Favorite table service breakfast in WDW?

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Favorite table service breakfast in WDW?

We don't eat breakfast enough in WDW. Usually we're sleeping in or running to rope drop! What are your favorite places and menu items for table-service breakfast?

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Im with you. We never do breakfast there. We usually eat something in the room before we trek out.... but we do plan on trying ohana sometime

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Like wise with us it's usually a toasted bagel with peanut butter of some other similar exceptionally nutritious breakfast silly However we make it a point to go to Port Orleans to the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at least once every trip for their beignets and to visit our favorite cast member in ALL of WDW, her name is Ethel and she works there full time despite being in her 80s, and she is the MOST charming person you will ever meet.

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Crystal Palace and Boma

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on our last trip we just ate at the resort ( counter service ) and we plan to do that again this trip.
I guess we are doing chef mickey for breakfast one day... CANT WAIT!! mickey

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Kouzzina has a great breakfast. My favorites are the Classic Golden Waffle with Whipped Mascarpone Cheese, Honey, and Chopped Pecans, and also the Blueberry-Orange Pancake. My wife likes the Stacked Breakfast, Two Poached Eggs, Kalamata Olive Toast, Artichoke Spread, and Sweet Potato Hash with choice of Bacon or Chicken Sausage. We are planning to have breakfast there twice in May. (T-23 days)

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We do Kona Cafe, I think thats our favorite place for breakfast, but we do Cape May at least once a trip too. We usually do a big breakfast & a smaller lunch so we have room for "Dinner"! Our Oct trip we probably include at least Kona, Cape May, Tusker House & Crystal Palace.

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Boma! Best breakfast ever!

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I haven't been, but I'm definitely intrigued with The Wave for breakfast. Can't wait for someone here to try it.

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Boma!!! Hello frunch!! I love you!

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CRYSTAL PALACE for sure-love the characters, atmosphere, and fresh delicious buffet <3

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I had breakfast at the resort (Pop Century) every morning last year. This year I have ADRs at Chef Mickey's and Kona Cafe. I keep reading about the Tonga Toast and I have to try it.

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We did the same

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JoAnn C wrote:
I had breakfast at the resort (Pop Century) every morning last year. This year I have ADRs at Chef Mickey's and Kona Cafe. I keep reading about the Tonga Toast and I have to try it.

Hi JoAnn! What do you get at Pop Century for breakfast. There are several things I really enjoy at the Pop Century food court, but there are some that I don't care for at all. I think it's best to get recommendations. silly

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JoAnn, you are in for a real treat with the Tonga Toast. I would suggest you try it without putting anything on it first. It is sweet without adding anything to it. I have however seen tons of people add the strawberry stuff and syrup to it. I have even seen people and both to it.

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Catie.Hiltz wrote:
CRYSTAL PALACE for sure-love the characters, atmosphere, and fresh delicious buffet <3

awesome I totally agree!

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KOUZZINA was my favourite went twice last year

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robertcraig wrote:
KOUZZINA was my favourite went twice last year

What did you have there?? Kouzzina is on my list of must do's for our next trip!

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Bella wrote:
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KOUZZINA was my favourite went twice last year

What did you have there?? Kouzzina is on my list of must do's for our next trip!

I had the blueberry orange granola pancakes withmaple syrup and bacon andthe next time i hadgolden waffle with mascarpone cheese,honey,pecansand chicken sausage

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Brad wrote:
JoAnn C wrote:
I had breakfast at the resort (Pop Century) every morning last year. This year I have ADRs at Chef Mickey's and Kona Cafe. I keep reading about the Tonga Toast and I have to try it.

Hi JoAnn! What do you get at Pop Century for breakfast. There are several things I really enjoy at the Pop Century food court, but there are some that I don't care for at all. I think it's best to get recommendations. silly

Most mornings I had the Hunter's breakfast (I think that's what it was called). It had eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, biscuit and something else I can't remember at the moment. It was a good way to start the day before hitting the parks. One morning I had chocolate chip pancakes.

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scrappy wrote:
JoAnn, you are in for a real treat with the Tonga Toast. I would suggest you try it without putting anything on it first. It is sweet without adding anything to it. I have however seen tons of people add the strawberry stuff and syrup to it. I have even seen people and both to it.

Thanks for the tip.

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robertcraig wrote:
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robertcraig wrote:
KOUZZINA was my favourite went twice last year

What did you have there?? Kouzzina is on my list of must do's for our next trip!

I had the blueberry orange granola pancakes withmaple syrup and bacon andthe next time i hadgolden waffle with mascarpone cheese,honey,pecansand chicken sausage

Oh my..that sounds amazing. Especially the pancakes!

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