• On Apr 5, 2008
    Rhonda from MN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Can anyone recommend a restaurant at Downtown Disney that would use 1 of our dining plan sit down meal credits? We have 2 sons ages 9 & 11? Thanks!

    Hi Rhonda,

    I would recommend Raglan Road.  I had been hearing great things about the restaurant for a few months now.  I finally was able to try it this past week and it is very good.  It is an authentic Irish Pub with a contemporary menu.  We had a breaded sausage appetizer that was very similar to breaded hot dogs.  They were a huge hit with my 3 year old and her dad.  The menu was full of food that everyone was very familiar with, but the chef added a great twist to each one.  Even my daughters mac and cheese was made with an irish cheese that gave it an extra special flavor.  You also get delicious irish soda bread with your meal served with an interesting Guinness sugar syrup.

    Raglan Road is currently on the Disney Dining Plan and is only one table service credit.
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