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Question Garden grill, chef mickeys or 1900 park fare?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by AKLnut, Jan 12, 2014.

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    OK for adults, no kids, which do you think would be the best to choose from Garden grill, chef mickeys or 1900 park fare?

    we've tried chef mickeys so know that's ok but never seen the other two
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    We've never done Garden Grill, don't like Chef Mickey's for dinner. 1900 Park Fare was quite nice.
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    I would have to say 1900 Park Fare for dinner, it's one of the best buffets at WDW as far as I'm concerned.

    It's not as manic as Chef Mickey's, it's busy and fairly loud but it's only me and DH and we didn't feel out of place. The characters come round to the tables and the Ugly Sisters are a scream.

    We have been to breakfast but it's just not as good as dinner.
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    I've still not tried 1900 park fare but everyone seems to really like it!

    Chef mickeys is interesting :lol: it's wild, wacky, fun and fast but in no way a leisurely meal :lol: We've been a few times and the food is actually ok but I'd say it's definitely more kid than adult friendly
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    You should try 1900 Park Fare for dinner Keith, there is a huge selection of food and I think you would like it.

    You'll have fun with the Ugly Sisters and you won't be singled out they just come round to the tables. I told them they could take Chris off my hands and it was hilarious what they were saying, Chris and me couldn't stop laughing. I had the mickey taken out me for not wanting him anymore but I didn't feel embarrassed at all.
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    That sounds like I really should. I do love visiting the Grand Floridian
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    You would enjoy it, you know what Chris is like when it comes to character meals, he does genuinely enjoy it.
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    I'll cast my vote for 1900 Park Fare as well!
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    1900 Park Fare for dinner. We saw lots of adult only tables among the little princesses. The food selection is more "adult" too if that makes sense.
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    1900 Park Fare for dinner is quite nice. We visited Garden Grill for Thanksgiving dinner this past year and it was VERY GOOD. I was quite surprised. I'd pick that over all the others at this point.
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    We ate several times at 1900 Park Fare before it became a character meal and it was one of our favorite places then. We have also been to Garden Grill but never for dinner. We love Garden Grill. Like Johnie we were there around Thanksgiving and had a hearty Turkey dinner served family style. It is kind of nice just be be on the rotating setting. You get to see some of the stuff from the river ride as you eat your meals. There was good character interaction as well.

    Wendy, sounds like a hoot with the sisters!
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    It is Dan, you really should go there on your next trip :yes:
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    You know Wendy, we ar due for a visit. Perhaps next year.

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