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Oxford, United Kingdom
January 12, 2013
February 15, 2007
From journal My First Trip to Disney World!
July 11, 2005
I had the spaghetti. It was okay, but personally I think the stuff I cook at home is way better. It was huge (enough for two), so I definitely ate more than I should have.
Another member of our party had a goat-cheese appetizer, which I didn't touch, but she said that it was one of the best things she had eaten during the week.
Overall, though it’s the best bet for Magic Kingdom’s sit-down dining, take the monorail to Epcot or a hotel for better choices.
From journal Disney Dining
New York, New York
June 23, 2005
From journal A Review of Disney World
by Kim M.
Key West, Florida
January 13, 2003
Our meal started with a giant salad bowl that we served ourselves from. It's similar to what you get at The Olive Garden. The entrées could have been two meals for us, they were so big. Everything was perfectly cooked and seasoned, too. Our seating was comfortable, and we felt that the atmosphere was a little more elegant than that at some of the other places we had eaten. It also seemed quieter. Perhaps it was the time of day. Our waiter was very attentive and didn't give us any nasty looks when we asked for one dessert with two forks. We were ready to pop by the time we left.
From journal Second Childhood Courtesy of Disney
North Chicago, Illinois
January 9, 2003
From journal Christmas @ DisneyWorld
Grand Prairie, Texas
June 27, 2001
From journal Walt Disney World
by Sue Carr
September 1, 2000
From journal Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups