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    Great question! I've not done them ALL (of course now that's a challenge!) but I have done:

    Biergarten (Germany)
    Chefs de France (France)
    La Hacienda de San Angel (Mexico)
    Le Cellier Steakhouse (Canada)
    Princess Storybook Dining at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall (Norway)
    Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room (United Kingdom)
    San Angel Inn (Mexico)
    Teppan Edo (Japan)
    Tokyo Dining (Japan)

    Of those, my favorites are Le Cellier, Biergarten and either of the restaurants in Japan. Given the price and option changes in the past few years at Le Cell, I've taken to booking at an "off" time and just going for wine, soup and bread. I confess I adore the atmosphere there and refuse to give that up, but if it's a steak I'm after - there are far better places onsite and off. Biergarten is just fun, IMO. The food is plentiful and diverse enough to meet different tastes and, again, I love the atmosphere.

    Of the one's I've not been to, but would like to try - the restaurant in Morocco and the new one in Italy top the list.




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    Which is that cave bar type place in? mexico or morroco?
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    Keith you must try Mexico restaurant it really lovely place.

    It so surreal that you do forget they you are in Florida!

    It is such a shame their vegetarian choice is not to die for do not going there this year :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deafjeff, post: 312235
    Keith you must try Mexico restaurant it really lovely place.

    It so surreal that you do forget they you are in Florida!

    It is such a shame their vegetarian choice is not to die for do not going there this year :-(
    Ive never really fancied the menu but I love dark restaurants so I've always fancied trying it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 312239
    Ive never really fancied the menu but I love dark restaurants so I've always fancied trying it
    I like Mexican food and I agree you can't beat the surroundings, but I really disliked it here. It was either way too spicy or very bland, and I know its dark, but it didn't look appertising either. A bit disappointing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 312230
    Which is that cave bar type place in? mexico or morroco?
    La Cava del Tequila is in Mexico, Keith. They have some very lovely margaritas there (and also tequila flights if you're brave enough :) )

    I enjoy their chips and salsa as well. I haven't been there in a trip or two though, as Jon isn't a huge tequila fan (though he has agreed to the tequila tasting lunch during the F&W Festival).




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    We enjoyed a very nice meal at San Angel Inn during our Christmas trip in 2011. We'd been put off trying it for years because we'd read so many poor reviews, but decided to give it a go for something new and quite enjoyed it. To be sure, maybe not the best meal I've ever had on property, but I didn't feel I'd wasted my time. Of course, it didn't hurt that we were sat right by the railing and could watch the boats float by and enjoy the "ambiance" :)

    Keith, maybe you could try it just for some drinks and tapas and see what you think?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 312259
    We enjoyed a very nice meal at San Angel Inn during our Christmas trip in 2011. We'd been put off trying it for years because we'd read so many poor reviews, but decided to give it a go for something new and quite enjoyed it.
    Isnt that always the way? Go to somewhere with high hopes and it disappoints but try somewhere just to try something new and it turns out to be great!

    I'll definitely have to try it

    I've never tried tequila so perhaps i'll give that a go too :D
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    Of course I'd be happy to accompany you as your "Tequila Tutor" but that would mean you'd actually have to agree to meet me




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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 312281

    I've never tried tequila so perhaps i'll give that a go too :D
    Us either! We've promised ourselves we'll try it this year :)



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