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    In your opinion what is your favorite buffet? I remember 1900 park fare and Cape May being pretty decent.
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    Tusker House in AK is fantastic!

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    So far Boma is my favorite. Great question!
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    Here's a list of the ones we've eaten at:

    Cinderella's Castle - all you can eat breakfast. Wonderful food! We loved it!
    Boma/Tusker House - good ethnic cuisine
    Cape May - WONDERFUL sefood and dessert bar too!
    O'Hana - not true buffet style, but wonderful all you can eat
    Liberty Tree - again, not true buffet style, but all you can eat Thanksgiving type foods

    Of the above we've eaten at, Cape May would be the one we'd do again. They had lots of variety.

    One we HATE - ironically Crystal Palace (as most people love it). This restaurant is just like our local american buffet restaurants.
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    Cape May is on the top of my list.
    Tusker House would be second.

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    Cape May is my favorite!
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    Our vote would be for Boma: breakfast or dinner.
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    Tusker House breakfast is tough to beat. I also enjoy Trail's End which has some really delicious BBQ ribs and fried chicken.

    But when push comes to shove, I'm usually at Epcot and it's either Biergarten or Cape May...

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    Boma, definitely.
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    Boma. I'm not a fan of buffets, but I love Boma.
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    Cape May Cafe! We love it! Great variety and unusual to have a seafood buffet.
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    Dinner at Boma. Hands down our favorite
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    Cape May is awesome but for overall food, atmosphere and an overall good time I vote for Biergarten as well. If you can't enjoy that experience you just as well check out.
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    Here is where we have tried:

    Buffets:
    Hollywood & Vine (lunch & dinner), ok food, not great, characters at lunch were good

    Boma (dinner), excellent if you like different cuisines

    Crystal Palace (breakfast), good breakfast food, good characters

    Chef Mickey's (breakfast), great characters, food was a little better than CP

    1900 Park Fare (breakfast), ok characters, food was merely ok except for lobster benedict (excellent)

    Not buffet but all you can eat:
    `Ohana (dinner), excellent food!

    Whispering Canyon (breakfast & dinner), breakfast was good, dinner was fine but we are bbq people from KC, hard to please. The all you can drink milkshakes were fabulous!

    Liberty Tree (dinner) very good Thanksgiving style meal plus ham and roast beef

    Akershus (breakfast), very good characters and good food
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    Dinner at Boma or Tusker House! Yum!!!
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    I love Boma for breakfast and dinner! Love!

    I really feel like I'm on vacation...away from home and that which I find to be normal...it features great food with an ethnic flair. It is an delightful food adventure. Example: I hate curry dishes. However, I challenged myself to try a dish there for breakfast with sausage, egg, biscuits, peppers and curry. It turned out to be delicious!

    That is the benefit of it being a buffet - you can try a little of many things. If you don't like something, you don't need to eat it to feel like you're getting your money's worth. Simply don't eat the rest of it and go get something else.

    On a separate note, I love the special juice they serve there for breakfast.

    There is a lot of perceived value for your money at this restaurant.

    They also have many comfortable, normal foods served in grand style. On our last trip, my friend about ate her weight in the chocolate croissants they serve there. (Unless it has escaped your notice, chocolate croissants are NOT African in origin.)

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    Boma is good, but I definetly noticed a menu change and quite frankly, it just wasnt as good the second time.
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    For breakfast we really enjoy Crystal Palace and Akerhus in Norway and for dinner my favorite is Boma with all the options and flavors (wife loves the zebra domes) but I know the rest of my family loves Chef Mickey's and I've been known to pack it away there too.
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