Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Mar 19, 2010
    Sakina from IL 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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    We will be spending a day at Epcot and have Lunch @ 12:00 at Akershus with our 4 year DD. I have dinner reservations to Chefs De Farnce and Yacht steakhouse at 5:55 PM. Which one do you recommend to keep?? Thank you, you Moms just rock!!

    Hi, Sakina! Oh, thanks for the compliment...we certainly enjoy helping guests plan their vacations.  It comes in a close second to planning our own!  First of all, your four-year-old daughter is going to love, love, love Akershus and the princesses.

    For dinner, you have picked two of my very favorite restaurants...Chefs de France and The Yachtsman will not be disappointed in either.  They both have excellent food and great ambiance.  The only advice I would give you is to decide if you would rather "take a break from the park" and leave to catch the boat to the Yacht Club for your dinner there.  Or, would you rather stay at the park and not interrupt your "rhythm" seeing all the sights and entertainment?  Another consideration is if you're not staying at the Yacht or Beach Club or the Boardwalk area, it is nice to have that experience -- take a stroll around to the Boardwalk after dinner to see the carnival-type games and peek into the great restaurants and shops there. You may even want to rent a surrey and take the family on a ride after dinner.  It's a great atmosphere!

    Hopefully, I've at least helped you make an informed decision although I couldn't give you a definitive answer.  You certainly have great taste in restaurants! Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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