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Dining at Disney, really that good?

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I'm planning a trip to WDW and I've been browsing some Disney specific websites. There is so much love for the food at Disney. There are threads devoted to posting pictures and reviews. But some that I look at, it just looks like chain food. So is it really that good? Or is the "Disney magic"?

Don't get me wrong....I LOVE the ham and cheese croissant in France at Epcot. And I LOVE Dole Whip. But they aren't amazing culinary experiences either.

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