WDW restaurants include:
Il Mulino New York Trattoria and Todd English’s Bluezoo at Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort; Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish and STK Orlando at Disney Springs; and The Wave, The Turf Club, Olivia’s Cafe, Jiko – The Cooking Place, Grand Floridian Cafe and Boatwright’s Dining Hall
The Wave menu:
The bread is made onsite and is whole grain and delicious. The butter is topped by red Hawiian sea salt. We both started with Mussels. This was so good, I could eat this every day. It’s garlicky but has a hint of citrus.
Joe went with the seafood. I had some of his scallops and they were so tender and perfectly caramelized. The grouper was a generous size and perfectly cooked. He said it was wonderful and had a little kick.
I had the chicken. It definitely has a kick but the avacado and queso fresco kept it cool. This was truly one of the most flavorful dishes I’ve ever had. The corn mix was my favorite!
We chose the same dessert – chocolate peanut butter cake. It was very rich and almost too big but we both managed to finish every bite!
We walked away full and satisfied and looking forward to our next Magical Dining experience!