We always like to see some of the amazing food and beverage offerings at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts. There are so many great options to check out this month and we have a look at the highlight from Disney Parks Blog. Check it out below:
A Very Merry Unbirthday Tea Party is coming to the Disneyland Hotel on May 31st. Guests of all ages can enjoy a midday tea and treats themed after Alice in Wonderland. The event will be offered at Steakhouse 55 at the Disneyland Hotel on select days throughout the summer.
The Sand Bar Lounge at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel are offering a few new items. The spaghetti burger features a beef patty with mozzarella cheese, sun-dried tomato spread, and arugula sandwiched between two buns made out of fried spaghetti. You’ll find it on the Big Bites section of the menu along with an Arugula Salad topped with a soft-poached egg and a Double B-L-T-A with crispy bacon, braised pork belly, butter lettuce, balsamic tomatoes, and creamy avocado on focaccia.
The menu will also feature new pizzas and a variety of taco offerings, seafood ceviche, chicken drum sticks, chili-lime yuca fries, and even sliders. If you want to check out the PBJ Burger Slider, it is a plant-based patty, peanut butter, and blackberry jam served on a toasted potato bun.
If you save room for dessert, there is the Confetti Dessert Nachos. It comes topped with vanilla whipped cream, diced strawberries, chocolate drizzle, and sprinkles.
At Disney California Adventure Park, Smokejumpers Grill has also added a couple new entrees to the menu. There is the Grilled Chicken Sandwich, which is made with herb-marinated chicken breast, jack cheese, and sundried tomato sauce. There is also a new Veggie Burger offering.
At Paradise Garden Grill there is a new menu that is inspired by Mediterranean flavors. There are skewers which come with a choice of grilled steak, vegetable and tofu, spicy beef and lamb meatball, and lemon oregano chicken served with rice pilaf, cucumber salad, and pita bread. The sauce options include Spicy Chili Sauce, Medium Chimichurri, and Mild Tzatziki. There is also the Beef Gyro Platter and Greek Salad offerings. If you have room for dessert there is the Baklava, a phyllo pastry stuffed with chopped walnuts and dipped in orange flower-flavored syrup.
Also at Disney California Adventure park you can check out the new outdoor patio at Cathay Circle Lounge. You can enjoy appetizer and beverages while checking out the sights.
At Walt Disney World, there are new dishes offered at Storybook Dining at Artist Point in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. On the appetizer menu, the Hunter’s Terrine comes with chicken, black truffle, and a sweet stone fruit preserve. There’s also Bashful’s Butter-poached Kingklip with farro, fava beans, English peas, and gremolata featured on the entrée menu.
Be Our Guest Restaurant has also made changes to their breakfast and lunch menu items. At breakfast, kids can enjoy Chocolate-Hazelnut Crépes with fresh berry compote and whipped cream or a Mickey-shaped Egg and Cheese dish served with Applewood-smoked bacon and fresh fruit. For the lunch menu, kids can order Feast a’ la Beast with braised red wine chicken, bacon, mushrooms, mashed potatoes, and sautéed green beans.
For adults, there are new items on the lunch menu including a Sweet Corn Bisque, Coque au Vin and Cannellini Bean Cassoulet featuring slow-cooked onions, red peppers, zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, garlic, and thyme with white cannellini beans and toasted crostini served with a mixed spring salad. There are also new salads including a Citrus Poached Shrimp Salad, a Grilled Chicken Salad, and a Tuna Nicoise Salad. The Citrus Poached Shrimp Salad comes topped with sliced gold beets, julienne roasted red peppers, haricot verts, pickled shallots, grape tomatoes, and carrots. The Tuna Nicoise Salad comes topped with seared ahi tuna, julienne roasted red peppers, haricot verts, grape tomatoes, roasted fingerling potatoes, kalamata olives, and a poached egg. All three salads are also served with a red wine vinaigrette.
Which one of these offerings would you most like to try?
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