Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Suz725, Nov 24, 2010.
what would be your first choice for dinner at either the parks or resorts?
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The Victoria Room at Victoria & Albert's. We did the Chef's Table and it was amazing, but I missed the ambiance of the dining room. I think that the Victoria Room would be perfect!
I'm with Tricia but I prefer the chefs table - don't need any of that romance stuff, just bring me the food and the wine.
Followed by Shula's
Another vote for Victoria and Albert's. Best dining experience I've had anywhere!
Ditto.... I think it would be perfect !!!!
I would do Citrico's. I hear it's quite nice.
Didn't have to think twice about this one: V&A's.
Chiming in with the others about Victoria and Albert's. Chef's Table or Queen Victoria Room, it doesn't matter to me. Just bring on the meal.
I've done the Chef's Table and haven't done the QVR, but I'd go to either in a heartbeat.
Second choice? Hard to say. I still go to my favorite places time and again.
Well, I'd go for ANY of the signature dining, as I've not been to any. I suppose it's something we could budget for, but I'm the only adventurous diner in the family, and the ewwws and yucks, would make it not so enjoyable.
If money is no object you won't find me in a restaurant, I'll be surrounded by friends and family eating & drinking (mostly drinking) while watching the fireworks from my hired yacht.
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havent been to many of the places mentioned so far - best I've been at is the Yachtsman hands down.
also, more to op's question, I'd say resorts have better dining overall compared to parks
I completely agree with this. However the Chef's table at V&A's would be a close second
I would definitely try Victoria & Albert's. I also have eaten at Citricos every other year and it is amazing. I never get tired of it.
Every year, I try to gather enough courage to go to Blue Zoo and order anything I wanted on the menu. I always chicken out. This year, I actually had reservations and cancelled. Friends treated my wife and me to an amazing dinner at Jiko. I had a fantastic filet, amazing dessert and coffee, the African wines were outstanding and the service phenomenal. But I would like to go to California Grill and Citricos too.
Victoria and Albert's, regular dining, or chef's table and Queen Victoria's room if you have more time on your hands. The prospect of a 4-hour meal is a bit intimidating though...
another vote on V&A
For me, it'd be Jiko and V&A
I've done v&A CT four times. I would want to try the QVR.
No other options.
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