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    ukwdwnut New Member

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    hey all

    our trip is in October, we've never been on-site, let alone done any ADR's

    so do you think its too late to book, i know i should have booked in April I think it was but waiting on peeps to decide what ones is a nightmare so if its OK I'm going to just book some
     
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    I think you shouldn't have too much trouble getting something Mick. October isn't heaving like the summer so chances of getting a good choice of places are good. Will you be looking for character meals? They will probably be harder to get for certain times of the day but it's got to be worth trying! How many of the family are going on this trip?
     
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    oh my gosh! :eek: book! book now!!!!

    we'll all have to get together and plan your dining for you LOL

    definitely book now though! We phoned the first day we could and had problems getting some times/dates for early december!
     
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    That's true enough... september will be busy with the free dining, hopefully a bit less in October.
     
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    there are the 4 of us, my nephew again, he said if you didnt ask he was coming anyway, he loved it and hes 18 now lol....and my niece who has never been before so i asked my brother if she could come as they have no intention of going, well he dont the rest do tho

    omg omg quick ge the phone book out geez

    i only want 2 keith one for each week lol, still not sure where tho.....ive been so lazy in looking at the menus or lack of looking lol....just want ordinary food not any fancy stuff that wouldnt fill a fly....so any help will do plzzzzzzzz :D
     
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    Mick I am not sure if you are restricting your diet, but the mushroom Steak in Le Cellier was Top Stuff.

    I would skip the Sci Fi Diner but that may be just me.
     
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    hi andy

    nope no restrctions whatsoever........ok wil take a look at Le Cellier's menu
     
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    We like Nine Dragons, Le Cellier, I love the food in Japan...however the last time we went they were still revamping the place lol so I can't speak for the new menu.Hmmmm Liberty tree tavern....Harbour house......LOL We have actually only eaten at a select few of what is offerred...we are going to be a bit more adventerous this time lol.


    Chef Mickeys was good for breakfast....
     
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    I am sure you'll have no problem getting some decent meals booked in you just might have to be a bit more flexible with your times.

    Have you decided on anything specific yet?

    :)

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    *cough*50sPrimeTime*cough*
     
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    arghrghrghrghrhgrhg noooooo SCARY place :thanks2:
     
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    LMAOOOOOOOOO *mental note...avoid 50's prime time* got it!
     
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    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 lol
     
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    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! ;)
     
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    Normal food = fried chicken and mashed potatoes and green beans = 50s Prime Time. ;)
     
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    How many meals are you looking to do nutty?

    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 ;)
     
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    Spill the beans on what 'normal' food is and we'll all tell you what to do!

    :)

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    You're wicked, Dawn! ;)
     
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    oh stuff like steak, burgers, fries, dogs etc

    i get the feeling there is something about 50's PT you dont like dawn from the other thread!!

    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 lol
     
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    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!
     

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