Where's your favorite place to eat at Disney

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  1. Raulandpinboy

    Raulandpinboy <font color=blue>Table-dancing auctioneer<br><font

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    Mine is the one and only Chef Mickeys.

    What... Cant I post a simple one every now and then.:p
     
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  3. doombuggy

    doombuggy DIS Veteran

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    Chef Mickey's is the best place for breakfast. Ditto for Goofy's kitchen at the DLR. JMHO. :D
     
  4. in2disny

    in2disny Mouseketeer

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    All these years to Disney and I have never been to Chef Mickey's.


    I'm not sure I could pick a favorite. There are so many other ones I haven't tried.

    My next trip will be to get to Chef Mickey
     
  5. eeyorefanatic

    eeyorefanatic Devoted 2 Eeyore

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    On the bus to the first park of the trip (usually MK)


    A close second is Ohana's for dinner which I tried for the first time on a solo trip and fell in love with the atmoshpere, food etc...
     
  6. dizneyusa

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    We love BOMA'S!!!!! Breakfast or Dinner

    We also have never been to Chef Mickey's........
    We must try it the next time we come up!!

    Dana :)
     
  7. perndwler

    perndwler Boa Brigade Lady in Waiting and Official Scoopie

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    There's no way I can pick just one.......

    1900 Park Faire for Breakfast
    American Pavillion for hot dogs/Canada for Cheese Soup for lunch
    Mitsukoshi (Japan) for dinner
     
  8. taysalyn

    taysalyn <font color=blue>DIS Veteran<br><font color=red>no

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    My vote is for the Garden Grille at Epcot, although I might change my mind once I try the cheese soup in September. Can't wait for that!
     
  9. daber

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    Really tough question, there are too many excellent restaurants.
    We always try a new one each time we go to WDW.
    Never been to Chef Mickey's but California Grill a few stories above it is fantastic for leasure dining.
    In EPCOT our choices are
    1. Ankerhaus in Norway
    2. Tempura/sushi in Japan
    3. Rose and Crown in England
    (yeah the Cheese soup is wonderful, but .....)
    Flame Tree was great in AK but it's been closed most of this year.
    OHana's is nice in the Poly, but we like the Kona next door better.
    Then there's the Maya in Coronodo Springs....Gullivers in the Swan......Oh I just can't choose.
     
  10. Eeyore's Pal

    Eeyore's Pal Trading pins since before there were rubber backs

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    I know that my kids really like 1900 Park Faire for dinner.
    We always make sure to have one dinner there every trip.

    We had breakfast at Boma's last Fall, and that got a rave review too.

    If you don't mind the lack of ambience....we liked the food court in Epcot's Land pavilion.
     
  11. wdw4us2

    wdw4us2 <font color=blue>Not only a DIS Vet, but a 33 year

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    Let's see:

    Breakfast - Donald's Breafastasaurus - AK
    Lunch - The Plaza Restaurant - MK
    Dinner - Le Cellier/Canada - Epcot

    These are my current favorites - they change all the time!

    Lisa:cool:
     
  12. Engr-Chas

    Engr-Chas <font color=green>NorCal SuperTrader<br><font colo

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    At Disneyland Resort,

    Breakfast-Goofy's Kitchen
    Lunch-Blue Bayou
    Dinner-Soap Opera Bistro

    Engr-Chas
    Lord of the Diner
     
  13. Mickey527

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    We can only pick one??? I go to certain ones each trip
    My favorites are
    Canada..Le Celliere their filet mignon is to die for and of course that soup.
    Germany..where else can you eat all the strudel you want. and Spatezle. yum
    Mexico..the outside cart. a combinacione plate and a Rainbow Margarita.
    Italy..Alfredo sauce, there is no word for it
    Living Seas..Lobster bisque is the only way to start a meal there
    Chef Mickey's are Parmesean Potatoes fattening?
    I could go on and on, but I am dieting and this is killing me. Peggie
     
  14. Dar20

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    Two votes for ESPN Club from us. Cheap, fun, and great for sports fanatics like us with that Disney service as an added bonus. We drive over quite often to eat there.

    Dar
     
  15. buggin'

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    I enjoy KONA Cafe...reasons undisclosed. ;)

    HollyWood & Vine is excellente. :)

    Chef Mickey's is fun.

    Mexico has a great Taco Salad...just keep me away from the Pink flamigo display inside...!!! :p

    'Ohanas is great, great food, great view of the fireworks too. ;)

    Theres so many places to choose from. :rolleyes:

    Buggin'
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  16. NHMickey

    NHMickey <font color=red>I'm A Disneyana Collector!<font co Moderator

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    Well I would have to say...

    Breakfast... Spoodles...

    Lunch... Tonys

    Diner... Depends on the mood... I love so many of them...
     
  17. SueEllen

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    Nat!!! :earseek: :earseek: :earseek:

    I thought for sure that you would say LeCellier! Cheese Soup!


    I can't possibly name just one. There are so many that we love. Boma, Chef Mickeys, LeCellier, Alfredos, the list goes on and on. There are a few that we MUST eat at every trip to WDW.

    Sue Ellen
     
  18. NHMickey

    NHMickey <font color=red>I'm A Disneyana Collector!<font co Moderator

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    Yea.... I love Cheese Soup... But to be honest I have had a few bad meals at Le Cellier other than the soup.
     
  19. NHMickey

    NHMickey <font color=red>I'm A Disneyana Collector!<font co Moderator

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    Yea.... I love Cheese Soup... But to be honest I have had a few bad meals at Le Cellier other than the soup.
     
  20. olbear

    olbear Loves all things POOH!

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    No one has mentioned my favorite. Cape May at the yacht and beach club. FANTASTIC!! Great salad bar with peel and eat shrimp, made from scratch - clam chowder to die for, steamed clams,muscles, YUM! Steamed corn on cob and new potatoes, sirloin terriyaki steak tips, the BEST!! Ribs, Grilled chicken fresh grilled veggies, garlic mashed potatoes, and desserts to absolutely die for!! My favorite being the Oreo Truffle puff. Oooo boy!! I'm hungrey now.

    Fred and I also love to go to the Crystal Palace in MK for lunch. Not just because of Pooh being there, but the buffet is wonderful, with a fantastic salad bar and other great hot items to choose from. Oh and the Bread pudding is really good.

    For quick and simple, the Land is great at EPCOT, and YES...do try the cheese soup and pretzel bread in Canada, FANTASTIC!!

    I gotta go get something to eat now, I'm hungrey!!

    Blessings,
    Winnie
     
  21. pintrader

    pintrader <font color=FF66FF>Leader of the Conga Line to ton

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    due to the rave reviews for breakfast and the fantastic dinner Peggie (not on the boards) and I had My next breakfast on property will be at AKL Bomas.

    I just had breafast this week at Cape May with Cheshire Figment, Judy Sue, Gary, Goofy, Chip and Dale. It was scrumptous. I loved those miniature mickey ears waffles. Then we dined at Kona's for breakfast. It's no Cape May!

    Met the whole gang at Sppodles once, crowded and unmemorable. So we boated on over to Beaches and Cream, loved their cherry limeaid. Bery refreshing on a hot SeptemberPin Event afternoon.

    On Friday nights when I was cutting my schedule a little to close to make my Friday Night Pin Meets on time, I would pop over to Chef Mickey's for the 5:00 seating. Great buffet, convenient. You just have to like a really noisy place. To some noise=fun to ohers --NOT.

    Ed, Donna, Dom and who else was there had the best entertainment any cast of characters could put on at CM. They were all on the floor wrestling, cuttin up and truly getting in trouble aimed at our table's entertainment and addendants. They had us laughing to the point of tears. Was that you Tinkerbell?

    I would never have gone into 50's Prime Time if Tinkerbell129 (Lori) had not invited me to join her. It was by far one of the coolest places. She is fun to go with as she really gets into the whole mood.

    And Tinkerbell and I discovered that you can go into China and ask for beef and broccoliteven though it is not on the menu and they will prepare it for you and even let two of you split it:wink:

    For inexpensive, nothing on property touches my favortire $9.59 all you can eat buffet place.

    Loved the view at Ohana's went I dined with Dom, but the food ... eh


    All time "YUCK" place to spend time or money on property for me is Sci Fi Dine-In Theatre. Too dark to see how clean it is.

    So did I pick just one?
    :p :rolleyes::D
    oh yeah, Bomas
     

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