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We are headed to Disney beginning of February with a 15 yog, 11yob, 7yog. What dining experience should we really try for? Is there anything else that might be a must. My older kids don't remember Disney and youngest hasnt ever been.
- Asked by Katherine from KS on 12/9/2011
I have children similar in age to yours, so hopefully their
favorites can be some of yours too! Here are some of our favorites in
The Columbia Harbour House offers
excellent sandwiches, soups and salads at a counter service restaurant.
Its worth the visit to the upper seating area so that you can overlook
both Fantasyland and Liberty Square from a unique perspective. Since this is a quick service restaurant, you won't need a reservation.
My kids love Teppan Edo in the Japan Pavillion.
This hibachi style restaurant offers tons of entertainment and a great
meal at the same time! While perennial favorites are the Teriyaki
chicken and udon noodles, there are also great seafood and vegetarian
options here. A close runner up is Les Chefs de France in the France
Pavillion. Definitely a restaurant that's worth a visit!
Without a doubt, our family's favorite is Yak
& Yeti. An Asian inspired menu that always has plenty of options
for everyone. The lettuce cups, lo mein and fried wontons with
pineapple and cream cheese are among our favorite items to dine on
: This one is a tough choice! Both the Sci-fi Dine-In
Theater and the 50's Prime Time Cafe offer great entertainment with your
meal. At Sci-Fi, you can dine in a car while watching terrible, but
amusing, science fiction movie clips. At 50's Prime Time, you'll be
transported back to Mom's kitchen. Mind your manners, or else you may
just find yourself in hot water! For a more leisurely dinner, Mama
Melrose offers wonderful Italian food in a great atmosphere.