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  1. kopppa33

    kopppa33 Mouseketeer

    Oct 1, 2012
    Top 5 places to that you love to eat at while at Disney World Other than Buffets:goodvibes:goodvibes

    After you list your place tell me your favorite thing you ate at those places :)
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  3. Itinkso

    Itinkso Faith.Trust.Pixie Dust

    Jul 15, 2004
    bluezoo - haricot verts, simply fish, lemon pavlova dessert
    Wolfgang Puck Express - Butternut squash soup, spinach salad, cremé brûlée
    The Wave - Mediterranean Ahi salad, dessert trio
    Kouzzina - country French toast
    Turf Club - lamb chops

    This was hard to limit to five! :)

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  4. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper Good Sailing Master. Average Banjo Picker.

    Aug 8, 2000
    1) We prefer
    . . . fine food
    . . . excellent, top notch service
    . . . innovative dishes with flair and quality
    . . . overall great value
    . . . relaxed and soothing dining atmosphere
    . . . behaved and somewhat quiet patrons

    2) The only sit-down restaurants we patronize at WDW are
    . . . Artist Point
    . . . Citricos
    . . . Il Mulino
    . . . Sanaa
    . . . Shula's Steakhouse

    NOTE: Bistro de Paris used to be on the list. But, they changed
    there service level, started to cater to kiddies, and downscaled
    some food items (such as snails). It became an overpriced, noisy,
    averageeatery. Fortunately, Artist Point has made one HUGE
    comeback in quality and service (to the "old days" of the 90's)
    replaced Bistro for us; AP had gone downhill severely, but has
    made an nice about-turn.
  5. DisFam11

    DisFam11 Mouseketeer

    Jul 31, 2011
    1. The quick service in Morocco in EPCOT (I can't remember the name) - we always go to EPCOT right after check in (we stay at YC) and this is our first stop. We usually share the chicken/platter.

    2. Sci Fi - more for the atmosphere and the milkshakes. Have had the ribs, chicken sandwich and the burgers, everything is good.

    3. Le Celler - i love steak, the filet is the best.

    4. The Garden Grill - I know that some may consider this buffet as its all you can eat, but the food there has always been wonderful.

    5. Yachtsman - I had the filet here as well and it was great.

    these are not in any order, just my must do places
  6. sephorachick

    sephorachick DIS Veteran

    May 9, 2011
    1- Yachtsmen Steakhouse- Truffle mac & cheese OMGGGGGGGG! AMAZING. :)

    2- Le Cellier- mushroom risotto & filet mignon has us going back every trip

    3- Whispering Canyon BBQ & bottomless milkshakes

    4- Primetime 50's fried chicken (Ask for waitress Marnie)

    5- Rose & Crown- Cauliflower au gratin is soooooo good we fought over it! :) ( Ask for waitress Rosie)
  7. runner_princess

    runner_princess Mouseketeer

    Mar 15, 2011
    Disclaimer - I'm a vegetarian, DH is a super-foodie meat lover. These are mutual faves.

    1- Yachtsmen Steakhouse- Beat salad, truffle mac and cheese

    2- Flying Fish- DH swears by the filet, and I like the often changing vegetarian choices

    3- Sanaa - Curry, "homemade" naan

    4-Narcoosoosee's - lobster

    5- Victoria and Albert's - everything, and a chef willing to adapt meaty dishes for me
  8. heatherandnick

    heatherandnick DIS Veteran

    Jan 4, 2010
    Cali Grill - spicy kazan roll
    Citricos - veal shank
    Jiko - mussels (no longer on menu)
    Brown Derby - cobb salad, sterling pork chop
    V&A (I've never been but I just know it would be in my top five)
  9. milmore104

    milmore104 My DH is "Dusty Boots"

    Apr 30, 2002
    50's Prime Time- Momma's Fried Chicken
    Beaches n Cream - Best Burger n Onion Rings and of course the KITCHEN SINK
    Coral Reef- Lobster Raviloi and Bailey's Moose...would go just for the Moose!!!
    HDDR-For the Show and Food!
  10. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

    Mar 29, 2011
    #1 believe it or not, Wolfgang Puck Express (marketplace). They consistently have phenominal food each and every time. Meatloaf with mashed potatoes and onion straws/onion rings, spagetti & meatballs, pizza, and the cheesecake (creme brulee topping) are all mouth watering FANTASTIC. My fave was the meatloaf!

    The rest, in no particular order:

    - Cali Grill: Delish flat bread, heavenly steak. Desserts that will take you to another level. So good.

    - Via Napoli: Hands down the best pizza in disney. The riccotta fritters for dessert are fantastic.

    - Tutto Italia: The best pasta! Lasagna and fetuccini in cream sauce with pancetta were both amazing. Tiramisu was great too.

    - Chefs/France: Apps were amazing. We had the cheese board and salad with warm goat cheese. OMG good. My main was the beef short ribs (basically a very lean soft piece of meat) in some kind of sauce which tasted amazing....came with fetuccini style noodles. Really good. I was worried the meat would be fatty but it was very lean and boneless! My son had the 1/2 roast chicken and loved it. The potatoes were amazing! Creme brulee for dessert was the winner, i liked it better than the profiteroles.
  11. Jenna319

    Jenna319 DIS Veteran

    Dec 31, 2006
    - Earl of sandwich. - Ohana dinner. - kona cafe breakfast macadamian pineapple pancakes. - Wolfgang puck express pizza. - le cellier
  12. figment814

    figment814 Mouseketeer

    May 9, 2008
    1. Jiko-Bobotie Rolls, flatbreads, wild boar...pretty much any of the appetizers.
    2. Raglan Road-Bread Pudding
    3. Flying Fish-Red Snapper
    4. Sanaa-Can't remember what I had, but it was great!
    5. Grand Floridian Tea-I don't drink tea in my everyday life, and this doesn't fit into most peoples meal plans...but it remains one of my favorite dining experiences in a ll of Disney.
  13. engle

    engle DIS Veteran

    Jul 1, 2005
    In order of MUST DO...

    Victoria and Albert's - any and all of the menu!!

    Yachtman Steakhouse - Filet and the mushrooms....yummy!!

    Sanaa - any of the curries and the short ribs...oooooh baby!!

    Citricos - the veal, and the wine!!!

    Artist Point - the mushroom soup and the salmon.

    BEASLYBOO <font color=deeppink>It's part of the charm<br><fo

    Oct 5, 2007
    Blue Zoo - Tuna Tartare, Foi Gras Terrine, Dirty Swordfish, Banoffie Pie (Caramel, toffee, bananas, ice cream)
    Wolgang Puck Express - Bacon Wrapped meatloaf, with mashed potatoes, crispy fried onions & port wine reduction, favorite QS outside of the parks!
    Kouzzina at BW - Kouzzina Appetizer platter (meatballs, garlic shrimp, hummus) the whole Roasted Fish w/ Fennel, greens and olives.
    Olivia's at OKW -Conch Fritters, Olivia's smoked apple wood bacon, cheddar Cheeseburger, Key Lime Pie
    Tangierine Cafe-Epcot-Morocco Chicken Schwarma Platter w/ tabbouleh, cous-cous salad and pita! Favorite QS inside the parks for the last 25+ years!
  15. CamColt

    CamColt <font color=magenta>Only thinks she’s not losing i

    Aug 7, 2000
    Shulas (prime rib, creamed spinach)
    Mama Melrose(penne alla vodka)
    CA Grill (filet, triple cheese flat bread)
    Yak & Yeti (beef & broccoli and sweet & sour chicken...DH and I split these 2 meals)
    Sorry, its a buffet, but we love it ;)...Trails End (everything)
  16. Pakey

    Pakey <img src=

    Aug 29, 2007
    V&A-wagyu beef
    bluezoo-scallop w/pork rib or the dirty swordfish
    Il Mulino-risotto
    Citricos-short ribs
    Flying Fish-yellowfin
  17. sabcook

    sabcook Mouseketeer

    Aug 7, 2012
    1. Victoria and Alberts - anything they wish to put in front of me.
    2. Artist Point - Salmon and Berry Cobbler
    3. California Grille - Pork Tenderloin
    4. Citricos - Filet and any of their desserts
    5. Tie between CRT - the stuffed french toast and Main Street Bakery's coffee cake
  18. Space Mountain Kid

    Space Mountain Kid Mouseketeer

    Nov 22, 2008
    our family loves


    2.Liberty Tree Tavern


    4.1900 park fair

    5.the garden grill
  19. lemondog

    lemondog <font color=darkorchid>My twins fight over who too

    Oct 5, 2004
    1. Ohana -- set menu, love it all

    2. Kona -- only ever been for breakfast, it's all good but especially Tonga Toast

    3. Liberty Tree Tavern -- lunch, love the entree salad (can't remember the name of it) and Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake

    4. Yachtsman Steakhouse -- filet

    5. Coral Reef -- mahi mahi
  20. Goofy4WDW1964

    Goofy4WDW1964 Mouseketeer

    May 19, 2005
    Via Napoli - Best pizza ever

    Chefs of France - Best french onion soup ever. This one holds a special place because we celebrate our anniversary here each year.

    Plaza Restaraunt - Turkey club.

    Columbia Harbor House - It isn't the food that makes this a special place. It is sitting with my family on the second floor watching people outside on the walkway below.

    Biergarten - I am going to cheat a little bit since this one is a buffet but I love trying a little bit of everything on this buffet. Loved the red cabbage.
  21. Roxychica7

    Roxychica7 DIS Veteran

    Jun 14, 2008
    5 Must Do's...this is going to be hard

    Sci-Fi-we love the atmosphere. Plus they have the best burgers and milkshakes!
    Hollywood Brown Derby-the filet and chocolate 3 ways dessert. It is more intimate inside and fun with the character portraits on the wall
    Raglan Road-Lamb Shank, Serious Steak, Chocolate dome
    Ohana's-it's all good, the noodles, chicken, steak, banana bread pudding!
    Kona Cafe-the Tonga Toast! So delicious!!

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