Disney Dining Ins & Outs of the Mickey’s Kitchen Sink at Disney World

Kitchen Sink

 

Recently I had a chance to try the Mickey Kitchen Sink in the Magic Kingdom at The Plaza Restaurant. After a delicious dinner I accepted this Disney Dining Ice Cream challenge.

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Having tried the much larger Kitchen Sink at Beaches & Cream at the Yacht & Beach Club Resort and failing miserably even with 5 helpers I was confident I could take down this mini version.

Just like the much larger Kitchen sink this Mickey version is packed with flavor. Missing was all the brownie and cake pieces. Really the dessert was more a sundae and not quite on the same level as the Kitchen Sink. It had all the other extras just not the filler.

Kitchen Sink

While really good even with the new lower price I had one major complaint. When you finish or almost finish it they will not rinse it out for you. I mean really? They tell you to walk to the bathoom outside and go rinse it out yourself. Come on Disney what kinda customer service is that?

Ok I lied I had more than one complaint but this didn’t really bother me as I don’t use Disney Dining Plan but the couple next to me wanted a kitchen sink too but couldn’t trade in their 2 desserts credits for 1 kitchen sink, the waiter wouldn’t even upcharge them for the bowl. I think Disney needs to work on that.

Overall it was a tasty sundae but I will be honest it is no Kitchen Sink. You can get the Mickey Kitchen Sink at the Plaza or next door at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor the price is now down from $28 to $14.99.

Have you tried out this tasty treat yet? Tell me what you think in the comment box below.

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  • Alivia Chavira Charles Mcgrew

    I’m glad to see that they brought the price down. Now I’ll try it. I think the sink is adorable, but I didn’t want to pay $30 for it. It’s too tiny. :-)

  • Loretta Garcia

    I enjoyed a taste or two during my #disneyside at Disneyland. I had help from the grandkids and family but it was as Chip mentioned just a sundae. Ours came with 2 choc chip cookies, 2 or 3 scoops of ice cream, hot fudge and whipped cream. Delicious at $11.99 but not more than that. :)

  • Nicci P

    We haven’t had the Kitchen Sink yet but had a similar problem with the Mickey Pumpkinhead ice cream bowls. They wouldnt clean those out for us either. I think they should give you an option of giving you a clean one and just giving you the icecream in a paper bowl or something. Most people don’t want to have struggle trying to clean it out at a bathroom sink. It may just be certain castmembers that aren’t accomodating. :(

  • Sheryl Beth Alvarez

    We got this during the 24 hour event at the ice cream shop and the easily subbed out the strawberry ice cream and topping for chocolate and even put the peanut butter chips in a little cup on the side. 4 of us shared it and enjoyed it. They rinsed it out for us afterwards as well. I find Disney very accommodating.

  • Earl HouserJr.

    I ordered the Mickey’s Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream and they did wash it out for me and put it into a small plastic bag. They were very accommodating, even had brownies with it!

  • Dennis Williams

    We had it Thursday night and were kinda let down. 2 of us couldn’t finish it.
    they struggled to work around my fiancee allergy to strawberries… after talking to manager they got it..but took almost 15 minutes. They are serious when they say NO substitutions.
    Its definitely not easy to clean in the bathroom sinks. There is just no real water pressure.