The one criticism I think I had was that it seemed a bit heavy on desert focus, or maybe those were always the ones that drew my eye. I wasn't as impressed with the crepes, but maybe it was my choice of the Blueberry/lemon. My other letdown was the Irish cheese. It was good cheese, but much too thick and rich, it probably should have been paired with more than just a few crackers, and I think that says a lot from someone who will eat extra sharp cheddar straight up.
My wife and I were also very impressed by the Haloomi. A simple dish, but exceptional flavor and balance.
Although I thought it was a clever concept and I enjoyed the various food samples I tried, I thought it was too pricey. Most dishes I tried were in the $5-$6 range, which I think is expensive when there's only two to three bites' worth of food.
More importantly, though, the place was insanely crowded for the "low" season. We went in late October and the pathways were so congested (like Times Square on New Years Eve), we were constantly bumping elbows with other visitors.
I don't know if it could be brought to the Florida parks in the fall. BGT would need it to be in February and March, maybe in conjunction with the Real Music series. I would like that combination very much. That time would be before the pseudo F&W that the Flower and Garden Festival is becoming in Epcot.
If you want to talk "red headed stepchild" look at SeaWorld San Antonio.