Need 1 More Ressie Suggestion

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Tgtown, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. Tgtown

    Tgtown Mouseketeer

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    Going in mid-March and these are the reservations we have so far. Looking for some suggestions for one last dinner reservation. 2 real adults one "Disney adult", and one almost "Disney adult".

    O'hana
    Be Our Guest
    LeCellier
    Mama Melrose
    Monsieur Paul
    Les Chefs

    TIA
     
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  3. dkbnyc

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    How about Raglan Road or Coral Reef? Does location matter?
     
  4. Tgtown

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    Location really doesn't matter to us and we are pretty much open to anything.
     
  5. shell8558

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    My family loves Whispering Canyon.
     
  6. Pikezh638

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    Dinner with an Imagineer if you could swing it is good.

    Coral Reef is pretty good as well.
    Via Napoli is really good and their ovens are awesome looking.
     
  7. disneybliss2

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    Not sure what your particular likes/dislikes with food are, but here are some of our favorites:

    Akershus: we love the cold bar before the meal, and we've always enjoyed our entrees here. We like the castle feel and the characters here.

    Boma: excellent buffet with unique foods (but enough foods that will satisfy even picky eaters), beautiful setting in AKL

    Teppan Edo: Japanese hibachi style restaurant. The food is very good and our kids enjoy the show.

    Via Napoli: the pizza here is wonderful and the zeppole di ricotta was my favorite dessert on our last trip. I'd go back for the dessert alone. My husband really enjoyed his pasta dish as well.
     
  8. Ro Z

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    Via Napoli is a must do for us. Trex or RFC are fun for kids. We really like both and we are all adults. Lol! And you can shop after!! We like Coral reef too. The food is really good at 50's but we don't like antics, we sit at the bar and eat. But lots of people find it fun???
     
  9. rustyanchor

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    I think Biergarten is fun for a group of all ages. The food is pretty good too!
     
  10. MinnieMeaghan

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    Biergarten, Rose and Crown, and Whispering Canyon Cafe are my favorites :-)
     
  11. FiggieFan

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    Biergarten!
     
  12. LillsnJills

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    Boma, Jiko or Raglan Road would be my picks.
     
  13. MinnieLee

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    We recently tried LaHacienda at Mexico in EPCOT and it was delicious and a really nice atmosphere. Not a fan of Coral Reef but do love BOMA & Raglan Road.
     
  14. Miumiu4me

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    Citrios
    - Best food at Disney IMO. World cuisine.

    Boma- yummy Africian style buffet

    Sanaa - Africian/ Indian fusion

    Narcooses - this place may be a little too adult for your kid. But the food is great and you can watch Wishes from the restaurant.

    Bongos - great Latin food, huge portions
     
  15. disnmooner2013

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    Sanaa - really good food and you can see the animals on the savannah while eating. Ask for a window table.
     
  16. Meggysmum

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    We were really impressed by La Hacienda as well and returned on our next trip and it was still obe of our favourite ADRs. Another favourite was Yak and Yeti at AK.
     
  17. jimmytammy

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    Just tossing out some of our must dos in no particular order, including Ohana(dinner) and Mama Melrose

    Liberty Tree Tavern(lunch), Biergarten, San Angel Inn, Via Napoli, Rose and Crown, 50s PTC and Ragland Rd.
     

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