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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    Goofy's Kitchen for breakfast, Blue Bayou for lunch, churros and popcorn for a snack, Dinner at Plaza Inn or Red Rocket's Pizza Port (I like the Chicken Fusilli without the chicken) Followed by Fantasmic dessert buffet and that really is the perfect meal.

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    Napa Rose (chef's counter), sushi bar at Yamabuki (and just give the chefs free reign to make me whatever they want), Cove Bar (great snacks and even better drinks), Churro Carts, Mint Juleps, and Storyteller's breakfast.

    My favorite thing to do is to create my own Napa Rose tasting menu (without a main entree or I'll be too full), usually 2 appetizers, a salad/soup, and cheese or a dessert; each paired with a different wine.

    The non-sushi offerings at Yamabuki don't impress me too much; I actually preferred their pre-remodel menu...but the sushi is very good. These guys know their stuff and are eager to please.
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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    My personal favorite has always been the French Market. Especially when my sister-in-law worked there in the early 80's. My favorite dish they used to serve was sliced turkey open face on two thick slices of Wonder Bread (The official bread of Disneyland -- at least back then). This was all smothered with gravy. Also served with it was mashed potatoes and I believe steamed veggies and you also got a large sized side salad. Top this all off with a mint julep, and you had yourself quite a meal. It was the best!

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    Since we seem to be talking about the entire resort with the restaurants listed, I am going to say that my favorite restaurants are Storytellers, the ESPN Zone, and Napa Rose. I also like Whitewater Snacks sometimes and I've heard good things about Ariel's Grotto.

    Inside the parks besides that? Overall it's really gotten disappointing for the prices being charged. I hope to find a turkey leg on my next visit...the last time I was there both of the carts selling them ran out by before 6PM (park closing at midnight)

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    I love the Uva Bar & Cafe (downstairs from the pricy Catal resturant, not the outside bar in the middle of the walkway). Really good casual food, fabulous Pomme Frites and sandwiches, decently priced.

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    Because it's fairly small, you don't get that loud carnival atmosphere that you get at Rain Forest. I adore Disneyland, I adore kids, and I can down my share of churros with the best of them. But sometimes you need you want real adult food, someone to wait on you, a frosty cocktail, and a quiet break to recharge your batteries to get jump once more in to frey.

    And the nachos at the lost boys bar at the hotel are pretty tasty.

    In the park, I love the blue bayou atmosphere, but not the food, the price, or the service. I love the clam chowder bread bowls at the little place next to the POTC ride (Lordy, I'm blanking on the name and I eat there almost every time I go!).

    Years and years and years ago they used to make these fabulous fritters in New Orleans square. One big huge honking fritter fried up fresh. Sadly, that has been replaced in recent years with these fritters that are a shadow of their former selves. Not bad, just not what they were -- But they're still tasty for quickie sugar rush.

    I also like the Bengal BBQ for a quick bite when you need a protein fix.






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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    I used to enjoy having a Monte Cristo sandwich at the Blue Bayou back when it was affordable, before the menu changes and price hikes.

    The pasta at the Plaza Inn is good.

    The corndogs next door were the best although I haven't had one on a few years.

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    We always try to have breakfast at the Carnation Cafe - preferably before the rope drop - and watch all the people coming into the park.

    The Bengal BBQ is a "must" for us. In fact, every time I hear that they might be closing it down I get irritated.

    Since we love sushi and Japanese food in general, we will often slip over to Yamabuchi at the Paradise Pier Hotel. Sometimes it just helps to get out of the park for a short break from the noise and crowds.

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    DL:
    pizza port
    cafe orleans
    rancho del zocalo
    mint julep bar-mint juleps, yum!
    hungry bear
    river belle terrace-i love the mickey mouse pancakes

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    pacific wharf cafe
    taste pilot's grill
    schmoozies
    burrbank ice cream-yum!
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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    another vote for Napa Rose...if you have not eaten there you are really missing out
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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    the only problem with napa rose is that it is easy to spend 200-300 bucks for a couple
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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    Hungry Bear... for the atmosphere.
    Village Haus... for the prices.

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    Taste Pilot Grill
    Bakery on Main Street
    If we are in a mood for a burger, usually Village Haus
    Pizza Port

    We haven't been back in about 1 1/2 years so things have changed so I'm sure it will be different when we go back

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    I love breakfast at Carnation Cafe, and lunch/dinner at Cafe Orleans. (Then various other snacks along the way .)

    (I wanted to try Blue Bayou but I didn't like the things on the menu - price wasn't the problem but it made me shake my head...twice. $30 bucks for a little piece of meat...at a theme park? Please...)


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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    For more special occasions, I like the Napa Rose - it's my favorite restaurant at the park. I'll follow that with the Blue Bayou or Catal - we've eaten at both a lot in the past six months and you can't go wrong there.

    For most visits, however, it's the following that are dependable favorites:

    ESPN Zone;
    Goofy's Kitchen (their dinners are AWESOME);
    Carnation Cafe; and
    Cafe Orleans.

    The Corndog Cart, and Redd Rockets Pizza Port, get very high honorable mentions.

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    Re: Where is Your Favorite Place to Eat?

    Napa Rose. Then the Blue Bayou if you want to binge and purge..make that purge.
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