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PostSubject: Breakfast Buffet   Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:54 pm

I really love breakfast buffets and I'm disapointed to see I can no longer get this at the Maya Grill!

Does anywhere else at CSR or within the Disney parks do an early morning breakfast buffet?
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PostSubject: Re: Breakfast Buffet   Thu Feb 25, 2010 4:04 pm

Yes, there are many at other resorts and the parks. My favorite is Chef Mickeys at the Contemporary. But the Beach Club has one, DHS, AK and Epcot have one and MK has two. The difference is that they are all character breakfasts. They may be others that I am unaware of.

“Best Breakfast Buffets in Walt Disney World”

1. Chef Mickey (Contemporary Resort): This one is a no brainer. Chef Mickey gives you not only a great selection of breakfast foods but also gives you great atmosphere and all of the traditional Disney characters (Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, etc.) If you have kids and your family enjoys a good breakfast then make sure you make reservations for Chef Mickey. But remember, it books up fast so make your reservations as far out as possible (up to 180-days.)

2. Boma (Animal Kingdom Lodge): Boma breakfast is so very different from any other morning buffet that I’m ranking it high because of the variety it offers and the outstanding flavors you’ll encounter in their selections. Starting off your morning with some West African Frunch (which is a combination of different fruit juices) is a great way to get your day going. In addition, Boma offers a wide variety of pastries, fruits and cereals to match just about any pallete. And to top it off they have a great variety of hot items from omelets, waffles and pancakes to Brioche (French Toast w/ raisins), Bobotie (a combination of corn beef, eggs, cream, potato and onion) and some superb breakfast pizzas! Oh, and did I mention the BEST coffee in Walt Disney World is served here which is the Kenyan AA served in a coffee press? Boma has something for everyone and is a must try breakfast buffet!

3. Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom): The Crystal palace breakfast is pretty much on the same level as Chef Mickey but you’ll see different characters (Pooh, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore) and have a food selection that is more traditional to the American style buffet (eggs, sausage, bacon, pancakes, waffles, etc.) Still, the Crystal Palace is an old favorite for those who’ve been visiting Walt Disney World for many years and as always it’s very popular so get your reservations made as far in advance as you can. The added benefit is that if you can get an early enough reservation you’ll have the priviledge of walking down Main Street USA ahead of the rest of the guests who can’t get into the park until it officially opens. That opens up some great photo opportunities in front of the castle!

4. 1900 Park Fare Supercalifragilistic Breakfast (Grand Floridian Resort): The great part about this buffet (other than the food) is that you get to see some characters that are sometimes tough to find. Here you’ll see the Alice, Eeyore, Tigger, the Mad Hatter, Mary Poppins and Pooh and it’s a great time for the kids (especially the younger ones.) Breakfast is excellent with build your own Omelets, Challah bread French Toast, Mickey Waffles, Blueberry Pancakes and tons more. A fun place for breakfast with great atmosphere. Bring your appetite!

5. Hollywood & Vine – Character Breakfast Buffet (MGM Studios): For the kids that love to watch Playhouse Disney in the morning, this is a must place to go for breakfast. A great list of characters including JoJo and Goliath and the Little Einsteins makes this a fun event where you eat pretty good all American breakfast buffet foods and dance with the characters. The food was pretty much the basics, but very good. Scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon, biscuits, Mickey Waffles, etc. Only issue was that it can get hectic and loud here so if you want a quieter kids buffet then you might want to try the Crystal Palace or 1900 Park Fare. They also host a lunch buffet here with the same characters but I’ve been told it’s not quite as good as the breakfast so check the menu items before booking this one for lunch.

6. Cape May Character Breakfast (Beach Club Resort): A very nice buffet at the Beach Club Resort with some of everyone’s favorite characters in Goofy, Minnie and Chip and Dale. Traditional American type breakfast fare and a nice atmosphere. Probably not on par with Chef Mickey or 1900 Park Fare, but a nice buffet if you’re staying on or near the resort.

Honorable Mention: Trail’s End Buffet (Fort Wilderness Campground)

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PostSubject: Re: Breakfast Buffet   Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:10 pm

Our personal favorite is Crystal Palace. We enjoy their food and atmoss atmosphere. Plus we love getting into the MK prior to opening. It's a great way to start the day.

We've done Chef Mickey as well. We enjoyed it but it can get loud and hectic.
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PostSubject: Re: Breakfast Buffet   Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:17 pm

thank you!

I think I'm going to try the Crystal Palace character buffet... I just checked the menu and the lunch also looks gorgeous. Do you know if this is a buffet too?

Also, I didn't realise I could dine at other hotels if I am not checking in to them?
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PostSubject: Re: Breakfast Buffet   Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:25 pm

Of course you can dine at any of the hotels. The FL natives make a habit of doing just that. Just keep in mind you should add 45 minutes - an hour to get to different hotels as Disney transportation doesn't easily support hotel to hotel. Of course if you're driving it's no problem.

Things that can help offset the time getting from hotel to hotel. Magic Kingdom - all hotels on the monorail and boat loops are super easy to get to, try going to one of them for lunch it's just a short ride away. It makes a nice break for dinner too.

We love breakfast at 1900 Park Fare which is in the Grand Floridian. It's a special treat to head in there, but it can get noisy. And 'Ohana at the Polynesian for dinner, OMG! I'm already drooling for the Lapu Lapus! Thank heavens I'll be nearly there this time next week! but you were talking about breakfast, Shocked nothing like a good bit of food talk....
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PostSubject: Re: Breakfast Buffet   Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:31 pm

I'm definately going to do that then.

One thing I was worried about was getting a break from MK park because of the heat but I wanted to be back in time for the 3 O Clock parade.

So I'll look into going on the Monorail to a hotel thats close by to MK for lunch for a couple of hours. My holiday starts on 25th August so I am able to book my ADRs within the next few days.

I know this is unrelated to dining, food and restaurants but can I also use the pools for a Disney hotel that I am not staying in?
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PostSubject: Re: Breakfast Buffet   Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:09 pm

You can also jump a boat a head over to Artist's Point over at Wilderness Lodge mom raved about them from her trip in October, I forget what they're beloved for off the top just now.

I know AP (annual passholders) are permitted to pool hop, but I don't know about anybody else. I think the pool sharing is really only for when pools are under refuribishment, but maybe someone else knows more.
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