Sunday, 13 October 2019

281 Disney for kids, for foodies and the wallet conscious

Welcome to the show notes for the Disney Dream Girls Podcast, show number 281 for Sunday 13th October 2019.  If you want to listen, whilst reading these notes, just click the player below or alternatively find us in iTunesLibsyn, on Stitcher Radio or via any good podcast catching app. On this week's show, we chat through a range of topics before sharing an interview with Tiffany, Daniel and Abigail Morse. Then we end the show talking about Ohana.

Little Mermaid Takes Over The Coral Reef
When we heard the brief details sent out - i.e. just changing the names of food we were a tad disappointed so we decided to talk through how we envisage this! We would love Ursula to meet and greet with a set backdrop and perhaps Prince Eric and Ariel could wander around. May be even a Sebastian being brough out under a cloche! What do you think? What other restaurants would you like to have turned over to this style of dinner event?

Halloween Disney Delights to Tantalise and Terrorise
Next, we share some top treats to try whilst in the parks during the Halloween season. What do you want to try?

The Morse Family
We welcome back to the show, Tiffany and her children Daniel and Abigail and what a delightful chat we had! Abigail and Daniel presented a list of their top eateries and these were places that they highly recommend for kids.
Then Tiffany shares details about her visit to Walt Disney World and how she found Galaxy's Edge on Opening Day.
Ohana This August, Michelle (together with her husband Tom and Tommy and Lena) ate dinner at Ohana.
The price for Ohana is $55 (approximately including tax but not tip) or one dining credit. It is one of those reservations you have to make at the round about 180 day pre-trip mark.
The meal starts with pineapple bread, then salad, stir-fry vegetables, pork dumplings, chicken wings and noodles.
Then, the endless supply skewers - sirloin steak, chicken and shrimp.
To close the meal is their famous bread pudding with banana and caramel sauce.  
The meal was delicious and if you have a big appetite then you will definately get value for money.  However, for people like myself, with smaller appetites, it is a lot of money. So... how about visiting the Tambu Lounge - which is next door - then ordering from their menu. You are able to get a single serve skewer (it comes with a trio of the protein offerings) for $13, the bread, noodles and the dessert. This would be my top tip and also - no reservation is needed!

Another consideration, is that we felt the service was incredibly rushed - in and out in 70 minutes. Have you eaten here? Is it a must do?

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