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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Wizzard419 » Jun Mon 25, 2012 10:35 pm

You can try the pigeon (I am guessing it's chicken at Epcot) pie at the moroccan pavillion.

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by leblanan » Jun Tue 26, 2012 2:24 pm

DemonOfMusic wrote:
leblanan wrote:
DemonOfMusic wrote:
I've never been to California Grille... what's the food there like?
The food is fantastic. They've got some great flatbreads, I don't care for sushi, but my family does and they've loved it there as well. For main dishes they have classic filets, pork, chicken, and fish, but all done incredibly well. It's a delicious meal. Plus as an added bonus, you great a beautiful view.
Ooooh, that sounds DELICIOUS! I'm not a sushi girl, but mmmm, flatbreads. Where in the park is it? I'll have to go next time!
You'd love it... My suggestion is go early for your reservation and request a window table overlooking the Magic Kingdom. You sometimes have to wait a little longer, but it's worth it. We've done that twice. Once in the early evening and once during wishes, and they play the music along with the fireworks.
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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Belle1082 » Jun Tue 26, 2012 3:04 pm

mjmcsl4me wrote:
Belle1082 wrote:For sure my favorite taste is hot coffee and a pastry on a chilly morning in Animal Kingdom from the Royal Anandapur Tea Company - preferably on a morning that AK has EMH and the park is empty. The mist is still over the water, the monkeys are just waking up and the old wooden table is a PERFECT place to start the day.
I love how you describe this! Sounds so nice! I will have to remember this when we go back!
I highly recommend doing this - and I promise, it will quickly become a tradition!

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by leblanan » Jun Wed 27, 2012 11:18 am

Belle1082 wrote:
mjmcsl4me wrote:
Belle1082 wrote:For sure my favorite taste is hot coffee and a pastry on a chilly morning in Animal Kingdom from the Royal Anandapur Tea Company - preferably on a morning that AK has EMH and the park is empty. The mist is still over the water, the monkeys are just waking up and the old wooden table is a PERFECT place to start the day.
I love how you describe this! Sounds so nice! I will have to remember this when we go back!
I highly recommend doing this - and I promise, it will quickly become a tradition!
I agree, that was worded perfectly.... We're definitely trying this, our next trip.
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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by mjmcsl4me » Jun Wed 27, 2012 2:41 pm

Belle1082 wrote:
mjmcsl4me wrote:
Belle1082 wrote:For sure my favorite taste is hot coffee and a pastry on a chilly morning in Animal Kingdom from the Royal Anandapur Tea Company - preferably on a morning that AK has EMH and the park is empty. The mist is still over the water, the monkeys are just waking up and the old wooden table is a PERFECT place to start the day.
I love how you describe this! Sounds so nice! I will have to remember this when we go back!
I highly recommend doing this - and I promise, it will quickly become a tradition!
I cannot wait to go back and will definately have to remember this. We usually just grab one of their yummy chocolate chip cookies on the way out at Animal Kingdom but we can always make room for another tradition, coffee, memory, food, etc etc etc...... :D

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Goofyfan » Jun Wed 27, 2012 9:07 pm

mmmmmm Coffee and cookies....heaven :D :goofy:
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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by NaCler » Jun Wed 27, 2012 9:14 pm

Has anyone tried the new waffle sandwiches served at Sleepy Hollow yet? I need to know how they are.

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Wizzard419 » Jun Wed 27, 2012 10:07 pm

Is it like that places in OC (regular sandwiches and burgers in a waffle) or something else?

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by NaCler » Jun Wed 27, 2012 11:38 pm

No burgers but sandwich type items on a waffle:

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99
Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Wizzard419 » Jun Thu 28, 2012 12:19 am

Ah, I think they serve all those at the place here, people like them. The only real difference is that the "bread" is not as tough as normal bread.

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Amy » Jun Thu 28, 2012 6:16 am

NaCler wrote:No burgers but sandwich type items on a waffle:

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99
Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99
I can't imagine waffles tasting great with the first two ingredients, but the nutella and fresh fruit waffle sounds mighty tasty :D

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by cy1229 » Jun Thu 28, 2012 7:47 am

Amy wrote:
NaCler wrote:No burgers but sandwich type items on a waffle:

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99
Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99
I can't imagine waffles tasting great with the first two ingredients, but the nutella and fresh fruit waffle sounds mighty tasty :D
Ellie eats waffles and Nutella for breakfast ALL THE TIME. She will DEFINITELY want that nutella and fresh fruit sandwich. Where is this? What's OC?
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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Belle1082 » Jun Thu 28, 2012 9:36 am

cy1229 wrote:
Amy wrote:
NaCler wrote:No burgers but sandwich type items on a waffle:

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99
Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99
I can't imagine waffles tasting great with the first two ingredients, but the nutella and fresh fruit waffle sounds mighty tasty :D
Ellie eats waffles and Nutella for breakfast ALL THE TIME. She will DEFINITELY want that nutella and fresh fruit sandwich. Where is this? What's OC?
The stand - Sleepy Hollow - is hidden away in Liberty Square. Just as you take a left (before you reach the castle) to go over the bridge to enter Liberty Square - Sleep Hollow is tucked away on the right hand side just after you cross the bridge. It is a great spot, a great view and you can't go wrong with Waffle Sammies!

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Wizzard419 » Jun Thu 28, 2012 10:51 am

cy1229 wrote:
Amy wrote:
NaCler wrote:No burgers but sandwich type items on a waffle:

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99
Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99
I can't imagine waffles tasting great with the first two ingredients, but the nutella and fresh fruit waffle sounds mighty tasty :D
Ellie eats waffles and Nutella for breakfast ALL THE TIME. She will DEFINITELY want that nutella and fresh fruit sandwich. Where is this? What's OC?

Orange County, CA (also where disneyland is located).

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Re: Disney Tastes

Post by Wizzard419 » Jun Thu 28, 2012 10:53 am

Amy wrote:
NaCler wrote:No burgers but sandwich type items on a waffle:

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99
Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99
I can't imagine waffles tasting great with the first two ingredients, but the nutella and fresh fruit waffle sounds mighty tasty :D

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Anyway, the first one is a classic american/southern combo (as well as So Cal since they can be found in the urban areas)

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