you should. You never know if there will be meetings or conventions at that time
Definitely if you're planning a trip anytime in the next month or so. Conventions a plenty have been filling up the hotels and lunch is a good way for them to wait for their rooms to be ready as well as during their breaks I suppose.
We had the fruit plate and the chicken ceasar salad. Both were excellent! (We were on a budget, that is why we went cheap) But, you get bread (cornbread is soooo good) and with the fruitplate you also get carrot raisin bread! There were 3 of us and it was plenty!
We went on a thurs and it was dead, but we still had reservations. Mondays have been busier than usual at the parks, so it really doesn't hurt to make them...
last time i was there, i had the corn chowder, not sure if they still have it but its the same one you could get as room service at the dlh. i dont really remember but its not that hard to make a choice cause the menus not that big
If we chase the stars to lose our shadow, Peter Pan and Wendy turned out fine.
Storytellers is funny ... there always seems to be people waiting there. I'd get priority seating just to jump a little ahead on the seating. It doesn't cost anything, and it's nice to have just in case.
As far as good food, walk about 10 feet down and go in where it says "NAPA ROSE"...
Would I be better going to another casual dining restaurant at one of the DLR hotels, as opposed to Storytellers?
I really enjoyed it. Maybe it was b/c it was so slow and our waitress was very atentive. We had a reservation for 1:15. They usually close the resteraunt at 2 to get ready for dinner, but we weren't rushed.