Hello everyone who may be reading this, As some of you may possibly remember (even though with the abundance of wonderful dining reports here on the DIS, I dont delude myself thinking that many of you will), these two Germans in question spent their slightly belated honeymoon in Walt Disney World in 2009, eating their merry way through 34 meals on the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan and writing a report about it . Even though they enjoyed themselves tremendously, they both agreed that the Deluxe Dining Plan was just way too much food, and that they would never book it again. Ever. Under any circumstances. Now, the time came when the two Germans wanted to return to Disney World. Fortunately for them, they didnt have to wait too long, it was only 18 months after their previous visit: in October 2010. They planned and researched, and finally they booked their 11-night stay at WDW, to be gloriously preceded by their first ever Disney cruise. It will not come as a surprise to most of you that these two Germans are in fact myself and my husband (after all, this little narrative trick is not exactly novel): DH is 34 and a software consultant, and I am 37 and work in a book publishing house. What may come as a surprise to you, however, is that we went and booked the Deluxe Dining Plan all over again. I know. Dont ask me, it must be something in the water in Germany. The result was a wonderful trip with lots of wonderful food and quite a few nice photos and I had been meaning to make a dining report out of it from the start. Due to unforeseen circumstances (plain old laziness also playing a part in there ) I didnt get around to ever write that dining report once we returned. "Better late than never" being an ever-popular saying in Germany just as it is in the States, however, I shall endeavour to remedy that now: So here it is, my all-new dining report, probably briefer and less detailed after all, I dont remember all that perfectly what I ate six months ago -, but since the new DIS guidelines say this report will have to be finished within three months, at least I wont be able to make you wait too long for upgrades as I did last time! Oh, and before I forget: I am not a native speaker of English, so please take that into account if I'm making no sense at all (great excuse, isn't it? ) So, here come the restaurants I will be reporting on, in order of appearance: A very incomplete dining report of a weeks dining on the Disney Magic The Coral Reef (lunch) The Dole Whip (a premiere) The Yachtsman Steakhouse (dinner) The Crystal Palace (breakfast) Tonys Town Square (lunch) Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party Beaches and Cream (early lunch) Le Cellier (late lunch) Mama Melrose's (lunch) Narcoossee's (dinner) Tusker House (breakfast) Yak & Yeti (lunch) Jiko (dinner) Kona Café (breakfast) Lombard's at Universal Studios (lunch) California Grill (dinner) Captain's Grille (breakfast) Trails' End (lunch) Ghirardelli (as three meals a day are simply not enough ) Raglan Road (dinner) Kouzzina (breakfast) Citricos (dinner) Fireworks Dessert Party Kouzzina (back for more breakfast) The Hollywood Brown Derby (dinner) Boma (breakfast) Sanaa (lunch) Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue (dinner) Kouzzina (breakfast yet again) Flying Fish Café (dinner) Cape May Café (breakfast) Marrakesh (lunch) Epcot Food & Wine Festival booths (shockingly even more lunch) Final thoughts (the Best and the Worst) Oh, and one more thing: Next time we won't book the Deluxe Dining Plan again, for sure. But you already knew that.