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disneymom
16-07-2012, 01:56 PM
If you were going to have your last meal you will ever have at the World and you could only choose one meal, what would you choose? Doesnt matter if its breakfast, lunch, or dinner from any of the parks or resorts.

Wendy
16-07-2012, 02:27 PM
It wouldn't be a meal, but the last thing I like to have when we are leaving the Magic Kingdom for the last time is a Dole Whip Float :lol:

I also like to have a BLT at the Earl of Sandwich on our last trip to DTD :lol:

Other than that there isn't anything else :)

Beccaberry
16-07-2012, 02:59 PM
Thus far, I'd say Flying Fish (delicious Snapper!) or Yachtsman (as much for Ricardo's company as the meal, I'd guess). We have truly had some lovely meals onsite, though they are getting fewer and further between.

Johnie
16-07-2012, 03:48 PM
Hmmm I don't think my very last meal ever would even be at WDW. Though I have had some lovely meals there. Quite frankly, they are getting far too costly. But I guess if it was my last meal I would not care about that lol

Watchinherskip
16-07-2012, 03:52 PM
Yeah, what Becca said about fewer and further between, but to be honest, I don't go there for the food. I go for the experience. While we have never done the really top locations ( V & As, Artist's Pallate, etc) we have through the years eaten in some nice places. May not have been the top food, but loved the experience of an Ohana Thanksgiving. Weirdest way I have ever had a turkey dinner (in a skillet) but it was a hoot. Had a wonderful meal on Good Friday once at Olivia's in OKW and the dinner at the Morroccan place last time was pretty cool.

Beccaberry
16-07-2012, 03:53 PM
Hmmm I don't think my very last meal ever would even be at WDW. Though I have had some lovely meals there. Quite frankly, they are getting far too costly. But I guess if it was my last meal I would not care about that lol


Oh goodness no!! I don't think I would have my very last meal at Disney World either (well, maybe?). But I interpreted the post to mean your last meal AT Disney, not the last meal of your life. I'm not sure I love the Snapper THAT much :)

I thought it meant if, let's say, Disney were closing forever or something of that nature.

Beccaberry
16-07-2012, 03:57 PM
Yeah, what Becca said about fewer and further between, but to be honest, I don't go there for the food. I go for the experience. While we have never done the really top locations ( V & As, Artist's Pallate, etc) we have through the years eaten in some nice places. May not have been the top food, but loved the experience of an Ohana Thanksgiving. Weirdest way I have ever had a turkey dinner (in a skillet) but it was a hoot. Had a wonderful meal on Good Friday once at Olivia's in OKW and the dinner at the Morroccan place last time was pretty cool.

Couldn't agree more :) My fondest "meal memories" actually have very little to do with the food and far, far more to do with the memories made at the time. Oftentimes, the simplest meals are the most memorable. Having said that (and perhaps in a very different direction than the OP meant for this thread to go) I recall a dinner Ohana with friends where I laughed so hard my sides hurt the next day (though that could have been an errant spitwad :wink: ), a meal at Mama Melrose where two of the street performers wandered in, sat down at our table, and tried to convince a 7 year old Andrew to sell his 2 year old sister, and an evening spent eating pizza with a friend in the foodcourt in our pajamas...well, you can't buy those memories at any price :D

Johnie
16-07-2012, 04:21 PM
Haga! But you can put a price on French fries!!

Lol funny how my mind went to The Last Supper!! Last meal at Disney? 'Ohana has always been a family favorite so I'll go with that.

wdwgrandma
16-07-2012, 05:30 PM
The night we dined at the Chef's Table at V&A is probably my favorite.

Watchinherskip
16-07-2012, 05:35 PM
DONNA!! Yay...good to see you! One of these years we will have to experience it for ourselves!

wdwgrandma
16-07-2012, 06:17 PM
Sounds like a plan to me!!!:

uscwest
16-07-2012, 06:20 PM
Yep it is hard to argue with what Donna said. The Chef's Table at V&A was tops.

catrancher
16-07-2012, 07:29 PM
Although we haven't done the Chef's table, I'd have to agree with V&A! :yes:

But YSH is good too. As long as Wicky is awound. :D

Of course, for a run of the mill final meal, I might vote for the 50's Prime Time. :unsure:

Tom (:macwave:... Yes mom. I'll eat my vegetables. I promise.)

BUTTERHEAD1
17-07-2012, 02:41 AM
I have never eaten at V&A so with that said I have never been blown away by any of the meals I have eaten at WDW. I have enjoyed many meals but nothing stands out.My favorite meal is a steak at Yachtsman( been the about 5 times.I have always enjoyed Teppen Edo. I hope to try V&A some day but the truth is my wife is not an adventurous eater and it might be a waste of money because outside of steak and chicken she won't try anything.

robertcraig
17-07-2012, 08:25 AM
CALIFORNIA GRILL window saet during the fireworks

foreverducky
17-07-2012, 10:00 AM
I'll be the simple one of the group and say the breakfast at Chef Mickey's. I don't cook breakfast home and hardly ever make anything breakfast related, so eating ALL the breakfast food I could think, without having to cook it, is fabulous.

Tink
17-07-2012, 10:41 AM
Have never had a meal at WDW that comes close to comparing with the dinner we had at Melisse, however if I were not ever going to eat at WDW again (and with the lousy decline in food quality, choices on the menus, and service that day is fast approaching) I'd head for Bistro in France. We had a great time when we tried the degustation menu. Our server was an eager college kid and was pleased to have guests who were not rushing through the meal to get back out to the park. A fun night, and one of our more memorable meals at WDW.

catrancher
17-07-2012, 11:39 AM
my wife is not an adventurous eater and it might be a waste of money because outside of steak and chicken she won't try anything.

Understand completely. But I can tell you from personal experience that they will bend over backward and work with you to insure you and she have a perfect meal. Have a look at their website here (http://victoria-alberts.com/index.html) (which I didn't even know existed till now). Check out the menu. While it looks exotic (at least to my pedestrian eye), I can promise you it's all very good. My DW was a little reluctant to try some of the things also but once she did, she was glad.

It truly is an experience. :yes:

Tom (:macwave:... and boy is it good!)

Mari
18-07-2012, 02:12 AM
Well, I would need a complete week of saying goodbye tp the world and having last meals at WDW!




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Wendy
18-07-2012, 09:49 AM
Well, I would need a complete week of saying goodbye tp the world and having last meals at WDW!




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