Remy times

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  1. pequele

    pequele Some people think they are cool because they can h

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    Help please! trying to figure out the times Remy appears at Chef de France without calling dining. I remember 5:20 but there are other times. Anyone recall?

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  2. fredtom

    fredtom Mouseketeer Freddie

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    We always see Remy during our annual lunch at Chefs de France. He seems to appear around 12:30 PM and makes the rounds.
     
  3. RMulieri

    RMulieri DIS Veteran

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    Monday-Saturday at 12:30, 1:40, 2:50 & 5:20pm
     
  4. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper Good Sailing Master. Average Banjo Picker.

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    REMY Info:

    1) Inside Les Chefs de France.
    2) Monday-thru-Saturday at 12:30, 1:40, 2:50 & 5:20pm
    3) Visiting
    . . . he usually comes out right on schedule
    . . . the cart makes one trip around the eatery
    . . . you must wait until he comes to your table *
    . . . you cannot get up and go over to him, handlers guard him
    . . . if you miss him, he does not make a second trip
    . . . you must wait for the next scheduled time
    . . . if your ADR is near a scheduled time, be early
    . . . you may not be seated on time, and will miss him
    . . . you might be in line waiting for a table when he appears
    . . . if so, you wait for the next scheduled trip
    . . . good hint: make your resie at least 45-minutes priot to tour time

    * If people gathered around the cart, it would clog the aisles. Guests
    might be pressing their shorts against another guest's tabletop and
    food (yuck, gross). Also, he's temperamental and occasionally doesn't
    appear at all - and without prior notice. Could be technical glitches or even
    absenteeism. There are times he breaks down during the tour and has
    to stop visiting. So don't overly promise the little ones.
     

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