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Old 01-09-2014, 08:10 PM   #1
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Here is a list of my upcoming summer ADRs. What do you suggest I order? What food items are not to be missed?
Be Our Guest - dinner
Le Cellier - dinner
Brown Derby - dinner
Tusker house - lunch
Biergarten - dinner
Ohana - dinner
Maya Grill -dinner
Cape May - dinner
Scifi Din-in - dinner
Hoop De Doo
Sanaa - dinner
San Angel Inn - dinner
Tonys town Square - lunch
Also what's good at the Pepper Market at CSR? Can't wait to hear your opinions Thanks
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Old 01-09-2014, 08:22 PM   #2
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Be Our Guest - steak, mac n cheese, potato soup
Ohana - it's a buffet, try everything!
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Sci-Fi Really get into the spirit of a drive-in ....... Burger, Fries and of course, a milkshake!
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Old 01-09-2014, 08:35 PM   #4
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Hello...

I can only comment on places I have eaten.

Tusker house-Buffet, sample a bit of all it's all good. I like the roasted chicken

Biergarten-Buffet, LOVE the black forrest cake, macaron & cheese, potato salad

Ohana-Family style-Who dinner is GREAT. Chicken, shrimp and dumplings

Cape May-Buffet, corn on cob, crab legs, roasted potato, and salad

San Angel Inn-Tacos

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Old 01-09-2014, 09:17 PM   #5
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Be Our Guest - steak, mac n cheese, potato soup
Ohana - it's a buffet, try everything!
I had no idea they had mac n cheese? I might try that. I do love steak. Potato soup sounds good too. I have never tried it ever. Thanks!

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Sci-Fi Really get into the spirit of a drive-in ....... Burger, Fries and of course, a milkshake!
I like your thinking. This is a great idea. Thank you

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Hello...

I can only comment on places I have eaten.

Tusker house-Buffet, sample a bit of all it's all good. I like the roasted chicken

Biergarten-Buffet, LOVE the black forrest cake, macaron & cheese, potato salad

Ohana-Family style-Who dinner is GREAT. Chicken, shrimp and dumplings

Cape May-Buffet, corn on cob, crab legs, roasted potato, and salad

San Angel Inn-Tacos

Enjoy!
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Black forrest cake sounds a mazing. You have no idea how much I love WDW Mac n Cheese so I'm pumped Biergarten has some.

Ohana sounds great. I love shrimp and dumplings.

Crab legs sound great. and so do Tacos

Thanks for the suggestions. I have added all them to my notes
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Old 01-10-2014, 01:27 AM   #6
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Le cellier the filet or NY strip--maple Creme Brle.
Sci fi we all had something different and we were all pleased. Sundaes and milkshakes are the bomb diggity!
San Angel chicken it steak dish, salted caramel cheese cake. Ohana everything is great try it all!
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Answering for the ones I have been to!

Be Our Guest - dinner: Strip steak. So good. Strawberry cupcake for dessert. Though I think they offer something in the form of the gray stuff for dessert that you can order now. We had some and it WAS delicious!
Le Cellier - dinner: I've only had the filet mignon there and it was amazing! It comes with a mushroom risotto I believe

Tusker house - lunch: only been for breakfast but super yummy!
Biergarten - dinner: buffet! try everything!
Ohana - dinner: not a buffet but ACTE. Personally I love the welcome bread, the salad, the noodles and the wings. The meats are good too (except the pork which I am not a huge fan of) but the bread pudding bananas foster is one of the best desserts! I love it! I have even made it at home a few times myself


Scifi Din-in - dinner: I've had lunch here and I cannot remember what we had!


San Angel Inn - dinner (trying this myself in less than a month!)
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Old 01-10-2014, 03:02 PM   #8
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Here is a list of my upcoming summer ADRs. What do you suggest I order? What food items are not to be missed?

Be Our Guest - dinner
Le Cellier - dinner
Brown Derby - dinner
Tusker house - lunch
Biergarten - dinner
Ohana - dinner
Maya Grill -dinner
Cape May - dinner
Scifi Din-in - dinner
Hoop De Doo
Sanaa - dinner
San Angel Inn - dinner
Tonys town Square - lunch

Can't wait to hear your opinions
Thanks
San Angel Inn- Get the Tostadas appetizer..it's amazing!! The tacos were great too!
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Old 01-10-2014, 06:14 PM   #9
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Le cellier the filet or NY strip--maple Creme Brle. Sci fi we all had something different and we were all pleased. Sundaes and milkshakes are the bomb diggity! San Angel chicken it steak dish, salted caramel cheese cake. Ohana everything is great try it all!
The filet sounds pretty good. I love creme brule too.
Sundaes and milkshakes sound like a solid plan.

What is the chicken steak dish? I'm going to try the caramel cheesecake for sure! Thanks

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Answering for the ones I have been to! Be Our Guest - dinner: Strip steak. So good. Strawberry cupcake for dessert. Though I think they offer something in the form of the gray stuff for dessert that you can order now. We had some and it WAS delicious! Le Cellier - dinner: I've only had the filet mignon there and it was amazing! It comes with a mushroom risotto I believe Tusker house - lunch: only been for breakfast but super yummy! Biergarten - dinner: buffet! try everything! Ohana - dinner: not a buffet but ACTE. Personally I love the welcome bread, the salad, the noodles and the wings. The meats are good too (except the pork which I am not a huge fan of) but the bread pudding bananas foster is one of the best desserts! I love it! I have even made it at home a few times myself Scifi Din-in - dinner: I've had lunch here and I cannot remember what we had! San Angel Inn - dinner (trying this myself in less than a month!)
I want to try both the Grey Stuff and the strawberry cupcake!
So far everyone has said get the filet so I think I'll get that.
I am a big fan of bread so I'm excited to try the welcome bread. Is it the same as Kona Cafe? That stuff was amazing. That bread pudding banana foster sounds really good too.

Let me know how San Angel was when you eat there. Thank you

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San Angel Inn- Get the Tostadas appetizer..it's amazing!! The tacos were great too!
I think I'll be getting he tacos. Everyone has been saying they are good. Thank you
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I gotta vote for the filet at le Cellier!
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Brown Derby. i love the cobb salad, if they have tuna on the menu get that.

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Tony's has an excellent pistachio creme brulee. I think its my favorite dessert in the parks.
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I had no idea they had mac n cheese? I might try that. I do love steak. Potato soup sounds good too. I have never tried it ever. Thanks!
Unless it is new since 3 weeks ago when I was there, BOG does not have mac and cheese. The potato leek soup is very good, so is the lemon meringue cupcake.

Le Cellier - DH enjoyed the filet, I tried it and it was very good.

Biergarten - one of my favorites! The cold salads are great and can be a meal in themselves. I also like the soup (with pretzel bread for dipping) and roasted chicken.

Ohana - dinner is served family style, so try everything! The dumplings/pot stickers and the noodles were very good. The meats are very good too, but it is a huge meal. Dessert is delicious too, and I do not even like bananas.
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Old 01-13-2014, 09:13 AM   #15
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I gotta vote for the filet at le Cellier!
This sounds like a "Must do" for sure now. Thank you
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Brown Derby. i love the cobb salad, if they have tuna on the menu get that. Kae
These sound good. Thanks!
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Tony's has an excellent pistachio creme brulee. I think its my favorite dessert in the parks.
That sounds really good. I think I'll be getting that
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Unless it is new since 3 weeks ago when I was there, BOG does not have mac and cheese. The potato leek soup is very good, so is the lemon meringue cupcake. Le Cellier - DH enjoyed the filet, I tried it and it was very good. Biergarten - one of my favorites! The cold salads are great and can be a meal in themselves. I also like the soup (with pretzel bread for dipping) and roasted chicken. Ohana - dinner is served family style, so try everything! The dumplings/pot stickers and the noodles were very good. The meats are very good too, but it is a huge meal. Dessert is delicious too, and I do not even like bananas.
Im getting filet at Le Cellier. It is decided after hearing that everyone loves it. I can't wait to try the soups and pretzel bread at Biergarten. Thanks for the info
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