If money were no object

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  1. Suz725

    Suz725 Mouseketeer

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    what would be your first choice for dinner at either the parks or resorts?
     
  2. Tricia1972

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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!
     
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  5. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala 1937, what a year that was

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    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.
     
  6. Uncleromulus

    Uncleromulus Plain grey will be fine

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    First--V&A.
    Followed by Shula's
     
  7. kanatamom

    kanatamom Earning My Ears

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    Another vote for Victoria and Albert's. Best dining experience I've had anywhere!
     
  8. Eponine1

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    Ditto.... I think it would be perfect !!!!
     
  9. Irish_Mike

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    I would do Citrico's. I hear it's quite nice.
     
  10. BoosGram

    BoosGram Better than a candygram....I tink, therefore I am.

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    Didn't have to think twice about this one: V&A's.
     
  11. BriarRosie

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    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. :laughing:

    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.
     
  12. IluvKingLouis

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    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. ;)
     
  13. Ed J

    Ed J Removing my ears

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    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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    And we will have the butler :laughing:
     
  14. mjp12831

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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
     
  15. PoohsFan1

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    I completely agree with this. However the Chef's table at V&A's would be a close second :goodvibes
     
  16. AKLFan3

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    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. :thumbsup2
     
  17. bcrook

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    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.
     
  18. gibbersome

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    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...
     
  19. Pooh&OurHunny

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    another vote on V&A
     
  20. Cat0727

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    For me, it'd be Jiko and V&A :thumbsup2
     
  21. Cheshire Figment

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    I've done v&A CT four times. I would want to try the QVR.

    No other options.
     

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