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    Quote Originally Posted by rafiki fan View Post
    I agree with the Boma and Kona but the best kept secret is to get on the boat and head over to Fort Wilderness. The Trail's End Buffet is the best on property IMHO. We eat there every trip even when we are not camping. It is a lot less hectic than most other places and the food is excellent.
    I really enjoy Trail's End but it has always been very time consuming to get there.

    We will have to try the Grand Floridan Cafe since it gets such good reviews.
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    Another vote for Kouzzina with Boma and Kona a close second and third!

    Kouzzina was not only the best breakfast we have ever had at WDW, it is one of the best we have ever had period.
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    I cannot say enough to everyone go to the Rainforest Cafe outside of Animal Kingdom Park. Here is why....First make ressies for that park day. RFC opens earlier than the park. There is no wait cause it isn't too busy. They have the best menu, coffee, servers, and prices are reasonable. Upon leaving, exit through the gift shop to your left, there will be two turnstiles, and you do not have to wait in any lines to get into the park, you just walk in.. it's great....
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    We enjoyed Boma very much

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    I have not been to Kona yet ...ADR for later this month after great reviews. We love Grand Floridian Cafe and also have been to Yacht Club for the Captains Grill buffet is great...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichGuy View Post
    Has anyone tried the breakfast at Kouzzina? The menu looks WAY fun, but I won't be able to get there until next Feb'.
    I love the breakfast at Kouzzina and absolutely prefer it to Kona. I find the famous Tonga toast to be way too sweet and heavy -- to my palate, it's a little sickening, really. I like the Mediterranean-style offerings at Kouzzina.

    I also strongly recommend Boma. I rarely eat at buffet restaurants, even at Disney, but Boma is a notable exception.
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    We love Kona and eat there for breakfast a few times each trip, as well as at least once for dinner. I love the Tonga Toast, Mom always goes for the Macadamia Nut Pancakes, and my sister likes the Steak and Eggs.
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    We enjoyed a Kouzzina breakfast in June. The only disappointing part was a pastries basket. I do not know if it was a matter of style differences or staleness, but that basket was a waste for us. The rest was great.
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    I too liked the Whispering Canyon breakfast. My inlaws liked Olivias and I plan to try that in December. Don't do Cindy's royal table...not worth the 2TS credits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDuckRocks View Post
    My 2 favorites are Kona Cafe and Grand Floridian Cafe.
    Why does Disney seem to name everyother eatery a "Cafe"?
    Ditto on both your comments. Kona is my must-have reservation every trip, and I just discovered GF Cafe the last time I was there.
    Nice to be able to just sit, eat, and talk.

    I guess Cafe sounds more friendly than other names. It evokes a cozy feeling when I hear the word.
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    Cast my votes for Boma and Whispering Canyon. (Of course, I've never been to Kona for breakfast. Trying to work that in next week ).
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    Kona would be my vote for best non character breakfast in all of WDW!!!
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    We really like the buffet breakfast at Boma. It is a great way to see another resort and you are right by the AK.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichGuy View Post
    Has anyone tried the breakfast at Kouzzina? The menu looks WAY fun, but I won't be able to get there until next Feb'.

    I haven't been there for 15 years or so, but the Whispering Canyon Cafe in the Wilderness Lodge was good. I see they've changed their menu, and it's not just the all-you-can-eat thing any more... might be time to go back.

    Lately, I've been all about Sunshine Seasons in The Land pavilion in Epcot.
    Kouzzina is delicuous!!

    Kona is okay, the service is absolutely terrible, but the food is yummy!
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    Boma for breakfast was worth the trip. There is a large selection beyond the standard stuff.
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