Our group of 6 (DH, myself, and 4 teenagers) spent Spring Break (March 20 - 27) at Disney World. We were on the DeLuxe Dining Plan for the first 3 days (first 2 nights at the Poly, but we spread out our meals over the first 3 days) and then on the regular Dining for the remaining 5 days (stayed at Boardwalk Inn for 5 nights). We had several very good to great dining experiences, just a few mediocre ones, and happily none that were terrible. Unfortunately, being with 4 teenagers, I was not allowed to take any food pictures. My rare attempts at taking pictures, even outside of the restaurants, were met with groans, so I resigned myself to doing this review without pictures. Sorry for my failure . So anyway, here is a brief overview. We did a lot of meal sharing between the three girls and myself (two of the girls were concerned about still fitting into their prom dresses when they returned, lol) and had no problems doing it at any of the restaurants. In fact, some of the restaurants actually split the meal and served it on two plates. However, my son (age 14) never shared and usually ate most or all of his meal... which was usually some kind of steak, so we definitely got our money's worth from the meal plan with him. Since he ordered steak at almost all of the sit-down meals, I will have him do "rate the steaks" at the end of the review. Our group also tried many different desserts, so might try to come up with a list of our overall favorites. Reviews for the first 3 days on DeLuxe Dining Plan are complete, with cost vs. value analysis and overall thoughts regarding DeLuxe Dining on Page 2, Post #18. (Also added a TIW vs. DeLuxe Dining cost analysis as an added bonus) Reviews for the 5 days on regular Dining Plan are complete, with cost vs. value analysis and overall thoughts regarding regular Dining Plan (vs. DeLuxe) on Page 5, Post #66. (Also added a TIW vs. Dining Plan cost analysis as an added bonus) Short on time and want to cut to the chase? See Page 5, Posts 67 and 68 for a short review of our reviews. So here is the list of sit-down restaurants we will be reviewing: 1. Narcoossee's (dinner) - Page 1, Post #4 2. Liberty Tree Tavern (lunch) - Page 1, Post #6 3. Kona Cafe (dinner) - Page 1, Post #7 4. San Angel Inn (lunch) - Page 1, Post #10 5. Les Chefs de France (dinner) - Page 1, Post #14 6. Coral Reef (dinner) - Page 2, Post #23 7. Sci-Fi Dine-In (lunch) - Page 2, Post #26 8. Teppan Edo (dinner) - Page 2, Post #30 9. Le Cellier (lunch) - Page 3, Post #36 10. Cinderella's Royal Table (breakfast) - Page 4, Post #46 11. Garden View Lounge (afternoon tea) - Page 4, Post #48 12. Tutto Italia (dinner) - Page 4, Post #53 13. Raglan Road (dinner) - Page 4, Post #58 Counter service meals/snacks include: 1. Captain Cook's (lunch, breakfast) - Lunch Page 1, Post #2, Breakfast Page 1, Post #8 2. Main Street Bakery (breakfast snacks) - Page 1, Post #5 3. Boardwalk Bakery (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks) - Page 2, Post #17,#24 (snacks); Page 2, Post #24 and Page 3, Post #32 and #42 (dinners); Page 4, Post #49 (lunch); Page 4, Post #56 (breakfast, snacks) 4. Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafe (lunch, snacks) - Page 2, Post #19 5. Yorkshire County Fish House (dinner) - Page 3, Post #39 6. Tangierine Cafe (dinner) - Page 3, Post #40 7. Wolfgang Puck Express (lunch) - Page 4, Post #57 8. Earl of Sandwich (dinner) - Page 4, Post #59 9. Plaza Ice Cream Parlor (snacks) - Page 4, Post #47 10. Hey Howdy Hey Snack Cart - across from TSM at DHS (snacks) - Page 2, Post #27 11. Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe (snack) - Page 3, Post #37 12. Crepes de Chefs de France Kiosk (snack) - Page 1, Post #11 13. Sommerfest (snack) - Page 1, Post #11 14. Belle Vue Lounge at the BWI (coffee, muffins) - Page 3, Post #34 15. Snack counter in Fantasmic's Hollywood Hills Theater - Page 3, Post #41 Ok, I think that's about it. I'll start the reviews shortly.