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Breakfast anyone?

Post by kcookiebaker » Sep Mon 07, 2009 5:52 am

Some suggestions for "where to go for breakfast and what to order when we get there," please.

I know there are "specialties" at certain restaurants...but I don't know what they are, and we like breakfast...any park, any hotel, we' open to ideas. Thanks in advance.

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Post by rknrlrcstr » Sep Mon 07, 2009 8:22 am

For breakfast, if you are near the Polynesian, try Kona Cafe and order the Tonga Toast or the Big Kahuna. But also make sure you bring your appetite and don't plan on an early lunch.
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Post by MadEye » Sep Mon 07, 2009 9:22 am

Starring Rolls Cafe at Hollywood Studios has awasome croissants.
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Post by disneylizzy » Sep Mon 07, 2009 10:14 am

I really like getting a cinnamon roll from the bakery on Main St. in MK.

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Post by boilerbabe » Sep Mon 07, 2009 10:25 am

rknrlrcstr wrote:For breakfast, if you are near the Polynesian, try Kona Cafe and order the Tonga Toast or the Big Kahuna. But also make sure you bring your appetite and don't plan on an early lunch.
You read my mind!!!

I also enjoy the Mickey waffles! :D Usually the resort quick services have these.
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Post by 99Soulz » Sep Mon 07, 2009 10:59 am

boilerbabe wrote:
rknrlrcstr wrote:For breakfast, if you are near the Polynesian, try Kona Cafe and order the Tonga Toast or the Big Kahuna. But also make sure you bring your appetite and don't plan on an early lunch.
You read my mind!!!

I also enjoy the Mickey waffles! :D Usually the resort quick services have these.
3rd vote for Kona - definitely my favorite spot for breakfast. Running close behind is Crystal Palace, you have to sneak over to the kids buffet to get the french toast, nothing like you've eaten before.

For a quick breakfast, Starring Rolls and Main St Bakery in the parks, and Boardwalk Bakery for resorts.

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Post by leblanan » Sep Mon 07, 2009 1:41 pm

Tonga Toast is amazing! Definitely the #1 spot for breakfast, but also I love the breakfast potato's at Oliva's at Old Key West.
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Post by WDWGolfer » Sep Mon 07, 2009 2:31 pm

[quote="leblanan"]Tonga Toast is amazing! Definitely the #1 spot for breakfast, but also I love the breakfast potato's at Oliva's at Old Key West.[/quote]

I agree Oliva's it is pretty awesome. However the best place in my mind is Whispering Canyon Café.

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Post by missynole » Sep Tue 08, 2009 7:02 am

Seems like the clear winner is the Tonga Toast at the Poly. I happen to like the Beignets at PO-FQ. Love the powdered sugar all over my face! Kid at heart really!

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Post by timekeeper » Sep Tue 08, 2009 7:38 am

MadEye wrote:Starring Rolls Cafe at Hollywood Studios has awasome croissants.
The chocolate croissants are to die for.... I always pick one up and enjoy while Dh and Dd are on rock-n-roll...

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Post by boilerbabe » Sep Tue 08, 2009 9:57 am

DH and I have never tried Starring Rolls Cafe, is this just a quick service at DHS or can you sit down somewhere?! We know where it is, just never ventured in. I'm a Choco-holic, so that choc. croissant sounds awesome!!!
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Post by rknrlrcstr » Sep Tue 08, 2009 10:07 am

Starring Rolls (from what I remember) is a counter service. You enter through one door, slide along and make your selection. You pay for your food at the end, and proceed outdoors. There are a few tables nearby, or you can eat on the run. I think it's similar to Boulangerie Patisserie in the French Pavilion.
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Post by rknrlrcstr » Sep Tue 08, 2009 10:10 am

leblanan wrote:

"Tonga Toast is amazing! Definitely the #1 spot for breakfast, but also I love the breakfast potato's at Oliva's at Old Key West."

-Oh yes, I remember those potatoes at Olivia's. Cheesy and yummy. Last time I had them were many years ago, when they hosted a character breakfast of Pooh and Friends. Oh the memories!
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Post by timekeeper » Sep Tue 08, 2009 11:34 am

rknrlrcstr wrote:Starring Rolls (from what I remember) is a counter service. You enter through one door, slide along and make your selection. You pay for your food at the end, and proceed outdoors. There are a few tables nearby, or you can eat on the run. I think it's similar to Boulangerie Patisserie in the French Pavilion.
Correct, its at the intersetion of tower of terror road and Hat main street, according to DD. Right next to the villians shop.

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Post by MadEye » Sep Tue 08, 2009 12:35 pm

timekeeper wrote:Correct, its at the intersetion of tower of terror road and Hat main street, according to DD. Right next to the villians shop.
You mean Hollywood (latter) and Sunset (former) Blvd. :)
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