Your Favourite Buffet At WDW..

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Your Favourite Buffet At WDW..

Next year will be our 7th Disney vacation, and as I peruse thro the menus ( We have got the free DDP clapping ) Iam hoping to include a Buffet night. Now I've never done a buffet experience before, so Iam asking you wonderful people who have done them, which was your favourite one.?...I have one picked out that I fancy doing, but I'm curious to find out which ones you have enjoyed..Thanks..

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Jimmy ... laugh laugh laugh

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My favorite buffet restaurant at WDW is Boma, at AKL awesome . Their food is exotic and flavorful, unique when compared with all other park restaurants. If you are adventurous, give it a try.

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/diningdetail.cfm?restaurant.id=197

http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2013/06/17/review-dinner-at-boma-in-disneys-animal-kingdom-lodge/

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For breakfast we love The Wave and Boma. Have not tried any for dinner but hope to change that and try Cape May this November.

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Mrferret wrote:
Jimmy ... laugh laugh laugh

Ok..I don't get it. sad .Hold on.. crossfingers The singer..I get it.. waiting

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Just one? I love Boma and the Biergarten.

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Emilio wrote:
My favorite buffet restaurant at WDW is Boma, at AKL awesome . Their food is exotic and flavorful, unique when compared with all other park restaurants. If you are adventurous, give it a try.

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/diningdetail.cfm?restaurant.id=197

http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2013/06/17/review-dinner-at-boma-in-disneys-animal-kingdom-lodge/

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Yes, Iam very adventurous when it comes to food..I'll check the reviews..as usual...lol..

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Our favourite this past trip was Hollywood and Vine .... eek

now you are sitting again.it was nice food .not earth shattering gourmet but nice food .

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I loved both Tusker House and Boma. I guess I like the African flavours.

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Boma is delicious and out of the ordinary.

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Mrferret wrote:
Our favourite this past trip was Hollywood and Vine .... eek

now you are sitting again.it was nice food .not earth shattering gourmet but nice food .

I don't believe you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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figgy wrote:
Mrferret wrote:
Our favourite this past trip was Hollywood and Vine .... eek

now you are sitting again.it was nice food .not earth shattering gourmet but nice food .

I don't believe you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Eh...Unfortunatly the Ferrets are not into fine dining, if memory serves me correct..lol...My in laws are the same..We took them out for their anniversary meal a couple of years ago..A gourmet 5 star restaurant serving the finest steaks and fish courses..My father in law asked me to pass over the blackberry jam...It was Cavier ... confused lol...

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figgy wrote:
Mrferret wrote:
Our favourite this past trip was Hollywood and Vine .... eek

now you are sitting again.it was nice food .not earth shattering gourmet but nice food .

I don't believe you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No it wasnt fancy but it was all very nice.much improved on previous years

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I love Cape May Cafe, but I'm a seafood freak and I'm also usually a Biergarten fan, though our last trip there (May 2014) it was a bit lacking relative to previous trips.

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I'd have to say CP for the joy and fun of it!

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Crystal Palace, Cape May for Breakfasts and Boma, Biergarten, or O'Hana's for dinner. My favorite non-Buffets are the 50's Prime Time, CA Grill, Splitsville, and anywhere in Epcot. We tend to do one or two buffets and then mostly sit-downs. We almost rarely do QS unless it's a breakfast at the resort when we have a big lunch or early dinner planned.

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Tusker House, Biergarten, Cape May Cafe (breakfast) and 1900 Park Fare (I enjoyed the character interaction more at dinner than breakfast)

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Cape May or BOMA for Breakfast, we don't really do them at dinner time.

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I am not a big fan of buffets at all, and even less so for The Spouse - but he insists on BOMA breakfast every time we spend the night at Disney. I have to admit, it's pretty good.

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I'm not a huge buffet person, but I LOVE Tusker House for breakfast.