Originally Posted by figment1986 this menu must have predated the blue bayou... unless they did at once time coexist.. like todays with bayou and cafe orleans...
I wish the place still existed... move aladin to another empty area of adventureland... or dca.. lots of room there... They most certainly did coexist. I believe* I had my 16th birthday there.
(*-though it may have been an earlier birthday)
I too, wish it still existed. It was awesome.
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Originally Posted by FormerDiz What's the deal with the dead baby in the bottom right photo? Dessert?
Did anyone see the Tour Guide SOP: http://matterhorn1959.blogspot.com/2...ur-guides.html
The outfit is not bad, plaid skirts are always sexy , but what's with the hat? Those things look ridiculous.
Awww, I miss the Tahitian Terrace.
That must have been so great! Disneyland needs to keep bringing back the food. The new Blue Bayou and the Cafe Orleans are great! It would be so great to have another quality place to eat.
Originally Posted by Adelade There is no kitchen anymore, they shared a kitchen with Plaza Pavillion and when that unbecame a restaurant however many years ago that was, the kitchen slowly became dismantled. There's not much in it anymore, but as someone who's been around restaurants since I was about 6, it's still pretty clearly a kitchen.
Bring It Back!!!!!!!! The Aladdin thing sucks...there's nothing to see there anymore!
A few months back I posted a couple of threads about the Tahatian Terrace with pictures in them. Some images of the Tahatian Terrace http://micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26993&highlight=tahatian+terrace In one of them a former Tahatian Terrace CM chimed in and let us know how it was all done and what they would need to do to get the TT back up and running.
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