What restaurants do you regret eating at?

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  1. Starlight792000

    Starlight792000 Earning My Ears

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    I bet people were cursing you under their breathe. A beautiful table and ordering water. A horrid experience for all. Maybe next time you could afford it and it would be a good memory replacement.
     
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  3. 2Tiggies

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    Despite the occasional disappointing meal and one or two I won't rush back to, I can't say I regret eating anywhere. If I hadn't tried them I would never have known.

    I was less than impressed with the Golden Oak Outpost (do I recall the name correctly?) and the other was Liberty Inn.

    Other than that we have never had awful experiences with onsite dining at all. The occasional time where something has gone wrong, yes, but that won't stop me going back and giving it another try. The above two I mentioned I really didn't enjoy the food and ordered items from the menu that I know I really enjoy. That was a hint to me that I could do better elsewhere
     
  4. 3pletprincesses

    3pletprincesses DIS Veteran

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    of all places it was Narcossees. filet was not well cooked even when returned and lobster was very chewy and this is coming from someone who never fusses over food. The second close was H&V lunch but breakfast was good.
     
  5. MsLeFever

    MsLeFever <font color=red><b>WPASADI II Co-Winner</b><br><fo

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    Well crap - I see Coral Reef mentioned numeous times....maybe I'll reconsider our ADR there....
     
  6. NOLAdisneymom

    NOLAdisneymom DIS Veteran

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    You may not want to jump on the "cancelling train" just yet. ;)

    Out of 5 TS meals last November, Coral Reef was our favorite, by far. We had the sweetest waitress, I wish I could remember her name. I had some roasted pork dish that I loved more than anything else I ate all trip. My hubby had the steak, said it was perfectly cooked, and the mashed potatoes was the best he's ever eaten. Somehow they cooked asparagus so nicely, my SUPER picky stepson gobbled them up, when before he wouldnt even consider them. So there's another take on Coral Reef for ya.

    PS. If you go, GET THE CHOCOLATE WAVE.. OMG...:lovestruc
     
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    I wouldn't be so hasty. The title of this thread is inviting people to post what they don't like. There are plenty of people who love it - but you won't find them posting on here. ;) If you feel compelled to glean over reviews once again and reconsider, first look at what it is that people are complaining about. With no disregard for the poor experiences of anyone else, some of the things which are an issue with one group of people may be irrelevant to you and your party. :goodvibes
     
  8. NJEeyore

    NJEeyore Stupid is forever, dumb can be cured

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    Any night could be off for service or server,(everyone will have a bad day)so I'll exempt service and look at food and atmosphere. For us Wispering Canyon could not be any worse for dinner. It's like having a picnic in a tornado.(Blessings to anyone involved in this years storms). We love HDDR, much better food. 50's prime time does not cut the mustard for this family. The kids(DS:dance3:17)just don't get the 50's. The 60's yes but not Donna Reed. They actually think the wait staff is rude!! Also, Ohana should be avoided. Much better interactive meals available.
     
  9. bedogged

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    I regret eating at the Wave for lunch last January. The food did not taste good and I found a human hair baked into my potatoes. Also, people across the restaurant were returning their drinks because they had been served in dirty glasses. Not a fond memory!
     
  10. crazycatlady

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    I regret eating at San Angel Inn last October for my DD's birthday dinner. We had originally had ADRs for Teppan Edo, but decided to see if SAI had open reservations because it was something different from the mostly steak and seafood we had been eating all week. The guy at the front desk tried telling me that it was a mistake because the food and service were so much better at TE but we switched the reservation anyway. What a mistake! The food was not very good and we won't be returning. The sad part is that since I have been home I have read so many GREAT reviews of Teppan Edo so I really regret cancelling that reservation.
     
  11. Hopefully

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    Wow!!

    We regretted Hollywood & Vine and will never return.
    We have tried Yachtsmans Steakhouse 3 times and we just do not like the food. We will not be back.
     
  12. Villains_Rock

    Villains_Rock For my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom

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    Wow...I keep seeing H&V. I kinda thought things had shaped up there! The last 2 times we have eaten there we LOVED it. :cloud9: We are trying 'Ohana for the first time in Sept and am a little nervous. I figured it was fitting since we are going with my full family for the first time. Me, DH, MS and my parents. :woohoo: Anyone have anything good to say about the place anymore?!?!

    The really didn't care for my meal at '50s Prime Time (pork) and I also HATED the make your own pasta that gets rave reviews at POR. It was sooo greasy and not much "goods" to the dish...mostly noodles and grease. Oh and CM...like others have said it is noisy and filthy. They really should concentrate on having a constant cleaning crew to wipe down the serving areas! Not only that but we were seated in one of those far back corners against a window that was covered in dead bugs. I understand the size of the building, but maybe a spray down every now and again would help it be a more appetizing place for the guests to dine! Just gross. :sad2:
     
  13. Meetmeinmontauk

    Meetmeinmontauk DIS Veteran

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    Biergarten for the bland food
    & Le Cellier because our Waitress knew we were on the DDP & told us "you need to order a vegetable because your entree only comes with a starch" & we didn't realize what she was doing so we ended up paying $16 for 2 sides that we didn't even finish. Also, it was definitely not worth 2 credits
     
  14. donaldandpirates

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    Marrakesh. The only amusing part of the whole experience was seeing how many men could fit around the center floor to take pictures of the belly dancer.
     
  15. GeorgeG

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    The last lunch at Le Cellier several months ago was a huge disappointment. I didn't know someone could screw up a hamburger like they did. I'm told they have since gone back to the original that was one of the best, but I'll have to see it to believe it.

    A few months earlier, Sci-Fi Dine-in was a disappointment. The burgers weren't too bad, but a friend had to send her chicken sandwich back twice because it wasn't cooked through.

    The only regret about Liberty Tree Tavern awhile back was I didn't realize the chicken and dumplings was actually a soup with "slippery dumplings."

    We went up to the California Grill once and left as soon as we looked over the menu. Nothing, and I do mean nothing for someone who eats normal food, plus it was noisy. We liked it when it was the Top of the World.
     
  16. Paging Tom Morrow

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    Coral Reef.

    I honestly felt that if I reached into the aquarium and pulled something out and ate it raw, it would have been an improvement to the garbage which I was served.
     
  17. disneydreamkate

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    After three trips and a number of CS and TS there is only one place we will not return to. 1900 Park Fare. They were less than accommodating to our dietary needs and my DH thought it smelled funny.
     
  18. Kat&Dom

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    Totally agree with you here. Most disgusting meal that I have ever had - I ate 2 bites and could not gag down anymore. I will never, ever eat here again!
     
  19. DonaldTDuck

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    Boma. I didn't want to eat there but we had a Dismeet there. Loved the Dissers, hated the food. Service, however, was top notch.
     
  20. k5thbeatle

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    The Wave...sucked!
    Tony's...sucked more!
    Yachtsman Steakhouse...sucked the worst!

    Dishonorable "nostalgia" mention of the old Italian restaurant in Epcot....because it too sucked!:rotfl:
     
  21. goofy4prez

    goofy4prez A guy can love Disney and still keep his man card!

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    So if I understand you correctly your saying these places sucked. :rotfl2:
     

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