[QUOTE=smallworld;1135708]If you can get a window table at Toyko Dining during Illuminations, it looks out over the water there…they have lots of options on their menu and we thought it was very very good…[/QUOTE]
I really like Tokyo Dining and I do enjoy a window table when I can get one, but I simply can not abide watching fireworks behind hurricane grade glass.
Go outside and watch! Then come back and finish. And their desserts leave a lot to be desired, very limited choice.
We’ve done many anniversary and birthday dinners in WDW and nearly all have been at signature spots.
California Grill (though I don’t know if it will have reopened when you’re there)
Flying Fish Cafe
You might also consider Monsieur Paul (was Bistro de Paris) the upstairs French restaurant.
I’ve eaten at Jiko once, but their menu isn’t to the wife’s taste.
But if you’re going to do it right, Chef’s Table at Victoria and Alberts.
If you’re the kind of people that like to watch the kitchen as you eat, Flying Fish and Jiko have on stage kitchen counter seating while Citrico’s and California Grill have on stage kitchens with tables that give kitchen views.