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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Narcoosee's, how I love thee!


Narcoosee's is a wonderful signature dining experience located at Walt Disney World's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.  This resort is beautiful.  It really is my dream resort.  I love the relaxing feel, the theming, and looking out over the water.  Narcoosee's is nestled on the grounds in a great little nook.  


My 30th birthday dinner this March was here for some fabulous seafood, great waiters, and an all around magical evening.  While we waited for our table we stood out on the porch over the water and enjoyed the view.  We took some pictures and just enjoyed being together.  We were seated within 5 minutes of our reservation time.  


The views of the Seven Seas lagoon were just the beginning! The seafood here was fabulous (visit the menu here).  I started my meal with the apple salad and my husband with the lobster bisque (two thumbs up for both), we then split crab cakes (delicious!), and he had the Lobster and Filet dish for his entree while I got the Ahi Tuna.  Both were exquisite (although my husband was so impressed by the lobster he said if we make a return visit he would just get the big lobster plate).  When we were done eating and finishing our drinks our waitress brought out dessert menus, but before we could order anything they returned with a complimentary birthday dessert for me!!


We split the Creme Brulee and because my hubby loves cheesecake he ordered this for himself as well! This was such a great meal and a great day for us.  I recommend this to everyone I know when asked for signature recomendations.  I think it is overlooked because there are other signature options at the Grand Floridian but it really was everything I hoped it would be and more! We were staying at the Polynesian and as we ate our dessert the sun began to set so we decided to take the boat back so we could watch the sun set over Seven Seas lagoon as we headed back to get ready for our Magic Kingdom evening.  What better atmosphere to enjoy on a vacation (or any day of the year)?

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