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  • Chef Mickey

    Can anyone who has eaten here tell me about the character interaction and the food?
    Mouseketeer Wannabe



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    Re: Chef Mickey

    Characters are Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Pluto. They all rotate around and visit each table like other character dining.

    Buffet is a mix of western and Asian cuisine. Meat, fish, pasta, potatos, salads, rice, veggies, sushi rolls, breads, deserts. Tasty but I wouldn't call it fabulous.

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      Re: Chef Mickey

      Interaction was great! Comparing to WDW, I LOVED it so much beter at Chef Mickey at TDL. For me, food was much better there too, my taste bud prefers Japanese food over waffles and sausages (they still had Mickey pancake though). My kids and husband loved the Japanese curry.

      I remember feeling disappointed at WDW Chef Mickey last December... Less interaction and we had to wait quite awhile to have all characters to visit our table. At Tokyo Chef Mickey, we had at least 2 visits from all charactors.

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