Thursday night--Chef Mickey's--this is our tradition, we usually go at least once a trip. First we got our picture taken. Then we waited. We got there at 5:50 for a 6:10 ADR but we still waited until 6:10. The prime rib was good but not so warm. Everything else was great. I like the shrimp, the potatoes, the rolls, and the oreo bon bons, among other things. Everyone came away stuffed. Saw Goofy, Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Pluto. No Chip and Dale this trip. Friday night--Cape May. This meal started with a crisis as DH and I went to the gift shop with DS. He asked to see the pirate stuff. DH said fine. Problem is, there is no pirate stuff in the BC gift shop. By the time we noticed he was gone (he is 9) our buzzer was going. I sat down with the girls but it took DH 20 minutes to find DS. He had run by the girls and through the hotel and back to the YC gift shop to the pirate display. He happened to have DD#1's cell phone but DH didn't have his. He asked the host at Cape May to use the phone and they offered him a house phone. He asked for a regular phone and the host just kind of looked at him. So DH had to go back to our room and get his phone, call DS, and get him. Oh that kid was in hot water. I was freaked out. The food here was good. The beef was already sliced--they were not slicing it on the buffet, it was out in a dish. But it was good and warmer than Chef Mickey's. I also had potatoes, corn, fried tilapia, and clams. I forgot to eat shrimp! By the time I saw some on someone else's plate I was done. I walked right by it. Everyone had something good to eat here. OUr waiter was not very attentive with refills. He also charged our meal to our room and we had told him we were on DDP, so he had to fix that. Saturday we ate at Kona when it opened. Donna was our server and she was very nice. We did get extra drinks this night--kids all got souvenir cups with light-up clips (tink for the girls, captain hook for DS). DH had a glowtini with a souvenir cube, and I had an island sunset. For appetizers I had the crab cakes, DH had the sticky wings, and the girls had salads. DS opted to have fries with his meal instead of an appetizer. For meals DS had chicken fingers, DH had the prime rib, I had the filet mignon (which was AWESOME) and the girls had turkey medallions. We were all thrilled. For dessert DH, DD#2 and DS had ice cream. DD#1 and I had the kiluea (sp?) torte. Our best meal of the trip. Sunday we ate at Chefs de France. DH was not that happy with this choice. We had originally chosen Spoodles but the menu change left me wary of it. I waffled between France and Italy but after looking at pretty recent menus picked France. Well, the menu had changed. The one thing I wanted to order (grilled tenderloin of beef w/ black pepper sauce) was GONE! Not on the menu! I had promised DH it was just food we normally eat w/ different names, but now there was no steak on the menu. DH and I got the soup appetizer, DS and DD#2 got salads and DD#1 got the cheese plate. The soup was awesome but DH said it was just OK. DD#1 liked some cheese a lot but wouldn't eat a few pieces. For dinner DH got the french menu (rotisserie chicken). I got grilled salmon on a potato pancake (which is not on the menu on Deb's site as of this time). DS and DD#2 got the baked macaroni and cheese, and DD#1 got the ribs. The ribs were kind of fatty. The salmon was good. For dessert DH and DD#1 had creme brulee, and DD#2 and I had the "puff choux"--vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, and these wonderful tart creations . That was the best part. Our service here was kind of bad at the start, as we were not getting refills, but before dessert the manager came out and said our waiter had an epileptic seizure after dinners were served and we were getting another waiter! I hope he is OK. This meal was over $200 but it was just OK. Nothing bad to report...but not worth the $ it costs in my opinion. I'm glad I did it once. Next time I"ll just get the pastry on my way by. Robin M.