Could This Be The Ultimate Burger At WDW.

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Could This Be The Ultimate Burger At WDW.

Ok folks..Stay with me on this one..Three years ago we were on holidays on Cyprus..We went to this restaurant which served Wagu beef....It was awesome...Then a few days later we had Kobe burgers from the same restaurant on a carry out..Whoa! Now I see that Yak & Yeti have a Kobe burger...$18.99.... Has anyone tried it..???.. eek ..Where is your number one burger at WDW...

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I can not say enough good things about the Kobe beef burger! It is hands down my favorite thing that we ate on our last trip and that includes F&WF items! It was so amazing and I'm not normally a big burger fan. My DH, on the other hand, IS a huge burger fan and he loved it as well. It's the one restaurant we ate at last trip that we're repeating on this trip, just so we can get that burger again. Delicious!

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There are a lot of good burgers out there. I haven't had the kobe beef burger myself but boy, I really want that burger so badly. 10 oz high quality beef, the slaw and some fries. Sounds delicious. Anyway, I also heard Raglan Road has a really good burger with irish bacon, tomato chutney and cheddar cheese.

Raglan Road's Burger:

And there are some interesting ones out there:

Grand Floridian's Burger with Lobster at the GF Cafe

Kona Cafe's Surf and Turf Deluxe

Liberty Tree Tavern's Angus Chuck Cheeseburger

If I made anyone very hungry, I sincerely apologize! laugh

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I'm with Allie - the Kobe Beef Burger is amazing! My favorite in all of WDW and a must-have on every trip. Now don't get me started on their Mango Pie....

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JeffC wrote:
I'm with Allie - the Kobe Beef Burger is amazing! My favorite in all of WDW and a must-have on every trip. Now don't get me started on their Mango Pie....

Where you have been Jeff? We've all missed you!! Welcome back!! yay yay clapping clapping stars

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That's it..I'am sold...The Kobe is on my must try list...Now I need to pack an extra set of elastic pants...LOL..

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Yummy.

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I've heard nothing but great things about the Kobe burger at Yak & Yeti. Making me consider dining there this trip (which is mainly QS) just to try it (and the fried green beans).

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It was also our favorite meal there!

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I've heard nothing but great things about the Kobe burger at Yak & Yeti. Making me consider dining there this trip (which is mainly QS) just to try it (and the fried green beans).

I believe it's the Yak & Yeti TS..not the CS..That have the Kobe... confused

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I got an ADR at Yak and Yeti the night before Princess just to eat the Kobe burger. SO good!

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Kobe Burger is the bomb!

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King Fergus wrote:
SpamGoddess wrote:
I've heard nothing but great things about the Kobe burger at Yak & Yeti. Making me consider dining there this trip (which is mainly QS) just to try it (and the fried green beans).

I believe it's the Yak & Yeti TS..not the CS..That have the Kobe... confused


I just now saw this, haha, but I'm aware that it's just the main Yak & Yeti, not the QS! I was just considering throwing in an ADR there in with my crazy commando-style QS eating park touring.

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Kobe.

Oh, and the fries are really good too at Y&Y.

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Kobe.

Oh, and the fries are really good too at Y&Y.

Please..Stop teasing me...That looks delish...

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I will admit, I have never tried the Kobe burger. Honestly, at that price, my Scottish blood wouldn't allow me to enjoy it. Best burger I have had on property was at Sassagoula Float Works at POFQ. Roumelade sauce for spice, and shrimp. Yum!

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OMG - That Kobe Burger looks amazing eek

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Kristen K. wrote:
OMG - That Kobe Burger looks amazing eek

It is Kristen, it is!

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Mousedreaming wrote:
I will admit, I have never tried the Kobe burger. Honestly, at that price, my Scottish blood wouldn't allow me to enjoy it. Best burger I have had on property was at Sassagoula Float Works at POFQ. Roumelade sauce for spice, and shrimp. Yum!

Oh trust me, it is worth every penny of the $19.00!

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Allie wrote:
Mousedreaming wrote:
I will admit, I have never tried the Kobe burger. Honestly, at that price, my Scottish blood wouldn't allow me to enjoy it. Best burger I have had on property was at Sassagoula Float Works at POFQ. Roumelade sauce for spice, and shrimp. Yum!

Oh trust me, it is worth every penny of the $19.00!

Yes, yes it is!! That was the first time I tried the Kobe beef burger and it will certainly not be the last. biggrin

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I can't crown the Kobe beefburger king of burgers .... NO BACON ... a rookie mistake wink

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Mrferret wrote:
I can't crown the Kobe beefburger king of burgers .... NO BACON ... a rookie mistake wink

awesome

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Princess Cupcake wrote:
Mrferret wrote:
I can't crown the Kobe beefburger king of burgers .... NO BACON ... a rookie mistake wink

awesome

Maybe you could order a side dish of bacon and put it on yourself. awesome biggrin

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Vettelover wrote:

Maybe you could order a side dish of bacon and put it on yourself. awesome biggrin

What?!!? "Cook" for myself at Disney World? Heaven forbid the thought! Where's the magic in that?! laugh

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Bacon on burgers are for Jessie's...Burgers with jalapeno's are for men... waiting

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You don't ruin a Kobi Burger by putting bacon (or Jalapeno's) on it, that is sacrilege! eek

That would be like putting a steak sauce on a really good steak. You just don't do it! yuck

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That would be like putting a steak sauce on a really good steak. You just don't do it! yuck

Agreed! There's nothing worse than watching someone take a nice juicy cut of steak and cook in until it's a dry cookie then smother it in steak sauce. yuck

What they don't realize is the reason they need the steak sauce is because the cooked the flavor out of the steak! eek

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Wonder if ketchup falls under the sacrilege category..... wink

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Princess Cupcake wrote:
Wonder if ketchup falls under the sacrilege category..... wink

You don't need anything for the Kobe at Yak & Yeti. It was delicious as is - you do get to choose either a coleslaw or mushroom topping. I chose the coleslaw.