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    We were blown away by Ohana...best dinner yet at WDW...LeCellier the next best dinner both had excellent food.

    other favorites: best breakfast food-Kona
    best breakfast character interaction-1900 Park Fare (food not so much)


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    Great Post!

    So many choices:

    Must-Do = Hoop Dee Doo
    Also: 50s Prime Time Cafe
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    For me it has to be 'Ohana and San Angel Inn.
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    Like everyone else, there is no way to just say one place. Overall our favorite is The Garden Grill because we love the food, the atmosphere, the character interaction, all-u-can-eat, and the memories of eating there in the 1980's with my family. But Ohana during Wishes is very special, Jiko is excellent, we honeymooned at San Angel Inn, and we love The Coral Reef's menu.

    Honorable mention to Boma, LeChefsdeFrance, Yak and Yeti, LeCellier, Biergarten.......and pretty much every other Dining option in WDW!!!
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    I'm glad to see Artist Point getting some love. It often seems overlooked (not that I'm complaining). So, my choices would be Artist Point for dinner, Brown Derby for lunch/dinner, and Grand Floridian Cafe and Kona for breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zipadeedoodah View Post
    My favorite place to dine at WDW is Narcoossee's at the Grand Floridian. I never miss it...and watching Wishes from the balcony afterwards is a giant PLUS

    Close second is Le Cellier - another one that I never miss!
    I agree with Narcoossee's.

    Have never made it to Le Cellier. Guess thats on the bucket list!

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    Best overall meal for my family is Ohana's. It's a must do on every trip, and is almost always the best meal of the trip. I don't think we've had a single trip without eating at Ohana's, unless it was one of our first few trips before we found it!

    One of the best overall meal experiences we've had was a date night with just DH and I at Cali Grill. The food was amazing, and watching the fireworks from the balcony after was the perfect way to end such a wonderful meal.
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    Chef Mickeys is always our must do - we usually have "free" dining - but even without it, I'd pay out of pocket for that one. We aren't usually TS people without free dining, but I wouldn't miss Chef Mickeys.
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    Our last night at WDW tradition is to eat at the CA Grill. My husband's favorite restaurant is Artists' Point, so that has been a "must do" for our last 2 trips.

    I think that our most unique dining experience was DS/DH's birthday dinner at Sanaa. We were lucky enough to be seated in the main dining room where we could see the animals. We got a table one row back from the windows. And they have a very unique birthday song that they sing as they parade around the restaurant.
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    Last Oct. when we were there we had dinner at Narcoossee's and it was wonderful. We also had lunch at LeCellier and it was great as well.
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    Cali Grill, window seat, fireworks time. It was special.
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    We have always love Chefs de France. It is a pretty place, excellent food and wonderful servers.

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    Ohana for sure!!!
    Counter service is gota be Casey's, I can't explain my addiction to saurkraut and cheese fries but its deep rooted
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    On our last trip, we really enjoyed Kouzzina's, the 50’s Prime Time Café,and Teppan Edo. We also make a point to have breakfast at Boma in AKL. One of our favorites!

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    For great food and an elevated (literally) experience, I love California Grill at the Contemporary Resort. This is a great place to have a memorable time that is gracious and delicious...special.

    For great Disney food and crazy fun, I love 'Ohana located at the Polynesian Resort.
    This is a place about having a fun time with friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ledudes View Post
    I agree with all of these. Ohana is great, loved Le Cellier back when it was 1 dining credit, and always like Wolfangs. Chef Mickeys is a good breakfast too.
    WHOA - miss some time on intercot, you miss a lot. I had NO IDEA that Le Cellier went up to 2 credits. That stinks!(I understand it, I guess - but it still stinks!!)

    Actually, I don't know if anyone else even likes it much, but we ADORED Yak & Yeti in Animal Kingdom (near Kali River Rapids). My family and I still drool thinking about the Kobe beef hamburgers and grilled pineapple skewers on vanilla ice cream. We loved the "feel" of the place, too; you could almost believe you were in Indonesia or some such place...

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    California Grill
    Fultons
    Brown Derby
    Raglan Road
    and now Teppan Edo

    are always a must for us when we visit
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