arghrghrghrghrhgrhg noooooo SCARY placeOriginally Posted by Dawn, post: 2504
no nothing whatsoever jodie, i think im just going to have to do it on my own no one here thinks its important lol...so will have to look for some menus as i only want normal food also find out where the ressie are ive no idea whicjh is where lolOriginally Posted by Jodie, post: 2481
Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 2573
What kind of "normal" food do you want, Mick? Have a feeling my definition probably is different than yours!
Give us something to work with, man!
Normal food = fried chicken and mashed potatoes and green beans = 50s Prime Time.
How many meals are you looking to do nutty?Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 2573
The buffets can be good if you want "normal" food because there's a wide choice. Crystal palace, liberty tree tavern (family style)
Hoop dee doo! great show + chicken, ribs, beans
Spill the beans on what 'normal' food is and we'll all tell you what to do!
Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 2607
You're wicked, Dawn!
oh stuff like steak, burgers, fries, dogs etcOriginally Posted by Taja, post: 2575
i get the feeling there is something about 50's PT you dont like dawn from the other thread!!Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 2607
i think just the one each week......ooooo a buffet sounds good, and i like the sound of MBYBBQ as well, where ever it it lolOriginally Posted by Keith, post: 2612
Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 2646
Crystal Palace in MK is very good for a buffet. I've only done dinner there, and highly recommend it. I really like the salmon--and the carving station is excellent. There's enough variety to keep everyone happy, and the food is maintained well. Leu absolutely loves a dinner roll they have that has nuts and some fruit in it. She asked for the recipe--wouldn't you know it's one of the things they purchase off site! *sigh*
Liberty Tree Tavern in Liberty Square is good, as well. It's served family style--semi-traditional Thanksgiving type food. Turkey, beef (I think flank steak) and some type of pork, plus mashed potatoes, a couple of types of veggies and a cobbler for dessert. That's the dinner menu. Not as much variety as a buffet, but if everyone likes something on the menu, it works well. This is the dinner menu. Lunch menu has sandwiches and salads.
I'm less enthused about H&V in DHS. We've had mixed experiences there--also very crowded, due to the Fantasmic Dinner Package.
We enjoyed dinner at 1900 Park Faire, as well, although we dined there before the renovations. I understand the menu has changed, but reports have been good. Remember, there will be many princesses at this venue!