Over the weekend, I stopped by Splitsville at Disney Springs for a quick lunch and to watch some football. I placed an order for an item I had very much enjoyed in the past: The Alberto. It’s one of the items from their sushi menu and is described as “no rice, just lean protein and veggies. Spicy tuna and avocado rolled in thinly sliced cucumber and served with lemon ponzu sauce.” This is what arrived. We’ll get to a comparison photo from the first time I had it momentarily.
This week on Eating WDW:
Chipotle Chicken Avocado from Earl of Sandwich
We kick off the week with a visit to Biergarten.
We filled up at Cabanas on the Disney Fantasy.
We had a less than stellar Blue Hawaii ramune in Japan.
Earl of Sandwich’s Chipotle Chicken Avocado sandwich is fantastic.
For something sweet, we tried a Mickey Chocolate Cake Pop.
Spice & Tea Exchange’s Moroccan Spice Blend is a great way to add more flavor at home.
And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!
Tutto Gusto and Tutto Italia Rendering
Andy has some great pictures of the refurbished Tutto Italia and Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar at Eating (and Drinking) around the World.
Disney Hipster Blog shares their eating plans for their trip to Disneyland.
Brenda shares her favorite snacks at Disney Food Report.
Ryan at Main Street Gazette gets groovy with the Tie-Dyed Cheesecake from Pop Century.
Disney Parks Blog gives us the scoop on Splitsville, and it looks like the food will be a win! In Disneyland, Tortilla Jo’s will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a special Prix Fixe menu at Downtown Disney District.
Posted in Dining, Disneyland, Downtown Disney, Drinks, Epcot, Food, Resorts, Restaurants, Snacks
Tagged Cinco de Mayo, Italy, Pop Century, Splitsville, Tie-Dyed Cheesecake, Tortilla Jo's, Tutto Gusta Wine Cellar, Tutto Italia