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Old 12-06-2005, 05:20 PM   #16
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SUPER reviews! Really gets me in the mood, can you descibe the candies salmon at Le Cellier? That is our Christmas dinner !

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Old 12-06-2005, 06:16 PM   #17
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The candied salmon was finely diced and served on a circle of minced cucumber. It was very mild and not "fishy" at all. It was different and very refreshing. It is served cold. We put it on some of the bread (kind of like brushetta) and it was very good that way.
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Old 12-06-2005, 07:22 PM   #18
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Wonderful reviews. I love the detail. Now, did you remember to take pictures?
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Old 12-06-2005, 08:36 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by PrincessTrisha
Tuesday Nov. 29th

Dinner – 4:20 – Cinderella’s Royal Table

When we were being seated the hostess asked if I would like a kid’s menu for Jenna so I said yes (so again we would use only 3 credits). The waitress was really wonderful and we all got the Mickey straws in our drinks. She was very accommodating and helpful and very pleasant.

Starters:

2 x Shrimp cocktails – Jumbo shrimp served with swirls of cocktail sauce.
1 x Caesar salad – very large (I had ordered it simply for Jenna but it was so large and the waitress brought two plates so I had some as well. Thankfully it was light on the dressing which I prefer)

Entrees:

Filet of beef with seasonal vegetables and a side of mashed potatoes.
King cut prime rib with root mashed potatoes
Lamb shank with root mashed potatoes
Kid’s chicken strip meal

I don’t recall asking for the potatoes but they were a welcome side since Jenna got fruit with the chicken strips. Jenna ate the filet; I had the vegetables and some of my mom’s lamb. My dad had the prime rib which he gave me a few bites of. The food was all very good especially the root mashed potatoes. The 2 chicken strips were huge and they again went back to the fridge with us (along with a bunch of the pretzel bread rolls at the waitress’s suggestion). My mom liked the lamb but said it was just too big for one person.

Dessert:

Crown Sundae – Vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce and Mickey head sprinkles with a dark chocolate crown.
Key lime Crème Brulee served with a graham biscotti and a dark chocolate crown.
Chocolate cake with whipped cream and a dark chocolate crown.

The waitress had added the chocolate crowns to each of the desserts and brought out a separate plate for me with one on it as well which was a very nice touch. Jenna had the ice cream and three of the chocolate crowns. My mom and I shared the brulee and my dad had the chocolate cake. His only complaint was that there was too much fudge icing and not enough cake.

Drinks:

3 diet cokes (2 without ice, 1 with)
1 Sprite

Cost:
3 Table Service credits used – Total cost would have been: $141.13
OOP kid’s Chicken strip meal - $6.39 with $10 extra tip

Dh and I also had dinner at CRT on 11/29 (we had a 4pm ADR.) Dh LOVED the prime rib (best of the trip!) The 29th was our second anniversary and the staff sprinkled the table with Mickey confetti and gave us champagne glasses. Dh can't wait to go back.
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Old 12-11-2005, 03:31 PM   #20
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I have started to add some of the pictures from these meals to the "food porn" thread.
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