Breakfast and Dinner
Dining Plan - (1) Table Service per person
Opened in 2009,
on the Boardwalk, Kouzzina by Cat Cora, is a must visit! The
cuisine is greek, complete with plate twirling.
Our first visit
was in December of 2009. It was a rainy evening. We arrived
about fifteen minutes before our reservation, and found people
standing in the lobby waiting The vast majority of them also
had reservations. I saw this as a good sign, however Cindy
was a little perturbed at this point, and her words were "This
better be worth it!"...
food was absolutely delicious! We had the full course
deal including appetizer and dessert. Cindy
had the Cinnamon Stewed Chicken, and I had the Fishermen's
Stew. We both loved our meals, and agreed that each meal
was worth getting again.
We even tried the
Cat Cora specialty drink, Ouzo-tini. Since neither one of
us regularly drink, the Ouzo-tini seemed a bit strong, but
delightful, just the same.
Our server, Dale
was a lot of fun. He was straight-forward, had a dry wit,
and didn't need to write anything down. Amazing memory!
We both noticed,
and had just starting discussing the lack of obvious Disney
artwork, items or theme, when Dale brought our desserts. I
had the small sugar powdered cakes that had dipping sauces...
Lo and behold, they had arranged it all to look like the Mickey
When we left, we
both felt the experience was definitely worth drudging thru
the rain. Keep in mind, this was the week Cindy
was in the wheelchair, and the ferry docked quite a ways from
We both give Kouzzina
by Cat Cora a 5-star rating, and worth more visits. Cindy
has already been back in April (2010) with her daughter Annie,
and we've already reserved for July (2010), when we'll visit
Disney World with my mom, my daughter Renae, my sister Dianne,
brother-in-law Jeff, Cindy's son-in-law Jon and her granddaughter
Julius Covington, Sr.
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