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Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by robertcraig, Jun 20, 2013.

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    Where is the best place for breakfasts at WDW I HAVE BEEN TO kona cafe and loved it:tiggertail::tiggertail::tiggertail:
     
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    I can't help you Robert :sorry: the only place we have eaten breakfast is at Kona Cafe.
     
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    We've not been back to Kona since the server there spoiled Herself's surprise birthday breakfast. Not happy!

    We recently (this year) went to breakfast at one of our favorite places, Cape May Cafe. It was a family group of us, and we had a wonderful time. The food selection was terrific, and the character interaction was great! Recommend the place very highly.

    The breakfast food at Kouzzina was wonderful. The managing of the front of the house was TERRIBLE! Can't recommend it because you may never get in, even with an ADR!

    Olivia's at OKW does an amazing breakfast. They haven't had Tigger in years, but the food is still really good!

    Off site our favorite breakfast place is Bob Evans. There are also places like Perkins (many people really enjoy it there) Cracker Barrel, Keke's... all sorts of places.

    There are off site breakfast buffets too, but those places really scare me (seriously) and I can't bring myself to eat in them.
     
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    I do like PERKINS and had a nice breakfast at Kouzziina:surrender:
     
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    We have never eaten breakfast on property. In the past we ate at Perkins, Golden Corral, Wendy's, Dennies etc etc.

    Next year will be our first trip without a car and our first trip not eating breakfast off property.
     
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    We rarely eat breakfast off site, but when we do Perkins is one of our favorite. On site, we love Grand Floridian Cafe, where I almost always get the Lobster Benedict. And as Tink mentioned Olivia's at Old Key West puts out a great breakfast.
     
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    Crystal Palace breakfast was amazing, when we went. :)
     
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    The ham and eggs at Boma are delicious for breakfast :yes:
     
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    Breakfast is my favourite holiday meal! I have always loved Boma breakfast, and I too love Kona Cafe. The Grand Floridian Cafe is nice too and a lovely setting for breakfast, Crystal Palace is our first morning tradition :yes:
     
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    We also had breakfast at crystal palace and thought it was great. Did feel a little nauseous though when I saw the"breakfast lasagne".... Thank god I'm not diabetic!

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    Here's another vote for Cape May, it's a great place to eat. Not so hectic as other character breakfast venues but then again I love Crystal Palace, especially if you can get one of the first bookings 'cos then you can have a great breakfast and still get into the park before it officially opens
     
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    Pepper Market at Coronado Spring Resort does good breakfast.

    Tusker House at Animal Kingdom isn't that bad either.
     
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    My Favourites are:

    Cape May - best character breakfast and food. Very relaxed and civilised :)

    Grand Floridian Cafe.

    Olivia's at OKW.

    Chef Mickey's - there is a condition to this. We always book this for our first morning when we are jetlagged and up early, and so get the very first booking, 7am I think. It takes a while for it to get too busy, and the food is fresh and tasty at that time. It's a great start to our holiday.

    The other place we tried last time and went a second time as it was surprisingly good. The buffet was excellent :yes:

    I love my breakfasts when we're in Florida!!! Can you tell?
     
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    We always have breakfasts at opening time, I think that is why we have never had a problem with food quality or character interaction at the character buffets. :yes:
     
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    I'm not a huge breakfast fan but I do like a Cracker Barrel one later in the day. Never been to one in Orlando though so don't know what they're like locally
     
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    Thanks everbody for the info as i am on my own character breakfasts are not for me i have been down loading the menues so iwill choose some of them
     
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    Ooops! Just realise that some of my text went missing when I posted. Was important text too as it was the name of the restaurant :lol:

    The other place we tried last time was The Captain's Grille at the Yacht Club. We went for a second time too as it was surprisingly good. The buffet was excellent, as was the a la carte. It may be a great place for you to go Robert. Not a character breakfast, some nice relaxed tables and this had some slightly different food to the normal fayre. And of course you can stroll into EPCOT afterward.
    :yes:
     
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    Usually just eat at the food courts at the resort we are staying like Sassogula in PORFQ, the place in CBR, Kona, or at one of the boardwalk walk ups. We did do character breakfasts at Chef Mickey's, Ohana, and Cape May....all were outstanding.
     
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    just down loaded the menue looks good
     
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    On site- Cape May has a great and very laid back character meal.

    Kona is very good. The macadamia nit pancakes are fantastic!!

    Off site- Cracker Barrel or Ihop.
     

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