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We just booked a last minute trip this weekend which will happen in less than three weeks. Needless to say a lot of the good spots are full but we are willing to eat early or late and be very flexible. One thing I have noticed is that it seems like many more of the table service are 2 credits unless they are buffet. We are looking for one credit meals. It will just be my hubby and I so we would like to go to some more of the quiet places but we want to be able to get there fairly easily using Disney Transportation. Would like to stay away from DTD though and stay with the parks and resorts! Any suggestions? Is there a chart that shows all table service credit requirements?

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Wow...Lots of 1 credit table restaurants spring to mind...So it's just you and hubby..Not Downtown...And easy to get to with Disney transport...and somewhere quiet....I would check out the menus on any WDW site..Off the top of my head..At AKL I loved Sanaa...At PORS I loved Boatwrights...

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Boatwrights at PORS is amazing and sometimes overlooked. Very relaxing and great food. At Epcot I would suggest Chefs de France or Tutto Italia both have great food and I have always been able to get in last minute at these two places. Ohana is wonderful also at the Polynesian and if you haven't been to that resort it is beautiful. They have great drinks at the bar also if you are into a few cocktails. Oh and last but not least Yak and Yeti at AK is amazing food. Hope this helps. Have a great trip.

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We have eaten at Liberty Tree at MK. They usually have openings for lunch although I am not a fan of the family style dinner.
Bomas at AKL is excellent, usually quiet, and very friendly. The food is outstanding.
I also second Yak and Yeti at AK as being a great pic.

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I highly recommend Olivia's at Old Key West. You won't be able to get there easily from your resort, but if you go directly from a park and then return to that park or hop to another park, it will be as easy as going to most resort restaurants. I can all but guarantee that you'll be able to get a table, or an ADR this close to your trip. It will only take one credit. And IMO the food is awesome. Helps if you like seafood, though.

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I have used this Dining Plan PDF a lot when deciding what restaurant to visit:

https://wdpromedia.disney.go.com/media/wdpro-assets/cart/resort-add-ons/dining-plans/2014Dining.pdf?09072013073648

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The Turf Club at SSR is another 1 credit restaurant that you would REALLY enjoy. Wifey and I muchlove it there and try to go frequently.

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Vettelover wrote:
The Turf Club at SSR is another 1 credit restaurant that you would REALLY enjoy. Wifey and I muchlove it there and try to go frequently.

Second that for sure!

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Thanks so much for the great suggestions. We now have an ADR at Boatwright's! So excited as we love Cajun cuisine. This will be our first visit to Port Orleans Riverside and I am really excited about it.

We love seafood and I saw Cape May as an option. Anyone recommend that one? or should we head to Turf Club?

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kywildcatchick wrote:
Thanks so much for the great suggestions. We now have an ADR at Boatwright's! So excited as we love Cajun cuisine. This will be our first visit to Port Orleans Riverside and I am really excited about it.

We love seafood and I saw Cape May as an option. Anyone recommend that one? or should we head to Turf Club?

pssst...seafood...Old Key West...Olivia's....

I know I sound like a broken record (hey, kids, know what that means?), but IMO Olivia's is a much-ignored hidden gem at WDW.

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If you want a quiet, romantic, and non-hectic dinner for you and the hubby, then I definitely echo the suggestion for Olivia and Turf Club. Turf Club, especially if the weather is nice, has an enjoyable outdoor seating area.

Cape May is a disappointment for me in terms of "seafood". The selection and quality if mediocre. They do have a fun breakfast buffet with characters.

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Olivia's was a good restaurant (only at there for b-fast though). The dinner menu looked intriguing.

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kywildcatchick wrote:
Thanks so much for the great suggestions. We now have an ADR at Boatwright's! So excited as we love Cajun cuisine. This will be our first visit to Port Orleans Riverside and I am really excited about it.

We love seafood and I saw Cape May as an option. Anyone recommend that one? or should we head to Turf Club?

Two totaly different types of restaurants. The Seafood buffet at Cape May was good a few years ago, but we haven't been back since, scrappy is not a seafood person. The Turf Club is not buffet, but it is a fabulous restaurant. Love the Grilled New York Strip with Asparagus, Mashed Potatoes, and Lobster Fondue and the Chocolate Espresso Torte with Raspberry Sauce and Vanilla-Port Wine Ice Cream. Just a perfect combo!

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crazycatperson wrote:
kywildcatchick wrote:
Thanks so much for the great suggestions. We now have an ADR at Boatwright's! So excited as we love Cajun cuisine. This will be our first visit to Port Orleans Riverside and I am really excited about it.

We love seafood and I saw Cape May as an option. Anyone recommend that one? or should we head to Turf Club?

pssst...seafood...Old Key West...Olivia's....

I know I sound like a broken record (hey, kids, know what that means?), but IMO Olivia's is a much-ignored hidden gem at WDW.


I really want to try Olivia's for breakfast one day, but I can't figure out how to make it work on this trip I'm currently planning. sad

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Decided on Cape May for breakfast so I can have Mickey waffles with Mickey on my Birthday muchlove mickey

ADR for Turf Club, which by the way really reminds me of the decor we have here at our famous race track in KY, for a nice dinner. Thanks so much for all the help. We are eating at all new places this time and I am so super excited!

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kywildcatchick wrote:
Decided on Cape May for breakfast so I can have Mickey waffles with Mickey on my Birthday muchlove mickey

ADR for Turf Club, which by the way really reminds me of the decor we have here at our famous race track in KY, for a nice dinner. Thanks so much for all the help. We are eating at all new places this time and I am so super excited!

Just a heads up, Mickey is not at the Cape May breakfast. It's just Minnie, Goofy and Donald Puzzled

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Spook wrote:
kywildcatchick wrote:
Decided on Cape May for breakfast so I can have Mickey waffles with Mickey on my Birthday muchlove mickey

ADR for Turf Club, which by the way really reminds me of the decor we have here at our famous race track in KY, for a nice dinner. Thanks so much for all the help. We are eating at all new places this time and I am so super excited!

Just a heads up, Mickey is not at the Cape May breakfast. It's just Minnie, Goofy and Donald Puzzled

That's right. Mickey is not at Cape May's breakfast.

If you want breakfast with the characters, including Mickey, and you can't stand the hectic atmosphere of Chef Mickey, try Tusker House.

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Minnie works for me!! Chef Mickeys makes me want to run for the hills eek

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