I was invited out to breakfast to the Grand Floridian Cafe by my friends this morning.
It’s a very pretty restaurant and the food is very good (try the vanilla flavored French Toast…so good!)
The cafe is very pretty, especially in the morning with the sunlight streaming in through the windows. It’s all pinks and creams, with lovely views of the Grand Floridian rose garden.
Elegant, yet unpretentious, the Grand Floridian Cafe is a delightful restaurant. The Victorian motif features lovely florals and muted tones. A wall of windows overlooks the courtyard and landscaped rose gardens of the Grand Floridian Resort.
Grand Floridian Cafe
Breakfast Menu, July 2015
American – Two eggs served with biscuits, bacon, sausage and breakfast potatoes and a choice of juice, $13.99
Sirloin Steak and Eggs – Breakfast potatoes, two eggs your way in Béarnaise sauce, $17.99
Fruit Plate – with cottage cheese or Greek yogurt and granola, $8.99
Smoked Salmon – with tomatoes, onions, capers, cream cheese and toasted bagel, $10.99
Eggs Benedict – Two poached eggs on a toasted English Muffin, Canadian bacon, and Key Lime hollandaise sauce served with asparagus and broiled tomato au gratin, $11.99
Lobster Eggs Benedict – Two poached eggs, lobster hash, asparagus, and hollandaise sauce, $18.99
Ham and Cheese Omelet – served with breakfast potatoes, $11.49
Frittata – Egg whites, onions, mushrooms, asparagus, tomatoes, basil and fresh fruit, $9.99
Seasonal Pancakes – Seasonally-inspired with house-made butter with choice of bacon or sausage, $12.49
Mickey Waffle – malted or multigrain waffle served with bacon or sausage, $10.99
Buttermilk Pancakes – served with bacon or sausage; strawberry, blueberry or bananas add $2.00, $12.49
Vanilla-laced French Toast – Brioche bread dipped in vanilla-flavored egg batter served with bacon or sausage, $11.99 [Recommended!]
Ham, Bacon or Sausage, $3.99
Turkey Sausage or Canadian Bacon, $4.99
Fruit-flavored Yogurt, $4.99
Greek Yogurt – with orange blossom honey, $3.99
Cottage Cheese, $3.99
Pastry Selections, $5.99
Danish or Croissant, $2.99
Bagel and Cream Cheese, $3.99
Steel-cut Oatmeal – served with raisins and brown sugar, $6.99
Grand Blend Press Pot Coffee, $6.79
Cappuccino or Latte – Flavored with Chocolate, Caramel or Vanilla – add $.50; $ 4.19
Specialty Beverages (non-alcoholic)
Disney Character Punch – Light Lemonade Punch served in a souvenir cup with a glowing Disney character clip-on light, $6.99
Mega Berry Smoothie – raspberry puree and nonfat yogurt blended with Odwalla Berries Go Mega, $4.99
Raspberry Colada – blend of creamy colada and pureed raspberries, $4.99
Tropical Splash – refreshing surprise of blended strawberries and orange juice, $4.99
All-natural Lemonade – topped with a Wildberry Foam, $4.19
Frozen Cappuccinos – chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut or caramel, $4.69
Specialty Cocktails (alcoholic)
Grand Colada – a tropical blend of Myer’s Rum, Coconut, and Pineapple, topped with Blue Curacao, $10.25
Florida Sunshine – Peach Schnapps, Chambord, Skyy Vodka, and a splash of orange and cranberry juices, $10.25
Key West – a frozen blend of pureed strawberries and orange juice, laced with rum, $9.00
Grand Mimosa – Champagne, orange juice and a splash of Grand Marnier, $10.25
Two Girls and a Mouse Tale
by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins
We worked at WDW for a year in the Disney College Program (Fall 2013/Spring 2014) and have written a book about what it’s like to be a cast member working for Disney.
We included advice on how to successfully get into the DCP program, including some of the actual phone interview questions, how to have a successful internship, and how not self-term before your program ends. Our book is filled with lots of behind-the-scene stories of the magic of Disney.
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