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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    We have tried most of teh character meals, and are partial to Chef Mickey at the Contempory, Tusker House at Animal Kingdom and Garden Grill at Epcot, based on food and character interaction, my kids LOVED these!
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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by jenn1980 View Post
    We are going next Oct. I have a 1 year old and a 3 year old and can't decide between the donald safari or chef mickey. Which one is better? BTW I did the winnie the pooh one last time and it was so rushed with the characters it was not worth it.

    Thanks for the help
    Tusker house is amazing for bkfast only done chef mickey for dinner but its the same characters...well chef mickeys does have more.
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    Which is better chef Mickey for breakfast or dinner? I really can't decide, we allready have ADR for breakfast but I am thinking maybe I should change it for dinner what do you think?

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    I have never had breakfast there. I have had dinner and loves it!!
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  6. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by disney.princess
    Which is better chef Mickey for breakfast or dinner? I really can't decide, we allready have ADR for breakfast but I am thinking maybe I should change it for dinner what do you think?
    We have dinner an breakfast at chef mickeys in every one of our visits. Both are really good meals. The dessert bar for both breakfast and dinner is amazing. You can't go wrong with either choice.

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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    Well, i do ALOT of dining plans i have beeen too much resturants or places there. however, this made me think i havent been to many character dinings? i have been to the one in animal kingdom which was really fun. And i have also been to the crystal place in magic kingdom a bunch of times like i go ALOT oand like we go like two three times a year so like at least once a year we get reservations for that i love thta one. Howver i am not sur if cinderllas castle dining aera is considered as character dining? Becuase u do see cindrells and when i was there the fairy gomother and her mouse friends came out and i got pictures with my family. I am not sure if it is considered that i would love to find out! well have a magical day.<3
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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    Has anyone gone to Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in Norway for breakfast before?? I haven't and I recently made a reservation there because Cinderella's Castle was booked and we wanted to do Princesses.
    If anyone has, how is the food? and the experience in general?

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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    I've done breakfast at Akershus. I found the food to be ok (American-style), but I LOVED the pastries! The princesses were good too. You meet one in the lobby, and the others go around the resteraunt.
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    We have done the breakfast and enjoyed it.

  11. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Hop2Disney
    We have tried most of teh character meals, and are partial to Chef Mickey at the Contempory, Tusker House at Animal Kingdom and Garden Grill at Epcot, based on food and character interaction, my kids LOVED these!
    I love going to all of the character meals, but my favorite would have to be Chef Mickey at the Contemporary resort. I also love it because it's near the Magic Kingdom, and after eating, you can take the bus there to have a magical time!
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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by Minnie E. Mouse View Post
    I also love it because it's near the Magic Kingdom, and after eating, you can take the bus there to have a magical time!
    We walked it - quicker than waiting for a bus.

    It takes less than 10 minutes to dawdle across to the MK entrance - or 5 minutes to stroll to the MK bus stop.
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  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Winkster

    We walked it - quicker than waiting for a bus.

    It takes less than 10 minutes to dawdle across to the MK entrance - or 5 minutes to stroll to the MK bus stop.
    I agree with you! It is easier to walk, but sometimes I prefer the buses after a tiring day, plus I love the music for each theme park, and talking with other guests and the bus driver!
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    Re: Character Dining at WDW

    Thank you for the replies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pluto27
    Thank you for the replies.
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