Quote:: I had dinner at The Colony Grill and lunch in the Bar - both were excellent. Don't forget that the owners of The Beaumont have been restaurateurs for 30 years, so they are very good indeed. The food in the Grill is retro - lots of classic British and American dishes done beautifully. Even if you are staying, I would advise you to book, as The Colony Grill is very popular. Thanks
GOD BLESS COLORADO! ! We headed down I-70 to Idaho springs where we had dinner at the Tommyknocker with a glass of my favorite beer in the world, Tommyknocker maple nut brown. The beer went really well our bacon wrapped cream cheese jalapeno popper appetizer, and my elk burger. Continuing the Bday celebration we flew back down to Co. Springs where Leila found a really cool martini / cigar bar where we finished out the night. Met a really nice, professional bartender named Curtis who's recommenda….
We just got back and my toddler is lactose intolerant disney do offer rice dream or tofutti dairy free icecreams though not sure if its available at all places and the pineapple dole whips are also dairy free the table service resturants we ate at were quite helpful at the buffets the chef walked us through the options .at chef mickeys & cape may they cooked him dairyfree options though the portions were huge esp for a toddler. at others they provided an allergy menu to chose from. depends on ho….
Not being fans of buffet dining, we ate at the a la cartes every night: - TOSCANA - had dinner here our first night (I'd made reservations via e-mail prior to leaving home). We both ordered the filet steak which was very disappointing. The people at the next table over had ordered the lobster and burger; they weren't overly impressed with either. I can't remember what we had for dessert, so it obviously wasn't anything wonderful. However, I do remember the appetizer which consisted of a few ite….
The second is that we ate at the deck 2x during our stay and were also disappointed by service there. Anyways not the end of the world. I too had read the reviews here on the forum and everyones excitement was the reason we booked. Maybe mu above post doesn't quite capture how bad the expierence was but I can assure you (we talked to others in the pool last night and this morning) that it was an expierence where the disappointment was warranted. Anyways - off to enjoy the beautiful water one las….
We haven't stayed at the YC, but have had dinner at YS and Captain's Grill. I wouldn't stay there just for the restaurants. We love the BW atmosphere, especially the BW at night. But, if you stay at YC you can always walk over to the BW. So I guess I'm no help
We had breakfast at the Tana Jacaranda Hotel, took a taxi to the bus station, got on the bus and sat in one position for more than eight hours, from Tana to Tamatave. It was the cheapest and most effective and secure way to travel between these two cities. The Beatles song came to mind The long and winding road. .
Third night we had dinner at the Ocean Restaurant Atlantic Hotel (£40 return taxi fare), excellent food, service & luxurious surroundings. Be prepared to spend about £50 extra to cover drinks, wine & service at each evening meal. Overall, excellent food & service.
So the girls ended up getting the complimentary Creme Brulee from CG and loved it! I believe it was their favorite dessert the entire week! They got free deserts at every restaurant we ate at and by the end of the week their faces were pretty funny when the waitress brought out cupcakes at 50's Prime Time. They has each just finished a large chocolate shake with their meals and were stuffed.