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Disney's Flagship restaurant holds special New Year's Eve Event

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World News & Rumors' started by eeyoreguy, Oct 21, 2009.

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    spooky lol!

    we like nice food, not too picky, as it's a special occasion i think we may look at the chefs table. It's not that more and as i can't drink wine (seem to have developed an intolerance for it :( ) it won't be too much. My kids would be quiet but i'm not wasting it on them :yes:
     
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    Well under 10s arent even allowed in the place which helps keep it nice and adult oriented :yes:

    The chef's table is something else altogether and by all accounts it's just amazing. I've had a look but haven't tried it. I think slowhand has though :yes:
     
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    Donna and I have also done the Chef's Table. I'm sure the NYE menu, especially at that price, will be like nothing you have had before.
     
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    Yes we`ve done the Chef`s Table a couple of times.
    On the first occasion there were just the two of us when we celebrated our silver wedding anniversary. I was wondering why the folks in the kitchen were giving us strange looks until I saw the menu they gave us after our meal which congratulated us on our GOLDEN wedding anniversary! :LOL:
    Everyone was wondering how we looked so young! :lol:

    We went the next time with some friends.

    To be honest it`s better if there are more than the two of you at the Chef`s Table if only to share the experience with others.

    We have also done the regular dining there on 3 other occasions and as others have said V & A is truly a great [albeit expensive] experience. :thumbsup:
     

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