New Dining suggestions
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So we just set our date for our next trip as June 2-9 in 2013. I have over a year and am already thinking about ADRs (Yes, I know I have a serious problem).
Anyway one lesson learned from last year is not to schedule more than one ADR per day unless it is an early breakfast and a dinner. We did San Angel and LeCellier in the same day last year and it was too much. So, I am trying to stick to the one ADR in a day rule unless it is a character breakfast and a dinner.
When we travel, our kids will be 10, 8 and 5. We will be there for 7 days. Here are our favorites from last trip and must-dos for the next one: Ohana, Tusker House breakfast, and possibly CRT (if DD is still obsessed with princesses). I plan on trying Be Our Guest as it should be open by then and I want to try Liberty Tree Tavern.
Another vote for Teppen Edo. My DD's love it there (as does the rest of our group). It has been a "must do" for our past few trips.
We've done 1900 PF for breakfast and dinner and enjoyed both. The food was fine - nothing too great, but the character interaction was the draw here. Our experience with Boma was so-so. It was not terrible, but not worth going out of our way for (which we did since we weren't staying at AKL).
We've really enjoyed Ohana (which I see is a must do for you ... us too), Cape May Clambake Dinner, and Chef Mickey's.
BTW ... I don't even have any official trip plans; I'm still in the "hoping for a 2013 trip stages" and have already started to think about my ADR's as well! LOL! Have fun planning!
Visions of WDW dancing in my head ...
Last edited by TinkRocks; 04-22-2012 at 07:21 PM..
Ohana- It's meatfest at it's best. Just a fun family experience.
Liberty Tree- yummy comfort food like you would make at home.
Teppan Edo - was fun. Food was o.k. But we loved the experience.
Crystal Palace- One of the nicest character dinners. Never seems as chaotic as the others. The food is good, but basically the same as at all of the buffests.
1900 PF- If your DD wants to see Cinderella, this is the one for you. Try the strawberry soup and the salmon. You also have a pic opp before the meal. $$ but if you are like us it is hard to get a whole family pic.
Rose and Crown- Tasty fish n chips.
The kids love Chef Mickeys , but it is very loud and chaotic to me. You do get another pic opp here ($35 per pkg).