Whats your 'must go to' restaurant when you visit?

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  1. poly princess

    poly princess Mouseketeer

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    That's a hard one! However, here are few of favorite/must do restaurants...

    Breakfast: Kona Cafe
    Breakfast: Tusker House
    Breakfast: Crystal Palace

    Lunch/dinner: Via Napoli
    Lunch/dinner: Chefs de France
    Lunch/dinner: Liberty Tree Tavern
    Dinner: California Grill
    Dinner: Ohana


    Enjoy!
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  3. TruBlu

    TruBlu <font color=green>I was very excited to see how yu

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    This trip the only requests for repeats I got from the family were:
    -Teppan Edo
    and
    -50's PT

    pixiedust:

    But, I added Sci-Fi in as MY must do! :thumbsup2
     
  4. Melodious

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    Many restaurants were wonderful, but if I picked the ones that I couldn't live without: Le Chefs de France in Epcot and the Hollywood Brown Derby in DHS
     
  5. JimS4210

    JimS4210 Counting down the days until our next vacation...

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    Another vote for Raglan Road in DTD. The food is great, the beer is great, the atmosphere is great. We go every trip!

    Jim
     
  6. JustBusiness

    JustBusiness Earning My Ears

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    Wow, they're really kicking it up a notch with food quality and theming. We are hopin for CS meal there in March, and dinner in November.
     
  7. MJMcBride

    MJMcBride Barely lost is barely found

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    I have a few that I love Jiko, Boma, Sanaa, Teppan Edo, Yak & Yeti and Kona Cafe

    I just ate at Marakesh and might put it on that list

    everytime we go we go to at least a few of those

    This Jan we are there for 5 days and are doing Kona Boma and Yak&Yeti
     
  8. DisGirl819

    DisGirl819 <font color=blue>Then I thought about it and reali

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    We love Cape May for the crab leg/seafood buffet. We eat there once or twice a trip. We also love Captain's Grille at the YC, very delicious food.
     
  9. ddluvsdisney

    ddluvsdisney DIS Veteran

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    Our favorites are:


    Narcoossees

    Cali Grill (to watch wishes)

    Flying Fish (spend night on the BW)

    These are also really good restaurants when you are kid free!!! :)
     
  10. jmcghee2024

    jmcghee2024 DIS Veteran

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    Ohana and Chef Mickeys
     
  11. autumnpalm

    autumnpalm DIS Veteran

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    Table Service:

    Breakfast: Crystal Palace for Pooh's french toast, Kona Cafe for Tonga Toast.

    Lunch: Liberty Tree Tavern for their Declaration Salad and toffee cake.

    Dinner: 'Ohana, California Grill for sushi and the filet.

    Counter Service:

    Columbia Harbour House, Pecos Bill's, Flame Tree BBQ, Tangierine Cafe.
     
  12. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

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    This is my list too! Except id take off liberty tree and ohana. I like LTT but its not a fave. And i don't like ohana. I would add Tutto Italia. the pasta is so good! Lasagna is the best i ever had.

    I would also like to add WGPE. Its one of my fave meals of my trip!
     
  13. mslhb

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    For me it is San Angel Inn in Mexico. Growing up it was my Dad's favorite place to eat so every time we went to EPCOT we always ate there. I am sure it was probably called something different in the 80s. I just always thought the inside of the Mexico pavilion was so cool!
     
  14. Red_Rider

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    For our family, our "must do" restaurant is Teppan Edo, we just think its fun. :)
     
  15. The V Gang

    The V Gang The V Gang

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    We always do CRT. It's become a tradition for the kids. I liked it much better when the served the delicious lamb chops at dinner though. I keep trying to talk them out of going back but they won't have it. Lol
     
  16. nigel-bigel

    nigel-bigel DIS Veteran

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    For breakfast, every trip we go to Cape May Cafe on our last day. Since we never go to park that day it is a great way to get a big dose of Disney before we go home, plus it is the most relaxing and quiet character meal available.

    We don't really have any other must-dos, as we like to try different places every visit. However, it would be terrific to return to Sanaa, Kouzzina and Flying Fish again!
     
  17. smiths02

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    Breakfast: Tusker House

    Lunch: Sci Fi

    Dinner: Ohana

    Any meal: Crystal Palace (prefer breakfast)

    There are others I would repeat but those are the ones I can't imagine skipping.
     
  18. mike the canuck

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

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    Oh ya! I had the steak sandwich and French onion soup. Fantastic! Make sure you get there early for lunch. People start lining up at 9:45am for the 10:30 opening
     
  19. PoohsFan1

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    We have a few that we have to go to each trip.
    - California Grill
    - Akershus Breakfast
    - Le Cellier Lunch
    - Cape May Cafe Breakfast

    For QS we have to eat at Columbia Harbor House in MK and Earl of Sandwich in DTD
     
  20. MrsJ Henry

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    Boma - our favorite!
    Crystal Palace for Breakfast
    Flame Tree is always a great quick service
    And always love the FUN restaurants like 50's Prime Time, Whispering Canyon and Sci Fi... not because the food is great... but it is good and it is always a fun experience!!
     
  21. tjherring

    tjherring Earning My Ears

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    Breakfast - Crystal Palace (before park opens, a family tradition:)) and Akershus (although next trip we're going to try dinner)

    QS Lunch - Columbia Harbour House, Casey's Corner

    Dinner - Via Napoli, best pizza I've ever eaten! And, although it gets mixed reviews, we love Mama Melrose just before seeing Fantasmic!
     

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