Do you feel lucky? Well, do you punk?
No. Ask yourself "did I vote for/review my favorite restaurant?" and if your answer is no, then that's something you might consider rectifying in the future.
My favorite restaurant in Orlando is Le Cellier, so it was up there, but not quite as high as I'd have liked. I can't really argue with the list as a whole. I haven't been to Lombard's, Confisco, or Monsieur Paul so I can't really say.
I am very interested in trying out the restaurants at Dragon Alley and Hogwarts.
The Disney Dining Plan doesn't pay-off for breakfast. There is more value from lunch and dinner since they include the drink, entree and dessert. Breakfast omits the dessert. Plus, the more expensive entrees are for lunch and dinner. Since the quick and table service meals are quite filling, I am usually not hungry in the morning. A snack for breakfast is sufficient. Some hotel rooms offer refrigerators. I store my breakfast snacks there for convenience.
It's a big mistake to call the Disney Dining Plan a deal. It is not. It is a pre-paid meal plan that ensures that your 2 meals (lunch and dinner), 1 snack, and 1 resort mug is covered in a trip where it is already extremely expensive to eat there. In my own analysis, I am likely ahead at least $10 per day, but sometimes I could be behind depending on where I eat. On average, you expect to get your money's worth. This is fine since you don't know if Disney will inadvertently increase prices.
One thing to keep in mind, Disney already makes its money from the food. There is tremendous mark-up on the food at the restaurants. Disney is pricing their dining plans based on what customers are ordering on average. They aren't losing money, nor are they profiting much more by offering the plans. Customers will know if they are gouged from the dining plan itself and will avoid it if they think it isn't a good deal.
Doing the math for vacation is fine, but it is still a vacation. If you really want to save money, skip some table service restaurants and bring an occasional snack. You can also use your snack credits for breakfast. I believe I benefited from the plans, which is why I recommend it.
The majority of theme park restaurants are built for quick service and high volume. There are better cheaper restaurants on yelp.