France or Canada? Come on guys, what's your plan?

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  1. fostrmom2mny

    fostrmom2mny DIS Veteran

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    We have to choose between France and Canada for one of our dinners for the convention. I've done a bit of research on this and I think that I have to choose Canada's Le Cellier Steakhouse. I do have to ask though, can I odrer all our party's meals off the kids menue? For anyone else who wants to check this out, here is a link to the menues. Gerri


    http://www.wdwig.com/menu/menus.htm#epc

    BTW, where are you going to eat?
     
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  3. helenk

    helenk I wish I was in Disney World

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    I would love to try the resturant in France but I think that my 14 year old DD would not go for it, she is pretty much the pizza and hamburger kinda girl, but she does love steak and a salad, so I guess it is Canada for us!
     
  4. DaisyDebbie

    DaisyDebbie <font color=green>Just give me one to cook and one

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    At least there are better choices for an 8 and 5 yo. didn't see anything on the French menu that they would eat. See you there.
     
  5. Harley Chick

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    Oh my goodness, I think I'll be dining from the children's menu in Canada as well.
     
  6. bashful64

    bashful64 <font color=teal>Hello<br><font color=blue>A touch

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    Well with a 2, and 7 year old along on the trip I think it will be Le Cellier for us.
     
  7. Barb

    Barb A DIS Original!

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    I haven't given it much thought yet. We're trying France for the first time on our upcoming trip. I'll decide after that, I guess.
     
  8. Linda

    Linda Mouseketeer

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    You'll have more options then France and Canada, we will also offer Italy, Morocco, Japan, Mexico and the UK.
     
  9. helenk

    helenk I wish I was in Disney World

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    That is great, I know in Pete's original posting he indicated that France and Canada may be the only choices, of course more choices just make it harder to make decisions. Oh well we do have a few months to make up our minds
     
  10. Smee

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    Between France and Canada, we'd choose France.
    With Japan in the picture too, I'll have to think about it.:D
     
  11. bashful64

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    *sigh* now I have to think about it all over agian ;)
     
  12. fostrmom2mny

    fostrmom2mny DIS Veteran

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    Yippee, now I can go check out Mexico!!
     
  13. NurseKim

    NurseKim <font color=darkcoral>Hokey Pokey expert<br><font

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    I promised my sister we could eat wherever she wanted so we're eating in Italy so she can have the Fettucine Alfredo...is it even on the menu?? :rolleyes:
    I'm not a very adventurous person so what ever meal I have it will be plain and simple!
     
  14. NancyIL

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    I've eaten at Le Cellier twice and enjoyed it very much, but I'll choose France this time - even though I know there are more choices. Unlike Chinese, Mexican and Italian restaurants that are everywhere, authentic French cuisine is hard to find.
     

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