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Old 05-19-2013, 06:26 PM   #16
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1. Flying fish, although we are not really into fish so much as a family. However, the reviews are so awesome that I feel like we need to try it My parents are going with us this trip so I think that we will go there as they love fish.

2.Kona for either breakfast or lunch. We stayed at Polynesian but for some reason never ate there??!?
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There are lots I am still dying to try, but there's one I've really had my eye on for years now -- Narcoosee's. I am a big seafood lover and the pics/menu just looks to-die-for to me!

DD (12) doesn't care for seafood and has not wanted to try it, so I have deferred to her up to this point. One of these days, though, I'm going to remind her who pays for these trips and that she will eat at Narcoosee's and LIKE it!
While I have never ate at Narcoosee's I was just at GF and when I walked by the place it did smell amazing.
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Old 05-19-2013, 06:29 PM   #18
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Narcosse's....tell me it's good. I've got it for my August and October trip. Never been to V&A. Other than that, I think I've ate at them all! MP does not appeal to me....but I will do it for the the fact.
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Old 05-19-2013, 06:47 PM   #19
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Narcosse's....tell me it's good. I've got it for my August and October trip. Never been to V&A. Other than that, I think I've ate at them all! MP does not appeal to me....but I will do it for the the fact.
I like Narcoossee's it is not as good as Flying Fish but I like it I have it scheduled for my next trip
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Old 05-19-2013, 07:57 PM   #20
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For those of you who want to try coral reef I can share my family's experience there. My hubby only eats fish during lent and my daughter isn't a big fan either. I have a shellfish allergy so am limited as to what I can have. My daughter was 9 during our visit but wanted to go see the wall of fishes so we figured we'd try it. DH had steak, I had Mahi mahi, and DD also had mahi mahi. I did get mine without the shrimp so I can't comment on that but our meal was one of the best we ever had in the park. DD commented how she thought it tasted like chicken not fish. DH said the steak was so unexpectedly good since it is a seafood place. So take a chance and don't forget to ask at check in if you can sit at the window. We made our DD ask and she was too shy, when we were seated in the second tier she started crying before the waiter came. He was the greatest and moved us right up front at the stingray window, she was soooo happy and gave him a hug. He even checked on us during our meal even though he wasn't our waiter after the move. . Yea Disney!

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Old 05-19-2013, 08:29 PM   #21
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I would like to try the restaurant at the MExican Pavilion but DH dislikes Mexican Food. I would like to try TRex as well but I think it is too loud for DDs. I never get a chance to eat at Sci Fis either
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:29 PM   #22
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I would like to try.....

1. Ohana - because I've never been to the Polynesian before

2. Tusker House - because I love buffets with unique foods
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Old 05-19-2013, 10:26 PM   #26
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Can't we choose three??

1. Via Napoli..just love Italian

2. The French place (???? name)...just curious how French they are

3. Boma's...everyone raves about it but I have a bland palate....not sure I would like it ?

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Old 05-20-2013, 09:03 AM   #27
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1) Victoria and Albert's -- never been. I would love to eat at the chef's table, but I'll take any table! Will wait till DD is a bit older so she can enjoy the kid's club while mommy and daddy enjoy dinner at V&A.

2) Jiko -- heard so many wonderful things. Will try one day.

I would also love to be able to say I've dined at every country in EPCOT. So that means I still need to eat in Morocco, Japan, US (but I think I can skip lol--- a funnel cake counts!!), and China.

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Old 05-20-2013, 09:07 AM   #28
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1. Tonys ...I know it's not the best food but I have never eaten there. .. one day. ..

2. Coral Reef... menu looks great but there's always another Epcot restaurant that my husband or kids want to eat at
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1) Yachtsman Steakhouse - the restaurant looks really nice and I love a good steak. Have made ADRs twice before. For some reason, though, I always get cold feet (think it might be the price) and cancel.

2) Liberty Tree Tavern (lunch only) - really, really, really want to try the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake. Nothing else on the menu appeals to me at all, though, so I doubt whether I will ever get to try it
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:11 AM   #30
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Monsieur Paul - (or Bistro it's predecessor) - It looks right up my alley, but I need to arrange it as a "date night" there since it is not a place that my DD will eat.

Il Mulino - It looks great but I often forget about it since it's in the Swan. My DD will have no problem finding something to eat there!
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