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Wendy
05-03-2012, 10:37 AM
If you were going for a romantic meal at WDW, what restaurant would you choose?

Tink
05-03-2012, 10:41 AM
Le Bistro de Paris. :yes:

keith
05-03-2012, 10:44 AM
V&A or california grill

(with an outside mention for narcoosees but shudder, so variable)

catrancher
05-03-2012, 12:10 PM
Seriously? You even need to ask? :unsure:

V&A without a doubt. And, in our case, there isn't even a second place. It's that good.

Tom (:macwave:... now I'm hungry. Again.)

uscwest
05-03-2012, 02:51 PM
Here's another vote for V&A but knowing your DH that might not be a good choice for you. I could always vote for Yachtsman with Ricky, but Donna and I also like Citrico's. And as Tink recommends Bistro de Paris.

Slowhand
05-03-2012, 04:27 PM
If the cost is not an option then it has to be V & A`s.
The others I would opt for are Bistro de Paris, Blue Zoo and Citrico`s, all of which have much more of an "adult" feel to them. :thumbsup:

Wendy
05-03-2012, 04:56 PM
Hand on heart I think V & A's is out of the equation, John and Terry you know what a fuss pot Chris is, I think it would be too stressful :lol:

Bistro de Paris is lovely, I was just curious what other people thought. I know trying to find an adults' restaurant in WDW is asking a lot, but sometimes it's nice to get dressed up and go out somewhere without there being lots of children.

keith
05-03-2012, 05:16 PM
Blue zoo is one I forgot but as Terry mentions, it's rather nice :)

I didn't really like Bistro de Paris :/ perhaps we need to give it another try. Food was ok but service was basic.

Failing all those, you could go to Cosmic Rays, have a great chicken and ribs combo and enjoy a sing along with Cosmic Ray and his space angels :)

Tink
06-03-2012, 02:56 AM
BlueZoo is very nice, but I don't think you or Chris would like it much. (Keith! :lol: We are forever opposites on food and restaurants! We had a terrible experience in Cali Grill and you don't like our fave Bistro)! :mental:

If you really want to put on the dog Wendy, you know where to go! (Yellow Dog Eats, here we come)! Hey, we'll iron our short. We'll be proper dressed up then! :D :D

Beccaberry
06-03-2012, 02:59 AM
Our "adult night out" this year was at Flying Fish followed by a lovely stroll along the Boardwalk, quite lovely actually. :)

Wendy
06-03-2012, 08:44 AM
Failing all those, you could go to Cosmic Rays, have a great chicken and ribs combo and enjoy a sing along with Cosmic Ray and his space angels :)



:lol: We tend to go into Cosmic Rays when we are at MK anyway - something different to burgers or chicken nuggets :lol:

Wendy
06-03-2012, 08:45 AM
BlueZoo is very nice, but I don't think you or Chris would like it much. (Keith! :lol: We are forever opposites on food and restaurants! We had a terrible experience in Cali Grill and you don't like our fave Bistro)! :mental:

If you really want to put on the dog Wendy, you know where to go! (Yellow Dog Eats, here we come)! Hey, we'll iron our short. We'll be proper dressed up then! :D :D

:excited: Yellow Dog, that has to be a must do every time now :yes:

uscwest
06-03-2012, 02:11 PM
I really MUST get Blue Zoo on our list on our next trip. Is it available under the ADR system online or do I have to call them direct?

Slowhand
06-03-2012, 03:57 PM
I really MUST get Blue Zoo on our list on our next trip. Is it available under the ADR system online or do I have to call them direct?
I`ve made ADR`s in the past on-line John with no problem.
It really is a nice restaurant....just remember to get your parking ticket stamped at the restaurant though or you will have to pay $10 to get out of the parking lot!

Kate
06-03-2012, 07:08 PM
Ive only ever eaten at one place in disney thats not burgers and fries and that was crystal palace - hardly for adults though!