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Unread 9 May 19, 09:20 AM  
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Eating out advice

I am afraid we are really boring when it comes to our likes of food.

We like chicken and steak and not much else !

Which restaurants would suit us for a pre booked lunch or dinner ?
Most of the menus I am looking at seem to be a lot of seafood and fancy foods is there anywhere that just does some american kind of foods ?

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Bistro Chez Remy does the best steak I have ever had at DLP. The sauce is on the side so its just steak and chips, cant get plainer than that!

Or the Steakhouse in the Village too.

Annettes does burgers but you cant pre book. If you avoid busy times (just after parade) you shouldnt have to wait long.
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In addition to Gill H's recommendations above, there is also the Silver Spur Steakhouse in Frontierland.

You might also want to check out Planet Hollywood and Rainforest Cafe in the Village, they pretty much have 'American' type menus.
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for plain food , toad hall does a tradditional british fish and chips. Also in the village you could try five guys, or if you dont mind pasta then vapiano is good as they cook to order and you can select your own ingredients.
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Annette's in the village we found to have 'american' style food which was good burgers etc...
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Annette's is a classic American diner as is Cafe Des Cascadeurs

If you want quick counter service try Cowboy Cookout in Frontierland.

For steak, also in Frontierland try Silver Spur Steakhouse. In Disney Village there's also The Steakhouse

Click each of the above links, they link to the menus so you can have a look! You can find all of them and a great DLP dining guide here
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Silver Spur gets mixed reviews. We paid extra for the more expensive menu and had a nice steak there though.

Remy still the best for steak and overall theming though.
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