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The Best Thing I've Ever Eaten at Walt Disney World

What is the best thing that you've ever eaten at Disney?

Pick one dish (just one now, your very favorite), tell us where you got it from and why it was so amazing! mickey

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Cheese blintzes in HS. Way back in the 90's when they had character buffet breakfasts in the Commissary (I think that's where it was). Melt in your mouth yumminess!

If I had to pick something available now, I would pick the caramel/chocolate square in Epcot.

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Too much to choose from, but if I had to pick just one.......... it would be the flame grilled beef @ Boma in AKL. We stayed there in 2010 and eat in Boma a few times for both breakfast and diner, the beef was soooooo good.

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The cheese soup at Le Cellier. It's sinful.

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The best Best BEST thing? I'm going to have to say the flourless habanero chocolate cake we had a few years back at Yachtsman's Steakhouse. I swear I felt my eyes roll back in my head - so.freaking.good.

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Pretty much everything I had at Sanaa
The braised pork flatbread and the balsamic chicken flatbread at California Grill
The caramel praline sauce at Boma

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Tuna poke at the Hawaii F&W Fest booth at Epcot. It beats out the chipotle chicken sausage with sweet corn polenta at the Canada booth by a very fine hair. Needless to say I will be having both of them (and probably more than once each) this October.

And if you asked me to name my top 10, every single dish would be from the F&W Fest. If I didn't enjoy visiting the other parks, I'd just hang out at Epcot all week during the festival.

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The Spicy Kazan Roll at the California Grill....best sushi I've ever had and what a kick!

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Mushroom Filet Mignon from Le Cellier

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hmmmmm this si tough i have had so many different things there over the years, but i guess the most recent thing that is sticking in my head is the braised short ribs at the france pavillion for f&w festival, but they are not going to have it this year

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Definately the filet with gorgonzola at the Italy Food & Wine pairing I attending last year at Tutto Italia.

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Kris1971 wrote:
The Spicy Kazan Roll at the California Grill....best sushi I've ever had and what a kick!

Another vote for the Spicy Kazan Roll

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Oh.. the warm Cinnamon Bun from the Main Street Bakery. The thing was the size of my head and I got a middle piece fresh out of the oven with all that ooey gooey icing drizzled and pooling all over it. Love

Yep. That's probably it for me.

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The kids buffet sweet potatoes at Crystal Palace were amazing!
Other than that, I wasn't actually all that impressed with their food.

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Dole Whip and the Chocolate Danish from Writer's Shop.

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The noodles at Ohana. They were the biggest surprise of that meal. Don't get me wrong... the meats were amazing. But I love surprises, and those noodles were just amazing!

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For me I think it's an heirloom beet and goat cheese salad that I had at Yachtman's Steakhouse. I had always heard TV Chef's talking about the perfect bite and how flavors balanced together, but I had never experienced a perfect bite until that salad. It was Amazing and changed my whole culinary point of view.

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My most memorable dish was at Flying Fish. It was a seasonal dessert; upside-down pear cake with brown sugar ginger ice cream.
I'm probably most looking forward to eating at Sanaa again; I keep thinking about the salads, especially the watermelon radish salad.

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Sammy Bizzle wrote:
Mushroom Filet Mignon from Le Cellier

Ditto

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angels444 wrote:
Sammy Bizzle wrote:
Mushroom Filet Mignon from Le Cellier

Ditto

Me three. It was melt in your mouth delightful!

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Belinda wrote:
angels444 wrote:
Sammy Bizzle wrote:
Mushroom Filet Mignon from Le Cellier

Ditto

Me three. It was melt in your mouth delightful!

I am sorry I choose to edit my Butter-poached Lobster Tail and Grilled Filet Mignon at Narcoossee's

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See! I can't choose just one I'm sorry. I would be like Angels444 and be editing my choice every 5 minutes. I would first choose the Dragon Roll from California Grill,

then I would have to change to the Bison Filet at the California Grill,

Then there was the Scallops at Sanaa,

Or the cheese plate at Jiko!

or this,

or this

or this,

or this,

or a surprise by the Chef like this,

or this , this & this......the list is endless!


I hope I made you all hungry now............................. biggrin awesome clapping

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You are so right...how and what do you choose. What makes up the Dragon Roll? It looks interesting.

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Clip right from the California Grill Menu.

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I'm not really into sushi but I think I would give this a try!

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I love the California Grill Sushi Bar! And they'll make you anything you want, so if you want veggie sushi with Chili-Soy glaze, it's yours Smile

I am indeed hungry now!

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I loved the lettuce cups at yak and yeti

yum

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MrHub. . . I love the way you think!!!

Kim says it was the MahiMahi at Narcoossee's

or maybe the escargot ravioli at Bistro de Paris

I loved the fish at Cali Grill

And the fish at Jiko

And way too many other dishes to count. muchlove

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No cheese, Ollie?

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Oh this is so hard! The first thing that came to mind was the steak-witch at The Plaza, followed by the brownie sundae, but then I remembered the Dunbrody Kiss at Raglan Road, THEN I starting to think about Zebra Domes and the breakfast potatoes at SSR...now I'm starving!

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JoAnn C wrote:
No cheese, Ollie?

Oh, you know me well. . . . biggrin

This one was our favorite - from Narcoossee's!

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JoAnn C wrote:
No cheese, Ollie?

J loves to get the cheese plates where ever he can.

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