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Old 15 Feb 17, 08:24 AM  
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Disney have now purchase it on their web site that the new planet Hollywood does accept DDP.
I know people had rang etc and already been told this but it's always better to see it official lol
However with all the bad reviews will anyone actually be going?

Also is the milkshake classed as a drink or a desert 🍰
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Thanks . Just booked for may. I figured if it's really not great then it's no big deal ( not the first bad meal we will have had ). Plus I love L.A lasagne.
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I don't fancy it with all the poor reviews but I do think my children would enjoy ordering the milkshakes so if they are classed as a drink on the DDP not a desert we might try it.
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I've cancelled our reservation after the bad reviews. We are going to House of Blues instead.
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I don't fancy it with all the poor reviews but I do think my children would enjoy ordering the milkshakes so if they are classed as a drink on the DDP not a desert we might try it.
I would be flabbergasted if they were eligible as a drink on the DDP due to the cost.
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I would be flabbergasted if they were eligible as a drink on the DDP due to the cost.
Agreed, I doubt many places include milkshakes in their ddp offers. Typically I've always found it's a fountain drink, so coke, lemonade etc.
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We've had milkshakes on the DDP at Sci-Fi Dine In (for both our drink and dessert) and at the old Planet Hollywood. I believe you get them at 50s Prime Time too.
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Definitely had ours included at Prime Time but I'd be really surprised if these milkshakes at Planet Hollywood would count as your drink. Maybe dessert.
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I would be happy if they were included as a dessert. I don't think I could manage a main, milkshake as a drink then a dessert on top. I had a pb&j milkshake as my dessert at 50's Prime Time Diner and it was perfect as I had a coke to drink.
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I would only want to try the milkshake for the novelty factor because the toppings don't actually look that appealing but I think my children would want us to order one or two, the deserts however look about the best things on the menu especially the keylime pie one 😜
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