Ultimate Walt Disney World Meal aka death row meal

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  1. Ghostman

    Ghostman DVC Owner SSR & AKV

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    A popular game amongst chefs is the infamous death row meal. I have read articles where the most famous chefs in the world pick their last meal in an, albiet morbid, format.

    I'm not a chef, but I would love to read some thoughts on Disney lover's ultimate Disney meals.

    Here is mine.

    Appetizer
    Cheddar Cheese Soup -Le Cellier

    Salad
    Cobb Salad -Brown Derby

    Entree
    Swahili Curry Shrimp -Jiko

    Beverage
    La Fin Du Monde Maudite (best beer I have ever had) -Le Cellier

    Dessert
    Grapefruit Cake -Brown Derby

    Dole Whip -Aloha Isle

    I went soup to nuts here including 2 desserts. Hey it's my last meal.
     
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  3. jgazda

    jgazda DIS Veteran

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    Beverage- Juice that is served at 'Ohana and Tusker House breakfast

    Appetizer- Mustard Seed Crusted Scallops (Sanaa-AKL)

    Salad- Chicken Strawberry Salad (Plaza)

    Soup- Corn and Crab Chowder (CRT)

    Entree- Filet from Le Cellier paired with the potatoes from Turf Club

    Dessert- Banana Cheesecake Eggroll (Nine Dragons...seriously BEST thing ever)

    And to wash it all down a schoolbread and a honeydew kaki gori.

    If I was really reaching I would ask for the Lobster Eggs Benedict from Grand Floridian Cafe for breakfast as well.
     
  4. Ghostman

    Ghostman DVC Owner SSR & AKV

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    I say go for the Lobster Eggs Benedict. You only live once. Nice meal selection. Going to Sanaa in July.
     
  5. aubriee

    aubriee <font color=brown><marquee>Chocolate always makes

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    Appetizer: Assiette Campagnarde at Chef's de France

    Salad: chilled Seafood Salad at Yatchsman

    Soup: Smoky Portobello soup at Artist Point

    Entree: Fish & Clams at Tutto Italia, but it is no longer served there, so I guess Tuna Oscar at Kona

    Dessert: amond cheesecake at Narcoosee and bread pudding from Raglan Road

    add in a bag of hot roasted coated pecans from the cart at Epcot
     
  6. jgazda

    jgazda DIS Veteran

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    We ate there in May and were pleasantly surprised at how wonderful it is. We can't wait to go back. Enjoy your trip (and dinner)!
     
  7. Cheshire Figment

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    How about the Chef's Table at V&A

    Here is a recent menu.
     
  8. Pakey

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    Appetizer: Scallop w/Pork Belly at Brown Derby

    Soup: Chantarelle Mushroom w/Pumpkin Seeds at Jiko

    Salad: Goat Cheese Truffles at Citricos

    Entree/Fish: Snapper at Flying Fish

    Entree: Kobe Beef at V&A

    Intermezzo: Cheese Selection at Ca Grill

    Dessert: Smores at 50's PTC
     
  9. oybolshoi

    oybolshoi <marquee><font color=green>You say vacation addict

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    Morbid and fun ... how can anyone resist? :rotfl2:

    Soup: Mussel & Saffron Soup (Bistro Paris)

    Appetizer: Sonoma Goat Cheese Ravioli (CA Grill)

    Second Appetizer: Seared Foie Gras (V&A ... no longer on the menu but by god if I'm talking about a last meal someone better find me some goose liver. :laughing:)

    In lieu of salad I would request a cheese sampler from every signature restaurant on property ... Mmmmmmm, cheese!

    Entree: Kobe Beef Tenderloin & Wagyu Strip Loin (V&A)

    Palate Cleanser: Apple & Calvados Sorbet (I've never seen this at WDW but I'm sure someone could make it)

    Dessert: A sampler to include Raglan Road's Bread & Butter Pudding, Cappuccino Panne Cotta from Flying Fish, and a Tanzanian Chocolate Pyramid from V&A.

    Dessert would be washed down with some Chateau Yaquem (might as well go out in style) and I would respectfully request that an appropriate alcoholic beverage be paired with all my other choices.
     
  10. Pakey

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    Dang, I wanted to put Fois Gras on my last meal but since it's no longer offered, I did not. If it's being brought it for oybolshoi, might as well bring it in for me too.
     
  11. oybolshoi

    oybolshoi <marquee><font color=green>You say vacation addict

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    I'll ask them to bring extra and we can share. :thumbsup2
     
  12. Ghostman

    Ghostman DVC Owner SSR & AKV

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    Well if we are getting crazy here...I'd like to add the Escargot Persillade en Brioche from the Lyon stand at Epcot's Food and Wine.

    Talk about a little bit of heaven.
     
  13. BriarRosie

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    I would have wanted the Chef's Table, back when foie gras was still on the menu. (Thanks, Brenda, for bringing that up!) I can still add it here...

    Soup 1: Smoky Portobella Soup from Artist Point
    Soup 2: that salmon cream soup I had at V&A...LARGER PORTION!
    Appetizer 1 and 2?: Foie gras from V&A or California Grill. Heck, why not both!
    Entree 1: Potato wrapped red snapper from Flying Fish
    Entree 2: Buffalo filet that Artist Point served years ago
    Old School Side Dish: Chef Mickey's Parmesan Mashed Potatoes circa 1996.
    Cheese glorious Cheese: Various restaurants around WDW.
    Dessert 1: Ger's Bread and Butter Pudding from Raglan Road
    Dessert 2: Chocolate soufflé from V&A

    I went all Hobbit on this because people were setting precedents in other posts with multiple items. :laughing:
     

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