Disney Food Confession – Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes with Recipe

filet with mashed

Where to find it:   Right here! (They used to be on the menu at Le Cellier in Epcot’s World Showcase (Canada) until they revised the menu this year). You will have to make them yourself but they are worth it.What is it?  Rich and creamy mashed spuds that serve as the ideal complement to a perfectly cooked steak.Why you want it:  Because they were the best mashed potatoes at Walt Disney World. During every visit to Le Cellier I had them as the accompaniment to my Mushroom Filet Mignon … [Read more...]

The Most Talked-About Treat at Disney Parks

If last week’s D23 crowd and blog posts are any indication, this adorable pretzel has to be one of the most coveted tastes at Walt Disney World Resort. You can only find them one place: in Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom at Frontierland Pretzel Wagon between the Diamond Horseshoe and Pecos Bill Cafe (next to the turkey leg cart). Pair the twist with cheese and chocolate dipping sauces. Insiders tell us it’s still in “testing phase” at Walt Disney World Resort, but we bet it’s here to … [Read more...]

Disney Food Confession: S’mores from the 50s Prime Time Cafe.


Where to find it:  At the 50s Prime Time Cafe at Disney Hollywood Studios.What is it? That classic campfire combination of graham crackers topped with melted marshmallow drizzled with chocolate sauce.Why you want it:  Because the crisp, almost burnt, caramelized exterior hides a warm gooey center.  Just in case that wasn't decadent enough, it's covered in chocolate.  It's enough to make even confirmed marshmallow hater like me say "Oh, well maybe just this once.  Or twice."  You know,  … [Read more...]

Steakhouse 55 A Cut Above With Indulgent Angus Beef, Award-Winning Wine List


With an vintage Hollywood ambience that includes classic photos of Walt Disney dining with movie stars, white linen tablecloths and servers in old-fashioned bowties, Steakhouse 55 at the Disneyland Hotel is an upscale-yet-comfortable culinary indulgence.“My goal is to capture the feeling of a traditional steakhouse, but with our own flair, and to celebrate a great steak,” said Chef Jason Martin.The “55″ is an ode to 1955, the year Disneyland opened, an era when a night on the town was a … [Read more...]

Best Food Values at Disneyland Resort

Economy-minded vacationers will find plenty of choices for delicious dining that won’t break the budget.  Think beyond hot dogs and hamburgers.  Here are some interesting picks for inexpensive dining ($10 or less) at the Disneyland Resort:At Disneyland ParkBengal Barbecue in Adventureland (bacon-wrapped asparagus, vegetable, chicken or beef skewers) Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland (four cheese enchiladas with red chile sauce) Carnation Café on Main Street, U.S.A. (a bowl of loaded … [Read more...]