Published: June 27, 2012 at 11:47 AMI'm not sure why some people say Disney food has gone down hill in the last few years. To me it is the opposite, both full service and quick service. There are far less bland pizza, burgers and pizzas and a lot more unique foods popping up everywhere. Finally a finer dining option brings a sort of elegance to the park. Crystal Palace, Tony's and Plaza are all nice, nice but left a hole in the dining in the park.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 11:57 AMWaiting for the full menu before I make any judgements.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 12:08 PMSkipper, I think that some of the people complaining about Disney food going downhill are complaining because Disney's offering more than isn't hamburgers, nuked pizza, and fried things these days. To them, anything other than gas station food is "going downhill."
Published: June 27, 2012 at 1:05 PMRobert: I agree with you completely. Menus at both Disney & Universal are large enough to satisfy most tastes. And the food is good for a theme park setting. There's less choice for the hamburger and pizza crowd, but I really don't want to even look at either when on vacation. Food is prepared for very large crowds, so I don't think it's realistic to expect a five star restaurant experience in a theme park. But, in general, the sit down restaurants do a great job, and some of the counter service restaurants are very good (Flame BBQ in Animal Kingdom as an example). And, if you want a really excellent restaurant experience, try the on site hotel restaurants at Disney & Universal. There are some outstanding ones out there.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 1:45 PMThe food sounds gourmet and, no doubt, with prices to match. I'm sure it will be a good opportunity to provide French food to the public, yet I shudder at the thought of the extremely high cost.
To feed such a large crowd, I suspect the food quality will be hotel or cruise ship standard.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 3:33 PMSerieus? This is the awesome France 'inspired' cousine?
Published: June 27, 2012 at 4:59 PMWould it be the first restaurant in MK to serve booze? I know, I'm 16, but I discuss serving alcohol in that park as a good business move, like it is at Disney's other parks, hotels, Downtown Disney, etc.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 5:02 PMJorge, Walt wanted Disneyland to be acohol free, and that goes with every DL style park.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 5:12 PMI'm saying this as a MK CM. I don't want any possibility of drunk and loud guest. Aside from being loud and generally obnoxious, they slow down loading and unloading of rides, ordering of food, purchasing of merchandise and produce, for sure, a lot more messes of all kinds to clean up.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 5:44 PMDominick: there is one exception to that policy: Disneyland Paris.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 5:50 PMMinus that, I doubt MK will be getting booze soon.
Published: June 27, 2012 at 9:06 PMhonestly just give me chicken tenders at any themepark ( I dont know why but theme park chicken tenders are awesome) and i will be happy.