Eggs Benedict?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by maslex, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. maslex

    maslex DIS Veteran

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    I have always wanted to try Eggs Benedict and finally got to last year on our cruise. It was DELISH!!!! One of my favorite things all week. I would love to try it at Disney as well, but I think the places that I am going don't serve it. (But I haven't been in a while either) Here are the couple of places we'll be for breakfast...POP food court (doubt they have it there)

    Crystal Palace
    Chef Mickey's
    Whispering Canyon Cafe

    Will I have any luck at any of these places? Will the do a special order if you ask?
     
  2. meredithR

    meredithR Earning My Ears

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    I don't know if any of the places you mentioned have Eggs Benedict (Also one of my favorites:) ) But you can find them at the Yacht Club Galley at the Yacht Club Resort which is walking distance from the WS at Epcot. Maybe you could plan a brunch there and walk over from Epcot one day. Just an idea.
    Good luck,
    Meredith
     
  3. MickeyNicki

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    None of the buffets have them. I tried Kona for the first time this past December and they had them. They cooked it perfectly and it was delicious!
     
  4. Deb & Bill

    Deb & Bill DVC-Trivia Contest, Apr-2006: Honorable Mention

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    They have the best EB at the Concourse Steakhouse - with asparagus. But they are closing in Oct?? Grand Floridian Cafe also has them, so they will be my replacement breakfast when Concourse closes. Boatwrights has them, but no asparagus. Yacht Club Galley also has them, but, again, no asparagus. I had EB at Kona and they were the worst I have ever eaten, including comparing to IHOP.

    If they have EB on a buffet, they are not the same.

    True EB are made with Rusk and not English muffins. I used to get them at Brennan's in Houston and NOLA. Now, those were excellent.
     

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