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    V&A but obviously not every time due to the cost

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    Yachtsman Steakhouse (if Ricky is working)
    Citrico's
    50's Prime Time
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    You guys are scaring me about Le Cellier. After waiting forever to get a rez, I'm finally going to get to eat there in a few weeks. Now I'm thinking about cancelling the rez and just eating at Rose & Crown like usual! EEEK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwennie81, post: 197829
    You guys are scaring me about Le Cellier. After waiting forever to get a rez, I'm finally going to get to eat there in a few weeks. Now I'm thinking about cancelling the rez and just eating at Rose & Crown like usual! EEEK!
    I think you have to try it The thing is, with the dining plan, places are so variable that I can go one day and find it rubbish, you can go a few hours later and it's great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwennie81, post: 197829
    You guys are scaring me about Le Cellier. After waiting forever to get a rez, I'm finally going to get to eat there in a few weeks. Now I'm thinking about cancelling the rez and just eating at Rose & Crown like usual! EEEK!
    We had an enjoyable meal there in September, it was our first time there and the meal was fine. Our sever was a student in education and enjoyed talking to my husband about a further degree. Ty had the chicken and it was very good, we both had the fillet and that was good as well. It wasn't the best filet I've ever had but we are blessed to have some very good places at home. Some how we usually enjoy our meals at Disney because we're all together, I guess I think for an amusement park by and large they do a great job We have pretty much stuck to the 1 credit places when Ty was younger and now look forward to trying some of the others LOL.

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    yep, have to keep in mind theyre a very very busy restaurant in the middle of a theme park it's true! Although the pricing makes it hard to avoid comparing it to more upscale places.

    It's just, every time I have a steak at Disney and it's "just ok" I start thinking about Charley's Steakhouse and how brilliant that is
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    Or Ruth's Chris.

    We went to Celebration Hotel tonight for a relative's dinner. We, of couse pass by Charley's to get there.

    On the way out, my comment was that we should have gone to Charley's on OBT for the relative to get a free birthday dinner... and us some food that was edible.

    Don't waste your time going to the Celebration Hotel. We had a fabulous Valentine's dinner there a year or so ago, and a great breakfast brunch (we stayed the weekend).

    Something happened between then and now, because this dinner was just 'yucky.'

    One relative commented that her filet mignon tasted like liver. How gross is THAT?!






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    Our next trip after this one in a few weeks will be off site, we're thinking of renting a villa or two. Then I'll be wanting to know of some good off site places. Charlies huh?! We're usually only at Disney for 8 days and frankly with my health problems I usually don't have the energy to look for a place to eat off site. Even when we stay off site I would like to be prepared with a few places to call for ressies. I haven't been well for the past month and I'm beginning to be worried about this coming trip. Hope it's better than I anticipate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 197853
    Or Ruth's Chris.

    We went to Celebration Hotel tonight for a relative's dinner. We, of couse pass by Charley's to get there.

    On the way out, my comment was that we should have gone to Charley's on OBT for the relative to get a free birthday dinner... and us some food that was edible.

    Don't waste your time going to the Celebration Hotel. We had a fabulous Valentine's dinner there a year or so ago, and a great breakfast brunch (we stayed the weekend).

    Something happened between then and now, because this dinner was just 'yucky.'

    One relative commented that her filet mignon tasted like liver. How gross is THAT?!

    That's pretty gross Tink!!!

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    Loads of great places offsite!

    The Dr. Phillips area (very convenient to Disney) has a huge variety of places from Season's 52, which I no longer recommend, to a great Lebanese place (Cedar's) to the Melting Pot, to Moon Fish, Ruth's Chris, Antonio's (upstairs) Roy's and really, bunches of others!

    What sort of food do you like?






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    to try one would be a good starter. never stayed onsite so never had a chance to visit one what with the DDP now and people saying its so hard to get a table because of it
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