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Where's the best place to get dessert?

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World' started by luvthemansion, Oct 9, 2010.

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    ok :) whole of disneyworld to choose from, where would you go for the ultimate dessert and what would it be :D
     
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    Not exactly WDW but for me the chocolate souffle at Palo`s on DCL sure takes some beating. :yes:
     
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    Interested to hear what members have to say on this one.
    Usually we don't have room for dessert after a meal - but an odd time, you only want a dessert don't ya!!! :lol:
     
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    The Kona Chocolate Souffle at V&A is the best, but since you can't go there just for dessert I'd have to say Beaches and Cream.
     
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    John, we've never been to B&C. It's a place I always think I'll go to but never seem to remember when we're actually at WDW. I don't really know how much of a walk it is from the Boardwalk or it's exact location.
    Is it worth the effort to find it just for dessert?
     
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    We've never been there either, but ive heard so many good things about it and every time we go i think we will go there this time!
     
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    Diane it is directly across the water from the Boardwalk in the Beach Club. It should take no more than 5-10 minutes to walk or you could take the boat launch. I, for one, love their hamburgers also, so no it isn't just a dessert place. I normally get a coffee milkshake there.
     
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    Thanks John - hopefully give it a try on our next trip.
     
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    They do a Wishes Dessert Party sometimes. I think that would be neat to experience. They have it at the Terrace Noodle Station on the way to Tomorrowland from Main Street and there is a perfect view of the fireworks.
     

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