Discussion in 'WDW Restaurants and Dining' started by blackthidot, Sep 22, 2010.
Kobe beef burger at Yak and Yeti
Fried wontons... to go. I failed.
Didn't realize Yak and Yeti had kobe beef burgers. Dang those look good!!
Shrunken Zombie Head.
Pan fried dumplings
Roasted Chicken and Pork Pâte Báhn Mì Sliders (more on this in a minute)
Kalua Pork Tacos
Corn-battered Portuguese Sausages
I don't remember if I already posted these, from back in March 2016:
Y'all know what this is The pineapple/vanilla twist version, at Pineapple Lanai
Birthday Cupcake and...
Tonga Toast!!! at Kona Cafe
The King Whoopie (choco/peanut butter whoopie pie with banana and bacon shavings) at Pop!
Yesake - Beef Yakiniku
Was it good?
The flavors were delish, though the presentation was a little weird. Like, rice does not quite belong in a tortilla-type concoction.
Tell that to Chipotle & Qdoba. They LOVE putting a crap ton of rice in your burrito.
Yeah, but with an Asian flair?! It was a tad confusing.
Asia culture is built on rice... makes perfect sense...
Yes, in a handheld burrito. It was a fun thing to try.
Rolling Boulder Sliders Jock Lindsay's
Bacon Fries Jock Lindsay's
Crab Corn Chowder app Wolf Gang Puck's Grand Cafe (the upstairs). This was an app but was a full bowl of soup that I could have happily had alone as my dinner.
Skipper Canteen - Whole Fried Fish
Omg. That looks dangerous to eat what type of fish is that those spines eek - and I looove seafood .
It's Lionfish! I actually felt so lucky to get this...it was great!!
From my trip report: http://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/well-do-as-dreamers-do-completed.919131/page-11#post-7463914
When it arrived at our table, our waiter said that "the cook only had three Lion Fish left" so it "my lucky day because I got 3 instead of 2." I smiled and laughed awkwardly as he left because I thought it was some kind of joke I didn't understand, but then we realized that they must only serve two of these guys per plate and instead of wasting one, they gave me an extra. Plus, the replacement fish for the evening was a boring fish, not an awesome LION FISH, so I was like, SCORE!
This was a big undertaking of a meal. Knives, forks, and hands were all involved, but I slowly picked my way through this DEEELICIOUS dish. Like seriously, I was blown away by the soy-ginger flavoring of the crispy, succulent, fish skin and friedness. I was AMAZED and SO HAPPY over my groping-in-the-dark choice, eating away every single preconceived notion I came into this meal with. Not my most attractive food picture, but it shows that I may have enjoyed myself.
Glad you explained cause I was about to complain "HEY I ONLY GOT TWO!"
I agree it is a Great fish and i would definitely get it again. The waiter came by and commented that I did really well. I said I didn't know if the larger spines were edible so I didn't eat them. He replied "Yeah they are edible" and walked away. So I began eating the larger spines (the small ones were easy). I found them too hard so I stopped. When he came back by I made a comment to which he said "I said they were edible not that you were Supposed to eat them"
They should really watch telling people they are edible to avoid a choking incident:-O
Can't wait to go back at the end of the year.
eeewwww, glad you enjoyed it. makes me happy for you. but for me, just eeewww,
I don't want what i eat to look like what i eat!
LOL! It's Skipper Canteen...I'd be wary of trusting anything they say there! But on a serious note, it was delicious and I may have resorted to sucking on a few spines myself.
Haha! It was definitely a transparent meal.
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