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Unread 17 May 19, 09:40 PM  
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Love Tusker House, the carved ham and round sausage are my favourite parts too. I like your tip for a slightly later breakfast having done a few attractions first, we might do this in future.

Its a pity Planet Hollywood was a bit of a let-down, we ate there a few years ago and enjoyed it.

I cannot believe that massive snack haul!

I agree about the heating taking away some of your appetite at the start, I am often too tired to eat much in the evening too.

Very interested to hear your thoughts on the DDP, I thought youd get to the end of your POFQ stay and wish you were there with DDP a little longer so was surprised to see you felt differently.

I too am tempted by QSDP but the restaurant planning is my favourite aspect when looking forward to a trip and I know youre much the same so Id be surprised to see you settle for QSDP in the past.
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BREAD BOX CITYWALK

Wed checked in at Royal Pacific Resort and did a couple of hours at Volcano Bay. Our room was ready early so once sorted we headed to Citywalk for lunch before hitting the parks.

I had pre bought the Universal Dining plan which is $23.99 per adult. Some say its not good value but weve done ok with it. Its a combo meal including drink, snack and a drink.

Bread Box on Citywalk is part of the plan and always looks good so we decided to give it a whirl.



Its counter service but orders are brought to the table. Each hot melt sandwich comes with fries or tata tots.

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Evie went for the Hot Turkey Platter. Smokehouse turkey, applewood bacon, smoked gouda, tomato, tomato aioli, multi-grain with fries. She was being fussy and didnt like it. We thought it was good.



Lily had the 4 Cheese Platter
Muenster, fontina, Wisconsin cheddar, Parmesan, sliced brioche with tata tots. She loved this.



Kelly went for the Patty Melt. Ground beef, fontina, muenster, cheddar, caramelized onions, Texas toast with fries. She really enjoyed this.





I had the Smokey Brisket. Hickory smoked, shaved thin, smoked gouda, caramelized onions, horseradish cream, multi-grain with tata tots. This was really really good.





Fountain drinks as well and not in a paper cup.

We all really enjoyed this(bar Evie) wed definitely return.

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ANTOJITOS CITYWALK



We wanted to try something different so thought wed give Antojitos on Citywalk a go. Really pleased we did. It was lovely. We went straight from the parks about 6.45pm so it wasnt to busy.



Tortilla chips and salsa were brought to the table. This took away any need for an appertisers which I dont think we would have got anyway. These were good but we had to stop ourselves from eating them all.





I treated myself to a beer.



There was live music as well which was nice so made for a good atmosphere.



For mains Lily had kids tacos with beef. She didnt really like them but still ate enough.



Kelly and Evie has chicken fajitas for two. They both really like enjoyed them. It was served with peppers, cheese, pico de giao, guacamole, sour cream and lovely soft tortillas. There was plenty of chicken for them





I had steak fajitas for one. I really enjoyed these.



Definitely somewhere wed go again.

It was around $90.

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Just catching up. Looks delicious!

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VOODOO DONUTS

Time to check out all the hype.



There was a bit of queue but it didnt take too long to get served. You can see the selection while you queue but it still felt a bit panicky aboutwhich ones to choose!





We selected 8 in total. I chose the Memphis Mafia and Voodoo Doll, Kelly had the Peanut Cake, the Portland cream, Evie had a chocolate ring and Dirt, Lily had a glazed and Little Pink.

So the verdict. First off they were well expensive! Whe you spend that amount on donuts you expect them not to be piled on top each other in the box. When we lifted them out, the bottom ones were stuck to the top ones which Kelly wasnt happy with.



I loved my Memphis Mafia and Voodoo Doll. Really tasty. Kelly hated her Peanut cake. To be fair it wasnt great but she liked the Portland cream. Evie thought the Dirt was really dry but liked the chocolate ring. Lily loved both of hers.

I didnt take pictures of them all as they weren't photogenic after they came out of the box.











A mixed bag overall. Very expensive if you ask me. The girls and a Kelly want to try different ones tonight

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Love the sound of bread box!... have added it to my list 😋
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I havent considered breadbox before but your review has made me think again - your meal and Lilys are both right up our street!
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Mmm the Mexican food looks delicious!

How expensive were the expensive doughnuts?
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