I went their twice and both times I had to sent back my meal because it was way below standard.....I'll never eat there again (not even for the great theming)
I never had such bad experiences, but I always found the food just adequate... Don't get me wrong: theming is stunning and waiter are very kind and professional, but the menu has gotten less and less inspired, dangerously tending to banal dish such as tagliatelle primavera (fettuccini with some vegetables on it, way to dry...). Last time we dined there, the menus were all bumped and torn and some pages were just "updated" with a new piece of paper glued to the hold with some adhesive tape. IMHO, Blue Lagoon is still the best restaurant in the park: food is still worth the money both by taste and by originality, and the theme is quite spectalcular.
I love the older pictures, it looks fantastic. The room seems very ambiant and small, relaxing.
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Looks great, unfortunately I have never eaten there. Most of time I am too busy doing all the attractions/parades/shows etc to have the patience to eat at a sit-down restaurant. Mostly I try to use my time in the parks as efficient as possible (up until closing time!). When the parks close early, I often go to Disney Village to eat something there.
And I agree with Fantillusion: some of the restaurasnts/bars I visit in my home town The Hague look a lot like Walt's, but yes, minus the Disney-touch!