Dining report from our trip last week. We visited Disney , Universal and Sea world. The diners are me , Sheri & my boyfriend Chris. We are late 20's/early 30's. We are not "adventurous eaters" (our tastes are probably much like your most picky kids! 1. Cinderella's Royal Table for dinner. We both got the prime rib. It was delicious! We had PS and no wait getting in about 20 minutes early (we had not eaten since the flight at 8 AM!) . We both enjoyed our meals and cleaned our plates. Yummy! The atmosphere was quiet, pretty and our server was great. We'll do this one A LOT! 2. Biergarten for lunch. Normally we dislike sitting with other people, but this was not too bad. We were too early to see the show though. We had no wait and our food was hot, tasty and filling. Our server was average; but again, it's a buffet. We liked it a lot and we will likely be eating there again in Dec. I think between the two of us, we sampled most of the menu! 3. Marrakesh for dinner. This time we were too late for the show! We just can't win! This was probably our favorite meal and we will be going back in Dec. It was a real treat because it was quite different for two dull eaters like us. Chris had the shish kabob and I had the chicken kabob. The flavors were amazing. We both count this as our favorite meal all trip. A little pricy but worth it. The place is very pretty and we caught the tail end of the show and it was nice (what we heard of the music). Service was great. Better than average. I hope to save room for dessert next time J! They looked tasty! 4. Restaurantosaurus at Animal Kingdom. McDonalds food. It was what it was. I wish AK had more choices for places to eat. We have a RFC near us and wanted to avoid it because we eat there a lot. Also at AK we wanted quick. Oh well. 5. Planet Hollywood round 1. We had dinner here late on a weeknight. We got right in, had prompt service and tasty food. I had Chicken , Penne and Broccoli. Chris had steak. Both meals were great and the place was interesting and not as loud as I expected. 6. Prime Time Bar. We popped in here during a rainstorm for a few drinks. We just had some bottled Smirnoff Ices but the atmosphere was relaxing and nice & the bartender was very nice. 7. Sci Fi Dine In for Lunch. We love this place. We had great seats, a very attentive server and we LOVE this place. Chris loves diner food and said it was "perfect". I like burgers and have to say the burgers here are quite large and very tasty. We both had burgers and fries. Yummy! (I'm getting hungry writing this!) 8. Le Cellier. We had not planned on this but WOW. This was great. We both had prime rib, but I asked for a lot of the stuff to not be on it and for some changes to my salad. Our waiter, Jared was the best waiter in any Disney restaurant I have ever seen. He was attentive and accommodated all my weird requests. The food was amazing. Best prime rib in the world. 9. Crystal Palace for lunch. Characters were great and came by many times. Food was tasty but a little cold. We were seated immediately and our waiter was average. We'll probably go back for the character experience. The food was ok. Just not warm enough. 10. Hoop Dee Doo for dinner. Tasty food, GREAT seats (a 2 seater right in the front!) and a waiter who gave us brownies because we don't like strawberry shortcake! I love the show too. We both did. 11. Liberty Inn at Epcot. NEVER AGAIN. The food was good for fast food but I was in line for about 20 minutes just to order. Granted it wasn't the place's fault but the fault of the woman in front of me who had each of her 12 girl scouts order and pay separately and NONE of them had a clue what they wanted. Surely the cashier could have found a way to speed it up a bit. Then I watched the people in back prep the food and it just seemed very confused and not effective. They didn't have sodas pre-poured , and screwed up my soda a few times. By the time I got my order & got back to a table, I didn't even want to eat anymore. 12. Medieval Times. Great show offsite. The chicken and meal was tasty but be warned , they do not have diet soda. If you are diabetic and need diet soda, bring your own. Otherwise your only choice is water. I actually am not so bad that I can't have regular soda (I just can't have a lot of it) so I sipped on it, but it took from my enjoyment of my meal. Also, it's very annoying how they ruin parts of the show by standing in front of you blocking your view while trying to sell you pictures they took. Another thing that was annoying was gratuity was not included in the ticket price. I had figured it was (my bad for not doing my research) but we only had $2 on us at this point , so thats all we left. Our server was pretty bad anyway. I missed an entire portion of the show while he stood there trying to sell me a photo. Good show but could be improved. 13. It was so cold that we left SeaWorld and went to Downtown Disney. We wound up at Rainforest Café Downtown. NEVER AGAIN. Normally we love the RFC up here in Burlington , MA. But this was just awful. The only decent thing was we got seated near a fish tank and my meal was tasty ( Rasta Pasta). It took us a long time to get seated (on an afternoon on Thursday at 3:30 pm) and as it turned out they sat us in a table that was supposed to be closed. After 15 minutes of not being acknowledged by a waiter we flagged one down. She told us what happened and to her credit, she adopted us as her table and was very attentive. I enjoyed my food but it took a long time. Chris had the pot roast and really did not like it at all. It was just not a great experience. 14. Pirates Dinner Adventure. Fun show. Good food. But again, horrible tacky sales tactic of blocking your view while trying to sell you photos. Also, no diet soda again but at least this time I was able to order one unfortunately our server never brought it to me after I ordered it. 15. Enchanted Oak Tavern (at Island of Adventure). Okay. Neat idea for a restaurant but food was only okay counter service. 16. We wound up back at Planet Hollywood because we could not get into anywhere else. We were so incredibly bored by Island of Adventure that we left early to go to Downtown Disney again. This time it was awful. Took 20 minutes to get seated (granted it was a Saturday night). We ended up stuck next to a gaggle of teen girls who were SO loud. I mean ridiculously loud. So much so that the family seated on our other side kept look at us as if to say make them stop. Our service was slow and the food , well, we just ordered what we'd had last time because we wanted to eat and get out ASAP. I think we are done with PH. We won't be going back, at least not for a while. 17. The 50's Diner at Universal. Yuck. The diner itself just looked dirty. The food was just fast food and seemed more greasy than the food at Disney fast food places. I had chicken and it made me sick. Chris had a burger and he did not enjoy it at all. Also, the atmosphere could have been nice, but they were playing some sort of modern top 40 dance music in between 50's songs. Overall, just a bad , bad time. 18. Margaritaville on City Walk. A surprise we really liked. Quiet , laid back atmosphere. I had chicken and pasta in a garlic sauce. Very tasty. Best version of that dish I'd ever had. Chris had a Cheeseburger in Paradise and says its the best burger ever. It sure looked yummy. We went back the next day and had the same meal again and it was equally great. Service was fast and friendly both times. Overall I'd say best meal was Marrakesh. Worst meal (non counter service) was RFC.