Best breakfast in Disney?

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  1. LaurenM

    LaurenM Mouseketeer

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    My DH and I are looking to fill a breakfast for our tip in May. We are on the DXDP...any suggestions???
     
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  3. LaurenM

    LaurenM Mouseketeer

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    Totally posted this in the wrong area!! Now I guess I am too stupid to figure out how to delete!! Sorry!!!
     
  4. figment_jii

    figment_jii DIS Veteran

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    You cannot delete posts, but the mods can move it to the appropriate board.

    To answer your question, my favorite breakfast venue is Boma (at AKL).
     
  5. artemis908

    artemis908 EPCOTnaut

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    For food my favorite is the Cape May Cafe, for entire experience - Cinderella's Royal Table
     
  6. nwbearcat

    nwbearcat Earning My Ears

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    My family loves the crystal palace. But I have children 8 & 6.
     
  7. JennSaint

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    We like Donald's @ Tusker House and Boma's at AKL.
     
  8. Missoutandabout

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    I'd have to place my vote for The Captain's Grille. I had a glorious plate of poached eggs atop lump crabmeat and rösti a few weeks ago; it was so very yummy.
     
  9. SimplyGoofy

    SimplyGoofy "You are not Mickey Mouse... you are a rat!"

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    Same! Both are great!
     
  10. MikeRx

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    If you can handle the sugar overload the Tonga Toast at Kona Grill or Captain Cooks (both at Poly) is amazing...The other menu choices are a nice break from the breakfast buffets. You can get better than “Nescrappe” coffee too.

    We eat 4 or so character breakfasts each trip as our early entrance into the parks (pre-rope drop) and a perfect time for our son to meet and greet in a relaxed setting! I rank the buffets from which we’ve partaken in the following order:

    1. Tusker House (April 2012, July 2012 and December 2012)
    2. ‘Ohana (April 2012)
    3. Hollywood & Vine(April 2012, July 2012 and December 2012)
    4. Crystal Palace (April 2012, July 2012 and December 2012)

    We are trying Chef Mickey’s in April. We’ve not ventured out to the other buffets except Cape May and that was 2010 so I don’t think our review is relevant in 2013.

    The entire "experience" may be ranked:
    1. Hollywood & Vine mainly because our son is a huge Jake fan and with Sofia the First Doc McStuffins coming there too he will be even happier
    2. Crystal Palace, the setting is magical in the morning, you can get a great view of the castle before the crowds while eating breakfast!
    3. ‘Ohana, nice take on the island theme and we can tolerate Stitch!
    4. Tusker, best food, worst seating, crowded and loud, no views to speak of, but the characters are still great


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  11. Dacky619

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    We are fans of Boma, Cape May Cafe, Tusker House, and the Crystal Palace, but if we had a chance for just one more breakfast at WDW we'd go to Kona Cafe.
     
  12. lady_hlh

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    We love Cape May for a laid back character breakfast but Tusker House is also a really good character breakfast if noise level isn't an issue. Last year my DD and I tried Kona Cafe, we loved it and my DD said she was dying to go there again for breakfast. I was just thinking that maybe we should upgrade to deluxe dining this year so we could have more breakfasts plus more signature dinners.
     
  13. RunningGirl

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    Another vote for Kona at the Poly! Usually nice and relaxed with an interesting menu.
     
  14. mickeynut1

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    Our favorite is Cape May at the BC.
     
  15. dansdad

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    Diito!:thumbsup2
     
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    Kona
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  17. Nixie

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    We really enjoyed Boma's. I loved Kona's, but hubby was just like eh. (I think it is because he didn't have the macademia pancakes like I did! ) :)
     
  18. rpcvpanama

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    We really love the Grand Floridian Cafe. My sister said they had the best pancakes on property. Also really loved Kouzzina's breakfast. The spinach/feta cheese omlete was to die for...
     
  19. TaraPA

    TaraPA <font color=navy>I will think of that animatronic

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    Another vote for Boma! We eat breakfast there twice every trip!
     
  20. GaBelle

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    Ditto Kona Cafe! Its my family's fave!
    The Tonga Toast, Macadamia nut pancakes and The Samoan (pulled pork, poached eggs with hollandaise, potatoes) are wonderful!
     
  21. "Cinder" Ella's Mom

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    We love Ohana. You get a big plate of fresh fruit: pineapple, melon, grapes. Then it it a family style pan filled with scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits...and Mickey waffles are brought around. It is all-you-can-eat. We love the atmosphere and are willing to sit through Lilo and Stitch to get to Mickey and Pluto.
     

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