Review: Try every new appetizer, Entree, and dessert at Café Orleans in Disneyland

There are a host of new and exciting dishes on the menu at Café Orleans in Disneyland and we stopped by to give them a taste.

The restaurant is located in New Orleans Square. Reservations are highly recommended as the classic place is very popular.

Here is a look at the updated list:

tuna tartar – $14

Mango puree, avocado cream and watermelon with potato chips

This was much better than expected. This is not a dish we think we are ordering here, but the quality was very high, even if the dish was a bit small. This is a nice, light and refreshing option on a hot summer day.

The sweetness of the mango goes perfectly, the cream of avocado and watermelon taste very fresh. The chips were nice and salty, a perfect match when scraping everything displayed on the plate.

Homemade White Bean Hummus – $10

Olive oil, pistachio, pickled vegetables in charcoal bread

Another amazing hit like the hummus that we usually enjoy is made with chickpeas. Despite the concern, it wasn’t chalky or “earthy” in taste as you might expect, offset by the olive and pistachio oils.

The quersetini had a toasted crust and a smooth interior, which makes for a nice pairing. It was drenched in olive oil, which is always great.

steak frites – $28

Flat Iron Steak and Pomme’s Frites with Verde Sauce

This was one of the best steaks we had in Disney Park. Perfectly prepared, well seasoned, and quite generous for the cost.

We know a lot about the loss of the old Pommes Frites, but we actually think this is the best iteration in the long history of the Orleans Café. It’s sliced ​​thick, crunchy on the outside, soft and warm on the inside, and topped with just the right amount of cheese.

Shrimp Pasta – $23

Pappardelle pasta, steam beer cream sauce and herbs with parmesan cheese

This was the one thing we would not order again from this visit. The shrimp was plump and didn’t taste fishy at all. The pasta was freshly prepared, but perhaps a little overcooked. It’s such a good dish, it gets lost mixing up a lot of really great offerings here.

Vanilla Crème Brûlée – $9

Vanilla custard, caramelized sugar and seasonal compote

Creme brulee at the steakhouse level. Portion size is nice enough to share (not what we think you’ll do). It is obviously made of high quality cream. The vanilla flavor isn’t overpowering, but rather a nice, fun accent to this sugary delight.

Everything is topped with a delicious, soft shortbread, whipped cream, and a few blueberries.

Macarons – $16

Macarons are chocolate, almonds, red oranges, berries, lemon poppy and pistachios.

The macarons are obviously imported from a third party, but we’re willing to overlook that for their quality. The price may seem a little high, but the cost is in line with many non-tourist spots. Honestly, it was better than any attempts at Parisian brownie we’ve had at Disneyland Paris, serving airy, almond-flavored desserts all the time. Variety is perfect and has all its advantages. There was no weakness in the group.

Overall, we were amazed by the majority of our meal at Orleans Cafe (for the first time in a long time honestly), a fun place to have a meal outside on a nice day in the happiest place on earth.

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