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Old 7 Mar 24, 05:28 PM  
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Which restaurants should we try

Iím clued up on restaurants in WDW but dlp.
Any must do ones? Not bothered about characters anymore but I do have a fussy eater who mainly eats chips chicken pizza and pasta.
Kids are 12&13
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Old 7 Mar 24, 05:40 PM  
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We last went 15 years ago! But remember the Pizzeria Bella Notte very fondly. Pizza, pasta, salad, garlic bread... indoors or better outdoors where you see the characters coming and going as there is a "back door" entrance/exit for them opposite the walkway outside.

Last time we went there was an impromptu Princesses with their Princes dance going on right in front of the seating area.
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Old 7 Mar 24, 08:16 PM  
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I've not been for a few years but always love the Rainforest Cafe in the Disney Village. I love Captain Jack's in the Pirates ride, but it isn't great for fussy eaters. The ambience and view are amazing though.
I also really like the Silver Spur Steakhouse and have had several good meals there.
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Old 7 Mar 24, 09:54 PM  
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I've not been for a few years but always love the Rainforest Cafe in the Disney Village. I love Captain Jack's in the Pirates ride, but it isn't great for fussy eaters. The ambience and view are amazing though.
I also really like the Silver Spur Steakhouse and have had several good meals there.
Itís a few years since I have been there but I thought the location of Captain jacks is great and unique but the menu is incredibly limited and the food less than mediocre. If it want where it was it would be empty
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PYM kitchen is a great buffet with a good mix of Ďbrowní food and other bits with a good fun theme.
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Colonel Haiti's is great for quick serve pizza and pasta. Or Vapiano in the village for a more sit-down meal!
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Brasserie Rosalie has just opened, looks a classic French bistro but hugey overpriced. Likewise the Royal Pub which looks like Wetherspoons food at Ritz prices!

We have Pym Kitchen booked but as our next trip is a budget(ish) one staying offsite, we will probably eat in Val díEurope more.

We donít rate the counter service food (agonisingly slow queues, although mobile ordering should help) and the food is so-so at best. That said, Hakuna Matata is not bad and Casa de Coco (previously Fuente delíOro) should be decent.

Earl of Sandwich is always reliable.
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Is Earl of Sandwich still open?
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As far as Iím aware!
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If you have fussy eaters then I would avoid the table service restaurants and go for the buffets. At least that way they will find something they like and you won't feel like you've wasted your money.

Pym Kitchen in the Studios has a decent buffet. If you're staying at an onsite hotel then the hotels all have good buffets. These are where we tend to eat now.

For something a bit more special, you may want to look at the menu for Walt's. This is table service in a very nice setting but they have done a macaroni cheese or chilli con carne in the past which my kids like. Also Silver Spur Steakhouse and the nearby Lucky Nugget are good for burgers, good theming, both table service though.

My kids have never liked the food in Remy's or Captain Jacks, which are nicely themed table service restaurants but have always been a waste of money for us.

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