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  • Food in the Parks

    Yeah so i am going to WDW soon in December and i was just wondering what some of the best restaurants are. They can be in any park and i prefer nothing TOO expensive, if you know what I mean.
    Thanks guys

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    Re: Food in the Parks

    Dining is WDW is complex subject - in fact, entire books are devoted to the subject. A lot of information is available on the internet including discussion boards, but this link will get you started:

    http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/diningmain.cfm
    Rick

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      Re: Food in the Parks

      One word....Ohana...don't miss it

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        Re: Food in the Parks

        I found this to be an excellent site also with all the information I needed. They include menus and prices:


        http://allearsnet.com/din/dining.htm

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        • #5
          Re: Food in the Parks

          Originally posted by evilpixie View Post
          One word....Ohana...don't miss it
          Exactly. all you care to eat for about $25. It's a great, family-style restaurant that is located at the Poly (you can get there from the MK via monorail).

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            Re: Food in the Parks

            thanx guys lucky for me im staying at the poly and great web link. I will tell my mom about this. We already have A TON of books on WDW and it seems we keep getting more. We are also doing the pay for all dining before we go, do any of you know things about that, is it good or bad?

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              Re: Food in the Parks

              My all-time favorite restaurant is in Epcot at the Japan pavillion, Yamabuki. They cook the food at the table in front of you and it's fun to watch, not to mention the food is amazing!!!! Here's a helpful hint for you, lunch and dinner are essentially the same menu except with a big price difference. If you want an early dinner, book your lunch at 3:30. By the time you leave there it will be almost 5 and you will stay full for hours.


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              • #8
                Re: Food in the Parks

                My favorites are
                Resorts:
                'Ohana (Polynesian)
                Boma (Animal Kingdom Lodge)
                Kona Cafe (Polynesian)
                Grand Floridian Cafe (Grand Floridian)
                Concourse Steakhouse (Contemporary)
                Trails End (Fort Wilderness Campground)

                Magic Kingdom
                Liberty Tree Tavern
                Pecos Bills
                Cosmic Rays

                EPCOT
                Le Cellier (Canada)
                Beer Garden (Gemany)
                Tangerine Cafe (Morroco)
                Lotus Blossum Cafe (China)
                Yakitori House (Japan)
                Garden Grille (Land Pavilion)
                Bakery (France)

                Disney MGM Studios
                Hollywood Brown Derby
                Mama Melroses
                Prime Time Cafe
                ABC Commissary
                Starring Rolls

                Animal Kingdom
                Tusker House
                Rainforest Cafe

                Downtown Disney
                Earl of Sandwich

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                  Re: Food in the Parks

                  I don't do the sit-down restaurants much but I do love the Crystal Palace at MK and 50's Primetime at MGM. The Rose & Crown at Epcot is nice too. As for counter service eateries, I like...

                  At MK:
                  Cosmic Ray's
                  Pecos Bill's
                  Columbia Harbour House

                  At Epcot:
                  The Land's food court
                  San Angel Cantina in Mexico
                  The pastry shop in France


                  At MGM:
                  Pizza Planet (best theme park pizza ever)
                  Starring Rolls bakery
                  I remember liking the restaurant by the Indy stunt show but I forget its name.

                  Can't help with AK as I've never been there.

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