Most underrated restaurant at WDW?

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  1. collegeprogram01

    collegeprogram01 Mouseketeer

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    I would have to say GF Cafe and Olivias. We have never had nothing but great experiences there and the crowds are always low! :thumbsup2
     
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  3. Amanda Esmeralda

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    Restaurant Marrakesh for us. We can almost always just walk in and we have never had a bad meal. Plus I love watching the kids dance in the center! So cute. :)
     
  4. IandGsmom

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    Thank you for all the suggestions. Going to try some of these next June!
     
  5. Babbletrish

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    The Wave is very nice and Kona Cafe was wonderful. Our greatest surprise during our last visit was Il Mulino in the Swan and Big River at the Boardwalk. I may have to make a reservation for Sanaa when we do our resort-hopping day!
     
  6. goofy4prez

    goofy4prez A guy can love Disney and still keep his man card!

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    For me besides the Grand Floridian Cafe, would be the Captains Grille at YC. What I liked about CG is that it is nice to get away from all the over-the-top theming for just a couple of hours, enjoy a nice quite restaurant, good service, and good food. All of these we have experience the three times we have been there. :thumbsup2
     
  7. tianna26

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    Ok i keep seeing the wave & olivias where are these places i never been to wdw b4
     
  8. dvcmom72

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    The Wave is at the Contemporary Resort and Olivia's is at Old Key West. :thumbsup2
     
  9. tianna26

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    Thank you
     
  10. joshiesdad

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    Was not excited to go to Liberty Tree Tavern but loved it. Will for sure go back.
     
  11. BEASLYBOO

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    And I totally agree with you. We've eaten at Olivia's many times. They have a really good bacon cheeseburger, as well as a Cuban that is one of our staples for lunch! For dinner, love the whole leaf Caesar salad, the NY Strip and the prime rib! We've always had good food!

    Another new favorite, The Turf Club at SSR! Also good prime rib, fantastic stuffed mushrooms.

    Boy is sure get a bashing here on the DIs, but we love it. You can't get anymore Greek than the whole roasted fish with fennel and olives! Yum.

    Sometimes, it's nice to have a quieter meal away from the parks!

    We've enjoyed Marrakesh since it opened, we eat there every couple of years and the food, the music, the belly dancer makes for a lovely dinner!
     
  12. jedi jen

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    My votes are for Sanaa, Wave, Chefs de France, Jiko, Artist Point. We like the options at Wolf Gang Puck's Cafe too.
     
  13. bdklein

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    Restaurant Marrakesh for us. Yup!!!
     
  14. Jenna319

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    We've never had a bad meal at Paradiso 37 and I love warm nights where you can sit outside overlooking the lake. Kona for breakfast is another must-do. I will have to check out the Grand Floridian cafe!
     
  15. we3travellers

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    GF Cafe for lunch! Cobb salad for me and GF burger for DH. It is also a burger with lobster on top.

    This will be a first on this board, but we loved Maya Grill at CSR last trip. Lovely atmosphere, great service and terrific food. Maybe because mexican/southwest food is harder to come by where we are from? :confused3 On the flip side, we didn't love Kouzzina because DH is Greek and we can get some of the best Greek food outside of Greece here in Toronto. I guess it's what you're used to. :thumbsup2
     
  16. mmafan

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    jiko....might be the best dinner i ever had at disney!!!!!:thumbsup2
     
  17. MJMcBride

    MJMcBride Barely lost is barely found

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    I love Jiko
     
  18. andrea2289

    andrea2289 I Save My Way Back To Disney!

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    Grand Floridian Cafe and Wave!
     
  19. Leilanie94

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    My family and I enjoyed Jiko as well. :)
     
  20. Joan1

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    My DS 14 is very picky when it comes to food and we were worried about Sanaa and having him find something but he ordered their burger without the sauces and they brought out ketchup for him, he ate the whole thing and was happy with it
     
  21. denman007

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    Just ate at Boatwrights Friday for our last TS. It was very good. I had the prime rib and DW had the medallions. Had the best service all week at this place - probably due to the lack of crowd.

    The bar area also has a nice lounge if you are into that.
     

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