Cruise Food VS Disney World Food

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  1. DannyDisneyFreak

    DannyDisneyFreak Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas.

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    Oh I have to correct myself, Pizza at Via napoli is the best but I am comparing pizza on the ship to "fast food" type pizza.
     
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  3. DannyDisneyFreak

    DannyDisneyFreak Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas.

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    Pizzafari isn't horrible... it's edible and even tasty but not better than Lugi's.
     
  4. hobbes493

    hobbes493 Earning My Ears

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    You stated in a separate post that you have never been to Olive Garden. How can you make a seemingly educated comparison to something that you have no personal experience with?
     
  5. MISSREBECCA76

    MISSREBECCA76 "Hello, My Name is Rebecca, and I have a Disney Pr

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    I never understand why people complain about DCL food. The variety and quality are excellent. While it might not be five star dining it is a few steps above a chain restaurant. The service is almost always terrific too. My only complaint is the lack of late night options. I wish they offered a small dessert buffet or something.
    I don't get what the fuss is about when it comes to Palo. We did brunch there on our last cruise and we were not impressed. The service & the view were wonderful the food was not.
     
  6. Ccann

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    I love Olive Garden.....but it varies from place to place, there is one very close to my house but I will still drive further. It depends on the chef.. IMO...a great chef can make canned tomatoes taste fresh......I haven't had Palo would like to try it.... I love Italian there are some wonderful momma and pop shops I prefer over chains.....chains are fast and convenient.

    I remembered the MDR and my husband not liking the steak... I asked him what does he expect? We're on a boat and our port is close to seafood....stick with the seafood. He is picky with his steaks because he grew up in Nebraska.... I thought the steak was fine not as tender but I really enjoyed the risotto dishes and the fish dishes . He compares everything to NE...drives me nuts because we live in KC...corn feed vs hay feed....

    My son was a very very picky eater, he's just a picky eater now... But the MDRs we felt like our son ate more on the ship the whole 2 months prior. It was sad day for us parents when we came back home....

    But to me anything eatable and I am not having to cook tastes good..... Lol...jk. I try not to have my hopes up about the food so when something surprises me I am WOW ed and not disappointed... (Not to be confused with expectations)
     
  7. elleavon

    elleavon Earning My Ears

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    I read all the food threads with great interest, because I love food! I am an amazing cook, if I do say so myself, and I enjoy a good meal out as well. From the finest dining, to a mom n pop food truck, I like to try it all. I see many posts comparing Disney food, whether WDW or DCL, to Applebee's and Olive Garden. From the context, it is apparent this is intended to be an insult. But I have had delicious and consistent meals from both chains, as well as at WDW. I expect I will eat many delicious things on my first (hopefully of many) Disney Cruise. I guess I'm a glass-half-full kind of lady, but I always find something to enjoy. And realistically, I'm at DISNEY, not having breakfast with the president. I have chosen this experience over others because of what Disney brings to the table. (Pun not intended, but noted!)
     

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