what do you do for breakfast at disney?

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  1. mgmrach

    mgmrach New Member

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    Do the resort food courts do a nice breakfast or do most people go off site to ponderosa or somewhere like that?
     
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    We do some of each. All Stars food court did a decent breakfast for us, sometimes we ate breakfast when we got to the park, and sometimes we ate offsite - usually Perkins, never Ponderosa.
     
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    We're not much on eating breakfast, but the food courts do a pretty good job of it at the values.
     
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    we never get a proper breakfast in a food court/restaurant. The kids have cereal and fruit and we have coffee! we will then have an early lunch say 11.30/12. On the occasion that we have had breakfast i will get the lates available table for the breakfast service and we don't then have to have lunch either. I think they serve until about 10.30am
     
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    We always stay on site and either eat at the food courts or in one of the parks, sometimes throwing in a character breakfast.
     
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    We usually do a grocery stop and I eat a bit in the room. I've learned my body functions better with a little food at the beginning of the day--despite my dislike for breakfast! :lol: Leu usually doesn't eat breakfast.

    During free dining in 2006, she did, however, have breakfast a couple of times in the PC food court. She tried a scrambled egg plate and an omlette (spelling?) and pronounced both good, but not quite as good as she would make. Not bad for a food court!

    I tried the Pop Century waffle plate. Keep in mind that I'm not a fan of breakfast food. It was okay. My main complaint is the maple flavoured syrup. I like pure maple syrup on my waffle or French toast. The artificial stuff is too sweet. If I think I'll use the food court for breakfast in the future, I'll bring a small bottle of my own syrup! :lol:
     
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    I got addicted to those egg and bacon crossaints that you can get everywhere....
     
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    Usually we are trying to get my DD (teen) and nephews (aged 4 and 8 at the time) up and moving. Usually don't have a proper breakfast (unless a character breakfast). Usually we stop at one of the counter services in the park for a coffee, tea and some sort of muffin. That usually holds us until we have a nice lunch.
     
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    We don't typically eat breakfast. If we're staying on-site, we either eat in the food court or have a table service breakfast (Whispering Canyon has a great one!)
     
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    We usually sleep through it.
     
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    Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day on holiday, we either do character breakfasts or places like Boma and Kona Cafe - occasionally we will get pastries or a platter from the food court or go offsite to somewhere like Cracker Barrell. We always eat breakfast early and get to the parks before opening. :)
     
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    We do a bit of eating in the food courts or bringing/buying cereal bars and eating in the room. My DH likes to eat so usually it's pancakes and eggs and potatoes in the FC!

    We can easily split one of those meals they offer. Although this year I had to share with Brady (DS) and DH got some begnets as we were at POFQ! Yummy!
     

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