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Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by scanne, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. scanne

    scanne <font color=blue>OK, I must have really small ears

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    And it's more than a year away.

    But I've decided on some of the places we're going to eat. We're going to be a large group including me, DH, DS1 (will be 2 at the time) DD (who is due to arrive this summer :) ), my parents, my aunt and my grandmother and perhaps our best friends. So here's what we're planning so far. I'm open to comments, suggestions and opinions! Thanks!

    Must - do's:
    'Ohana
    Crystal Palace (breakfast and dinner)
    Boma
    Rainforest Cafe at AK
    50's Prime Time Cafe (lunch)
    Kona Cafe (breakfast - gotta have Tonga Toast!)
    Princess Breakfast in Norway OR Cindy's
    Beaches N Cream
    Teppanyaki
    Jiko (just me and DH)

    I can't remember if I planned on others. We're going to be there for 11 nights, 12 days, so there are lots of meal opportunities. But we don't want to eat three big meals a day. Ususally breakfast and dinner and we snack in the afternoon.

    Any suggestions are more than welcome. Do you think Liberty Tree Tavern is good for dinner? Any others??? Thanks!
     
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  3. disney queen

    disney queen DIS Veteran

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    we have done both of the princess breakfasts and prefer cindy's. jiko--fabulous!! teppanyki is my husband's new favorite; it is good and fun. which meal for boma? we had breakfast there and were not "blown away" like i thought we would be. plus, since you hoping to be staying at the poly and IF you do not have a car, it will be a challenge to get there for breakfast. just a challenge, but do-able. beaches and cream=--yum! happy eating!:tongue:
     
  4. Harambe

    Harambe <font color=FF99FF>I better watch what I say, I CA

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    If you do stay at the Poly, why not plan on the 'Ohana character breakfast. The little ones can have some quality time with Mickey!
     
  5. Daisie

    Daisie DIS Veteran

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    I'm glad I'm not the only one planning a year in advance! I've already made a list of my must do's for the next trip. I think all the planning is half the fun!
    All of your must do's are some of my favorites....Jiko is so delicious as well as Teppanyaki and Kona...we always try and have dinner at least once at kona. I did have the tonga toast, I was a bit dissapointed, way to greasy! Then I had a tonga toast version at the rainforest cafe, it was delicious with fresh strawberries and bannanas and walnuts. How about the California Grill? I think I will add that one to my list!! Happy Planning!

    :sunny:
     
  6. Ron from Michigan

    Ron from Michigan DIS Veteran

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    I agree with you about planning your next trip. We already know that we are going to try Artist Point, O'Hanas & Sci-Fi drive in on our next trip.
     
  7. Alice28

    Alice28 DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>I'm Doombah Fricki

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    I like your choices and you are NOT alone in planning Way in advance! Look at my counter and I already know I want to eat at 'Ohana, Narcoossee's & California Grill! And I know I want to get some pastries in Norway!
     
  8. danny1649

    danny1649 <font color=green>Will be wearing some lime green< Moderator

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    LeCellier to your list, it is on the top of our must do list when we go to Epcot.You might want to give Mama Melrose's when you vist MGM another favorite of our's.You have some great dining ahead of you and enjoy planning.:wizard: :wave2:
     

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