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This is my 4th instalment of Disney food reviewing, sticking with the 'Ok let's try this' title trend.
My number one reason for writing these is I love reading them back months/years later, which is why I've decided to do a pre trip so far in advance, I forget the thought process and organising that goes into these trips.
So we booked our flights a few weeks ago (between Christmas and new year). We're flying indirect MAN-LHR 8.05pm on 30th March, overnight at heathrow and then LHR-MIA at 2.15pm on 31st March. Flights are with BA and the Miami leg is on the A380 which my husband is very excited about.
Our return flights are MIA-MADat 5pm with an hours layover in Madrid before landing in Man at 10am. Flights cost us £400 each for our 2 weeks Easter holidays so we were really pleased with the price.



We're going to drive down to Manchester Friday lunchtime and do meet and greet parking (not yet booked) and we have booked premier inn bath road for our overnight stay at Heathrow, this coat is £45 for the night. There's myself (32), DH (33) and DD (4) so premier inn family rooms are plenty big enough. We also love the premier inn breakfasts and kids eat free so we hope to spend a leisurely morning having breakfast before heading to terminal 3 for our mid afternoon flight to Miami.



We've splurged a little bit and have booked the Miami International Airport Hotel for the night we arrive. The hotel doesn't get the best reviews but I don't think you can beat it for convenience. This has cost us £150 for the night, but means we don't need to stress about getting held up in immigration and navigating our way out of Miami around rush hour. We'll hopefully grab something to eat that evening in the airport.



We're always up ridiculously early on the first morning so we've decided to make the most of this early start, car hire is booked with Alamo to collect at 6am. We've booked a full size car to fit our luggage and pram in but didn't want anything too big as I'll do some driving. Car hire cost us £296 which we were really pleased with, it's been a long time since we got a full size that cheap! We'll set off from Miami and probably drive up the 27 and stop off for breakfast to break up the journey.



We haven't booked our hotel for the bulk of our stay yet. We're thinking of staying at the red lion on the 192 just left of the junction to world drive, so really handy for restaurants and Disney and gets decent reviews. This is a sneaky second 2018 budget trip as our main holiday is booked for August so we're looking for a cheap deal on the hotel, this is coming in at £429 for the 13 nights.



The second week of our holiday isn't classes as peak Easter so the DVC points require per night are quite reasonable. After a couple of days of stalking the availability calendar I spotted 2 consecutive nights at Beach Club resort in our second week, so booked it. With it not being either of our home resorts we'll struggle to get a full holiday here but we've always wanted to stay here and check out stormalong bay, especially for DD who loves swimming. We're going to do 2 nights on the deluxe dining plan as we find this works really well for us. We split the credits over the 3 days and it allows us to do character meals for DD and some of our favourite Disney restaurants with a considerable saving.
So far our plans are-
Check in as BC and then lateish character breakfast at cape may cafe (new). Afternoon in the pool and then dinner at California grill (love the sushi here).
Next day snacks from Boardwalk bakery for breakfast, morning/afternoon at the pool and then if I can snag a reservation we're going to have a go at the kitchen sink at beaches and cream. If not a walk into Epcot for cheddar cheese soup and pouting from the refreshment outpost using snack credits. Dinner that night will be cape may cafe clam bake (one of our favourites).
Check out day we'll get some more snacks from Boardwalk bakery for breakfast, pack up our 'overnight cases' and head to chef Mickey's for lunch (this is DDs absolute favourite, this is the only place she asks to go back to). That evening we've booked homecoming at Disney springs (new). Afterwards we'll head to goofys candy company and spend any left over snacks we may (or may not) have, cupcakes make good breakfasts over the next day or so.



We took advantage of the DVC ticket off that ran until 3rd Jan, $599 for a platinum annual pass. Two trips and saving the parking fees for this trip made it a no brainier. Downside is we can only book 7 days of fastpasses at any one time but we can work round that.
So it's all about the dining!! We're looking for some suggestions of new places to try, but we always end up at our old favourites, so many restaurants so little time (that would have made a good title &#128514.

Breakfasts - we love Cracker Barrel and IHOP.

Lunch we tend to do in the parks/resorts - caseys corner, contempo cafe, boulangerie, Earl of sandwich, flame tree BBQ, backlot express, d'luxe burger.
We'd like to try polite pig and blaze this time.

Dinner - Buffalo Wild Wings, kobe, millers, 4rivers, sweet tomatoes, five guys, Arby's, steak and and shake, Longhorns and tambu lounge for THAT bread pudding. We'd like to try mannys, outback, teak neighbourhood grill and giordanos.

Snacks - plaza ice cream parlour, ample hills creamery, ghirardelli for ice creams and whatever else takes our fancy.



Managed to snap up a 1.00pm reservation for to do the kitchen sink on the Monday. I used the mouse dining website to set up an alert. Never used this before and wasn't sure how successful it would be but low and behold got an email last night telling me there was a reservation that matched my watchlist so opened the app and there it was. Fantastic service can't recommend enough for them sought after reservations.



Update - Sorted a few of our remaining bits and pieces. Booked our hotel, after a bit of second guessing and changing minds between the red lion on the 192 and the clarion inn at lake buena vista (where we stayed last Easter) we settled on the red lion, think we got a pretty good deal for 13 nights - £450.

Took advantage of the increase in the £ vs $ so bought some currency. Got 1.4008 with Thomas Cook so was very pleased with that.



Today is 59 days to go 😊 A week tomorrow is our fastpass day so that's something to start thinking about, we only get to book 7 days of fast passes with our Annual Passes so going to have to prioritise and pick and choose which days to book for initially and fill in the rest when we're there.
Waiting for more information to be released about the flower and garden festival - particularly the menus for the food booths set up for the festival. With staying at beach club for a couple of nights this would be a great opportunity to pop in and sample a few of the food/drink options on offer.



53 days to go - Fastpass day in 2 days. Whilst putting together a loose plan of which park on which day for booking fastpasses and thinking about where we could eat around them plans I thought about lunch at be our guest. We've enjoyed this in the past and it's good value compared with other counter service options in MK. Had a look through MDE and managed to get a reservation for 12.45pm on one of our MK planned days.



We ordered magicband covers from magicyourband off thedibb marketplace for our last trip. These were great and got loads of compliments from cast members when scanning them. Can't recommend highly enough and really cheap too. We'll be taking these again this year!



I bought some Epcot style Mickey ears from Etsy for our last trip but these unfortunately didn't come in time, so I'll be taking them along this time.



So fastpass day...
After leaving Miami around 6am we hope to head to magic kingdom after lunch.
Day 1 : MK - Meet Mickey Mouse 12.40-1.40, splash mountain 1.40-2.40, Seven dwarfs mine train 2.50-3.50
Day 2 : EP - Test track 9.10-10.10
Day 3 : AK - Kilimanjaro safari 10.25-11.25, Kali river rapids 11.25-12.25, Navi river ride 12.45-1.45
Day 4 : HS - Star tours 9.40-10.40, Toy story mania 10.40-11.40, Tower of terror 11.40-12.40
Day 6 : EP - meet Mickey and friends 9.10-10.10, spaceship earth 10.10-11.10, Frozen 11.25-12.25
Day 7 : MK - Big thunder mountain 10.35-11.35, Enchanted takes with belle, 11.40-12.40 (12.45 lunch at BOG), Seven dwarfs mine train 1.40-2.40
Day 10 - AK : (check out of Beach club, 12.00 brunch at Chef Mickey's) 1.40-2.40 Meet Mickey, 2.40-3.40 Flight of passage, 3.40-4.40 Kali river rapids

Really pleased with the fastpasses we were able to secure, day 1 was actually 52 days out due to us not checking into Beach club until day 8 but there were still plenty of fastpasses available at good times. Flight of passage was available for our first Animal Kingdom day (day 3) but it was at 8.25pm which was too late for us. We will book fastpasses for our remaining days as we use a day at a time.



And so it was time to begin the journey home 😭 We packed up the rest of our stuff and left the Radisson just before 11, we called in at publix for some snacks to take home and set off for the airport. We were the first people in the line for VA check in and had about a 40 minute wait for the check in desks to open. After dropping our bags we went for lunch at chili's



We each got a Coke to drink.



DH and I both ordered the blue cheese crisps. These were chicken tenders covered in buffalo sauce and blue cheese dressing with blue cheese crumbled on top. They were served with fries and blue cheese dip. These were delicious! We used to eat at chilis a lot the first few times we came to Florida (2007), my fave meal was buffalo chicken fajitas but they'd stopped doing them, these were exactly that in fajita form. I thoroughly enjoyed these.



DD had a grilled cheese with fries. She really enjoyed this. It's just a toasted cheese sandwich really.



The bill came to $39.57, considering it's an airport restaurant it didn't seem any more expensive than a regular chili's.



DH and I got a latte each airside, these were $4.05 for the 'grande'



We were a little late boarding due to them cleaning the aircraft and took off about 40 mins late. Shortly after take off they came round with pretzels and and a drinks service, i had a white wine.



These were the choices for the main meal.



We all had the teriyaki chicken. This had a really funny taste, in not sure how teriyaki sauce can taste so strange. It was served with a bread roll, butter, cheese, crackers and soft cheese spread. These were all fine. The dessert was a red velvet cakelove pot, this was ok, very sickly and the cake didn't really have much taste, it just tasted of sweet frosting.



Just before landing breakfast was served. This was blueberry yoghurt and a pot of melon. The melon was not juicy at all.



There was also a pain an chocolate which was really dry.



This was served with a choice of tea or coffee, so I had a tea.



All in all we had an absolutely fantastic time. I just want to thank every single person who has read along with us and for your comments.
Not sure when we will be next returning; the plan at the moment looks like 2 weeks next summer using DVC points.



So today's our last full day. So the plan was breakfast/coffee in the room, sort most of the packing so we know how much space we have for more souvenirs! We headed to magic kingdom just before lunch and passed under this arch for the last time this trip 🙁



After a few rides we stopped for a few snacks. DD got a Mickey's premium ice cream bar. This cost $5.



She couldn't quite manage it all so I finished it off for her, I love the chocolate on these!



DH and I shared a warm cinnamon roll. This was $4.49 and absolutely huge! It was easily big enough for the two of us. There was loads of icing on it and it was really good!



We also got a le fou's brew to share between us. This was $5.49 and really good as usual.



We had an early dinner in cosmic rays, it was really quiet in there around 4.30pm which was great! We got a Coke to share.



DH had a bacon burger with fries. There is a fixings bar here where you can help yourself to onions, mushrooms, tomato, lettuce and jalapeños. They supply little cardboard trays for you to put your fixings in so you don't need to load your burger up with them there and then.



DD and I had the chicken nuggets meal between us. This was an 8 piece meal but I counted 12 pieces of chicken. The have he most amazing honey mustard sauce and barbecue sauce in little plastic containers here, the nuggets were fab dipped in them! We thoroughly enjoyed this meal!



The total came to $27.98 and there was more than enough for the 3 of us.



Later we stopped for a couple of ice treats. DD had a strawberry fruit bar. This was $4, it was a strawberry ice lolly with real bits of strawberry in it. I finished this off for her and thought it was really tasty and refreshing.



All 3 of us shared a Minute Maid frozen lemonade, this was $4.50. I love how tart this is! So good!



We had a great final day in magic kingdom and stayed for the fireworks. We were that busy we didn't realise we ate so little! For anyone worried about crowds and lack of extra fast passes on the day we managed: Peter Pan (FP), 7dmt (FP), Winnie the Pooh (FP), met pooh and tigger, big thunder mountain (FP), meet Ariel (FP), carousel, barnstormer (FP), meet Cinderella and elena (FP), mad hatters tea cups (FP), tomorrowland transit authority, buzz lightyear (FP), met buzz lightyear, met rapunzel and Tiana (FP) and barnstormer again (FP). We staked out a spot on main st for the fireworks about 20 mins before and left right after they finished.



We got up and had coffee in our room before heading down to the pool for a while. After an hour or so in the pool we got sorted and headed for lunch at whispering canyon cafe at wilderness lodge. DH and I had pomegranate lemonade and DD had a coke. This pomegranate lemonade makes a nice change from Coke.



DD order the kids chicken nuggets with fries. I tried these and absolutely love Disney chicken nuggets! They're so crispy



DH and I both went for the all you can eat skillet. It came with a serving or cornbread and salted whipped butter. This is absolutely delicious! It tasted like sponge cake but with a courser texture, really good!



The skillet had pulled pork, ribs, chicken, sausage, beans, mashed potato and corn on the cob. The ribs were quite chewy but the rest was really good. We got more corn on the cob as we really enjoyed that.



Our server asked DD if she wanted ketchup and this happened......
Love the attitude and antics of the servers here, it makes it a really fun experience



We used DH's annual pass for 20% discount here and so our total came to $52.17. It's the same skillet you get at dinner time but it's cheaper at lunch so with the discount it was foot value for a Disney table service meal.



After lunch we headed over to fort wilderness and DD did the pony ride. This is $8 and you lead them round a set track following arrows sat on a pony, this was great. It only lasts 5 minutes but DD absolutely loved it! It's a fantastic activity for young children.



We then drove over to Hollywood studios for the rest of the afternoon, we had dinner at the backlot express. This is the first time in 11 trips I have ever eaten here. We got 2 1/3lb angus bacon burgers, and 2 soft drinks to share between the 3 of us. The burgers were good, we realised we hadn't had a plain old Disney burger yet this holiday so that's what we were on the look out for.



We also got a Darth Vader cupcake to share between us. This was a chocolate peanut butter cupcake and was chocolate cake topped with peanut butter cream and covered in chocolate ganache and sprinkles. It was delicious! DH said it was the best cupcake he's had!



Backlot express also does 20% annual pass discount so our total came to $29.95.



We left Hollywood studios and got the boat to the boardwalk, we had a lovely walk around the lake and the sunset was stunning this evening.



After a lap of the lake we called in at ample hills creamery. This is one of my favourite places at Disney. DD was having a nap in her pram so DH and I shared a ooey gooey butter cake sundae. We chose chocolate milk and cookies & chocolate ice cream with caramel sauce which was topped with whipped cream. Unfortunately with the whipped cream it doesn't make for the best photo! This cost $8.49 but it was more than enough to share between two. I love the ooey gooey butter cake, it's so rich and chewy! I always describe it was a cross between shortbread and blondie. I need to find a recipe for it!



We had a game of mini golf at fantastic gardens, the game is included with the 14 day ultimate tickets but DH had to pay as it's not included with an annual pass, he did get 15% discount off regular price and it cost him $12. When we were done we returned to the hotel and tonight's drink of choice was a grape-a-Rita. This is actually really nice, probably my favourite of the a-Rita range I've tried.



Another lateish startthis morning. We decided to do a stint in magic kingdom so thought the best plan would be breakfast before we get there and then leave for dinner.
We chose IHOP for breakfast as it's just down the road and we enjoyed it so much on our first morning. We enjoyed it so much we got pretty much exactly the same again! DD had Coke and DH had coffee.



I had a dole fruit juice mix recommended by our server. This just tasted like tropical juice but was nice.



DD had the create a face pancake...... again.



DH had the big breakfast, this also came with 2 pancakes.



And I had the 2 x 2 x 2, I chose my eggs scrambled and 2 slices of bacon.



Total came to $31.65 and was enough to see us through to dinner.



We left IHOP at 11 and we're parking in the mk parking lot by 11.10am. We got quite a lot done in mk despite the summer crowds, we managed 7dmt, splash mountain, haunted mansion, pirates, Winnie the Pooh, Cinderella & elena of Avalon, barnstormer, dumbo and meet Mickey Mouse. Mid afternoon we got in ice cream sundae from plaza ice cream parlour, being creatures of habit we got our usual, the plaza sundae with chocolate and cookies & cream ice cream with hot fudge and peanut butter sauce. These are so good! Hands down best ice cream sundae ever!



This comes to $6.91 and is worth every single penny!



We left mk around 5.30 and drove up towards crossroads to lonestar steakhouse for dinner. DD ordered a Coke and DH and I both had strawberry lemonade. This was really good and was made with real strawberries.



We were given some warm bread rolls and cinnamon butter to eat while we waited for our food, the bread was lovely but the butter was abit strange.



DD went for the kids mac and cheese. You got the choice of a side with that and she went for steak fries. She enjoyed the Mac and cheese but didn't eat many of the chips.



I had the half rack of ribs, you chose 2 side with this. I went for steak fries and paid the extra 99 cents for the cheese and bacon topping. The ribs were so tender and the meat fell right off them, the BBQ sauce was really tasty and there was plenty on them so they weren't dry. The 'fries' were good especially topped with cheese and bacon.



The other side I chose was the signature wedge lettuce. The brought this out as a starter. It was really good, the lettuce was really fresh and crisp and there was loads of blue cheese dressing and blue cheese on top.



DH had the 14oz ribeye. He got the same sides as I did. He really enjoyed this!



This is our most expensive meal so far, the total came to $59.14 but we all enjoyed what we ordered so it was well worth it.



After dinner we called in at the Vinland outlets for a spot of shopping, the outlets are lovely and quiet in the evening, we will definitely shop at this time in the future! When we got back to our hotel I had a few glasses of straw-bet-Rita that we picked up at racetrack gas station. This was really nice and cost about $3.50 for a 25 fl oz can.



This morning we had coffee in the room and decided to grab and early lunch before heading to typhoon lagoon. We settled on steak and shake as it's one of our favourites and out that way. DD ordered a Coke to drink.



Kids eat free all day every day which is great. DD had the steakburger minis with fries. These were 2 mini cheeseburgers, it was a decent sized portion to be fair.



DH and I both got the garlic steakburger. This is one of my favourite burgers ever! I love garlic and there's plenty here! The burger had garlic butter smothered all over it and the bun has garlic salt sprinkled on top. The result is a very moist and very tasty burger. These are $3.99 each, really good value!



DH had a chocolate fudge brownie shake. These are $3.69 and a meal in themselves! There is loads of brownie in there and you need a spoon to eat some of it! This is my usual shake too but I decided to give something else a try for a change.



I had a chocolate peanut butter shake. I absolutely love peanut butter flavour so had to try this! It didn't disappoint, it was so yummy! The only thing I prefer about the chocolate fudge brownie shake is it had brownie in it which I like having the bits to eat. Our total came to $21.24, fantastic value!



We made our way to typhoon lagoon. It's hot hot hot today!!! I grabbed a strawberry frozen drink, this is $5.75 including tax. This wasn't as good as the passion fruit drinks, but I felt I had to try one to be sure 😂 I'll stick to passion fruit from now on.



We didn't last long at typhoon lagoon and came back to the hotel for a swim in the pool, this meant we were able to make it to Kobe for opening at 5pm. Tuesdays are kids eat free if you sign up to the rewards club, I downloaded the app it was really easy. They also have an early bird menu from 5-6pm. For drinks we all got cokes.



Kobe has a sit down regular restaurant section and a hibachi section. We wanted the hibachi, it's very similar to teppan edo at Epcot.



The hibachi menu is sold as 6 courses. First of all is the onion soup. This is nice, it's quite weak tasting but DD absolutely loves it.



Next up is the salad, this comes with a ginger dressing which tastes lovely but has a weird consistency.



They give you 2 sauces for the meats, white 'yum yum' sauce and ginger sauce. I absolutely love the yum yum sauce, I put it on everything!



Next the chef cooks the egg fried rice, this was really tasty with plenty of seasoning and a decent sized serving. That is a full sized dinner plate.



Next up is the veggies, these are cooked in soy sauce and seasoning and were lovely!



Then the noodles were piled on top. By this point I was getting pretty full. The portion sizes are huge!



For meat you have a choice of things like sirloin steak, fillet mignon, chicken, shrimp, salmon or you can have combinations of these. I went for sirloin steak, you got a 6oz serving of the meat/fish. DH went for the steak and shrimp combo and DD had the kids chicken, the kids portion was a 3oz serving. I had my steak medium rare and it was cooked perfectly and was delicious.



This is DD's plate with the chicken. She was ploughing through the pile of food best she could. The kids portion is massive!



With the kids eat free promo we saved the $9 on the kids meal. My sirloin was full price to take advantage of kids eat free, couldn't combine the offer with the early bird so my meal was $21 (early bird price is $17), DH's steak and shrimp is usually $26 but early bird it was $20. Overall our meal came to $53.59, it's our most expensive meal so far but we were absolutely stuffed and the food was really good! They offered to box up DD's leftovers to take with us!



We had a very leisurely lie in this morning, we got up and had coffee in the room.



I don't do cereal for breakfast, I'm more of a toast person so I had hickory BBQ crisps to put me on until we get something more substantial in the parks. Today's plan is Epcot, we always end up at the boulangerie patisserie in France, any other recommendations?



We ended up at our usual boulangerie patisserie lunch location. DD had a ham and cheese croissant. They warmed this and it was delicious as usual.



DH had the apple and Brie sandwich, he also had this warmed. This was really good too.



I had the ham and cheese sandwich. This is ham and cheese in a baguette with butter. This is lovely, the bread is really crispy and chewy like proper French bread. I had this cold.



We also got a meringue for dessert which we all shared. This was just meringue dipped in chocolate. It wasn't great to be honest, there's so many better choices here. The meringue was really hard and not chewy at all.



Total came to $24.71, pretty reasonable priced lunch and we were all full afterwards.



We left Epcot for magic kingdom and on the way out DH stopped at the joffreys stand and got a passion fruit frozen drink. He'd wanted one since he tried mine yesterday. We shared this, it was as good as ever!



We stopped by casey's corner for dinner this evening. We got 2 foot long all beef hot dogs to share between us, there come with fries and cost $10.99 each. There is a small toppings bar inside where you can add cooked onions, raw onion, jalapeños or peppers. We grabbed a few packets of tomato sauce and mustard for them too.



We got a chocolate milk for DD to drink and DH and I shared a minute maid lemonade.



This came to a total of $30.42. We couldn't fault the size of the hot dogs for the price, they were massive! More than enough for the 3 of us.



We stayed for the happily ever after fireworks which I thought were really good but can't decided whether they're as good as wishes. We made a quick getaway and called in at cold stone creamery on our way back to our hotel. Having never been here before it was quite confusing how the ordering worked. DD and I shared a 'gotta have it' size chocolate ice cream with brownie, fudge sauce and chocolate chips. This came to $6.98 with tax and was absolutely huge, more than enough for two of us to completely pig out on, it was really good ice cream too. Sorry about the photo, I had to start eating it in the car as we didn't want it to melt 😂


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Cash/Travellers Cheques
Covent Garden FX  $1.3800
FAIRFX  $1.3685
M&S  $1.3522
Travelex  $1.3600
Prepaid MasterCard Rates
CaxtonFX  $1.3648
FAIRFX  $1.3685
Travelex CP  $1.3600
Updated: 17:30 25/02/2018

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Euro Rates
Cash/Travellers Cheques
Covent Garden FX  €1.1202
FAIRFX  €1.1120
M&S  €1.0877
Travelex  €1.1145
Prepaid MasterCard Rates
CaxtonFX  €1.1104
FAIRFX  €1.1120
Travelex CP  €1.1145
Updated: 17:30 25/02/2018