Testimonials

We always get great feedback about our e-Books. Here are just a few of my favorites!

We are in WDW right now, having a great time….but I can’t thank you enough for all I’ve learned from DFB videos, books, and blog! I know exactly what I want to try and where to get it! Especially….the spiked Dole whip at Tami Tamu—-dear Lord I’m ready to quit my job and move to Orlando!

Steven K.

Love your updates and your online books. Can’t wait to go to Disney again, but in the meantime, delighted that I know what’s happening food wise and what I want to plan around when I get there. Keep up the great work!

Tina H.

I loved the book. It is WAY BEYOND what I expected. Really great!

Debbi P.

Thank you very much. I actually live in Celebration and keep up with your guides and emails to keep up on food options for friends, family and clients. Your guides help us keep up with new and interesting trends around the parks.

Timothy D.

Thank you so much. I can’t wait to read it…they are always AWESOME reads.
Keep doing what you’re doing.

Emma G.

We love you guys so much! We were so happy with last year’s e-book and couldn’t wait for this year’s! Thank you guys for everything!

Emery B.

I would like to say “thank you” for all that you do. I think that the amount you charge for the PDF guides is extremely reasonable for the amount of work that is done and the quality of the document.

I just got back from the Food and Wine festival, and wouldn’t have enjoyed it as much without the PDF and all the daily e-mails that you send.

THANK YOU for making an already enjoyable experience superlative.

Mary K.

I love your blog and bought your book prior to our trip. Based on your suggestions, my neice and I ate at several restaurants we had not tried before. Saana-wonderful dining experience. The butter chicken was fantastic! I can’t wait to go again. The staff was excellent and they accommodated my niece’s food allergy with no problem.

We ate at The Wave for breakfast. Loved it. A Quiet leisurely breakfast was the way to start the day. The sweet potato pancakes with pecan butter were a really treat! Loved the multi-grain Mickey waffles and the Wave grits were yummy!

Many thanks to your for your hard work!

–Debra P.

Even though we have been to the Food & Wine Festival several times before, the DFB guide is super helpful!!!! Thanks for publishing it every year!!!!

Lynn P.

Your website is honestly my favorite! I always get super excited when I see a new update on Facebook and quickly click on the links to read your updated articles. The photos accompanying the written reviews make me feel like I am actually there with you enjoying the experience! Thank you for keeping me entertained everyday with something exciting and tasty looking! I am visiting WDW from June 1st to 7th and used your site and book to plan all of our meals as well as the snacks (particularly the cupcake stops)! Keep up the great work!

–Jennifer B.

What I’ve read so far is great! I don’t know how I’ve managed without these books before.

–Suzanne S.

Just a quick e-mail to say I’m so glad we used the Disney Food Blog in the planning of our recent trip to Walt Disney World. In addition to the blog we also purchased the book/PDF and found it invaluable during both our visit and planning. We had some super dining experiences, many of which we would of simply missed without your excellent recommendations and advice.

Keep up the great work, we shall keep an active interest on the blog and once again purchase the book/PDF when we return in 2017.

–M.C. and Family

Let me first say I made the best purchase two weeks ago when I bought the “DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2013!”

This is our family’s third visit to Disney World and our two girls are now teenagers, 17 & 14. Usually my family puts all the decisions for planning meals and where we are going all on me, but with this book everyone is much more excited in helping plan OUR Disney Vacation. THANKS!!!!

I especially like the section about teenagers and how they do get excited about the food at that age and it can add another level of fun to the vacation.

–Margaret R.

I heard you on WDW Radio and just bought all the books. I was worried about the downloads because I’m not computer savvy, but it was so easy and fast, and now it’s in my Itunes. I’m really excited to snack my way around the World. Thanks so much.

–Cyan M.

I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know I just returned from a 10 day trip in Orlando. We spent the first three days at Universal and then a week at Disney. I was armed with your e-books and had my food hit lists ready to go. I knew I wouldn’t make it through all my lists but I tried hard! LOL Thanks to you, I am completely addicted to the Werthers caramel popcorn and the salted choc caramel squares. It took me days to eat one! I went back at the end of the trip and got four more and three bags of popcorn to bring home as gifts (and to some to keep!). I also tried the choc caramel apple. I got it in a To Go container but it wasn’t as you described. It was this cool container that allows the stick to stay in the apple. I was happy because it allowed me to take it home without it being cut up.

I also had the queso at La Cava and the crazy corn at Paradiso 37. I had many more meals/snacks and I pretty much found all your suggestions right on the money. I ate way more than I usually do and now I need to get back on my weight watchers plan! LOL!! So I just wanted to say thank you and I will try to finish my lists the next time I go!!

–Audrey C.

My husband and I just returned from a wonderful 9 day trip to Disney World. I wanted to say a big, heartfelt THANK YOU! The Disney Food Blog made our trip perfect, food wise. I found this blog around January when we started to plan our trip for the end of April. My husband and I are huge foodies and found all the information we needed on your blog. Then your book came out and gave us further information in a very organized manner, which proved to be very helpful. Food is a large part in our planning on any trip and we hold Disney on a high pedestal. This was our first trip to Disney World. We are regulars at Disneyland and feel like we have a good handle on the food there. Disney World was a whole different animal. We were able to eat at a variety of different places on a budget of $30 per person, per day.

–Lisa C.