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Disney Springs' Frontera Cocina

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
75
OVERALL SCORE
73
I have visited Frontera Cocina a couple times since it's opening in Disney Springs, but those were for special events. This was my first visit just for dinner. Frontera (so far anyway) has done a really nice job of introducing new seasonal specials and menu items to keep things interesting. My visit this time fell on the very first day that some new items from their "Taste of Baja" menu were rolling out. While some of those items will be replaced shortly with new seasonal items, the new items should be just as amazing as the ... ( read more ... )

Disney Springs' The Polite Pig

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
71
OVERALL SCORE
59
If you park in the "Lime" garage at Disney Springs, it's hard to enter the shopping area without smelling something (usually meat) being wood-fire grilled at the Polite Pig. Not great -- if you're following a plant-based diet… but for carnivores, it draws you in, like a moth to a light bulb. I decided to stop in the other day to grab a quick sandwich and side, curious to discover if the flavors lived up to smells. I'm happy to report, they do. That's not surprising though… the ownership behind The Polite Pig operate ... ( read more ... )

The Wilderness Lodge's Artist Point

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
61
OVERALL SCORE
60
Not too long ago, I got a chance to sit down for dinner with some great friends at Artist Point, "the" signature dining location at Wilderness Lodge. I was going to lead the review off with "this is one of those locations that you can almost always get a reservation for when the other signature locations are booked solid" -- however, I just checked and found that most of the signature dining locations had availability at multiple times -- tomorrow, next week, and a month from now. Hummmm. California Grill, Le Cellier, and ... ( read more ... )

Disney Springs' Chef Art Smith's Homecomin'

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
68
OVERALL SCORE
68
Now that the dust is starting to settle over the shiny new Disney Springs, I've started adding the many dining locations to the directory here at Mealtrip.com. (No, no we're not a source for "breaking" news and rumors -- we're more about what you're actually going to find when visit these locations.) Disney Springs even has it's own main menu link in the Mealtrip menu bar now!Chef Art Smith's Homecomin' is a location that I'm asked a lot about. While I have experienced some of Chef Smith's culinary creations at various events ... ( read more ... )

The Wilderness Lodge's Whispering Canyon Café Lunch

FOOD
SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
64
OVERALL SCORE
64
Whispering Canyon Cafe can be a very loud, boisterous experience… which is exactly what it's supposed to be! But if you want to try out this middle of the road bbq-ish restaurant, (which for many, has become like an old-friend that you must visit on any trip)… minus all the excitement… a late lunch might be the perfect time. At the tail-end of their lunch reservation window (between 2:00pm and 2:30pm) the place is like a ghost-town and you just might be able to convince your server to go a little low-key too! ... ( read more ... )

Animal Kingdom's Tusker House Restaurant

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
54
OVERALL SCORE
54
The character interactions at Tusker House are so much fun! It's one of the few locations you can meet and interact with the fab four dressed in their safari gear. (Goofy, Donald, Daisy and Mickey … possibly Minnie … but never all five on the same day … usually … there's no rules here people, it's a theme park). There is a decent amount of room in most of the dining areas for the characters to move around in and even though Tusker House is quite large, you seem to get ample time interacting with each of ... ( read more ... )

Animal Kingdom's Satu'li Canteen Lunch and Dinner

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
71
OVERALL SCORE
68
I wanted to give Animal Kingdom's newest dining location, Satu'li Canteen another try and see how a different variation of the "build your own bowl" theme compared to the last one I tried. (If you didn't happen to read the first review, one of the main entrees to order at Satu'li is a "build your own bowl" where you get to pick one of four proteins, one of four bases, and one of three sauces… that all goes into a bowl with a smattering of julienned raw vegetables and Boba pearls.)On my first visit I ordered the ... ( read more ... )

Epcot's Sunshine Seasons Breakfast

FOOD
SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
54
OVERALL SCORE
59
Sunshine Seasons is one of my favorite counter service locations for lunch or dinner. Located in the Land Pavilion, the food-court style dining location seems to flow better than any other in-park counter service restaurant. They also have all five food groups covered… salads, stir-fry, oak grilled things, soda and dessert. Okay, I'm pretty sure those aren't the five food groups, but they're all done very well at Sunshine Seasons, and done well visit, after visit, after visit… something that can't be said about ... ( read more ... )

Animal Kingdom's Pongu Pongu

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SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
61
OVERALL SCORE
60
I can't be sure, but I think "Pongu" means "line" or "cue" in Pandoran because there are two cues leading up to the new Pongu Pongu beverage kiosk, which is located just between Satu'li Canteen and the Windtraders gift shop in the new "World of Avatar" in Disney's Animal Kingdom. There is a life-sized "power suit" from the movie Avatar standing directly in front of the large kiosk (which makes for a great photo opportunity by the way), and there are in fact two lines. One is slightly hidden directly behind the power suit. If ... ( read more ... )

Animal Kingdom's Satu'li Canteen Lunch and Dinner

FOOD
SERVICE
ENVIRONMENT
VALUE
THIS REVIEW
64
OVERALL SCORE
68
The Satu'li Canteen is the new counter service location in Animal Kingdom's Pandora. It's a fairly large location with maybe 60% indoor air-conditioned seating and 40% outdoor (but fully covered) tables to choose from. While the menu (at first glance) may look large and exotic, this is mostly American cuisine with a few nods to Asian food tossed in here and there, and… there's "really" only two things on the menu, "stuff in puffy bread", and a "build-your-own bowl" option. The Ordering FormatThe format here is very ... ( read more ... )
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