What should I order/eat?

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  1. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    I love mussels!
    A milkshake at the Scifi is a for sure now.
    This bread service sounds good too

    Thanks


    I gotta try this cheese soup.
    I love scallops.
    What is the "coconut 3 ways"? Where do I get that?
     
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  3. lovin'fl

    lovin'fl DIS Veteran

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    Be Our Guest - dinner---never been there
    Le Cellier - dinner---filet of course....mmmmm
    Brown Derby - dinner---my DH loved the Cobb salad, I got some sort of beef that was yummy, I think filet...don't get the grapefruit cake, ICK!!!
    Tusker house - lunch---never been there
    Biergarten - dinner---meh, the German potato salad is delish
    Ohana - dinner---potstickers, noodles and chicken and the salad is yummy too...and the dessert is the best on property
    Maya Grill -dinner---never been there
    Cape May - dinner---blech, good luck...the mini desserts are good
    Scifi Din-in - dinner---been a long time since we've gone, but I'd get a milkshake there for sure
    Hoop De Doo---sangria...the food is meh but comfort food
    Sanaa - dinner---OMG...the bread service (mango chutney and roasted red pepper hummus) and the chicken tandoori
    San Angel Inn - dinner---only been 1 time in 2008...I'd try the blood orange margarita if I could go
    Tonys town Square - lunch---never been here either
     
  4. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    I have been told by a friend that they loved the grapefruit cake. I think I have to try it. It does sound appetizing.
    I am looking forward to that banana dessert at Ohana.
    I love seafood so im looking forward to Cape May.
    I'll be getting a milkshake for sure at the SciFi. I'll take a look at the mini desserts.
    I look forward to the sangria at the Hoop de doo. I plan on having a good buzz when we head back to the MK after the show. (I'll avoid the teacups after. Lol)
    This bread service at Sanaa keeps sounding better and better!
    A margarita at San Angel sounds really good. Thanks for the great ideas.

    I'm starting to get hungry. I shouldn't read these tips on an empty stomach. Lol
     
  5. SilentK

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    The Coconut 3 ways was at Le Cellier, I had it in December. I'd not seen it listed on all ears. I've got a pic, will try and upload it when I get home. It had a coconut ice cream, something with a kind of cookie texture and a long piece of nougat type thing. Sorry that's a terrible description but I did thoroughly enjoy it.
     
  6. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    Wow that does sound awesome. Your description sounds pretty tasty. Thanks for the info
     
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    I've been to a couple but at different times than you. I did go to Le Cellier for dinner and the Mushroom Filet was awesome as well as the maple syrup creme brulee.
     
  8. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    Cool. Thanks! Sounds like the creme brule is very good. I'll probably check it out
     
  9. Haygar2

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    The filet at Brown Derby was excellent. However...I dream about the Andouille Crusted Prawn over cheddar grits. I don't like grits but I would take some of those everyday for every meal. They are soooooooo delicious. We also got the Jumbo Lump Spring roll. My daughter did not share any of that. She loved it. I assume it was good since she was stabbing us with a fork if we tried to get a bite.
     
  10. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    Haha. Those shrimp must have been good. Those prawns sounds super delicious. (I can't say prawns without thinking of the movie District 9. Lol). I will be adding those to the list too. Thank you
     
  11. SilentK

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    Hopefully this works - coconut three ways

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  12. mike the canuck

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    That certainly works. That looks yummy. Thank you! :)
     
  13. Holly Quinlan

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    For BOG I would go with the Charcuterie Plate and steak with Macaroni and cheese. For ohana just save room for the bread pudding!!!
     
  14. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    That sounds really good.
    I'll make sure I leave lots of room for the bread pudding. Everyone says it's awesome.
    Thank you
     
  15. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    What about the Pepper Market at CSR? What's good there?
     
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    Be our guest: I highly suggest the rack of lamb they’ve got!! AMAZING! Although I did sub out the root vegetable for the mac and cheese (that they serve with the pork chop) Hands down my favorite of the times I’ve eaten there
    -Master’s Cupcake (grey stuff and chocolate!)

    Le Cellier: The famous Mushroom Filet Mignon
    Don’t forget about the cheddar cheese soup, and definitely don’t forget to dip the pretzel bread in it! One of my favorite meals ever!!

    Tusker: GREAT PICK for lunch!! I LOVE the selections there, try a little bit of everything! Lol.

    Ohana: The noodles were the winner in our books, along with the pork, and of course the bread pudding!

    Sci Fi: the salmon blt/club they have. My Mom ordered it and it looked awesome and she really enjoyed it. I did go for the American picnic burger (hot dog on a hamburger) but it wasn’t my favorite! Lol. I’ve heard glorious things about the onion rings too!

    Hoop De Doo: Ribs were my favorite part, but you do get to try a little bit of everything!! And don’t miss the sangria, after all , it is included!

    Tony’s: Don’t have a lot of great things to say about Tony’s food wise from our experience, but I’ve heard great things about the chicken parm!
     
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    Le Cellier - dinner---filet of course
    Ohana - dinner---everything and especially the bread pudding
    Cape May - dinner---everything
    Sanaa - dinner---Spicy Durban Chicken or Shrimp
    San Angel Inn - dinner---didn't like it
     
  18. mike the canuck

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    The rack of lamb sounds really good. And Mac and cheese is way better than vegetables. I look forward to WDW Mac and cheese. The masters cupcake also temps me.

    I'm not a big fan of mushrooms but bit I love filet mignons so i might try it without the mushrooms.
    I have heard great things about the cheese soup so I gotta check that out and the pretzel bread.

    I love onion rings. I'll probably get some at the Scifi. Sounds like the perfect place to eat them.

    Mmmm... Ribs sound fantastic at the Hoop de Doo. I'll be getting my money's worth of Sangria for sure :)

    The chicken parm sounds pretty good. I like that idea.

    Thank you for your input. It is much appreciated.
     
  19. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    The filet is a for sure at Le Cellier for me now :)
    As is the bread pudding at Ohana

    Spicy Durban Chicken sounds very interesting. I'm going to look into that more.

    Thank you for your input
     
  20. mike the canuck

    mike the canuck https://www.youtube.com/user/reelbigfishtml

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    I just wanted to say thanks to everyone that has replied. It has been very helpful to hear about food that I would not always consider when looking at menus. It's also a lot of fun to read :) but not on an empty stomach. Lol. Feel free to add any more suggestions. I just keep adding them to my "what to order" list.

    Thanks
     
  21. nfggirl5454

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    The strawberry cupcake at BoG is possibly my favorite cupcake of all time. I've had dinner there 3 times, and I ordered the pork chop each time and always enjoyed it. I think as long as you choose what you think sounds best, you'll be happy (try to get the macaroni though!). As for Sanaa, you have to try the bread service, and then the butter chicken is my favorite entree there - I love it so much, and Sanaa is my favorite WDW restaurant.

    I stayed at Coronado back in October and December, but we only did the Pepper Market twice. Their make your own pasta was just ok, definitely not as good as the Port Orleans version. One meal we all tried things from the Mexican area, the burrito, the nachos, and the quesadilla. All were fine but not the best things we ate all trip.
     

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