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Old 03-29-2012, 03:49 PM   #16
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IMO I don't think the viewing area is really going to be any better than elsewhere on Central Plaza end of Main Street, the advantage is that you'll be guaranteed a place so won't have to stake one out quite so early on.
That's what I'm thinking and I guess that's why the menus are any dearer than what they are as I can't see any major advantages in taking it besides eventually the above.

I'm going to Walt's as soon as the new summer menu is up, I just hope there's more choice
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:57 PM   #17
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I'm with you both on that one . I will reserve total judgement until more confirmed info is given and some reports come back from those returning but it's not filling me with excitement really .

As I said on the other thread though, I would definitely do the California Grill one if it is available for our trip in November . Although it is way more money, I do think it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity :thumbsup.
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:54 PM   #18
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I agree with you all too I got a rush of excitement when I read this earlier, but now that I see the menu choices I know DH won't want to go. And I suppose we should wait to see how good a view you get from other areas.

Does sound lovely though....Dinner and Dreams
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Just rang them and asked so Walt's menu is as follows

- Carpaccio of Scallops with summer vegetables or Baby leaf spinach salad with Serrano ham and melon

- Sea bass on a bed of cress, red rice, salad and sauce vierge or Lamb with a herb crust served with ratatouille

- Special 20th anniversary dessert

And Dogears you have to request it at your reservation otherwise it's not an option when you are in the restaurant


Any idea of the childs menu? Also the starters?
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Old 03-30-2012, 04:08 AM   #20
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Any idea of the childs menu? Also the starters?
Hello ? Please ? Thank you ?

Carpaccio of Scallops with summer vegetables or Baby leaf spinach with Serrano ham and melon are the starters

When I HAVE TIME I'll ring back and ask them for other details as I already said further up the thread
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Carpaccio of Scallops with summer vegetables or Baby leaf spinach with Serrano ham and melon are the starters

When I HAVE TIME I'll ring back and ask them for other details as I already said further up the thread
I didn't mean for you to ring and ask I thought you might already know! You haven't got funny with anyone else asking questions and not all those have said please thankyou
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Old 03-30-2012, 04:24 AM   #22
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I didn't mean for you to ring and ask I thought you might already know! You haven't got funny with anyone else asking questions and not all those have said please thankyou
If I knew it would be up there already

Check back later on as I'll be hopefully updating today
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Does the reserved area have seatings? Being able to wait for the show sit down without having to be hours before to take one of the few benches can be worth the money itself (above all if they grant shareholder discount).
If it's stand up I would pass on it.
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I think we may give Walts a try on May 7th. Is anyone off before that? We only have one and a bit days and I would like to see Dreams and eat in Walts so it could be an option for us. Would as the PP said be very interested to know if the VIP area is seated because if its not thats a bit of a non event! Many corners and pavements to stand on for free!
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I think we may give Walts a try on May 7th.
I'm coming back May 1, but still need to find out if we can do this. I can't have seafood and don't eat lamb, so unfortunately Walts is out. Am hoping for the Blue Lagoon and the veal, but I am still on hold for dining. I need to make sure there's something I am not getting an anaphylactic shock from on the menu.
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It's updated in the 1st post - all the menus adults and childrens

Hope this covers all questions and wish you all a pleasant day
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Oh brilliant. Would love to hear how you get on, we are getting married that day though and neither you or I would probably have a chance to get on the DIS before we leave for honeymoon on May 3rd.

I'm torn aswell because lamb is not my favourite and I would prefer veal and to try BL aswell but no fish allergies here so its only us being fussy!
Anaphylactic shock is so scary, saw my nephew have a serious reaction to nuts before and for luck my brother had his injection (adrenalin as far as I can remember) to hand. It is a very limited menu but I would imagine that they would do their very best to give a veggie option if you rang in advance.

Thanks Carrie
Wonder would it be possible to order off the kids menu instead. Has anyone done this in other restaurants?
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It's updated in the 1st post - all the menus adults and childrens

Hope this covers all questions and wish you all a pleasant day
you are a star Carrie_Cat - thank you for going above and beyond again for us Dis'ers !
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Thanks so much Carrie. I had to hang up eventually because pesky work called.

Looks like I am screwed then unless they may allow me to not have the starter at Blue Lagoon. I have some other allergies, so just relying on an unknown veggie dish is not an option.

@ kizzabel: yes, I have an epipen too. It's normally adrenalin.
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Meh....

I'm not in love with any of those menus. And for 40E and you still have to arrive 30 minutes prior I think I'd rather nip out, grab and Earl and hold my space for an hour.
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