 3 at the time) kept shouting HEY!!! and so they came over by us and we were on TV on ESPN and they gave us special shirts that said "ESPN Club in Walt Disney World" It was amazing!!! Thanks to my little sister who was a fearless little 3 year old and wanted to be on TV!!!
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It's a tie between Le Cellier and California Grill. Yummo.
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