Your Restaurant suggestions?
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I'm working on helping a client get his ADR's-- I usually try to take care of them for ...
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I'm working on helping a client get his ADR's-- I usually try to take care of them for them, especially clients who have never been there. In that case I go with the restaurants that we have frequented and love-- but am wondering what others out there are just fabulous.... SO-- your suggestions please on places you just "CAN'T MISS!" when you are at WDW. I usually book O'hanas, Chef Mickeys, Garden Grill or Liberty Tree, Cindy's Brkfst, sometimes Akershus Princess Brkfst, and if they have playhouse disney fans I do Hollywood and Vine for lunch (though I didn't think the food there was great-- it was just about the characters). And then there is Fulton's which is not on the DDP but we love that place.
your other suggestions and a little about them? Thanks a bunch!
DH & I love Kona Cafe and Le Cellier. We also discovered the Yacht Club Galley which is renamed the Captains Galley at Yacht Club on our last couple trips. We like that. We also have gotten good meals at Olivia's at OKW( which I know may be out of the way but is nice and relaxing).
OH and how can I forget Crystal Palace for breakfast with my most favorite breakfast item, the puffed french toast. I think it's one of my favorite things to eat ever. Plus they will make me a blueberry and choc chip pancake so i can't go wrong with that.
Jiko for a really nice meal (Citricos and Flying Fish are great too)
50s Prime Time - good food that appeals to most and fun atmosphere
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Jiko - great atmosphere and wonderful service; perfect opportunity to check out AK Lodge as well. Food was wonderful
Narcoosee's - loved that it was small. Beautiful water view. Great food and stellar service. More of an adult place at the elegant Grand Floridian. Our best meal last trip.
O'Hana - great character breakfast and wonderful interaction with Mickey, Stitch and Lilo (Pluto too? can't recall). The food was typical breakfast fare, but it was so nice that it was served family style! Just sit down and they bring you trays of great food. Highly recommend this one as a character meal!
Sci-Fi Dine in - ok - the food was not particularly good, but the atmosphere is fantastic! I would go there for lunch. Sit in the cute cars, get served by waitresses on roller skates, and watch the silly movie clips.
1900 Park Fare is a very good and fun breakfast. I also loved OHannas for the character breakfast. The pineapple bread was super yum! We had the most fun at 50's prime time in DHS however, I reccomended this to my sister in law and they did not have as energetic a waiter as we had so the experience was completely different. I have had two seperate people tell me how amazing Boma's is so I am looking foward to trying it on our next trip. As for CRT... the food is ok but the experience of being inside the castle is a must for us!