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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by ti2gr View Post
    OOPS I forgot that place. Maybe not, all they serve now is Chicken Fingers and Fish Planks, both with French Fries. How Long John Silvers is that?
    No, they are not like Long John Silvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyoflamingo View Post
    Still Tuna Salad, and Clam Chowder. Also, don't they have salads too?
    You are correct here, yoyo. Here is the actual menu as of January 2007.

    Captain's Special - Fried Chicken Strips and Fish - Served with choice of French Fries or Carrots $7.09

    One If By Land, Two If By Sea
    Fried Chicken Strips - Served with choice of either French Fries or Carrots $6.69
    Fried Fish Basket - Served with choice of either French Fries or Carrots $6.99

    Fresh from the Galley
    Sandwiches served on Toasted Multigrain Bread
    Starboard Deck Sandwich - ham with tomatoes, broccoli slaw and cheese $6.89
    Anchors Aweigh Sandwich - white tuna with lettuce and tomato $6.69
    Lighthouse Sandwich - hummus with tomato & broccoli slaw $6.49

    Fair Weather Fare
    Half Sandwich and Cup of soup $6.69
    Garden Galley Salad - mixed greens with chicken, pecans, pineapple and feta cheese $6.99


    Kids' Picks
    For Guests 9 and under
    All meals include choice of two sides: grapes, carrot sticks or applesauce.
    Choice of: 1% Mickey Milk, small bottled water or apple juice.

    Macaroni and Cheese - $3.99

    Grilled Chicken with Cheese - $3.99

    Sugar-free Jello $1.19
    Galley Extras
    French Fries - $1.99
    Potato Chips - $1.29
    Coleslaw - $.99
    Chocolate Cake - $3.59
    Apple Crisp $3.59
    Bowl of Vegetarian Chili $4.49
    Bowl of New England Clam Chowder $4.49
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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by sdmom View Post
    Thanks. Shoot, I was hoping to try it on my solo trip to MK. I guess I'll need to make a point of it next time at DL.

    Any diner worth its salt will make you a monte cristo - with a side of lipitor.

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by WDW Monorail View Post
    I have been searching through many restaurant menus and have yet to find a Monte Cristo Sandwich currently being sold at WDW.

    You can get a croque monsieur at lunch at Chefs de France. Not quite the "fast-fooded up" version that a Monte Cristo is but I like 'em. But then I like Gruyere cheese. It's ham and gruyere cheese, fried like a monte cristo - no turkey - and for the love of all that is holy, do not ask for powdered sugar on it.

    Croque-madames are good too - they are the same, but have a fried egg on top (use you imagination as to why that changes the sandwich from a Mr. to a Mrs.)

    Ah, add the egg. That brings back late night college memories after the bars closed of cheese steak hogies with two fried eggs and bacon on them. Any wonder why Lipitor is my friend


    Edit; I have never had the croque monsieur at EPCOT. Don't want anyone to think I am endorsing it. I have had them elsewhere and they are good. For all I know, EPCOT's may be excellent.

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by evilqueenrocks View Post
    Kids' Picks
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    All meals include choice of two sides: grapes, carrot sticks or applesauce.
    Choice of: 1% Mickey Milk, small bottled water or apple juice.
    Macaroni and Cheese - $3.99

    Of Course it's ONLY 1% Mickey Milk! You just don't
    get very much milk, by milking a Mouse. 99% of it
    is good ol' cow milk.

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Folks, you can NOT expect the same quality of things from DL at WDW...and that extends to some food items to die for.

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN View Post
    Folks, you can NOT expect the same quality of things from DL at WDW...and that extends to some food items to die for.

    What food items might those be ?

    Please don't say the Monte Cristo - unless DL makes some sort of special monte cristo that is not the over fried, dusted with powdered sugar, fast-food america, lets take a food that has flavor and add breading, sugar, and, oh yeah, another meat just for kicks and a blander cheese because people may be offended if they taste someting besides sugar and bland fats.

    Brought to you by the same people that think when a pizza place advertises "now with a sweeter sauce" is a good thing.

    Or Dunkin Dounuts offeres a "sweeter, moister, scone" - or in other words "more sugar, higher fat content (trans fat if you must know), thing we call a scone but in no way resembles an actual scone"


    OK - sliding away the food soapbox now.




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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    you can always make one yourself:

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    The count of Monte Cristo now is sandwitch? XDDDD
    Had no idea LOOOLLLL
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    You're the blind to lead the blind.And I walk the wicked way!
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    tres, cuatro, cierra la puerta,
    cinco, seis, mira el crucifijo
    siete, ocho, no duermas aún
    nueve, diez, nunca dormirás...

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    I get the Monte Cristo at Bennigan's. They are really good. We also make our own at home...go to http://www.recipegoldmine.com/classy...ssyclones.html They have all kinds of restaurant cloned recipes there!!
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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phonedave View Post
    What food items might those be ?
    -dave
    Well Phoneydave.. since you ask: Kakigories. No wait! That's sold at EPCOT. But in relation to DL? I find their mexican fare fares better than what we got at WDW in the same categories.

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN View Post
    Well Phoneydave.. since you ask: Kakigories. No wait! That's sold at EPCOT. But in relation to DL? I find their mexican fare fares better than what we got at WDW in the same categories.

    OK. I have never been to DL, but based on the mexican-esque that I have eaten at WDW I would be inclined to agree with you.

    I have not eaten in San Angel Inn (for a variety of reasons, which I hope to rectify) but they do have a mole poblano and ceviche so unless it's really bad, there are some seemingly good offerings

    I don't think I'll get to San Angel again. It looks like Chefs de France, Le Cellar, and Alfredos (for a last hurrah) this comming Tue/Wed

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    I've never had one, but I know for a fact that they have Monte Cristos at good ol' Jungle Jim's in the Crossroads Shopping Center.

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by WDW Monorail View Post
    There are also many prime dining locations such as V&A and Il Mullino.
    What and where is Il Mullino?

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    Re: Monte Cristo at MK?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheJames View Post
    I've never had one, but I know for a fact that they have Monte Cristos at good ol' Jungle Jim's in the Crossroads Shopping Center.
    Hate to be the one to revise your "fact" that they "have" a Monte Cristo sandwich there...but must sadly report that they don't "have" anything there anymore.

    Because Jungle Jim's at Crossroads is no more. I think it closed right after New Years. I was there just this past January and the place was boarded up and there were signs tacked up advertising the (then) upcoming auction of all the contents of the restaurant.

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