whats the best breakfast?

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  1. jojo

    jojo New Member

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    Again has to be onsite at disney, we want a really lively nice breakfast somewhere :)

    so far I have chef mickey to look at but are there other options?
     
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    Yep Chef Mickeys and Crystal Palace are both lively character breakfasts, I also like 1900 Park Fair (Grand Floridian) and Tusker House (Animal Kingdom) both character meals. My favourite onsite breakfast is Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge but that's not a character meal.
     
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    1900 Park Fare at the GF may be worth a try, although it can be a tad pricy to justify dining with the characters.
    I hear that Whispering Canyon at WL can be VERY lively too!
     
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    The ham and scrambles eggs at Boma are to die for - followed by stawberries :lol:
     
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    There is also a character breakfast at the Beach Club. Can't remember the name off the top of my head though. I'm sure someone knows the name.
     
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    Cape May Cafe :yes: - that was good too but then I like my character breakfasts! :lol:
     
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    Wow, talk about a loaded question. To be truthful you have to ask yourself what am I looking for?

    For me, if I want a buffet Boma wins hands down with Cape May and 1900 Park Fare tied for 2nd. If you just want scrambled eggs and bacon or sausage you can get them almost anywhere. The breakfast at Olivia's Cafe adds some variety that you won't find most other places.
     
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    Thanks lisa! I knew someone would be able to assist.
     
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    We've been to Chef Mickeys and 1900 Park Fare for breakfast and the liveliest was Chef Mickeys.

    We had a great time at both though :yes:
     
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    last year had a good breakfast at KOUZZINA at BOARDWALK
     
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    Through the years we've found Cape May's Character Breakfast Buffet with Goofy and Friends to be the best in terms of character interaction, service and food selection. Minnie holds court in a little place (that used to be the Rip Tide Lounge) to the right of the restaurant proper.

    Chef Mickey's is more liveliness than I can handle in the morning! :surrender:

    Didn't care for Boma at all which is quite surprising as we really liked dinner there. Was quite disappointed actually.

    We used to love Spoodle's for breakfast, but alas no more. Kouzzina had great food and TERRIBLE front of the house service. I'm amazed that anyone was seated. The servers were all grumpy as a result of the front of the house messing up everyone's seating so that didn't add to the experience in a positive way...
     
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    Sometimes i go off site to PERKINS always enjoyed my breakfast also went to IHOP wasnt so good
     
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    I think that we have done them all except Cape May and Tusker House. Our favourite has to be 1900. It is the only one we return to now.

    Margaret
     
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    I have to insist each trip that i have a Boma (AKL) breakfast. So much variety and the service is good. Staying at AKL this time so it will be easier to get there.
     
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    I'm not a big breakfast eater, so I tend to have breakfast food for dinner. Backwards, I know. :lol:

    That being said, I love Chef Mickey's, especially as an early lunch/late breakfast. I try to book one of the latest time slots.

    I really want to try the one at GF, 1900 Park Fare.
     
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    Off site we like Bob Evans. The biscuits and gravy there are toooooo wicked good!
     
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    Bob Evans is our favourite off site breakfast :yes:
     
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    You can say that again. I like mine with two over easy eggs on top.
     
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    +1 on Bob Evans! :yes:

    Tom :)macwave:... down on the farm!)
     
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    Here`s another vote for Bob Evans. :thumbsup:
     

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