What are your top three restaurants at Disney?

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  1. luvthemansion

    luvthemansion New Member

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    This is my careful way of filling up our itinerary hehe

    What are your top three restaurants at Disney and why?
     
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    Le Cellier because its cheap on the dining plan and wonderful food
    Boma for the variety
    California Grill for watching the fireworks and the atmosphere
     
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    Jiko
    Citrico
    V&A
     
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    Hmmmm, top three?

    Cape May New England Clambake for it's consistently good food. :yes:

    Le Bistro de Paris for the degustation menu. Delicious.

    3? On what given day? :D :D Jiko today. :yes:
     
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    V & A (if cost is not a problem)

    JIKO

    Citrico

    Yachtsman
     
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    'Ohana because the food is always good, the entertainment is fun and I am always dining with great friends!

    Le Cellier- I could go for cheese soup and pretzel bread alone

    Boma for dinner- lots of variety and fun things to try.
     
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    Only 3? :lol:

    Well I've not done any of the finer dining places so my alternate 3 would be

    Marrakesh - for something a little bit different
    50s Prime Time - for a laugh and the best fried chicken in Disney
    1900 Park Fare dinner buffet - best buffet we've had at Disney
     
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    Cape May - I love it!!!!!!!

    Artist Point

    Le cellier - The bread alone is worth it.

    I do have a soft spot for breakfast with Pooh at the Crystal Palace though.

    There are so many places we still need to try and as the boys grow up I'm sure our list wil change.
     
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    In no particular order:

    Kona Cafe (Polynesian)
    50's Prime Time (DHS)
    Yak & Yetti (AK)
     
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    Le Cellier
    Boma
    Yak & Yeti
     
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    We havent tried most, but from what we've tried

    1900 Park Fare for dinner... the buffet is really good, Toño loved the "make your own sundae" and the character interaction was great!

    Bistro de Paris... the food was EXQUISITE! especially the dessert sampler... yum!!!!

    the third one.... I dont know... I cant pick just one :S
     
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    Le Cellier
    Ohana (dinner)
    Boma (breakfast or dinner)
     
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    Gosh this is a hard one.
    California Grill - our best meal ever there
    Yachtsman Steakhouse - consistently good
    Cape May - I like drawing on the tablecloth
     
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    DS- Crystal Palace

    Me-Fulton's inDTD
     
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    V&A - but I know that's an exceptional one so my "normal" three would be

    1. California grill - excellent food, and a really special atmosphere
    2. Hoop dee doo/luau - although these are dinner shows and the food isnt AMAZING, when you mix the unlimited drinks (hic!) and the entertainment, theyre both special and fun evenings
    3. Yachtsmans steakhouse
     
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    1. scifi diner
    2. liberty tree tavern
    3. rainforest cafe

    maybe were just cheap but they were really nice and special in their own ways
     
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    i don't like to do posh at disney, much prefer to just rock up in my shorts so.........

    Boma- because i haven't tasted anything there i didn't love

    prime time- because of the interaction that only disney can provide

    crystal palace- the best character meal imo and the food is good too.
     

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