Disney Food Pictures...Part IV!

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  1. scrappymel

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    grilled mahi mahi
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    grilled new york strip with tons of fries
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    chocolate wave
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  3. GoofyontheHiSeas

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    Dad’s Brownie Sundae
    Brownie with Vanilla Ice Cream, Hot Fudge, and Caramel Topping
    50's Prime Time Cafe

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  4. marielynn724

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    Lotus Blossom Cafe, orange chicken - really tasty! I couldn't finish all the rice though, it was too much.
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    Sommerfest, Pilsner and bratwurst (hidden under a mountain of sauerkraut)
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    un-burried from the sauerkraut:
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    Les Chefs de France - AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!! Our first time trying this restaurant and every single thing was outstanding.
    French onion soup and a fresh, hot out of the oven baguet
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    close-up of soup. this is edible, liquid divinity (with probably a whole pound of cheese in it)
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    beef short ribs in cabernet sauce
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    steak with pepper sauce
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    coffee
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    and a magnificent creme brulee
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  5. GoofyontheHiSeas

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    Slow-Roasted Buffalo Strip Steak
    with Okinawa Purple Potato Purée, Hazelnut
    Cauliflower Polonaise, Onion Marmalade, and
    Blackberry Pinot Noir Reduction
    Artist Point

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  6. marielynn724

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    Restaurant Marrakesh - So glad we tried this one too! What a hidden gem this is! We will definitely go back here in the future.

    hot, fresh, delicious bread
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    our drinks, they were non-alcoholic and I can't find them listed on the menus on either allears or wdwinfo. they tasted like watermelon and were refreshing and delicious
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    beef shish kebab with rice, meat cooked perfectly, juicy and flavorful without being overly spicy
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    lamb with couscous
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    and of course, DH's discarded bones! (he's a real carnivore, lol)
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    We didn't get dessert at Marrakesh because we wanted to try out the caramel shop in Germany...

    ...and here it is in all it's delicious, sweet glory!
    in the kitchen area, just out of the oven
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    our selections:
    dark chocolate covered caramel with sea salt and marshmallow caramel swirl
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    caramel apple with nuts (don't remember what kind they were, sorry)
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  7. marielynn724

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    Margaritas from la Cava del Tequila, blood orange and avocado
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    Katsura Grill:
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    shrimp tempura udon - fyi, the panko on the shrimp gets soggy from being in the soup, but it's still really good!
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    and I liked my watermelon slushy drink from Marrakesh so much that later in the evening I got another one (it wasn't EXACTLY the same as the Marrakesh one, a little more sugary but still tasty) from the drink stand in the front of the Morocco pavilion
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  8. stitchywoman

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    Ok, so here goes. I can't find the papers I wrote all the food on so this may be not particularily exact...but I will look it all up on all ears if possible....

    First day we ate at Shades of Green for lunch after arriving. Had cookies and a pastrami sandwich. All were actually pretty good. We also had a couple of drinks because the flight was kinda rough. hahahaha... but we didn't take pictures...I just wanted to give a message because I know most people who aren't staying there don't bother with shades of green...but there deli counter was yummy.



    For our first sit down meal we ate at CRT. We were on the Deluxe dining plan and there were 3 of us, so that's a TON of food. We each got an appetizer, a drink, an entree and a dessert.
    DH and I both had the salmon crab cakes. I remember that they were actually pretty good.
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    DBFF had the cheese tray...now I should mention we really like cheese trays, so there are a lot of them! We pretty much got one every where we could. :rotfl:
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    For dinner we each got something different!
    I got the pork tenderloin with mashed potatos and the mushroom ragout[​IMG] I don't normally eat pork, but the food here this time wasn't as exciting as last time, so I decided that I wanted to get something I wouldn't be getting everywhere else. Plus we wanted to get different stuff as much as possible so we could try more! hahahaha.... It wasn't bad.

    DH got the lamb chops with the scalloped potatoes and a veggi ragout[​IMG] He actually said the lamb was cooked really well but the potatoes could have had more flavor.

    DBFF had the chicken with broccolini and the mac and cheese. [​IMG]
    The chicken was a little dry and the flavor was kinda meh...that's the best way we can put it. The mac and cheese wasn't anything to write home about. We always get it at Jiko and maybe that spoiled us but this was more like kraft with extra cheese.:crazy2: The broccolini was good though.

    Finally, DESSERTS! hahahaha...
    I had the toffee creme brulee.[​IMG]
    you can tell how small it was when the spoon is in it. But with all the food we had that wasn't neccessarily a bad thing. It was also a pretty darn good creme brulee with a good toffee flavor.

    DBFF had a chocolate mousse with a fruit sauce and a chocolate sauce I believe. [​IMG] She said it was tasty but really chocolatey and only took a bit or so. DH tried it too. He is the chocolate lover in our family and he said this was VERY rich. But lite which was good. They also gave DBFF a cupcake for her bday. It was the typical white cupcake they give. It was sweet... but we aren't major sweets people. [​IMG]

    DH had the sorbet. It was yummy and not too sweet. [​IMG] I liked that it had some fruit on it.

    All in all, this place is more about the experience than the food for me. But the lavender chicken I had the first time I went I have been trying to replicate for 4 years with out success...So I am gonna say hit or miss?
     
  9. stitchywoman

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    I have to say...the first time we ate here we had major issues with the servers and management. That was however way back in 2008 before Disney was apparently in charge. The food was good even then...Good enough that we went back to try it again even with the terrible service! ;)

    These are from August 2010 but it appears the menu is very similar.

    First off the drinks: I am guessing on these based off what it looks like and our normal tastes.

    DBFF and I both had what I believe was the Big Bamboo - Malibu coconut rum, Bacardi light rum, DeKuyper banana liqueur, and tropical fruit juices.
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    DH had a beer. his usual is a shock top. [​IMG]

    For appetizers we had
    Seared Ahi Tuna - chilled, sesame-encrusted ahi tuna, wasabi aioli, and sweet chili slaw $11.99 [​IMG] This was mine! I love a good seared tuna and this was YUMMY.

    DH had Pork Pot Stickers - pan seared or steamed, soy lime dipping sauce $8.99 His were pan seared and good. [​IMG]

    DBFF had Lettuce Cups for Two - minced chicken breast, chopped vegetables, maple tamarind sauce, crisp lettuce cups $13.99 Yet again yummy! [​IMG]

    Entrees:
    DBFF had Shaoxing Steak and Shrimp - skirt steak, tempura-battered shrimp, jasmine rice, stir-fried vegetables, chili plum dipping sauce $25.99[​IMG] She doesn't normally like shrimp but she actually really liked this. Disney was awesome because it helped her branch out her food choices because she knew there was plenty of food if she didn't like something and it was already paid for...hahahaha
    DH had Duck with Anandapur Glaze - roasted half duckling, orange wasabi glaze, jasmine rice, stir-fried vegetables $23.99 [​IMG]
    I had MalAsian Seafood Curry - Mahi Mahi, scallops, little neck clams, mussels, shrimp, zucchini, roma tomatoes, red curry coconut broth, and jasmine rice $22.99 [​IMG]
    Dessert:
    We really like the Fried Wontons - Skewers of fresh pineapple and cream cheese wontons, vanilla ice cream, honey vanilla drizzle $7.99 so we actually got 2 orders of it. [​IMG]

    We also ordered Mango Pie - shortbread cookie crust, fresh whipped cream, raspberry sauce $6.99
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    I realized part way through here that I was kinda doing a mini review...probably not fun with your food porn...sorry.
     
  10. GoofySon'sMom

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    Some pictures from AKL dining, August 2012

    First from Mara

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    The falafel sandwich ... this was really not good. The falafel was too big and not crispy at all.

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    Chicken flatbread - this was very good. All of the flavors worked very well together.

    From Boma breakfast -

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    We are not in the "love Boma" group and this breakfast was just Ok for us ....
     
  11. GoofySon'sMom

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    Lunch at Sanaa ...

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    Mango Lassi! Creamy and refreshing.

    Bread service

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    Tomato Soup with paneer cheese. Delicious!

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    Salmon, fish of the day

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    Short ribs and butter chicken with basmati rice. Very good!

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    Dessert sampler ... with all three being chai cream! Yum!
     
  12. GoofySon'sMom

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    Jiko dinner -

    Bread with tandoori butter

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    African Spiced Fire-Roasted Chicken - with four cheeses, bacon, arugula, peppadews and zough.

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    Grilled Swordfish Roasted Vegetables, Stuffed Squash Blossom, and Romesco Sauce with Toasted Pine Nuts

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    West African Braised Beef Short Rib Roasted Peanuts, Roasted Vegetables,and spicy Tomato Demi-glace

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    Cheese plate

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    Jiko Salad Bibb Lettuce, Sorrel, Blueberries, Peaches, Celery, Pine Nut Brittle, and Preserved Lemon Yogurt

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    Chocolate and Tea Safari- Vanilla Rooibos-Tanzanian Chocolate Cake, Free Form “Kit Kat”, and Green Tea Ice Cream

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    Chocolate chewy cookies we were given with the check -

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    We loved everything at Jiko except the dessert. That just didn't "wow" us.
     
  13. GoofyontheHiSeas

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    Sorbet Mango, lemon, raspberry
    Yak and Yeti

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  14. marielynn724

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    One place I really was excited to try this trip was Columbia Harbor House. And darnit, I forgot to take pictures there! I had the fried fish basket and it was REALLY good! Didn't taste or smell fishy, and was nice and crispy (not greasy at all). Oh well, next time!

    Here are pictures that I DID remember to take (LOL)

    first of several dole whip floats this trip from Aloha Isle:
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    citrus swirl from sunshine tree terrace -vanilla soft serve with frozen orange juice - it was really tasty and refreshing!
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    cream cheese pretzel from the lunching pad - my FAVORITE disney snack, I've been drooling over this for 2 years!
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    second dole whip float (they make an excellent breakfast food)
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    The Plaza:
    turkey club sandwich
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    tomato bisque - DELISH!!!!!
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    which goes perfectly with grilled cheese!
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    Sorry this one is really hard to see, it was dark outside and my flash is a little slow. We were waiting for wishes in fantasyland, and I didn't realize that most QS places close prior to park closing (my fault, I didn't look at the times guide) so the only place open was Cosmic Rays in Tomorrowland. I never would have gone there but I was starving, and out of desperation I ended up with chicken noodle soup. It turned out to be really good AND had mickey-shaped noodles! Lots of veggies and white-meat chicken. As far as chicken noodle soup goes, this is a good one, I'd definitely go back and get this again!
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  15. micknpluto

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    Pop Century
    waffle (so good) sigh

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    some treats at pop foodcourt (sorry about the glare)

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    bulk candy from mousegears in epcot

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    This is from Goofys candy co

    cake pop (this was good) and frozen coke half coke half grape

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  17. micknpluto

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    Le Cellier

    pretzel bread sticks and bread
    and beeerrrrr (so good)
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    chocolate moose

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    columbia harbour house

    I had this twice - one of my fav QS

    fried shrimp - i get it with side of broccoli instead of fries. and apple pie for dessert

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    Breakfast at Main Street Bakery
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  18. micknpluto

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    Ohana (my favvvvvv- always)

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    love the salad the most
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    pot stickers and wings

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    dessert bread pudding

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  19. Julie521

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    I had it all planned to take a ton of food pics! Well, that didn't go as planned, but here are some that I took!

    Snack Credit- Mickey Peanut Butter Cup
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    Lunch at Pizzafari In Animal Kingdom, Quick Service
    Pepperoni and cheese pizza with ceasar salad, hubby got hit without dressing and a side of ranch instead.
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    Also got two free cupcakes along with our regular desserts in celebration of our honeymoon
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    Snack Credit, Raspberry-Lemon Slushie in MK
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    Dessert from Peco Bill's in MK- Chocolate Cake
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    Frozen Raspberry Margarita- Siestas Pool Bar at CSR
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    Snack Credit, Oatmeal Caramel Cookie from Karamel Keishe (spelling?) at Epcot
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    Also, chocolate and caramel covered strawberry
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    Chocolate and caramel covered marshmallow, complimentary when we got our snacks in congrats for our honeymoon
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  20. micknpluto

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    beer flight from
    Big River grille and brewing works at the boardwalk

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    chefs de france

    Coquille St Jacques et crevette. gnocchis Provencales - Seared scallops and shrimps served with gnocchis, provencales (tomato, peppers and fresh herbs. - $31.99 this was my least fav meal of the week. I dont think I would go back but I wanted to give it a try. looks good but didnt taste that great :/
    and place was so busy - and felt rushed.

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    Filet de saumon, pommes de terre ecrasees au beurre et ciboulette, sur coulis de tomate et poivron rouge - Broiled Salmon,smashed potatoes with butter and chives. served with omato and red pepper sauce. - $29.99


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    This OUTRAGEOUS chili-cheese hot dog... delicious and 12 feet long! LOL okay maybe just one foot but delicious
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    Pepper Market at CSR
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    Via Napoli
    Arancini - fried risotto balls filled with mozzarella and meat ragu
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    Chicken Parm - traditional preparation with tomato sauce, parmesan and mozzarella, served with roasted potatoes
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    Extra dessert after the staff sang a wonderful song to us, in Italian. It was like a sugar cookie/cake combo with cream in the middle. Pretty yummy!
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    The Plaza Restaurant-MK
    Meatloaf Meal - hearty slices of home-style meatloaf served with red skinned garlic mashed potatoes, gracy and whole kernel corn $16.99
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    Chocolate Shake and Brownie Sundae - vanilla ice cream and a fudge brownie topped with hot fudge, whipped cream and a cherry
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    Raglan Road
    Caesar Salad- DELICIOUS
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    Dunbrody Kiss - Chef Dundon's gift to America. Chocolate. Add chocolate. Then add some more. With us?
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    Strawberry & Apple Crumble - fFresh strawberries and apples in a tart with berry compote and vanilla bean ice cream
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