That's what I was lookin' for!
I'll eat pretty much anything. (And have the waistline to prove it...) :rolleyes: I'm guessing that I'll probably not be looking for Japanese cuisine in the parks as much, since I'll have spent a few days in Tokyo proper before I hit the parks, and will probably be in the mood for a change.
Unique and different is what I'm going for, basically...and most of the places you listed are sounding pretty unique, especially the ones in DisneySea. A lot of the Italian places you list in Mediterranean Harbor sound good.
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03-06-2003 03:45 PM #11
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03-06-2003 10:46 PM #12
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I gave you a combination of counter service, buffet, and sit-down places on my list. Some are pricey, and some are so-so. They all take credit cards, so indulge!
While in Tokyo (the city), you can find a McDonald's in almost every corner, so if you get the need to go fast food like home.
03-08-2003 08:48 PM #13
Must-see attractions: Sinbad's Seven Voyages, Aquatopia, Pooh's Hunny Hunt.
Restaurants I enjoyed: Restaurant Sakura, SS Columbia Dining Room, Magellan's, Ristorante di Canaletto (all sit-down)
Restaurant I did not enjoy: Blue Bayou
Also check out Ikspiari for dining options. Don't forget to get a Gyoza Sausage Bun (but use the cart in Cape Cod, not Mysterious Island), just to say you've tried one. Above all, enjoy yourself!Rocket Scientist / Future Imagineer
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