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    dinner at Goofy's Kitchen

    Is the food pretty good?

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    Re: dinner at Goofy's Kitchen

    Eh, it's okay. Kinda pricey for the quality, but it is a buffet and you do get to meet goofy
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    Re: dinner at Goofy's Kitchen

    Not really, but it is fun!
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    Re: dinner at Goofy's Kitchen

    What kind of food is there at dinner? I haven't been able to find a big menu like I have been able to find for the brunch. Do they have the Mickey cheese ravioli like they do at Chef Mickey's in WDW?
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    Re: dinner at Goofy's Kitchen

    Their buffet usually has a lot of choices. Off the top of my head I recall in April they had mediocre pizza, spaghetti, macaroni and cheese (sorry, I can't remember what style they are), thinly sliced prime rib and usually either turkey or a pork roast. They also have some decent side items like rolls, mashed potatoes, sauteed veggies and such.

    We go to Goofy's Kitchen purely for the fun and the experience. The food is okay but I doubt anybody would pay half of what Disney charges if the characters weren't there.
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    Re: dinner at Goofy's Kitchen

    The kids like all the "kids" food.. prime rib was a little on the thin side.

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