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Dining question

I am sure those of you who have been here awhile have answered this many times but...

Please tell me which place you like to eat at the most and why you like the place so much. Oh, and what is your favorite thing to order at the place. Smile Thanks so much everyone!!!
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Aloha Isle in Adventureland - DOLE WHIP! Actually a Dole Whip float to be exact!

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Beignets! Port Orleans French Quarter-They are made fresh to order...you can watch them being made....just the right combination of chewy, crunch and sweetness.

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That's a tough question!

*quick service - chicken sandwich at Golden Oak Outpost in MK

*table service (signature) - Artist Point at WL - everything was good Smile

*table service - Chefs prix fixe lunch with mac & cheese and french onion soup

*snack - funnel cake with soft serve on it - cart in HS (just south of the dinosaur)

These might change in November after we try a bunch of new places.

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Kobe beef burger at Yak and Yeti

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oooh fun question

O'hana - Bread pudding (fav dessert)

Aloha Isle - Dole whip float (fav snack)

La Cava del Tequila - Cucumber Margarita (fav drink)

Werthers Bakery - dark chocolate sea salt caramel (other fav snack hahahha)

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Allie wrote:
Kobe beef burger at Yak and Yeti

Ditto!

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JeffC wrote:
Allie wrote:
Kobe beef burger at Yak and Yeti

Ditto!

Double ditto!

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Magic Mirror wrote:
Beignets! Port Orleans French Quarter-They are made fresh to order...you can watch them being made....just the right combination of chewy, crunch and sweetness.

Ditto for me on these!!

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50s Prime Time- Mom's Old-fashioned Pot Roast with coke freshly mixed with cheery flavoring and Dad's Brownie Sundae for dessert. The milkshakes are very tasty as well.

Earl of Sandwich- Holiday Turkey Sandwich and the Turkey Chili.

California Girll- It was very delicious including the piece of chocolate cake I got for my birthday.

Oasis Canteen or Sleepy Hollow Refreshments- Very delicious funnel cakes. Haven't tried the funnel cakes in WS yet

Rainforest Cafe is delicious as well.

There is just too many choices to choose from.

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Oh my gosh - I don't know if I can edit my list down enough!

California Grill - I'm excited to see what the new menu includes my favorite from before the remodel were the flat breads.
'Ohana - Love the chicken. I'm really picky about chicken and love it there, as well as everything else on the menu.
Whispering Canyon Cafe - Breakfast Platter
Aloha Isle - Pineapple Dole Whip
Columbia Harbour House - Chips, Cole slaw, Apple Crisp
Tangerine Cafe - Baklava
La Cantina San Angel - Carnitas Tacos
Yak and Yeti - Pineapple Wonton Dessert
Writer's Stop - Carrot Cake Cookie

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I love Narcoossee's Lobster.

J has discovered the all you can eat seafood buffet at Cape May.

We also like the Mushroom risotto Filet at Le Cellier.

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Ohana - don't have to order, we get to try everything. It's just a really fun evening and the food is great (I like the potstickers and the beef best, but it's all good). We've only eaten there once, but it's now on our must-do list.

For counter service, I have to pick Earl of Sandwich. Again, we've only eaten there once, but it's now a must-do. I don't even remember the name of the one and only sandwich I've eaten there. Doesn't matter, I'm sure I could pick just about anything and love it. For our November trip I've gotta try that holiday dinner in a sandwich!

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crazycatperson wrote:
For counter service, I have to pick Earl of Sandwich. Again, we've only eaten there once, but it's now a must-do. I don't even remember the name of the one and only sandwich I've eaten there. Doesn't matter, I'm sure I could pick just about anything and love it. For our November trip I've gotta try that holiday dinner in a sandwich!

Good news! If you like the Holiday Turkey Sandwich, they have it as a regular sandwich and no longer just offer it during the holidays.

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Mandy wrote:
crazycatperson wrote:
For counter service, I have to pick Earl of Sandwich. Again, we've only eaten there once, but it's now a must-do. I don't even remember the name of the one and only sandwich I've eaten there. Doesn't matter, I'm sure I could pick just about anything and love it. For our November trip I've gotta try that holiday dinner in a sandwich!

Good news! If you like the Holiday Turkey Sandwich, they have it as a regular sandwich and no longer just offer it during the holidays.

Cool!

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I would say my favorite place to eat would be Kona Cafe.
1). Its in my favorite resort.
2). It has really great food, from steak to sushi.
3). It has a great atmosphere and the servers fantastic.
4). You can watch the Monorail go by.
5). You can people watch and see all the people getting on and off the Monorail.
6). Drinks are great.
7). Prices are not outrageous and it's still 1 credit on the DP.

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I have LOVED reading about all of your favorite foods! Can't wait to add my own favorites in about seven weeks! Thanks guys!!

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Hollywood Brown Derby - cobb salad and grapefruit cake

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I'm going with ANYTHING at Yak and Yeti.

That AWESOME guava mango or whatever juice at the O'hana Breakfast.

Dole Whip Floats!

Pooh's Stuffed French Toast at the Kid's Station of the Crystal Palace Breakfast!

(Wow. I really do like sweet stuff, don't I??)

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Our favorite dessert is at Liberty tree tavern~The Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake is AWESOME yeah It's big enough for my husband and I to share too yay