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What's the best thing you've ever tasted at Walt Disney World?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by goofygal, Feb 16, 2011.

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    ok it can be absolutely anything, dessert, main, counter, full, anything anywhere but
    What's the best thing you've ever tasted at Walt Disney World?
     
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    Does Downtown Disney count? If so, the Crab and Lobster Feast for two at Fulton's Crab House was unbelievably good!
     
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    Some doughnut thing from the boardwalk but I dont know what it was called :/
     
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    funnel cake yum yum yum yum :)
     
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    I definately agree with that:wiggle::wiggle:
     
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    The Kona Chocolate Souffle and the Grand Marnier Souffle at Victoria & Albert's.
     
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    coconut pie at Crystal Palace
     
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    Definitely the Kona Chocolate Souffle at V&A!! Yum!
     
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    Love the potato casserole at Chef Mickey's.
     
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    Funnel cake - blech :lol: not for me sorry

    Its a tossup between

    1. Our first chicken strips at the WL the evening we arrive watching the ducks swim on the pool

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    2. My first Mickey waffles with syrup the first morning of our holiday

    with me food is all about setting and what I am doing at the time :)
     
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    funnel cake :yes: and dole whips
     
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    There was some mashed sweet potato that they used to have on the dinner buffet at 1900 Park Fare. I'd pay the dinner price just to eat that. :D
     
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    Chef Hunnel prepared a wonderful white truffle risotto the night we ate at the Chef's Table. Now, I'd never had risotto that I really liked before. But that was up there with the best stuff I've ever eaten - EVER!
     

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