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Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by Disfan, Aug 18, 2010.

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    No, it's inside the main pyramid, in the place to the right (as the entry is at your back) that used to be a jewelry store.

    The menu is tequila, tequila and more tequila. The margaritas are SUBSTANTIAL and vary with any number of different ingredients. We tried a blood orange margarita and it was divine.

    There is a limited menu of some light fare too, we tried something with cheese and guava and agave.

    It's the perfect place for a relaxing stop on the tour of the world showcase. :D (Of course if you start with Mexico... lol. We start with France or Canada depending upon how we enter).

    WELL worth the visit. The new place wasn't quite up and ready yet when we were there last Friday. It's getting closer, but not done yet.
     
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    Thanks Tink! I remember seeing that. It sounds wonderful but I tend to stay away from tequila. We haven't gotten along in the past. :buddies: I can handle a margarita as long as it's a fruity one where I can't taste the
    tequila. The wife loves magaritas so we'll definitely have to give this a try.
     
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    You'll not taste the tequila in many of the versions. :yes: I don't know much about tequila, but do know that some I've tasted is not so great. So! Like yourself, I prefer not to be able to taste it.
     
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    I cant stand tequila... but MARGARITAS! thats a whole different story! hahahaha
     
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    after a few it wont matter:wiggle::wiggle::wiggle:
     
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    Hey, the banana is still fruit. So it has to count.
     
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    A chocolate covered banana everyday then - got to be healthy on holiday eh?! Well that said, ive just made a note in my pad and according to what ive written down im going to be completely and utterly stuffed after my day at MK!! :lol:

    Oh, what exactly are dipping dots? :unsure:
     
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    Little tiny dots of frozen ice cream...
     
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    Oh i see, thank you!
     
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    What is funnel cake?
     
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    It is like a batter/donut mix and it is basically squeezed out of a bag into hot fat in squiggles all over the top so it resembles a round squiggly plate (Am I explaining this right?) It is then deep fried until crispy, so it is really a hot crispy crunchy donut thing, topped with chocolate or syrup or sugar or ice cream and strawberries. Very delicious if you don't think too hard of how it was made.

    I've just put you right off haven't I? And anyway, calories at the magic place never count, you should know that!
     
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    do you only get it on cruises:thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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    Funnel cakes are probably one of the worst things you could ever eat, white flour, sugar and fried! But yummy all the same

    Another choc banana fan here!
     
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    My parents absolutely love funnel cakes. I can definitely pass on them.

    Dippin Dots are just fun to eat. They are just little frozen dots of ice cream. The concept is interesting.
     
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    Have you been to Orlando at Christmas or New Year?
    We are going this year, any tips to give or different thinge ti see. We are going to Gaylord Ice.
     
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    WDW is full of different things to do at the Christmas season (different that what is usually there). Some are special ticketed events and some are included with the regular cost of admission and some are free! :yes:
     
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    They sell them on a stall in the USA pavilion at epcot, very sickly

    I love Mickey waffles with strawberries and syrup served at all stars resorts for breakfast.

    Also the marshmallow crispy squares:yes:
     
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    See I think those marshmallow crispies are sickly, weird how different people like different things. I guess you have to try it and see is the answer.
     
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    nobody mentioned the forzen Mickey ears??? I like the fruit stand in AK - Africa.
     

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