Hey there fellow fans of Disney dining or those that are just curious what to expect should you plan to dine at WDW!! I may as well share my recent dining experiences since I have photos, I have an opinion on the food, and I have some free time on my hands so this may just work!! For some quick background, my name is Brenda and this was a girl's trip for my 15 yr. old DD and me. It was her Spring Break and we wanted to make it back to WDW to use our Premier passes that we purchased last August. This visit we didn't use a dining plan - I purchased a Tables in Wonderland (TIW)card. So my perspective will be based not so much on maximizing a dining plan but on eating at some of our favorite restaurants, trying a few new ones, and taking advantage of a pretty good discount while we are at it. Us: (In our defense, it's not the best photo - we had been traveling all day!) I will be reviewing the following: Day 1 - Arrival day: Dinner: Cosmic Rays Day 2: Breakfast: Kona Cafe Lunch: Liberty Tree Tavern Dinner: Citricos Day 3: Breakfast: Akershus Royal Banquet Hall Lunch: Le Chefs de France Dinner: Earl of Sandwich (DTD) Day 4: Breakfast: 1900 Park Fare Lunch: Sci-Fi Snack: Starring Rolls/Beverly & Sunset Dinner: Coral Reef Day 5: Breakfast: Ohana Lunch: Tutto Italia was swapped for Contempo Cafe Dinner: La Hacienda de San Angel Day 6 - My Birthday!: Breakfast: Crystal Palace Lunch: 50's Prime Time Cafe Dinner: California Grill Day 7: Breakfast: Tuskar House/Donald's Safari Breakfast - cancelled, again! Lunch: Flame Tree BBQ Dinner: Teppan Edo Day 8: Breakfast: Grand Floridian Cafe Lunch: Le Cellier Dinner: Tony's Town Square Day 9: Breakfast: The Wave Lunch: Pinocchio's Village Haus & some Main St. Bakery Bonus: Snack items I was very pleased with the food, the service, and our overall experiences. There were some amazing Cast Members that I will mention as well as some unexpected surprises along the way. Now to make sure that all of my photos uploaded to Photobucket without gigantor sizing! Let's get this thing started!