No matter where you are in the Disney World, if you’re looking for something good to eat nothing is ever too far from reach. Some of these foods are even considered to be award-winning, So stick around if you want to hear that list.
Le Cellier Steakhouse in the Canadian Pavilion is currently doing their Summer Prix Fixe Menu. This menu is back by popular demand. For $55 A person. You can get your choice of one appetizer, one entrée, and one dessert.
For your Appetizer, you can choose between Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup or the Baby Iceberg Wedge Salad with Edamame, Apple-Wood Smoked Bacon, Fourme D’ambert Blue Cheese, and Crispy Onions.
For your Entrée, you can choose between three different choices. The first being the Le Cellier Steak Sandwich. (The sandwich is made with USDA Prime New York Strip Steak on toasted ciabatta with Parmesan-truffle fries on the side). Another choice is the Surf and Turf Sandwich Combo. (a Canadian lobster roll sandwich and a Wagyu beef slider) The third choice is the Steamed Asian Style Dumplings (plant-based meat dumplings with bok choy, Chinese long beans, red peppers, radish, and Asian broth).
As if your pants weren’t already feeling tight enough, there are two Dessert options. Maple Crème Brûlée or Duke Caboom’s Favorite Canadian Nanaimo (a chocolate coconut brownie with vanilla pastry cream, chocolate glaçage, maple meringue, and black raspberry-chocolate chip gelato). Good thing calories don’t count on vacation, right?
Head down to the Refreshment Outpost if you’re looking to celebrate “The Lion King”. They currently have new menu items based on the movie. Including Nigerian Meat Pies, The No Worries Panna Cotta ( a raspberry, papaya, and mango panna cotta with a crushed cookie bottom and white chocolate), and for the 21 and up the crowd; There’s also the Savannah Smoothie (a mix of coconut milk, agave, and cream liqueur).
Calling all of our vegan friends, D-Luxe Burger has a vegan burger now! Long are the days of only munching on salads or sides of fries as your family or friends get to enjoy their burgers, Now you can too. The Vegan Burger includes a plant-based patty with cabbage and mushroom ragoût, mango salsa, lettuce, tomato, and pickle on a vegan Parker House roll.
The Boardwalk bakery has recently come out with a new sandwich for seafood lovers. The Seaside Sammich is made on a hoagie roll with lobster, shrimp, bacon, and tomatoes. It even comes with a side of chips or French fries.
If you are in the mood for some award-winning foods then head down to The Flying Fish which is also located on the Boardwalk. Chef Tim Majoras was recently awarded the 2019 Critic’s Pick – Best Chef Award by Orlando Magazine. Dining Critic Joseph Hayes says “There are chefs who cook to a superb standard every day, and sometimes one who rises above it with a vision of what is possible.”
More Award Winners
USA Today recently released its list of “10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Amusement Park Restaurants.” The list is voted on by their food, atmosphere, and service. We are proud to announce that six out of ten of the spots were taken by Disney restaurants! This list includes Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria in Epcot, Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ in Disney Springs, Be Our Guest Restaurant at Magic Kingdom Park, Boma at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, California Grill in Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
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