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May 28, 2008
St. Louis, Missouri
September 14, 2005
From journal A Great Time in Orlando!
April 18, 2010
Bordentown, New Jersey
October 4, 2000
From journal Week in Disney World
February 15, 2007
From journal My First Trip to Disney World!
June 30, 2006
From journal Eating in Disney World
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
April 2, 2005
The restaurant looks very elegant on the outside, with glass domes and glass windows around the entire exterior. Inside, it's all you care to eat from a decent spread of salads, main dishes, and desserts. There's even a special station for children with chicken fingers, corn, and macaroni and cheese. For my meal, I started out with some whole-wheat dinner rolls and mixed greens with a fruity vinaigrette. Then I moved onto to some wonderfully flavorful shredded pork (similar to what you get in Hawaii at a luau). I also had some garlic mashed potatoes, cornbread, salmon, and snap peas. For dessert, I tried the bread pudding, apple cobbler, and tiramisu. My son had an ice-cream sundae with chocolate sprinkles.
The highlight was seeing how excited the children were (including my son) when the characters stopped by each of the tables. It's a nice setup, because the characters spend enough time at each table to take photos and sign autographs. There's no waiting in line like with the photo ops in the theme parks themselves. For the price, it is a good value, with good to above-average food and quality time with the characters!
From journal Spring Break at Walt Disney World
by Kim M.
Key West, Florida
January 13, 2003
I could not even begin to describe the exact buffet selections to you. There are many choices of meats and vegetables, a salad bar, a sandwich bar, and a dessert bar. Even drinks are included. During the meal, Pooh, Eyore, Tigger, Piglet, and Rabbit work the room, signing autographs and posing for photos.
Every table gets its own special moment with the characters and kids love the special attention. Even adults who feel like kids get their own special moment. If you are interested in meeting a certain beloved character, just let the staff know and they will try to make sure that that character comes to you. Pooh and his friends can only stay out for about 15 minutes at a time, so you may have to eat slowly and wait awhile in order to meet all of the characters. My parents and sister loved the buffet for dinner when they went, and the return trip with me for lunch was equally as good.
DO make reservations. Even with priority seating, we had to wait about an hour. Turnover is very slow at character meals because (understandably) everyone wants to both eat and meet all of the characters. Plan to spend a long time here and you'll really enjoy yourself.
From journal Second Childhood Courtesy of Disney
St. Marys, Georgia
August 1, 2009
January 14, 2008