Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Mar 17, 2013
    Charles 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, I am wondering, out of all the character meals, which one would be recommended repeating for breakfast during the same trip? We will be there for 10nights and the only char. meal breakfasts not reserved is Crys Pal and Hollywood&Vine. Thanks al


    There are a lot of good character meals. But when it comes to repeating them, I find that any repeats I would do would be based on going to one that is different at dinner and breakfast. For instance 1900 Park Fare has a different entourage of characters at breakfast as opposed to dinner.

    But if you are talking about just repeating breakfast, I would say the following;

    Donald's Safari Breakfast: The food here makes a repeat visit less repetitive. I love that their buffet stations have not only American breakfast classics, but they have a lot of African and Indian inspired breakfast items like bobotie and curry biscuits and gravy (not always on the buffet, but I have had them there before). While you may not see these exotic items change during your 10 day stay, the variety that is offered makes it a buffet where I can mix it up a bit.

    After that, I would only say that as a general rule repeating a buffet makes more sense because you can open up your selection a bit.

    I hope this has helped!

    Have a magical (and delicious) vacation!

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