[QUOTE=cjtownman;1031074]See, that is the “magic” of Disney. We have had a great meal at Chefs De France and we had a REALLY bad one there. Our first meal was beautifully presented, friendly service, etc. Our last meal there 3 years ago was cold, obviously pre-prepared and frozen, and the wait staff was pretty horrible.
With Disney, you just never know what you are going to get. Generally you have to just have a “wait and see” attitude. I am eager to try Le Cellier, I am right now ready to flip a coin and see if it stays on our ADR’s…
That same day we already have Chef Mickey’s at 7:35am and Rose and Crown at 8:30pm. Hmmm, may be too much food.[/QUOTE]
Chefs de France went through a really bad patch a few years ago when the dining plan came in. The same thing happened to us. Then, a couple of years later we decided to give it another try and it was great again. Since then we’ve gone every year and it has been consistently good.
We do love LeCellier - I’ve never had a bad meal there and the steak tastes like “home” to us. There is a subtle difference in taste between American and Canadian beef - presumably because of the difference in feed - and we love to have a taste of home when we’re at WDW.