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Since Joel has matured into a young man, we have tried new dining on all of our trips for the past 4 or 5 years. It has been lots of fun, and we’ve found some real favorites. Next trip, he really wants to eat at California Grill, and I am quite an adventurous eater, so I’m definitely for it.
I've done the Cali on all of my WDW trips and beinfg an adventurous eater, you'll enjoy it. Take a look at my TR as I dined here on 10/11/2017. Not too many updates back
October 6, 2017-Enjoying an amazing dinner at Victoria & Albert's with PP's Dot and Drew
My TR from my most recent trip is now underway. Includes: Universal Studios Florida, Disney World and Sea World Orlando Trifecta TR -Updated October 14th!
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We have our favorites - mostly quick service - but do like to try something new every trip. We have only repeated one table service place (Il Mulino at the Swan) and otherwise have done one or two TS meals at most each time, always different spots. Besides lunch at Be Our Guest, the one non-negotiable place is Lotus Blossom in China, where my son MUST go to have his orange chicken. You'd think there were no Chinese restaurants where we live, but there are at least half a dozen within two miles, plus Thai and Vietnamese.
Just to update: my husband reminded me that we also repeated Tusker House two years in a row because our son loved the characters and husband loved the buffet.
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Always eat at California Grill, the Brown Derby and Columbia Harbor House.
We eat at Jiko, Citricos, Narcoossee's, Victoria and Albert, etc., frequently, but not every trip.
Usually try one or two new places each trip. This trip (returned home 9/15) we tried Tiffin's (which was amazing) and Restaurant Marrakesh (which was not, but the belly dancer was great). Also ate at Flying Fish for the first time in many years -- certainly the first time since the redo.