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    Question Blue Bayou menu description

    Does anybody have a detailed list of the Blue Bayou dinner menu? Specifically the side dishes. all the menus i can find only describe the main dish (ribs, jumbalaya for example)...and of course the question...Ariel's Grotto, or Blue bayou?)

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    Re: Blue Bayou menu description

    Quote Originally Posted by sali5506 View Post
    Does anybody have a detailed list of the Blue Bayou dinner menu? Specifically the side dishes. all the menus i can find only describe the main dish (ribs, jumbalaya for example)...and of course the question...Ariel's Grotto, or Blue bayou?)
    I look at one of the menu That I have of Blue Bayou and do not tell a Detaile of the Side dishes. You going need to ask the Castmember for that information.

    Not print on the menu.
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    Re: Blue Bayou menu description

    You can contact the Disney Chefs at (714) 781-3569 and ask them any questions you might have. Anything they can't answer they can put you in contact with the right people.

    As for Ariel's Grotto vs. Blue Bayou, that all depends on what you are into.

    Do you want characters? Do you have little kids who like the princesses? Do you want to eat in the sunshine or outdoors? Do you want more menu choices? Slightly cheaper prices? Then Ariel's Grotto is for you.

    Do you want no characters? Do you want to eat inside the Pirates of the Caribbean? Then Blue Bayou is for you.

    Personally I like them both. They are both very different and worth doing. We actually like doing both of them on our trips. Blue Bayou the first day and Ariel's Grotto our last day.

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