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    thanks information very helpful





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    oooo, Thanks, Johnie, I know where the crossings is at ! Can you believe I've never been to the Cheesecake Factory ?

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    Don't eat off site really - best place I have ever had a meal was the California Grille on top of the contemporarry but that wasa pretty special night all round

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    They change every trip depending on the experience but for the moment and ones we will definitely do next year:

    Onsite - Citricos, Saana, Boma and Raglan Road. Oh and Crystal Palace breakfast early on our first morning - can't beat it! :D

    Offsite (haven't done a lot of these) - Cheesecake Factory, Bahama Breeze, Olive Garden and Texas de Brazil.






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    There are so many to choose from.
    On site [if money was no object] then it would have to be V & A`s, however the YSH comes a close second as we know one of the head servers who works there very well. Citrico`s is also a favourite of ours, as is Artist Point.
    Off site we enjoy Charley`s, The Hickory Steakhouse at Gaylord Palms...and many others [too many to list].





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    We generally don't eat off site so we don't have a favorite there. On-site, as Slowhand says, if money is no object then V&A wins hands down. Otherwise we love JIKO and again agreeing with Slowhand because we know the same waiter, YSH.





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    We don't eat onsite but offsite Ihave so many I love

    Cafe TuTu Tango
    Romanos Macarioni Grill
    Bahama Breeze
    Thai Thani

    I could go on and on.... - I LOVE eating :-)

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    mmm I love Bahama Breeze too. I wish we had one here.












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    Onsite, and we have tried a whole load of the restaurants is Tusker House for breakfast or lunch. I guess dinner will be just as good.

    Offsite at the moment has to be Sweet Tomatoes, but Season's 52 is lovely for the more occasion meal.

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    Onsite - probably Le Cellier.
    Offsite we like Olive Garden and Tony Romas

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