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October 2, 2009
February 15, 2007
From journal My First Trip to Disney World!
July 8, 2005
From journal Epcot WDW - World Showcase
by E. B.
March 29, 2003
It's extremely crowded there. The lines push past the hallways, so you have to struggle to get in or out. Trying to get around the place is tough because of the long lines. To use the bathroom, I had to exit the building, go around to the entrance near the bathroom, then walk into the restaurant to even get to the restroom. I had left my sister in line to order her food while I ran off to the turkey leg stand. When I returned, I thought my sister would have been seated already, but she was still in line, waiting for her food.
Also the restaurant is not very handicapped friendly because of the crowds. I think there was an elevator, but I couldn't get to it. If you are not good with stairs, stay out of this place. I had to help my sister up the stairs, which is tough with food trays! Forget trying to squeeze past anyone at peak lunch hours.
From journal Two Adults Do Disney!
by Kim M.
Key West, Florida
January 13, 2003
Fried chicken fingers and fish basket
Fried chicken tenders basket
Fried fish basket
(All above with carrots or fries.)
Clam chowder in bread bowl
Chili in bread bowl
I had the fish and thought that it was delicious. It was fried just right and the fries were nice and crispy. Vinegar and tartar sauce were available. My Mom had a salad which she also enjoyed, though she was unable to finish all of it. It was big. Another woman at our table tried a sandwich, which she enjoyed.
The atmosphere is very nice. You dine inside a building made up to look like an old dockside inn. We were in a private room upstairs because of the tour, but it looked like the downstairs was nice too. You don''t need reservations as this is what Disney terms a "counter service" restaurant.
From journal Second Childhood Courtesy of Disney
Merrick, New York
June 8, 2002
From journal Delicious Dining in Walt Disney World