Welcome to the first stop aboard Magical Blogorail Blue. Enjoy the ride as we share “The Perfect Disney Meal.”
There is so much delicious food to choose from when you visit Walt Disney World. Not only that, but there are a wide variety of locations and amenities that make your meal extra special. Imagine if you had to power to create your ultimate Disney meal. What food would you choose? Where would it be? What extra magic would you include? The possibilities are endless!
We have granted ourselves that power and today are giving you both of our Ultimate Disney Meals. We thought it would be fun to include both of our points of view since we have two different tastes when it comes to Disney food.
Lisa’s Meal – Breakfast with a View
|Pineapple Macadamia Nut Pancakes and Kona Coffee from Kona Cafe|
When thinking about my ultimate Disney meal, at first I had a hard time. For me, my most favorite Disney dishes were not ones that were served at dinner. Then it hit me. Why not do breakfast? Besides, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
For the food portion of my meal, I pieced together some of my favorite breakfast from some of my favorite breakfast locations in Walt Disney World.
|James enjoying Passion Fruit, Orange, Guava juice at ‘Ohana|
- Kona Coffee – Kona Cafe
- Jungle Juice/POG Juice – Tusker House/’Ohana
- Pineapple Macadamia Nut Pancakes- Kona Cafe
- Breakfast Potatoes – ‘Ohana
- Mealie Pap (traditional South African porridge) – Tusker House
- Nutella Waffle Sandwich – Sleepy Hollow Inn
|View from our Bay Lake Tower veranda|
|Filet Mignon and Butter-Poached Lobster Tail at Narcoossee’s|
I’m not a breakfast guy. Don’t get me wrong. I love a good omelet, or some fluffy pancakes with maple syrup, and of course I loves me some bacon. But there are days I wake up and don’t eat anything at all until lunch time. So it’s no wonder I’m usually famished by the time dinner time comes around.
My perfect dinner comes from meals I’ve actually eaten. While my appetizer was not served as such when I had it, the portion was small enough that I think it could work as one. Dessert was probably the toughest item to choose, but since this is all hypothetical, flying in my dessert from a Disney Cruise Line ship doesn’t seem that impossible, now does it?
My Dinner Menu:
|The Chocolate Souffle from Palo aboard the Disney Dream|
- Beverage: Bottomless Vanilla Milkshakes – Whispering Canyon Cafe
- Appetizer: Roasted Quail stuffed with Serrano Ham and Gruyere Cheese – Victoria & Albert’s
- Soup: Cheddar Cheese Soup and Pretzel Bread – Le Cellier
- Salad: Salad? Ha Ha Ha Ha!
- Entree: “Surf and Turf”: Char-crusted Angus New York Strip Steak – Flying Fish Cafe, and Butter-Poached Lobster Tail – Narcoossee’s
- Side Dishes: Potatoes – ‘Ohana, Garden Fresh Vegetables – Garden Grill
- Dessert: Chocolate Souffle – Palo, Disney Dream
|Wishes above Cinderella Castle, Magic Kingdom|
Lisa chose such a great spot for her meal that I’m very tempted to do the same. But I think I’ll have mine inside Magic Kingdom. Although nothing from its menu made it into my meal, Casey’s Corner is my favorite counter service restaurant, and I can’t think of a better place to eat my meal while listening to live music from the piano, the Main Street USA music, watching the Main Street Electrical Parade as it goes by, followed by Wishes!
I would linger until the kiss goodnight and be the last person to walk out of the park, strolling down an empty Main Street (if I’m able to walk).
Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard: