Dining reviews - part two

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  1. 01Sweetpea

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    3/2 – MK – lunch at Pecos Bill’s – kids had hot dogs, Dh a burger, and I had some wrap, maybe chicken or turkey. Average food.

    Dinner – Rainforest Café. This was a last minuet decision. We arrived at 7pm checked in and were told the wait was 1 ½ hours. We kept the ressies, walked around, and were seated outside by 8pm. Since we’ve been to Rainforest before we didn’t mind not sitting inside. 1 kid had pizza, 1 had mozzarella sticks, I had the shrimp combo plate, and DH had a combo plate of steak, ribs, and shrimp. All was excellent!

    3/3 – lunch at DQ – 1 kid had pizza, 1 had hot dog, DH had a burger, and I had a grilled chicken Pannini. Food was good.

    Dinner at HDDR. We had a blast here. The food was good, the bread with sweet butter was excellent. Chicken was moist, ribs were good, but not as good as at Rainforest. Dessert was strawberry shortcake, which neither the kids or DH eat, oh well, more for me!!

    ¾ - Lunch at Le Cellier – kids had hot dogs (again) DH had burger (again) and I had the cheese soup. It was soooo good. We also enjoyed the pretzel bread. Had 2 extra orders of it. I kept dipping it in my soup.

    Snack in France from the pastry shop. I had the Napoleon and DH had the chocolate cake. Yummy yummy yummy!!

    Dinner at Boatwrights at POR – Kids had grilled cheese, DH had the steak, and I had the cheese ravioli. Food was good, although not very hungry after the pasteries from France.

    3/5 – Breakfast at Chef Mickey’s – excellent food, great character interaction. We all had a blast.

    Lunch – Pinnochio’s village – kids had hot dogs, DH a burger, and I had the cheese fries. Not very hungry after breakfast but need something to hold us over to dinner.

    Dinner – O’Hanas. Excellent meal! Didn’t care for the steak, and didn’t try the pork, but the shrimp (which was messy) and the turkey were delicious. We had 6pm PSs but checked in at 5:40 and were seated immediately. Had a great view of the castle, and streeettched out dinner to watch Wishes.

    Along the way we had lots of Mickey bars, the caramel apples were so good I brought one home with me, and lots of popcorn. All in all, no real complaints about the food.
     
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  3. Minniespal

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    Great reviews ~ Thanx for sharing.
     
  4. danny1649

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    For sharing,we love the HDDR also a must do each trip for us.::yes:: :wave2:
     
  5. johnvree

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    Thanks for the info.

    BTW, what is HDDR?
     
  6. 01Sweetpea

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    Hoop De Doo revue... and it's so much fun!!
     
  7. CaliforniaDreaming

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    Can I ask a question about Le Cellier? What type of roll/bun was the hamburger on?

    Thanks!
     
  8. cinmell

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    Great reviews! I love the Hoop Dee Doo, I'm glad you enjoyed it. :D
     
  9. luvmarypoppins

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    Thanks for sharing your reviews with us. We love carmel apples too. We had some great ones from mgm. May I ask where you got yours? Thanks.
     
  10. 01Sweetpea

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    Cali - I think it was on some type of roll, but not the normal seeded hamburger bun. More of a French bread type of roll.

    MaryPoppins - at the confection store at MK. It's right on the corner of Main Street. Probably the best I have ever had!!
     

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