This is part 2 from a really long post about my experience at the Disney World resorts and parks as a spoonie. You can read part 1 here.
Speaking of food, plenty of it was available during my stay. There were several restaurants within the hotel itself, (which is attached to the Beach Club Resort.) Just make sure you have reservations well in advance if you don’t want to risk having to wait to get a table. Several mornings I popped down to the Captain’s Grille to get breakfast. While they had a well-stocked buffet, I opted for ordering from the menu all but one time. My hip, legs, and feet had been killing me, so I had no desire to get up and go get my breakfast. The food was pretty good and, considering it’s Disney, wasn’t horribly overpriced.
Citrus-scented challah french toast with fresh strawberry compote, white chocolate drizzle, and lavendar-infused syrup anyone?
A boat ride away were Boardwalk-style cart vendors with hot dogs, corn dogs, margaritas, pizza, and funnel cake and more sit down restaurants. I was disappointed that Cat Cora’s restaurant was closed for renovations.
And if you can’t leave your room because you can barely walk, there’s always room service. Yes, it’s a bit overpriced, but the prices aren’t bad considering that it’s Disney room service. And the food you receive is actually good.
Oh, nothing. Just pan-seared chicken with butternut squash pureé, pomegranate reduction, pumpkin seed pesto, sautéed squash, and fergola.