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Old 11-24-2012, 06:43 AM   #1096
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Remind me again who I contact for a custom cake for CRT? TIA!
Custom Cakes for Magic Kingdom are handled by the Contemporary - the phone number for private dining at the Contemporary is 407-824-2955
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:36 PM   #1097
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Hi - Just an opinion question - I am looking at getting a 6" or 8" cake from the Boardwalk Bakery to be delivered to the Coral Reef. I want to get it customized with a reef/aquarium theme. Now, it is for 6 adults and two kids(who don't eat anything ever). What size should we go with?
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:41 PM   #1098
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Hi - Just an opinion question - I am looking at getting a 6" or 8" cake from the Boardwalk Bakery to be delivered to the Coral Reef. I want to get it customized with a reef/aquarium theme. Now, it is for 6 adults and two kids(who don't eat anything ever). What size should we go with?
I got a 6" for 5 adults and 3 kids and had a lot leftover. We served very large pieces as well.
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I got a 6" for 5 adults and 3 kids and had a lot leftover. We served very large pieces as well.
Thanks! This helps a lot. I don't want to over order and have cake to deal with.... Plus there is so many other in goodies in WDW we plan on trying
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Hi - Just an opinion question - I am looking at getting a 6" or 8" cake from the Boardwalk Bakery to be delivered to the Coral Reef. I want to get it customized with a reef/aquarium theme. Now, it is for 6 adults and two kids(who don't eat anything ever). What size should we go with?
We ordered an 8in cake from YC delivered to the Coral Reef. My kids are all scuba divers and the highlight of our trips are diving at The Seas. I asked for a scuba/coral reef cake and got a masterpiece. I will try to get my computer to work and get a pic on here. It was amazing! Sharks, scuba equipment, blue marbled fondant, tropical fish, tropical reef and so much more.

An 8in was huge and too much cake for four of us, but we were able to take it back to the room and snack on it for a couple of days.
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We ordered an 8in cake from YC delivered to the Coral Reef. My kids are all scuba divers and the highlight of our trips are diving at The Seas. I asked for a scuba/coral reef cake and got a masterpiece. I will try to get my computer to work and get a pic on here. It was amazing! Sharks, scuba equipment, blue marbled fondant, tropical fish, tropical reef and so much more.

An 8in was huge and too much cake for four of us, but we were able to take it back to the room and snack on it for a couple of days.
I just ordered mine 6" with a simple aquarium theme for $51. Its going to be a surprise birthday cake for my SIL. I couldn't justify more with a surprise mini fondant cake just days before for my DH at California Grill. I am super excited for the surprises!

Does anyone normally call beforehand to make sure everything is good to go?
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I just ordered mine 6" with a simple aquarium theme for $51. Its going to be a surprise birthday cake for my SIL. I couldn't justify more with a surprise mini fondant cake just days before for my DH at California Grill. I am super excited for the surprises!

Does anyone normally call beforehand to make sure everything is good to go?
Awesome! I did call right before I left for Florida, just to make sure my order was all set. I am totally OCD that way
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Who do I need to get in touch with to order the slipper dessert at the Afternoon Tea at the GF??
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:47 AM   #1104
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My sister and I are staying Pop Century in two weeks. Am I understanding correctly that, if I want to order a fancy fondant cake, it will be supplied by the Boardwalk? Her favorite Disney film is Mulan, and I want to create a theme around that. I was also wanting to get maybe carrot cake and mocha mousse. Would that be doable for them? And what exactly would be the ordering process for having it delivered to our room? I'm a little confused as to who I need to call.

I originally wanted to get the cake through the Contemporary and have it delivered to our dinner at Be Our Guest, but I was told by one of the chefs that they were unable to service Be Our Guest at this time. So now I’m looking to have the cake delivered to our room at Pop. If the Boardwalk cannot make the cake I have in mind, though, I’ll try again with the Contemporary since we have an ADR at Crystal Palace.
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Who do I need to get in touch with to order the slipper dessert at the Afternoon Tea at the GF??
Grand Floridian Private Dining. The number is in Post #2.

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My sister and I are staying Pop Century in two weeks. Am I understanding correctly that, if I want to order a fancy fondant cake, it will be supplied by the Boardwalk?
Yes, but the order is placed through Pop Century. See Post #2 for the number. You call Pop, they work with BoardWalk on a quote, Pop gets back to you with the price and you give them your credit card info, and then Pop delivers it to your room.

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I was also wanting to get maybe carrot cake and mocha mousse. Would that be doable for them?
Only BoardWalk Bakery (via Pop) can tell you for sure. People have gotten different answers on the various flavors.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:19 PM   #1106
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Thanks, lurkyloo!
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:50 PM   #1107
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I can't seem to find the photo of the Cake from July, but wanted to give some thoughts about it. I got a six inch yellow cake with Strawberry and Barvarian creme in it from the Contemporary bakery (was eating at the Wave). It was $29 with filling and it was simply awesome. The frosting was not sickening sweet or rich (happens alot in Store cakes) and the cake was moist and flavorful. It was the best cake I've ever had. We ate on it for three days after the dinner. Just something for those who are thinking about getting a custom on site cake.
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Can I order a cake at the Biergarten? We arrive Dec 20th and it is our Anniversary. I wanted to order a mini cake or even a key lime pie. Is this possible? The first thread does not mention this restaurant. Thanks
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If you look in the second post, you will find that it includes every resort and theme park at WDW. The paragraph on Epcot covers all the restaurants there; only the non-Disney-operated restaurants are listed by name because they are the only ones that have options that differ from what's in that paragraph.

Epcot's bakery is very limited in what it can do—think basic supermarket-style cakes covered in whipped cream frosting with a screen print. Only the three restaurants listed in that first paragraph have access to fancy cakes like mini cakes, I'm afraid.
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If you look in the second post, you will find that it includes every resort and theme park at WDW. The paragraph on Epcot covers all the restaurants there; only the non-Disney-operated restaurants are listed by name because they are the only ones that have options that differ from what's in that paragraph.

Epcot's bakery is very limited in what it can do—think basic supermarket-style cakes covered in whipped cream frosting with a screen print. Only the three restaurants listed in that first paragraph have access to fancy cakes like mini cakes, I'm afraid.
Wouldn't she be able to order one from the Boardwalk Bakery and just go over there before their dinner and take it in with them?
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