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Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by StrwLady, May 20, 2010.

  1. CamColt

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

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    Prime rib and horseradish potatoes at YSH.
     
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  3. Rhongepooh

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    The Hoop De Doo and Seasons Grill use to have a Strawberry Shortcake that was made with hot biscuits instead of the cake and it was SOOO good! I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED that sensation of the hot biscuit and the cold ice cream in the same bite.
     
  4. mydisneyboo

    mydisneyboo Earning My Ears

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    Definately the figaro fries can't beat them
     
  5. singitalto

    singitalto <font color=FF66FF>Can't wait to stay at the Beach

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    I soooo miss the beaver tails. We got them on every trip till they discontinued it :sad1:

    Ahh the memories!
     
  6. lblume91

    lblume91 It's magic wrapped up in pixie dust!

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    Chocolate-dipped Mickey-shaped Rice Krispie treats that were made fresh on site, not the dry, tasteless, pre-packaged ones they sell now.
     
  7. ugadog68

    ugadog68 Conquistador

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    I'm going way back and say the ribs from Coral Island Cafe'

    You guys even remember that place?
     
  8. hogwartsdropout

    hogwartsdropout You can't run away from trouble...ain't no place t

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    The original chicken strips :sad1:
     
  9. jerry112

    jerry112 Mouseketeer

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    Barbeque Chicken Quesadillas from Wolfgang Puck Express. Tried the BBQ pizza and it didn't even come close!
     
  10. Uncleromulus

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    The Pigs N' Prawns entree at Papeete Bay. And the mushroom caps stuffed with sausage at Harry's Safari. And The Firecracker Salmon entree at Sum Chows.
     
  11. taylor3297

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    When I was a teenager in the early 80's we used to go to Liberty Tree Tavern for a special dessert and their lemonade. The dessert which I can't remember the name was like an apple cobbler served warm with ice cream on top. I am not a lemonade drinker, but there was something different but so delicious about what they served. I was so disappointed when I went back during college and both items were no longer available.
     
  12. Belle5

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    LTT lunch--they used to have the most amazing salmon entree with a griddled pumpkin bread thing on it. It was our favorite entree ever!
     
  13. PixieDustandEeyore

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    I miss when CRT's breakfast you got everything brought out it wasnt pick one. I especially miss their potato casserole they exchanged it for more traditional homefries (boo!).

    I know they still have it but I miss when the create your own treats were all included on the dining plan
     
  14. freepixie

    freepixie <font color=deeppink>Tanoshi<br><font color=green>

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    The Pocahontas ice-cream bars - I think they only had them the year that Pocahontas was out in theaters - it was vanilla and chocolate ice cream, caramel, and peanuts in a chocolate shell - PURE HEAVEN!!! Oh how we loved those!!! :goodvibes
     
  15. Luvchefmic

    Luvchefmic DIS Veteran

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    Yes and having Tony's be open for beakfast that was a real tradition (not grand gatherings :sad2:)

    DH totally agrees :thumbsup2


    Ah the most missed of all I still love Chef Mickeys but nothing will ever replace all the good things there...everything
     
  16. disneyfav4ever

    disneyfav4ever No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep

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    I miss the breakfast pocket they used to have at Fountainview Cafe.
     
  17. carlamouse

    carlamouse Disney Trekker

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    Gotta love 80's WDW!:goodvibes My favorite was the roast beef!:mickeybar
     
  18. Truelovernr1122

    Truelovernr1122 Robby's Princess

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    I really miss the delicious bread pudding they used to serve as dessert in Fort Wilderness' Trail's End Restaurant. It was SO yummy and one year it just *POOF* vanished :(
     
  19. UKCatinGA

    UKCatinGA Earning My Ears

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    I miss the strawberry shortcake made with a sweet biscuit at Liberty Tree. The version now is with pound cake. :sad1:
     
  20. Ciao Mickey

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    I miss the chicken tenders that was standard fare everywhere and now are gone except at some buffets.

    I miss the fried chicken at Dixie Landings along with the original chocolate brownies with icing that they no longer make.

    I really miss the original Le Cellier back when it was a cafeteria-style restaurant. They made the most delicious meat pie (Tourtiere I believe it was called).

    I miss the Mickey Stickies that they served at breakfast at the Concourse.

    I miss the Concourse Steakhouse.
     
  21. VrBchJ

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    I miss the gelato at BC Market Place. I just can't believe they replaced something so unique and delicious with a case of generic muffins and pastries.We always started our WDW visit with a gelato and made another stop the night before we left. So depressing. Bring back our gelato!
     

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