What restaurants should we try next?

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  1. cgh

    cgh DIS Veteran

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    We've been to WDW several times and have eaten at LOTs of restaurants. What should be on our short list the next time? We are DH, me and will have a 10 year old and 5 year old boy the next time we go. (food allergy family too)

    Here's where we've gone:

    MK:
    Crystal Palace
    Plaza restaurant
    CRT
    BOG
    Skippers Canteen

    Epcot
    Garden Grill
    Teppen Edo
    Coral Reef
    Biergarten

    HS
    50s prime time

    AK-
    Tusker House

    MK Hotels
    1900 Park Fare
    Grand Floridian Cafe
    Narcoosees
    California Grill
    Chef Mickey
    Ohana

    Other hotels
    Boma
    Beaches n cream

    Downtown disney
    TREX

    Where should we try next?
     
  2. mi*vida*loca

    mi*vida*loca Collect memories, not things

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    We are doing Hoop Dee Doo Review next trip for the first time. Some other new ones for us will be Yachtsman and Flying Fish.

    I highly recommend Via Napoli at Epcot. Excellent pizza.
     
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  4. tinkerhon

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    "Spice Road" !!
     
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  5. Kae

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    Chefs de FRance, The Hollywood Brown Derby, Kona
     
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  6. goodeats

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    What's your allergy?

    I think you should try Sci Fi Drive In, San Angel Inn, Le Cellier, Brown Derby, or Yak N Yeti
     
  7. tannerandcatesmom

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    Liberty Tree Tavern in MK, Via Napoli and Sunshine Seasons at Epcot, Kona Cafe at Poly, Citricos at GF
     
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  8. BEASLYBOO

    BEASLYBOO OKW/Disney... my happy place.

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    Don't know your allergies or how adventuresome you are, but here are some of my faves, most not on your list.

    Raglan Road at DS, good food, music and dancing, Frontera Cucina, good Mexican, a bit different than the norm!
    Satuli's Canteen at AK, best new QS
    Sci-Fi at DHS
    Skipper's Canteen at MK
    Rose & Crown at Epcot for the fireworks, Spice Road is fantastic and of course Marrakesh, great food, belly dancer and music.
     
  9. CynBeth

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    I have family members with food allergies and we can pretty much eat at any TS including buffets and dinner shows. Disney is so great! We love breakfast at Crystal Palace, Tusker House, Cape May, Whispering Canyon Cafe, Trail’s End, and Boma. At MK we do LTT for lunch and Tony’s or BOG for dinner. At Epcot it is Tutto Italia for lunch and either Chefs or Le Cellier for dinner. We also like lunch or dinner at Coral Reef. At AK we do Rainforest Cafe for lunch. At DHS we like Hollywood Brown Derby for lunch and 50’s PTC for dinner. We also love dinner at Boma.
     
  10. vanillarum

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    We recently ate at Narcossees and Citricos at the GF, and both were fantastic. We also had a great meal at Jiko. Not so good meals at Coral Reef and Jungle Navigation. Had great meals at Tiffins both times we have eaten there. Good luck.
     
  11. pixiedust23

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    Try the new character meal at Artist Point (Storybook with Snow White)
     
  12. cgh

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    DS is contact anaphylactic to all forms of milk (i.e.passes out starts turning blue within 5-10 min of ingestion), eggs, sesame, peanut, and tree nuts.

    Thanks for the suggestions. Each time we like to try a new place. We do tend to do 2 TS a day. (easier with food allergies).
     
  13. NYCgrrl

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    With the exception of the turkey legs at Tortuga Tavern (and they are just standard theme park food in taste and delivery), from my POV you've already done as good as it gets at MK currently. Although if only I told the man about Casey's Corner he'd probably lose his mind there but that's what happens when you leave me to do all the planning:).

    Epcot is a whole new world of good and worthy eats. Katsuri Grill, Via Napoli, Tokyo Dining (different cuisine from Teppan Edo), Chefs de France, any eatery at the Morroco Pavillion, make me happy. I tend to ignore the various Latino offerings because I look for more authenticity. Basically, pick a cuisine that interests you and just dive in.

    At HS, we enjoy HBD and I suspect the lounge is just as good as the restaurant even though the menu at the former is smaller. The family enjoys ABC Commissary (salmon and roast chicken; the ribs were considered "meh" but DGD prefers dry rub over wet sauce) and we have fun ordering under the canopied eateries of Catalina Eddy's (acceptable and what you'd expect of a QS Cesar salad), and Rosie's burgers which seem to be pretty popular there.

    @ AK, we have eaten and enjoyed meals at Flaming Tree BBQ, Mr Harambe's, and Tiffen's. Haven't tried Tusker's yet.

    Nothing to add to the MK hotels' roster that you haven't eaten at.

    FF on the Broadwalk is a taste delight for all ages. Never been to the original iriteration so I just take it as it is. As things stand now we'll eat there Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Happily.

    Disney Springs is a food lovers delight. We wuvvvvvv Boathouse, Morimoto Asia, Sprinkle's, Earl of Sandwich, and are looking foward to Jaleo's opening and enjoying Wine Bar George and Enzo and Maria's Hideaway our next trips.
     
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  14. Ksquared

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    Hum, at MK we enjoy Casey's Corner (it's counter service though but there are something about those hot dogs we love)
    At Disney Springs, Homecoming has become a family favorite
    HS is the one park I don't prefer to dine in so nothing there
    AK - we love Tusker House or Flame Tree BBQ or Satu'li Canteen in Pandora
    Hotels: Whispering Canyon and O'Hana are great restaurants although I've been wanting to try Kona at some point
     
  15. Corwin

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    Here are my recommendations for restaurants you haven't gone to yet:

    MK: Casey's Corner (counter service)

    Epcot: Chefs de France, Le Cellier, San Angel Inn, Tokyo Dining

    HS: Hollywood Brown Derby

    AK: Tiffins

    MK Hotels: Artist Point (until November), Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue, Kona Cafe (breakfast)

    Other Hotels: Jiko, Sanaa, Yachtsman Steakhouse

    Disney Springs: Raglan Road
     
  16. dakotix

    dakotix DIS Dad #852 from Central Massachusetts

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    MK:
    Liberty Tree Tavern

    Epcot
    Marrakesh (Belly Dancers alone make this worth it)
     
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  17. B-Ride

    B-Ride Getting My Disney Fix

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    MK:
    Not much left to try.

    Epcot:
    Chefs de France
    Tutto Italia

    AK & DHS:
    We never eat table service there

    Resorts:
    Kona Café
    Boatwrights

    Disney Springs:
    Chef Art Smith's Homecomin
    Morimota Asia
     
  18. bamaliving

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    MK:
    Columbia Harbour House!

    HS:
    Sci Fi

    AK:
    Flame Tree

    MK Hotels:
    The Wave (Contemporary)
    Kona Cafe for breakfast (Poly)
    Whisper Canyon Cafe (Wilderness Lodge)
     

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