Walt Disney World Vacations |
RESTAURANT REVIEW FOR PICABU
We arrived at our hotel around 5 pm and were starving. We headed to the first restaurant that was open - Picabu, a 24-hour self-serve restaurant, at The Dolphin Resort.
I got Fried Chicken - I ate a LOT of fried food on this trip, I know, it's bad, but I was on vacation and I walked a lot. The Fried Chicken came with fries, however I asked them to swap the fries for some Mac n Cheese. The Mac n Cheese was really good and creamy, the fried chicken was good, but not spicy at all. There was no kick to it, I just felt like I was eating bland crunchy fried chicken.
My husband was slightly better and got the Grilled Chicken with Fries. Y'all know how he loves his fries. The chicken was juicy and tender grilled, I preferred his chicken over mine. The fries were good and crisp. I enjoyed some of his fries with Honey Mustard - you gotta try fries with honey mustard, it is so much better than ketchup.
2 Entrees + Coke ~ $26
VERDICT FOR Picabu: 3 / 5
I thoroughly enjoyed Disney World. I went on many rides, even if they were just "baby rides." The food at most places was simply amazing, especially in Epcot Center. Prior to going to Disney World I thought Magic Kingdom would be my favorite theme park, however I can confidently say that Epcot Center is definitely my favorite theme park at Disney, my husband would vouch for me on this one. I loved all the space rides and innovation rides at Epcot. In addition, there were many cuisines to choose from at Epcot Center thanks to their Around the World theme. Disney really is a place where dreams come true and one that I plan on visiting again in about 10 years I suppose. Can't wait! :-)
Due to the number of areas covered, I broke this post up into the following (coming soon):
A Day at Epcot Center - Day 2
A Day at Hollywood Studios - Day 3
A Day at Magic Kingdom - Day 4
Disney Boardwalk - Day 3 & 5