Rope drop on a Sunday and the River Belle Terrace at Disneyland is a great way to take advantage of shorter lines, less people in those precious keepsake photos, and breakfast at the park. We had a mission to get to River Belle Terrace to try their famous Monkey Bread and rope drop was the best way to get it done!
The River Belle Terrace is a beautiful table service restaurant that faces the waters of the Rivers America on the corner where Adventureland, New Orleans Square, and Frontierland meet in Disneyland. In late July, Disneyland brought back breakfast to the River Belle Terrace introducing many new dishes, one of them being Monkey Bread, which was all I had on my mind.
I don’t even know where to begin with the sweet deliciousness that is the Monkey Bread. Everything about this dish is absolutely incredible, from the warm soft sweet buttery bread, decadent pecan butter caramel sauce, crunchy candied pecans, and house-made vanilla bean Chantilly cream. But the true star of this dish is the Crème Anglaise, which is a pourable custard that is light, sweet, and perfectly complements everything about this dish. From your very first bite warm gooey bite to your last, this dish will have you hooked and wanting more. If you ask this girl, the cinnamon rolls better be scared because there’s a new kid on the block of sweet breakfast pastries, and he’s worth going bananas over.
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