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    In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    With the BB now closed for refurb, where did the Monte Cristo's get moved to. I heard here a while back that DL would offer the deep fried delicacy at an alternate restaurant inside the Park.

    We're going to the Park this weekend for a week, and need to get our fix for the trip.

    Any sightings yet?


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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Are you allowed to share the Monte Cristo with someone? I'm asking cause some restaurants don't like sharing. And Monte Cristo is HUGE!

    I heard they were to be served in, I think this is the name, New Orleans Cafe. It's that other sit-down restaurant in the land. Or is it a buffet style? Honestly, I've never been in that Orleans Cafe.

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by filmfreak11
    Are you allowed to share the Monte Cristo with someone? I'm asking cause some restaurants don't like sharing. And Monte Cristo is HUGE!
    Whenever I've gone to the BB to share with my boyfriend, they've never said anything, and they'd provide us with two plates.

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by filmfreak11
    Are you allowed to share the Monte Cristo with someone? I'm asking cause some restaurants don't like sharing. And Monte Cristo is HUGE!

    I heard they were to be served in, I think this is the name, New Orleans Cafe. It's that other sit-down restaurant in the land. Or is it a buffet style? Honestly, I've never been in that Orleans Cafe.
    Yeah, they do allow you to share.

    And I've heard around that Monte Cristos are usually relocated to Cafe Orleans, the restaurant across from Le Bat En Rouge. Don't know if they've been moved over there though. Other rumors point to Cafe Orleans closing down for a conversion into a full-service restaurant. So if that is happening who knows where the Monte Cristos will go? The French Market, maybe?

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    It seems Deogge's Mom posted in this thread about the Monte Cristo being served at the French Quarter.
    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...t=Monte+Cristo
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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Thanks, I'll keep my eyes open for the restaurants in the area.

    We also plan on giving Bengals the business as well. Maybe the increase in sales might change someones' mind...

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    So where is the french Market?

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMickey
    With the BB now closed for refurb, where did the Monte Cristo's get moved to. I heard here a while back that DL would offer the deep fried delicacy at an alternate restaurant inside the Park.

    We're going to the Park this weekend for a week, and need to get our fix for the trip.

    Any sightings yet?


    do me a favor please, come back here and let us know where you find the monte ok. So when i go I can be sure to get one thanks much

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Y'know, Mimi's across Harbor Boulevard from the park serves a Monte Cristo as well... just in case it's not available and you really want one.
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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    do me a favor please, come back here and let us know where you find the monte ok. So when i go I can be sure to get one thanks much




    No problem, I'll be glad to report it when I find those deep fried, golden brown, little (LOL) treasures!!!

    Sorry that I won't be around when you're at the Park.

    Missed you by that.....much.

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    So where is the french Market?




    In between the River Belle and the NOS RR Depot/Haunted Mansion.


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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Hmmm. New food thread and it only gets to post #7 for Karla to reply. Karla, Step away from the Monte Crisco! There's plenty of tasty food in DL that's good for your heart and health.
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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    The recipe for the Monte Cristo was in the Disney Magazine a year or so back. If you're really desperate - you could try making one at home! I know it's not the same, but, when all else fails...

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by Trekkie Dad
    Hmmm. New food thread and it only gets to post #7 for Karla to reply. Karla, Step away from the Monte Crisco! There's plenty of tasty food in DL that's good for your heart and health.
    Come on man, let the woman have some fun on her vacation!!!!!

    Shhhh Karla, me and you will sneak off and share a Monte Christo when Trekkie Dad isn't looking, k??

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    Re: In search of the infamous Monte Cristo!

    Quote Originally Posted by BFJen
    The recipe for the Monte Cristo was in the Disney Magazine a year or so back. If you're really desperate - you could try making one at home! I know it's not the same, but, when all else fails...





    Been there...Done that.

    It didn't work.

    I was thrilled to see the recipe in the mag, but the results of our attempt just didn't do it for us. Missing something. Maybe the Disney magic???

    Thanks for the tip, though!


    And thanks for the Mimi's tip as well. We have a place in our home town that sells them too, but they just aren't the same as what we get at the BB.

    And that is probably a good thing...

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