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Episode 793 - The New Tastes Of World Showcase

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Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Mike Scopa, Len Testa, Mike Newell, & AJ

Running Time: 27:07
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Episode 793 - The New Tastes Of World Showcase
Authored by: chopsva on Monday, November 01 2010 @ 07:56 AM CDT
Kitchen in German: Koo Ka
Mr. Scopa, let's discuss your dietary needs...
Authored by: jaywdwdreaminnva on Tuesday, November 02 2010 @ 01:15 PM CDT
So Gentlemen and AJ, if you are able to talk with the chef about any potential allergies or issues that there may be with the entrees on the menu, what's to keep you from asking to speak with the chef about possibly getting something a little more adventurous than what is on the menu?

I believe that if WDW is as accomodating as they are with special dietary needs, why wouldn't they be accomodating for this situation too? As a matter of fact, they would probably jump at the chance to create something a little more exciting than the blandness that is passing for most WDW menus these days...just a thought.

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Episode 793 - The New Tastes Of World Showcase
Authored by: Brian on Monday, November 08 2010 @ 12:59 PM CST
Have to disagree with the general take on Hacienda de San Angel. We tried this place because it offered things we don't get in our Tex-Mex local places back home. The margaritas were exotic (and tasty!). The chiles toreados Y chorizitos appetizers (roasted peppers with lime and sea salt, served with mini chorizos and tortillas) was unlike any Mexican food we'd ever tried (and big enough for 4, easily). The Pescado a la Talla (a tilapia dish served with roasted corn, lime, cactus leaves and tortillas) was flavorful, spicy and again large enough to share.

This restaurant was the highlight of our trip. (Via Napoli was a close 2nd. Agreed that the quattro formaggio pizza was excellent.) I'm willing to pay a little more when the service is good and the food is unique, flavorful and abundant. IMHO Hacienda delivers. We can't wait to return.