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  • Trip Report Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

    My wonderful cousin and her fabulous husband took me to Ariel's Grotto for the World of Color "dinner and a show." It was amazing (both the show and the food)!

    Here is the "Prix Fixe" menu:


    Here is the vegetable and cheese appetizer (Antipasti):


    Here is my herb-crusted chicken dinner, my cousin's tri-tip and her husband's pasta dish:


    Finally, dessert!!


    My cousin got Sorbet:


    Highly recommended!!

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    Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

    ooh cool!
    How was the food and if u don't mind me asking what were the price ranges for the food?
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      Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

      Originally posted by MikeSkellington View Post
      ooh cool!
      How was the food and if u don't mind me asking what were the price ranges for the food?
      Food was amazing!! Chicken was super juicy and the tri-tip had some great seasoning.

      Pices are as follows:
      $36.99 adults
      $20.99 children ages 3-

      Click here for more information.

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        Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

        Originally posted by Goofus View Post
        Food was amazing!! Chicken was super juicy and the tri-tip had some great seasoning.

        Pices are as follows:
        $36.99 adults
        $20.99 children ages 3-

        Click here for more information.
        Thanks for the link
        Originally posted by MainStreetJake
        Mike's funny. Dirty as a mud wrestling tournament, but funny.
        Originally posted by williamtheking
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          Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

          The dessert looks really good!

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            Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

            I am glad your dinner was good. I have been to the "Grotto" for a character lunch with the Grand Kids. Food was average, the Princesses gave the impression they wish they were elsewhere. When you want a character meal I have found Goofy's Kitchen to be outstanding on many occasions.

            We did the WOC dinner at Ariel's Grotto which was a major disappointment. My wife had the chicken which was extremely salty as was the potatoes. I had the Tri Tip which was very fatty and way over done as in the edges were dry. I heard other tables complain about the same things.

            Have had great dining experiences at other Disney venues, Ariel's, NEVER AGAIN.

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              Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

              i've heard mixed reviews of the dinners at the Grotto, but i'm glad yours was one of the good ones! it really seems like a hit or miss here.

              are those WoC filmstrips edible? looks like white chocolate, and i love white chocolate!
              -plagued

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                Re: Dinner and a Show - Ariel's Grotto

                We had a wonderful meal there, so it sounds hit or miss.


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