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ooooh I sure do love that grapefruit cake!!

Here is the Surf and Turf from the Rose and Crown at Epcot..mmmmman I sure could go for this today!

Surf and Turf

Most underrated meal on Disney property is yah ask me! It's my favorite. I always say I'm going to try something different and I never ever do.

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Poly Luau Salad and coconut bread....amazing

Poly Luau Dinner- not bad

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Great luau pics!

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Here's a couple:

First one is from Rose & Crown. So happy they got Yorkshire pudding!

Second one is from Big Thunder Mountain BBQ in Disneyland

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These are from our 2008 trip - dinner at Le Cellier:

I had the Mushroom Filet (despite not liking mushrooms - I ate around them Tongue)

I forget what this was that Joe ordered:

And I had the "moose" that Donald posted originally, but Joe had this for dessert:

I believe it was the Campfire S'mores.

And we had those amazing pretzel rolls to boot! That was a great meal...and our ADR was right at 4:00 when they opened, so we got to witness the staff singing the Canadian national anthem awesome

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I did not know that the staff sang the Canadian National Anthem, at the start of dinner, another fact to put in my memory bank. wink

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Tonga Toast, Kona Cafe

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Awesome picture! I really enjoy the Tonga Toast, but always get my wife to get it so I can just have some of hers! laugh

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Yummy San Angel dinner!

My dinner

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Tortilla Soup

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Le Cellier Dessert

Lou's Coffee Rubbed Steak

My Mushroom-less Mushroom Filet

Lou's Sausage App.

My Cheddar Soup

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This thread is making me wish I took more food pictures..yummy yummy..that guacamole looks amazing and so does the TONGA TOAST. Yum..I love love that stuff.

What exactly is Yorkshire Pudding??

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This should explain... http://thefoody.com/baking/yorkshirepudding.html

You can't have a roast dinner without it!

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ChipnDaleFan -- awesome pics!!! Thank you so much for sharing those!

mpd558 -- that's the biggest tonga toast I've ever seen! Thanks for the pic and welcome to the boards!

Bella -- Here's another Yorkshire Pudding thread! http://www.wdwforgrownups.com/forum/rose-crown

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I also have the these:

Black Forest Ham Sandwich from Starring Rolls Cafe:

Cheese Flatbread form the Contempo Cafe:

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bali wrote:
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Oh my, where is Starring Rolls??! That brownie looks incredible! I can feel my stomach starting to eat itself just looking at it.

Peg - Right beside the Hollywood Brown Derby in DHS.

Mr. Hub - is that the fabled Tonga Toast? It's HUGE! Stuffed with something, I'm assuming?

Wait a minute. Lizzy_B hasn't had Tonga Toast EITHER?!? Zebra domes, tonga toast...there was something else you hadn't had, wasn't there? Shocking. (I haven't had tonga toast, myself, but we're not talking about me...)

I know right?? It's so sad, what I've missed by being LOCAL and an AP-er! You know, I'm really starting to feel the wisdom of my decision to ditch the passes for a year or two, just to force myself into trying some other things! DH and I are scheduling a date night this month and heading back to Jiko for some more of that AMAZING flank steak flatbread. I'm thinking we'll try and sit at the kitchen bar. (But I have had my zebra domes now - woot!)

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Raglan Road Burger... omg SOO good!

Ragland Road

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Flame Tree BBQ....
and I usually dont care for Dry Rub ribs but these are good! plus they have the sauces (reg or hot) that you can put on

Flame Tree BBQ

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Boulangerie Patisserie...Chocolate Mousse

Boulangerie Patisserie

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ChipnDale -- I LOVE me that pollo a las rajas at San Angel! So good!

Donald Dork -- I don't remember two sauces at Flame Tree!! Can't wait to try them both out!

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OOoo, I never tried the FTBBQ Ribs, but those look awesome! Add that to the list for September!

Thanks DD!

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JeffC wrote:
OOoo, I never tried the FTBBQ Ribs, but those look awesome! Add that to the list for September!

Thanks DD!

They're SO good, Jeff! You're going to love them.

Great pic, DD!

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I love looking at threads like this cause I can see what I have to look forward to, haha! It all looks awesome. I have a few pics from Disneyland but that is it..

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WyckedPhoenix wrote:
I love looking at threads like this cause I can see what I have to look forward to, haha! It all looks awesome. I have a few pics from Disneyland but that is it..

We like pics of food, regardless of where they're from! We've heard such good things about DL we're trying to decide if it's for us. The food is one of the big advantages I've heard.

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Flame Tree BBQ....
and I usually dont care for Dry Rub ribs but these are good! plus they have the sauces (reg or hot) that you can put on

Flame Tree BBQ

This looks awesome! *drools* Andy (my husband) and I are planning on going there and now I am really looking forward to it, haha!

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Rosemary Turkey Breast Salad from the River Belle Terrace in Disneyland.

Tennessee BBQ Pork Sandwich with beans and pasta salad from the River Belle Terrace in Disneyland.

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Awesome! I love the Disneyland pics!!!

What's your favorite counter-service spot in Disneyland Jennifer Lynn?

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dsoupWe like pics of food, regardless of where they're from! We've heard such good things about DL we're trying to decide if it's for us. The food is one of the big advantages I've heard.[/quote wrote:

wow.. as much as I LOVE love love Disneyland, the food is one of the things they need help with! It does not even come close to comparing to WDW's food choices. There's no where near enough sit-down restaurants, and the fast food is um.. well.. uhh.. there's a McDonald's across the street you could go to...

That's not to say Disneyland isnt magical in its own right.. because it is. I just usually eat in Downtown Disney or at the Hotel.

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Awesome pics, Jennifer!

DD - have you eaten at Napa Rose? It seems intriguing. I love that terrace outside!

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admin wrote:
Awesome! I love the Disneyland pics!!!

What's your favorite counter-service spot in Disneyland Jennifer Lynn?

I don't think I have a favorite actually, haha. We are trying to eat at new places for us (River Belle Terrace was one of those) cause we always went to the same places before. DH likes the burgers from Tomorrowland Terrace, I like the options from Pizza Port cause they have more than just that.

There are some good places over at DCA too.

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WyckedPhoenix wrote:
I love looking at threads like this cause I can see what I have to look forward to, haha! It all looks awesome. I have a few pics from Disneyland but that is it..

Have you checked out the Disney Food Blog?

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wow.. as much as I LOVE love love Disneyland, the food is one of the things they need help with! It does not even come close to comparing to WDW's food choices. There's no where near enough sit-down restaurants, and the fast food is um.. well.. uhh.. there's a McDonald's across the street you could go to...

That's not to say Disneyland isnt magical in its own right.. because it is. I just usually eat in Downtown Disney or at the Hotel.

One of the things we really enjoyed at DL was the food. They definitely don't have as many options and the table service was hit or miss (we were pretty unimpressed with Blue Bayou for example), but the counter service is SO much better than at WDW. Just about any place you go has pretty good food at the counter-service places in DL. In WDW you have to pick your counter service much more carefully. Maybe we just got lucky or it was the newness but we were really impressed with the DL food.

Here are some food pics from 50's Prime Time:

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