Need some Roaring Forks clarification
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Is Roaring Forks a regular food court, or is it more like a market? The passporter calls it a "self-service cafe." What is the meaning of that, exactly? I'm wondering if it is a "typical" food court like I am used to with the other resorts . . . . .
Also, on the topic of WL food . . . Has anyone ever done the in-room dining here. I'm thinking maybe one night we'll take it easy and eat in the room. Any thoughts on that?
It's not really a food court...too small. It's more like a fancy convenience store. They have cooked to order food, some baked items (that are fabulous, by the way), limited fresh fruit, various drinks - both fountain and in bottles, coffee, etc. All are quick things. Pretty good, but expensive. I haven't tried the in-room dining, so I can't help you there. I believe that you'll really love the WL...my family and I really do! Have fun!
You can eat breakfast there. They have baked items, such as muffins, danish, etc, or some hot breakfast items, like pancakes, bacon-egg-cheese croissants, which are wonderful, by the way, and a few other hot items. They also have cold cereals, too, to choose from. When we were there last month, I think we ate at RF 2 days, and the rest of the days, we ate at the parks.
DH and I ate breakfast at Roaring Forks on several mornings. They have tables or you can bring it back to your room. It's all really tasty too!
We also did room service one night and it was also really good. Can't remember what we had but the menu had a good variety.
It's a food court - there are two stations which offer hot items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Also cereals, yogurts, sandwiches, etc. It's personally not my favorite food court. After a few days I was tired of what they had to offer. And as someone else mentioned - it's very small, and the lines during peak meal times are very long!
Last edited by Shell_of_the_South; 07-24-2007 at 01:38 PM..