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    Akershus before the Princesses was my fav...not so much now. Its not really all u can eat anymore other than the cold part.
    Trails End. I like it. no more buffet lunch now though i hear
    Biergarten- ok. not my baf
    Boma wasnt too bad but i wouldnt make a special trip there.
    1900 mayb trying on next trip. Ive looked at Cape May as i walked by but havent tried it
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    Default yay for CAPE MAY!

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    Without hesitation, it would be Boma for us. It's the only buffet that's a must-do at Disney. Cape May is very good, too - but the food, service, and atmosphere at Boma are consistently top-notch.

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    Our favorite, hands down -- used to be Trails End Buffet - but when I was there in 10/10 I was surprised to find A la carte - I think it has really lost its charm and coziness (sp?) - Anyone know if there are any plans to return it to the true buffet style?
    As of today's date, I can't think of any other buffet that has been my favorite - the only one that comes close is Liberty Tree Tavern (not true buffet -- but love the Thanksgiving food)
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    We've done Chef Mickeys, Boma, Biergarten and Cape May buffets. They were all very good. Can't go wrong with any of those. We've also done family style at 'Ohana, The Luau, Hoop Dee Do and Liberty Tree Tavern and they were good too. I've only really found 2 restaurants that we won't go back to and that is Marrakesh and Cindy's Royal Table breakfast. Another that I'd prefer not to go back to is Cap-N-Jacks (I didn't like it, but DH did). That's all our negatives out of 26 or so places we've been to at WDW. Sorry, I diverged from the main topic...best buffet. I can't pick just 1.

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    we have done many of the buffet's and all you can eat.

    Our favorite is Boma.

    Cape May is very good too.

    All of them are better than the buffet at Circus Circus
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    For breakfast, it's Cape May Cafe. For dinner, it's Hollywood & Vine.
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    Breakfast at Crystal Palace!
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    Talking Cape May Cafe

    This should have been done as poll...Then we could vote and see which place comes in first.. So far for me you can beat Cape May Cafe....I think it's excellent....
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    Ohana - dinner, my new favorite! Best service we had overall in WDW!
    Chef Mickey's - dinner
    Whispering Canyon - dinner skillet, all u can eat!
    Boma - was my favorite, but was quite dissappointed in the food this time around!
    Crystal Palace - just ok, had lousy service, but my kids love the characters...
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    Crystal Palace for breakfast....hands down...best breakfast buffet in Disneyworld. We loved it!!!!
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    this one is easy for us...Boma
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    We love Chef Mickey's Breakfast. A must for the kids. That way we also knock out having to visit with the charecters at the Park. Love Ohana as it is our most anticipated meal. Biergarten is a must on all of our trips. We will be trying Cape May Next week for the first time. I am looking forward to it.
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    I haven't had too many of the buffet dinings but Biergarten is definitely a favorite! I always get my money's worth there and the atmosphere is amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBETigg View Post
    Boma. I'm not a fan of buffets, but I love Boma.
    Completely agree. It's one of the only buffets at which I'll eat. Both meals are wonderful, but I especially love dinner. I can make a meal out of the soups, salads and desserts alone. I consider several dishes from the dinner buffet among the best on property.

    I also like the breakfast at Tusker House.
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    We have eaten at all of the buffets and family style restaurants with the exception of Hollywood and Vine. I have yet to try that. The reviews make me so nervous to book such an expensive place that is just so-so. It seems we could eat signature instead. Anyhow, all of the buffets are great! We love them the bestest of all! Tusker house is a really great breakfast venue. Goofy is so much fun and the menu is more my style than crystal palace. Chef Mickeys is probably the most mediocre of all of them, imho. I would pass it up for anything else in a heartbeat. ohana and liberty tree are wonderful! Boma is great but thats a hate it or love it place. 1900 park fare is kinda hard to dislike, however, we had one experience there where we couldnt believe we paid for that food. The other experiences were wonderful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigThunderFan View Post
    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!
    You got that right....good barbecue is hard to find once you have had Kansas City Barbecue! Nothing compares!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonahbear2006 View Post
    We have eaten at all of the buffets and family style restaurants with the exception of Hollywood and Vine. I have yet to try that. The reviews make me so nervous to book such an expensive place that is just so-so. It seems we could eat signature instead. Anyhow, all of the buffets are great! We love them the bestest of all! Tusker house is a really great breakfast venue. Goofy is so much fun and the menu is more my style than crystal palace. Chef Mickeys is probably the most mediocre of all of them, imho. I would pass it up for anything else in a heartbeat. ohana and liberty tree are wonderful! Boma is great but thats a hate it or love it place. 1900 park fare is kinda hard to dislike, however, we had one experience there where we couldnt believe we paid for that food. The other experiences were wonderful!
    If you think Chef Mickey's is mediocre, then NEVER go to Hollywood & Vine. We ended up there on a whim one evening and it was the MOST disappointing buffet we've ever encountered and WAY over priced for what it is. We will never go back to H&V. For the money we spent, we could have eaten at Brown Derby and been delighted.

    Thanks for the recommendations for Tusker House, hubby & I will have to try it our next visit

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    Cape May with Trail's End a close second for me. I've never had a bad experience with any of the buffet restaurants so its more a feeling of picking your favorite ice cream - its all good

    We're going to try Biergarten for the first time this trip

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    Boma or Trails End (in that order)
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