The Garden Grill restaurant offers plentiful opportunities for character interaction in a rather more relaxed setting than many other character dining experiences. The restaurant gently revolves past scenes from Living with the Land, which is interesting to look at when the characters aren't around.
The bread with maple butter was very well received by our group. The fillet of beef brought out with the mains appeared to be on the rare side of medium, but was tender and juicy. The fish with tomato compote was well cooked and tasty. Creamy masked potatoes finished the main. We shared 2 platters between 6 of us, which was more than enough, and were then presented with 2 fruit cobblers topped with a scoop of vanilla cream.
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