Your must go to restaurant in disney world

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  1. WDWFANCBIIIME

    WDWFANCBIIIME DIS Veteran

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    California Grill - Spicy Kazan Roll!!!

    Jiko - Wild Boar Tenderloin and Lamb Flatbread

    Flying Fish - NY Strip and Banana Napoleon

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  3. buckirj1

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    Trail's End buffet for breakfast and supper. Trail's End for lunch: I really like the waldorf chicken and fried chicken/waffles on the lunch a'la carte menu.

    Katsura Grill for shrimp udon.
     
  4. katt789

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    I'll see if I can narrow it down to one per park/resort area! Lol

    Animal Kingdom:
    Tusker House, lunch buffet.
    Great characters, great food with a little different flair than the regular American standard buffet stuff, never had a bad experience there and it's always a blast and delicious!

    Beaches & Cream at Beach Club:
    Lovely and awesome themeing, tons of ice cream & dessert choices that look amazing! I usually go for the grilled cheese & tomato bisque here, it's super yummy and some great comfort home cooking!

    Le Cellier, Canada
    in Epcot
    -Amazing filet mignon at LC, amazing cut of meat, so flavourful, tender, the dish is do DIE FOR, then the cheddar cheese soup, and pretzel bread, all is amazing there! Price is a little more than other places but I do believe it's worth it!

     
  5. Magic2000

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    Yachtsman Steakhouse - Ceasar salad, filet, creme brulee
    Yak N Yeti - Salad, Honey chicken
    Chefs de France - salad, filet with potatoes augratin, creme brulee
    Ohanas for dinner
     
  6. Pooh2

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    50s Prime time in HS for the peanut butter and jelly milkshake! The food is merely a side dish for me!
     
  7. ToddyLu

    ToddyLu Welcome aboard explorers- I love Mr. Ray

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    :thumbsup2 California Grill for oak fired filet and flatbread. RFC at AK for breakfast and Boma for breakfast.

    We cant wait to try Trail's End restaurant in May.
     
  8. jude&jonah

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    Cali Grill and Jiko are about tied- with CG having a slight edge.

    Of the non signature restaurants.... man none of them really get me that excited- but I would say maybe Sanaa? Raglan Road? I like both of those a lot.
     
  9. dvcHammer

    dvcHammer Drinking at Disney

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    OLivia's at OKW.

    My fav in all of Disney World. And i've eaten almost everywhere. Rarely busy, have not needed an ADR in the last 6 trips.
     
  10. bastos

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    Tangierine Cafe
    Flame Tree
    Sleepy Hollow

    And, sadly...

    Casey's Corner - a last meal tradition.:goodvibes
     
  11. Dacky619

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    Ours is HDDR but that is so expensive we can't do it all the time. Sometimes, we'll go to Whispering Canyon Cafe just to get some similar food and give us the feeling of the dinner show.
     
  12. DLBDS

    DLBDS Loves that Sweetened Condensed Milk

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    Boma... When I go to WDW with my mom we try to go twice. Once for breakfast and once for dinner. We love it.
     
  13. grace&philipsmom

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    We end every trip with breakfast at 'Ohana. Our kids insist upon it!
     
  14. babydoll65

    babydoll65 please stand clear of the doors, por favor manteng

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    Last trip (november2013) we ate at the trails end buffet and it was great. For counter service I would go out of my way to port Orleans riverside and get the build your own pasta. We were staying there at the time and had a early supper then took the water taxi to Dtd to do some shopping.:thumbsup2
     
  15. Miumiu4me

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    Crews Cup - lobster roll

    Tangerine Cafe - chicken platter
     
  16. disneycrazi

    disneycrazi watch your head and step as you disembark

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    Boma it's our absolute favorite
     
  17. vettegirl

    vettegirl Dole Whip Queen

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    Yak and Yeti! The seafood curry is worth the while trip to WDW for me :)

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  18. maxiesmom

    maxiesmom The Mean Squinty Eye Works

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    The Kona Cafe. For breakfast. I love their omelettes. My sister goes crazy for the Tonga Toast, and my nephew loves the pancakes.
     
  19. FiggieFan

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    THIS! After the first time we had the bread pudding, we started planning another trip back to WDW for MORE bread pudding! :cloud9: My fiance is an avid heath nut/runner and this is the only dessert I have seen him eat in the ten years I have known him.
     
  20. DizFanSLD

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    Each family member has a different favorite, so we have to hit all three each trip!

    For me, it's Rose & Crown and my preferred dish is Bangers and Mash, but now it is lunch only, so I have to branch out, but I MUST have a Scotch Egg!

    For DD 17, it's 'ohana hands down.

    DH loves Liberty Tree Tavern for lunch; either the Pot Roast or the Pilgrim's Feast.

    This is making me hungry...glad it's only one month until our next trip!
     
  21. blingbowsparkles

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    Cape May- My family loves it all and my favorite is the fried shrimp.

    Garden Grill- We go for the salad and the amazing character interaction.

    Kona Café- Tonga Toast and pressed coffee.

    Port Orleans FQ- The food court has the best pot roast.
     

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