ADR's done for June 28-30th :)

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ADR's done for June 28-30th :)

Finally after getting the reservation system to work with my account (had to call tech support) I was able to get ADR reservations for 2 character meals and Le Cellier for lunch. We went during the Food & Wine Festival last year and it was impossible to get into Le Cellier so I am THRILLED to get a table this time. I am going strictly for the maple creme brulee! My favorite food in all of Disney World. Poutine will be had as well since I"m Canadian and we love our poutine!! clapping

My best friend wanted to do The Crystal Palace with Winnie the Pooh for breakfast so we're doing that one (my 3rd time) and then also the Supercalafragilistic (sp?) breakfast with Alice in Wonderland, Mary Poppins and Pals at 1900 Park Faire. I am so excited since Alice in Wonderland is my absolute favorite!!!

I wish I were 12 so I could do the Tea Party Smile They should make one for adults biggrin

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Horray!!! We also opted for Le Cellier for Lunch when we go in September. We've only been there for dinner, so I'll be most anxious to get your report of the menu.

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Have you tried the Le Cellier poutine? I've heard most Canadians say it's not authentic, although it looks pretty good to me.

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Where are you from?

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JustCar wrote:
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Where are you from?

I am from Ontario, Canada originally but I live in San Diego, CA now.

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Have you tried the Le Cellier poutine? I've heard most Canadians say it's not authentic, although it looks pretty good to me.

I have only ever had the Maple Creme Brulee so the Poutine will be a first for me. I am from Canada so I will be able to tell if the poutine is authentic enough Smile

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shonkiesgirl wrote:
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Where are you from?

I am from Ontario, Canada originally but I live in San Diego, CA now.

I am in NB

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JustCar wrote:
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Where are you from?

I am from Ontario, Canada originally but I live in San Diego, CA now.

I am in NB

yay HI there Fellow Canadian Smile

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Cheers to that

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shonkiesgirl wrote:

I wish I were 12 so I could do the Tea Party Smile They should make one for adults biggrin

I know it's not exactly the same as the Princess Tea, but did you know that GF serves a lovely tea in the afternoon? We made reservations and celebrated my mom's birthday there. We were very impressed with the offerings, and for a special occasion, we felt it was quite reasonable. Go ahead - dress up like Alice and go! Smile

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Lizzy_B wrote:
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I wish I were 12 so I could do the Tea Party Smile They should make one for adults biggrin

I know it's not exactly the same as the Princess Tea, but did you know that GF serves a lovely tea in the afternoon? We made reservations and celebrated my mom's birthday there. We were very impressed with the offerings, and for a special occasion, we felt it was quite reasonable. Go ahead - dress up like Alice and go! Smile

That DOES sound tempting. Maybe on my next trip if I can convince hubby to go with me!

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Hi,

First I'd like to welcome all who have joined WDWFG since my last visit. Shonkiesgirl, those ADRs sound great; as you can tell by my screen name, LeCellier is my favorite WDW restaurant. I am not Canadian (I am from New Jersey) but my dad was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and raised in Regina as one of six children, so I have many aunts, uncles and cousins all over Canada. In fact, about nine months before he died, my dad established for me dual American-Canadian citizenship, which expired on my 24th birthday, August 10, 1987.

Hope you enjoy the friendliest WDW fan community on the 'net.

Jim

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LeCellierBuff1963 wrote:
Hi,

First I'd like to welcome all who have joined WDWFG since my last visit. Shonkiesgirl, those ADRs sound great; as you can tell by my screen name, LeCellier is my favorite WDW restaurant. I am not Canadian (I am from New Jersey) but my dad was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and raised in Regina as one of six children, so I have many aunts, uncles and cousins all over Canada. In fact, about nine months before he died, my dad established for me dual American-Canadian citizenship, which expired on my 24th birthday, August 10, 1987.

Hope you enjoy the friendliest WDW fan community on the 'net.

Jim

Thanks Jim Smile It's nice to meet someone else with a Canadian connection. I will most likely be going for my Dual Citizenship in the next few years (maybe sooner depending on finances since it can get very costly). I love both countries so much!!! I can't wait to go eat my favorite Canadian foods at Le Cellier Smile

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Are you going to have the mushroom risotto? I could have that as my entree.

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Brad wrote:
Are you going to have the mushroom risotto? I could have that as my entree.

Since Mushrooms are not my favorite thing, probably not. I only want the poutine and creme brulee cool

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Since Mushrooms are not my favorite thing, probably not. I only want the poutine and creme brulee cool

I know 4 or 5 people (including myself) who don't care for mushrooms but love that risotto. Of course there's plenty of good stuff to eat without it too, but if you're feeling adventurous you might give it a shot even if you don't like mushrooms.