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  • On Aug 19, 2010
    Linda from ON 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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    Hi Doug! You have been such a big help in planning our 2 upcoming vavcations. Arr. in 7 days!! Need advise. CReef or TE for lunch? Chef Mickey's for Breakfast or lunch? and 1900 or LLT for dinner? Need to cancel 3 ressies ASAP. Thanks!


    Love to help!

    Tough call between Coral Reef and Teppan Edo. I think Coral Reef is getting better, and has a VERY unique view. Teppan Edo is fun and social, but you can often find a similar experience back home. Going against my typical advice, I would go for Coral Reef.

    Chef Mickey's is great for both, and I am doing dinner there on my trip in October. HOWEVER, I always think that buffet's just lend themselves better to breakfast foods, so I recommend that first, if you have a choice. But of course you can't go wrong either way here!

    I am guessing by "LLT" you actually meant LTT - Liberty Tree Tavern? Assuming so, I would go to 1900, for the characters and buffet format. But Liberty Tree Tavern was better the last time I ate there, so if you value not having to leave the park, you might opt for that. But if forced to choose I go 1900.

    Finally, bless you for cancelling Advanced Dining Reservations that you know you are not going to use. That is VERY courteous to other guests, and I wish more people would do that!

    Have a magical (and delicious) vacation!
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