Dinner plans- need a few suggestions

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by skippelm, Mar 8, 2004.

  1. skippelm

    skippelm Mouseketeer

    Feb 10, 2000
    Here are the dinner plans I have made so far-

    night 1- California Grill
    night 2- Crystal Palace
    night 3- Flying Fish
    night 4- ?trying to get PS for Boma
    night 5- ?
    night 6- ?

    I need some suggestions for the other nights. I do have a PS at Jiko for one of them but we've eaten there before and while it was good, it jsut wasnt outstanding so I'm thinking of cancelling- has it gotten better lately?

    Here is our cast of characters- DH, filet mignon or pasta or chicken, DD who will only be 9 mo, Brother, Sis-in-law and 9 yo niece and 14 year old nephew all of whom will eat anything, and I will eat anything except red meat.

    ANy suggstions? I was considering maybe Artist Point (there menu looks less game inspired these days) and Cinderalls Royal Table maybe?

  2. k&a&c'smom

    k&a&c'smom DIS Veteran

    May 29, 2002
    Here are our choices for our stay in April:

    Kona Cafe, Le Cellier, Ohana, Whispering Canyon Cafe, Boma, Jiko, Mama Melrose, and '50's Prime Time.

    We have eaten at all of these before, and really enjoyed each one. Kona Cafe is very overlooked, IMO, and Ohana is a lot of fun, for both kids and adults. And Le Cellier is a fantastic restaurant, you would love it!!

    We also love Narcoossee's, have you thought about trying that? You already have picked 2 of our other favorites, Crystal Palace and Flying Fish!!:wave2:
  3. Rneighh

    Rneighh <font color=CC33CC>This is a horse of a different

    Jan 6, 2002
    We ate at Jiko a year ago. I found it to be dark, overpriced, poor service and bland food. I would skip Jiko and do Boma. We all loved Boma and can't wait to back.

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  5. Eeyore2003

    Eeyore2003 DIS Veteran

    May 15, 2003
    Our favorites so far-

    Le Cellier (cheese soup, bread sticks, steak, delicious, have not tried fish or chicken)

    Artist Point (delicious Salmon (for non red meat), I had a delicious steak filet, and the Berry Cobbler (YUM)

    Chef Mickey for best character meal (if we have kids with us)

    Our least favorites so far-

    Brown Derby- 4 awful meals

    Jiko-food tasted good, but got sick after and spent the whole rest of the night in my room!!!
  6. Disney  Doll

    Disney Doll DIS Security Matron

    Nov 5, 2000
    Ohana(Poly), Yachtsmen(Yacht Club),Le Cellier (Canad-Epcot),ESPN-gotta have the chicken wings!!!!(Boardwalk).Beaches and Cream(Beach Club)
  7. tinkie

    tinkie Mouseketeer

    Jan 19, 2004
  8. iloveeeyore

    iloveeeyore DIS Veteran

    Aug 12, 2003
    It's a great atmosphere for kids and adults, and the food is GREAT! There's enough variety that you will find something for everyone in your party.

    Also, do something in Epcot. We really love Restaurant Marrakesh and Biergarten for something different, but this time will try Rose & Crown because of the great IllumiNations viewing.
  9. BCV23

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    Feb 11, 2002
    I completely agree about dinner at Kona...it is so good and it took us many Polynesian stays before we tried it. It is a current must do for dinner as well as breakfast. It also is very casual and has quick service in case your baby and niece don't enjoy long meals.

    It's been awhile since we tried CRT for dinner but it does sound like a nice choice for your crew. We do enjoy lunch there very much.
  10. 01Sweetpea

    01Sweetpea DIS Veteran

    Aug 13, 2003
    O'Hana, Rainforest Cafe at either DTD or AK, and HDDR.

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