Whispering Canyon Cafe- Breakfast or Dinner?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by CubanaMama, May 31, 2009.

  1. CubanaMama

    CubanaMama Mouseketeer

    May 16, 2009
    In your opinion, which is better for entertainment & food at the WCC...breakfast or dinner?
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  3. VegasMike21

    VegasMike21 <font color=blue>I couldn't stop laughing when the

    Apr 16, 2007
    Everyone seems to like dinner at WCC. They say their skillet is not to be missed.
  4. Basket Mommy

    Basket Mommy Earning My Ears

    Apr 15, 2009
    I'm a bit biased, but I would say definitely breakfast. My husband and I had a very bad experience with the all you can eat skillet @ Whispering Canyon on a trip in 2002. We were both sick all night long. It's been my only bad food experience at WDW, and it was bad enough that I can't even think about eating there for dinner ever again.
  5. livinlife25

    livinlife25 DIS Veteran

    Feb 9, 2009
    Is it just me or do you not her much about the breakfast? I havent come across hardly any reviews of it. I picked dinner or our upcoming trip....I was going to dinner but there so many other places that did only dinner so I chose them and thought since I wanted to see the Lodge Id do breakfast!
  6. dancin Disney style

    dancin Disney style <font color=blue>I found one to share with some fa

    Apr 18, 2005
    Breakfast is breakfast...it's pretty hard to screw up eggs and bacon.

    The dinner skillet is good we had it the last time we were there and loved it. We are debating going there for dinner for our next trip. We want to but are trying to book all new places this time.
  7. SpecialK

    SpecialK DIS Veteran

    Nov 6, 2003
    Ditto this. We really enjoyed the breakfast. Outside of finding the atmosphere at dinner not to our liking, we were both sick.
  8. wdwishes1990

    wdwishes1990 DIS Veteran

    Jul 8, 2006

    Agreed!! The dinner banter and entertainment is much more exciting and entertaining too.
  9. KatMark

    KatMark DIS Veteran

    Aug 5, 2007
    We've not done breakfast. After our horrible dinner experience, we are not sure we are willing to go all the way over to the WL for breakfast.

    As for our horrible dinner experience, it started with waiting over 35 minutes for our table, a rude hostess, a horrible waitress (now she may have been new, but there is now ay that dinner should have taken us over two hours with just the two of us), the food was blah and DH got sick on the meat in the skillet (which personally I found awful and filled up on the chocolate shake. We never ordered dessert because we were afraid it would have taken another 30 minutes.

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