Discussion in 'WDW Food and Dining' started by Holly, Dec 17, 2016.
Hard to choose only 3, but if forced, I'd have to say Yak & Yeti, La Hacienda de San Angel & Boma
Le Cellier, 1900 Park Fare, California Grill
I've never done 1900 Park Faire, but I'm determined to do so at some point!
Too hard! But for me, I'd say it's a toss up between Liberty Tree and Rose & Crown. As a family, Be Our Guest.
I love R&C & BOG as well, although I haven't been able to get a reservation at BOG our last few trips .
We lucked out on our last trip as there was a cancellation the night before. Usually if you check in the early AM you can snag reservations. People change their minds all the time, especially since so many book their dining weeks or months out!
that's how I got the reservation we did have, I just didn't worry too much about going to that much work on subsequent trips (I have 19 & 16 yr old boys, so it's not like they're dying to eat there again )
How did I forget BOG??? That's a tie with Le Cellier!! I need the Strawberry cupcake at BOG and the Maple Creme Brûlée at LC… but both have steak for the main course…yum!!
Our family loves Boma, OHana, and 50s Prime Time. My kids love 50s and always have a good time. Boma and OHana both have great food.
We love 1900 Park Fare also. The step sisters are so much fun.
I really want Boma but my kids are too pickyGonna go one day!!
I'm lucky my kids will try anything. They all love to try new foods.
How did I miss this thread??? La Hacienda de San Angel, 'Ohana, and Crystal Palace breakfast because I can't get enough of Pooh's puffed French toast.
Sanaa is delicious too, as is Via Napoli. I'm trying quite a few "new to us" restaurants in a few weeks, so I'm sure I'll change my mind then.
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