Can someone review my reservations and provide feedback?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by ktnryansmom, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. ktnryansmom

    ktnryansmom Mouseketeer

    May 11, 2008
    I would appreciate any input!

    Arrive on 3/3 at 3 p.m.--Heading to the resort, then poly beach to watch fireworks and have a 9:15p.m ADR at Ohana's (keep in mind it's 6 pm our time so late dinner is ok!)

    3/4-Tusker House/Animal Kingdom 10:00 a.m.;
    Dinner option OPEN--may do something QS at DTD

    3/5-Sci Fi Theater/DHS 1:20 Lunch

    3/6-Crystal Palace/MK 8:30 Breakfast (before park opens)
    -Liberty Tree/MK 2:00 Lunch

    3/7-Whispering Canyon Cafe/Breakfast 8:30
    Pick up rental car at Shades of Green and leave for Disney Cruise until 3/10

    3/10-3/11 (off site at gatorland and Universal Orlando/harry Potter)

    3/12-Be our Guest Dinner @ 8:30 p.m./MK

    3/13-Epcot--NO ADR's made yet....advice??

    Would appreciate any and all feedback!!!

    Thank you!
  2. Cydsmom

    Cydsmom Mouseketeer

    May 29, 2011
    These sound great! I would suggest Earl of Sandwich for your QS at DTD. We love the Hawaiian they have there. For Epcot TS I would recommend San Angel Inn. We tried it in October and now it's a must do for September. The ambiance is nice and the food was great! We also really enjoy Akershus. The chicken salad on the cold bar is amazing!
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  4. dzneelvr

    dzneelvr A Disney Dolly<br><font color=deeppink>Doesn't min

    Jan 11, 2003
    After AK another option would be to head over to AKL and do Boma's after exploring the incredible resort! We make our ADRs so the meal ends at dusk. you can then go out back and watch the evening feed of the animals and enjoy a really quiet time watching, sitting around the fire, and getting in some precious downtime before heading out again. We usually go over to DTD after AKL. it's nice to be all full and not have to stand in line at DTD for anything else:rotfl:
    At EPCOT, Biergarten is our favorite if you are in for a bigger meal. St. Angel Inn inside the pyramid is really good for lunch. Their 3-course lunch was a very pleasant surprise for us last year. We're doing it again in 2012:thumbsup2 EPCOT offers such a variety of cuisines that I'd suggest looking at the menus and see what you would enjoy. Everything from sushi to really can't go wrong.
  5. mousiemom

    mousiemom 43rd wdw trip

    Apr 7, 2005
    i would space out that 3/6 ressies cause we've learned not to do 2 ts in one day or have one for breakfast and one for dinner. your epcot dinner you have a lot to choose from: Le Chefs de France, but you know one we really enjoyed was biergarten in germany. you would never know that restaurant was back there. great entertainment and the food was great!!
  6. goofyintoronto

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

    Mar 29, 2011
    for your QS dinner at DTD i would not suggest Earl of Sandwich. Unless your dying for a sandwich for dinner, id skip it. It is a sandwich after all. nothing special in my opinion. A bit over rated.

    Id very highly recommend Wolfgang Puck Express, market place location. OMG its heaven! My fave dish is the bacon wrapped meatloaf with mashed potatoes. WOW VERY GOOD! The spaghetti and meatballs are also incredibly tasty. the meatballs are full of so much flavor. and the spaghetti is cooked to perfection. The pizza is great too. On the DP this is a great value as its not cheap. Whereas if paying out of pocket, maybe just maybe Earls is the way to go because its super cheap.

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  7. MegN529

    MegN529 Mouseketeer

    Nov 14, 2012
    We love Earl of Sandwich too! Also, Ohana is one of our favorites- a great way to start your vacation!
  8. teffy

    teffy Mouseketeer

    Jan 9, 2012
    Ohana is sooooo good. And that time of night is awesome. Also, what about Garden Grill for a meal at EPCOT?
  9. ktnryansmom

    ktnryansmom Mouseketeer

    May 11, 2008
    I love all of the suggestions--thank you so much!!!
  10. GeorgiaHoo

    GeorgiaHoo DIS Veteran

    Nov 7, 2005
    Looks like you'll be there about the same time as us. Here's my plan so far:

    3/1 - evening arrival

    3/2 - AK and then Boma for dinner

    3/3 - HS and Fantasmic meal at Mama Melrose

    3/4 - Epcot and dinner at Ohana (booked)

    3/5 - AK and dinner at Yak and Yeti or Rainforest Cafe (not sure which)

    3/6 - MK and dinner at Be Our Guest (booked)

    3/7 - Do whatever day, dinner at Cape May

    3/8 - departure

    Any thoughts on Yak and Yeti compared to Rainforest Cafe? Need to book asap as latest current reservation at Yak and Yeti is 5:30.
  11. Crystal824

    Crystal824 DIS Veteran

    Feb 23, 2008
    I think your plan looks great. The only suggestion I would have is maybe not do Crystal Palace and Liberty Tree so close together. Can you get in for dinner that night instead? We always eat at CP each trip, but we usually don't eat a full lunch on that day b/c we are typically still full from breakfast (just grab a snack or split a CS meal).
  12. ktnryansmom

    ktnryansmom Mouseketeer

    May 11, 2008
    my thoughts behind the lunch at 2 was because when we are finished we can step out and watch the parade near the restaurant around 3/3:15...

    I also don't want to pay an arm and a leg for dinner at Liberty because they only offer the buffet/family style at dinner...

    breakfast is at 8:30 and lunch reservation is at 2 and I know sometimes they get behind so we wouldn't be eating until 2:30...

    hmmmm....we also have a 2nd day at MK the following week so I can change it up if needed.

    Georgiahoo--do you have a Rainforest Cafe where you live? we do so it's not something we'll do. My kids like their food, me, not so much!
  13. hammie59

    hammie59 DIS Veteran

    Aug 27, 2007
    For you Epcot day I suggest Coral Reef. The atmosphere is nice with the view of the giant aquarium and the food we had was very good.

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