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Old 06-25-2014, 03:07 PM   #1
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Salmon on property

HI! I'm currently in charge of planning a quick girls trip in October for my best friend and I...and she wants salmon once...

where would be the best place to find it? Thanks!
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Old 06-25-2014, 03:53 PM   #2
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I had a delicious piece of salmon for lunch at Akershus in Epcot last month. They also serve salmon for dinner there. I'm honestly not a huge salmon fan, but it was absolutely delicious!! My husband had it for lunch once at Columbia Harbour House in MK....I'm sure there are other places, but those are the two places that we've personally had salmon and both have been good.

P.S. - If price is a concern, Akershus is a table service and a little more expensive. Columbia Harbour House is a Quick Service meal and a cheaper option.
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Old 06-25-2014, 04:39 PM   #3
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You should be able to find it at many places.

Many of the Disney buffets have salmon, Boma for instance has always had salmon everytime we went.

Most of the table service restaurants also have salmon (check the menus online, sometimes lunch menu is different than dinner menu), like Chefs de France, Tutto Italia...Raglan Road has salmon on the menu.

Plus there is salmon at some QS places like in Japan they have Teriyaki Salmon, Sunshine Seasons food court in the land had salmon on the menu. CHH was previously mentioned. Cookes of Dublin has a salmon wrap, or you can add salmon to a salad.

If you want to go real high end, Artist Point has an amazing salmon entree.
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There is also a salmon entree at 50s Prime Time in Hollywood Studios. My nephew had it during our recent trip and loved it.
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I had it for dinner at Be Our Guest on the first visit I had there. The salmon was perfect but the Leek Fondue it was served with wasn't exactly my favorite.
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Old 06-25-2014, 04:48 PM   #6
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I had the salmon at the Rose and Crown last month and it was fantastic.
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You'll find it almost everywhere!!

Artist Point may be the best tho---
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The absolute best is at Artist Point. A good alternative is the oil poached salmon at 50's.
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DH had the salmon at 50's Prime Time and really liked it. He also really liked the salmon on the buffet at Crystal Palace.
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Loved the Cedar Plank Salmon at Artist Point along with the Smokey Portobello Soup and Berry Cobbler.
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If you are looking for something quick - my daughter had the salmon at Sunshine Seasons and loved it.
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Crystal Palace had it on the buffet. It had a green herb over the top. DH said it was pesto, but it was sweeter to me than basil.

The fish was cooked nicely and considering it was a buffet, that was a surprise. Moist and tender.

Personally, I like my fish more simple--lemon and black pepper.
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I had the salmon BLT sandwich at Sci-Fi Dine In, and it was a great lunch! The salmon was great, and I really liked the roll it was on!
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Honestly there are so many places that have salmon on the menu, I wouldn't worry about looking for a specific place just for that. Select the ADRs that you are interested in and check their menus before booking. I'm sure your friend will be happy.
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Originally Posted by elriel View Post
HI! I'm currently in charge of planning a quick girls trip in October for my best friend and I...and she wants salmon once...

where would be the best place to find it? Thanks!
I agree with Artist Point, the salmon is amazing.

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