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    Cool Bengal BBQ Question

    I am just wondering if anyone knows what is on the Vegetable Skewar. I went a few weeks ago and the cm who helped me didn't know. I didn't feel like waiting longer, so I got the Bacon Wrapped Asparagus one which was VERY good, but would like to try others!
    Also, how spicy is the spicy sauce? I like a bit of spice, but not heaps.
    Any help!?
    Last edited by Tracy98; 02-25-2007 at 10:25 PM.

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Hm, your best bet would be to go to City Hall. If you ask they can give you a list of all the ingredients in whatever restaurant you need them for.
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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    I believe it's onions, potatoes, and bell peppers. There maybe something else, but I'm pretty sure those 3 are on them.

    And the sauce isn't that spicy at all. It's more of a sweet spicy.
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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Ok, another question about the skewars. If you don't like a certain vegetable, can you get a special order or are they premade?
    This now makes me hungry and I want to try them all!

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Eat your vegetables, young lady!

    gosh, I'm getting old now.

    Also keep in mind "spicy" at Disneyland rarely means fire hot.

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    I am allergic to mushrooms, so I have to be careful! I pretty much love veggies though!

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Whatever is in those skewers didn't sit well with me. My very first shift ever was at Bengal BBQ and after about two hours of standing over that grill I got a headache and went on a break to throw up. They ended up sending me home on my very first shift and I never worked in that location again haha.

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Are you talking about the spicy beef? Somebody said it's a sweet spicy.

    I maybe a wimp when it comes to spices but I know that when I've had the spicy beef I've needed a couple tissues to keep my nose from dripping from the strength of the cayenne pepper. That's how spicy it was.

    But it's been a couple years since I've had the beef skewer. Maybe it's eased up since then.

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    man do i have a hankering now for some bacon wrapped asparagus....
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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Last time we had them they had Zucchini and yellow squash on them along with onion, potato and pepper.
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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Mcow1 is correct they have zucchini, yellow squash, onion, potato and peppers, but they also have mushrooms. I don't know if you can special order. It doesn’t hurt to ask, if they can make them without the mushrooms. I don’t think the spicy sauce on the beef is very hot.

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    I think Bengal is the best food in the resort, I love the skewers and asparagus is SO great, also with a pretzel, that is the way to go.

    Didn't I hear they were going to close that place? Has that changed?




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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    In my years and years of countless DL trips... I've NEVER eaten there...
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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Fischer View Post
    I think Bengal is the best food in the resort, I love the skewers and asparagus is SO great, also with a pretzel, that is the way to go.

    Didn't I hear they were going to close that place? Has that changed?
    It's not happening any time soon. The five year plan has been altered so that it spares the Bengal BBQ until at least 2010

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    Re: Bengal BBQ Question

    Quote Originally Posted by demento57 View Post
    In my years and years of countless DL trips... I've NEVER eaten there...
    I hadn't either until my last trip. It was soooooo good!

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