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    Restaurants

    Ok this is a big list but which of the restaurants is good and would be a nice relaxing not to expensive place to eat? If you can please say which is the best lunch and best breakfast. Thanks!!!!!!!
    *Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiono (Lunch)
    *San Angel Inn Mexico Showcase (Lunch)
    *Tony's Town Square (Lunch)
    *Yacht Club Galley (Breakfast)
    *Concourse Steakhouse (Breakfast)
    *Boma (Breakfast)
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    Please Help!!!!

    I know how boring it gets reading questions about Disney Restaurants all the time but please I need to call the Dining reservations place today and I need some ideas!!! please reply asap!!!! Thanks so much!!!!! :
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    If picking just one of each of those, I'd go with mama Melrose's and Boma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Labuda
    If picking just one of each of those, I'd go with mama Melrose's and Boma.

    I'd say the same. I've heard wonderful things about Boma for breakfast and Mama's for lunch is AWESOME! Try the tuna they have, and the bread they serve with the pesto and tomato dipping sauce is sooo good. :-P Have fun!

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    If you like the Blue Bayou in DL, then I would suggest San Angel Inn.

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    Boma for breakfast. San Angel Inn for lunch.

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    Love Restaurant threads...heee...

    Well, gotta give props to Mama Melrose's for Lunch. Great selection and not bad prices for lunch. However, finding a fairly inexpensive lunch anywhere outside of a vendor cart in WDW is highly unlikely. But, Mama's does an ok job on price. Boma is also a great buffet for lunch.

    May I recommend Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom? Its got the most delicious menu and is a nice "one-price/all you can eat" affair, with Characters no less! Lunch and Dinner are great!

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    For something different in the fast food list, try the Plaza Pavillion Noodle station menu at the MK. No reservations needed there.

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    Boma does not serve lunch, just breakfast (good) and dinner (great).

    Mama Melrose's is OK. I like the decor more than the food. I also had a bad experience there a few years back where the food made me quite ill. Haven't gone back. If I want to eat a great meal at Disney-MGM, I go to the Brown Derby.

    And TDLFAN, how is the quality of the new noodle joint in the MK? Worth trying on my next visit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fkurucz
    If you like the Blue Bayou in DL, then I would suggest San Angel Inn.
    Totally agree here. Here's a link to specific menus. http://www.allearsnet.com/menu/menus.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgentXero
    Love Restaurant threads...heee...

    Well, gotta give props to Mama Melrose's for Lunch. Great selection and not bad prices for lunch. However, finding a fairly inexpensive lunch anywhere outside of a vendor cart in WDW is highly unlikely. But, Mama's does an ok job on price. Boma is also a great buffet for lunch.

    May I recommend Liberty Tree Tavern at Magic Kingdom? Its got the most delicious menu and is a nice "one-price/all you can eat" affair, with Characters no less! Lunch and Dinner are great!

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    Yup a major ditto from me on the Liberty Tree. My favorite place to eat in MK.
    Arrgh... there's no way that I can be a 30+ club for WDW (much too far!) I'm most of
    the way if it's DL though.
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    Boma breakfast is fine, but you'd be passing up a tasty opportunity to expand your savory culture with a trip to Boma for dinner.

    We love a relaxing lunch and San Angel.

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    Another vote for the "not on the list" Liberty Tree Tavern!! Great food and fun with the characters!!



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    San Angel Inn was overpriced for the amount and quality of the food. The ambiance is nice but its not worth the price...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WDI33
    San Angel Inn was overpriced for the amount and quality of the food. The ambiance is nice but its not worth the price...
    That could be said for just about any restaurant at Epcot.

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