I recognize those camels. Saw them at Disney World last year!
The original Top of the World Restaurant at at the Contemporary
In addition to the Fireworks Factory, Bonfamille’s, and Kouzzina, I thought of two more that I miss:
The first is the Adventurer's Club in the old Pleasure Island. In our last trip, I was too tired to try the possible replacements (Jock Lindsey's in Disney Springs and maybe Trader Sam's at the Polynesian). Now, the Adventurers Club was more a show than an eating place, but it did serve drinks.
The second is the breakfast served with the special sunrise safari that used to be available to concierge guests at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Now, the safari was the main thing (particularly, stopping to get photos much longer than the normal ride), but the African themed buffet breakfast that went with it was as memorable.
In our last trip, we also went to Fulton's Crab House, and had one of the best meals ever (with a super waiter). Since then, the Crab House has closed (or will soon close), and it going to be refurbished. Hopefully, they won't change the menu much, and will bring back that waiter.
Lets see, some of the meals at places closed I remember are:
Fireworks Factory in the old Pleasure Island (closed long before PI became Disney Springs).
Bonfamille's in Port Orleans (now Port Orleans French Quarter).
Kouzzina by Cat Cora.
I'm sure I will remember others later.
Tangaroa Terrace at the Disneyland Hotel is very similar to what Tahitian Terrace was back in the day.
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