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    Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Well,
    I made reservations for 4 PM. So I am wondering..... at 4 PM is it considered dinner or lunch? I am looking foward to a monte cristo, however I am not sure if 4PM is dinner or lunch.

    Thanks in advanced

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Good question. I'm gonna take a wild guess and say dinner...but I really haven't the faintest idea. If you can't get the Monte Cristo, I'm gonna recommend the Tesoro Island chicken with gumbo.


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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Thanks for the tip!

    I am hoping I have a official answer

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    The Monte Cristo should be offered for both meals -- it's an incredibly popular item. If it's not available, go to Cafe Orleans! In my opinion the Cafe has much better food anyway, though Blue Bayou still wins for ambiance. Call the Disneyland Info line,they can call the Bayou and get you a solid answer.


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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Nope, the Blue Bayou Monte Cristo is only available for lunch these days.


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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Quote Originally Posted by Datameister View Post
    Nope, the Blue Bayou Monte Cristo is only available for lunch these days.
    Intersting...


    The Molasses Brined Pork Chop was really good though (albeit slightly on the dry side). And the wedge salad and cheese potatoes are to die for!! (IMO, of course)

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Quote Originally Posted by Datameister View Post
    Nope, the Blue Bayou Monte Cristo is only available for lunch these days.
    I'll back that up, only for lunch. There is also somewhere else (French Market?) that servers it for cheaper but not the same sides/etc. Someone with more knowledge can add/correct this info.
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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Mmmm, I'm not a big fan of those cheesy potatoes, but it's not that they do a particular bad job with them--I just don't like cheesy potatoes in general.


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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    A Blue Bayou question? One moment, please...

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Sadly, I havent seen MelMel in some time.

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Quote Originally Posted by gibbage View Post
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    Well, I turned on the Bat Signal anyway - we shall see. I'd be guessing, and I've seen the DL Website with the wrong info.

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    *takes a peak at the dinner menu*

    APPETIZERS

    Isla Cruces Crab Cakes
    Pan~seared, then topped with mango salad and zesty lime aioli... $11.99

    Gulf~Stream Jumbo Shrimp Remoulade
    Creole Boiled, chilled, and tossed with a traditional Louisiana~style remoulade... $9.99

    ENTREES
    each entree served with either Cajun~inspired wedge salad or a cup of our signature New Orleans Gumbo

    Buccaneer's Beef Short Ribs
    Slow~roasted, then finished in a Zinfandel demi~glaze.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $26.99

    Royal Street Seafood Jambalaya
    A robust combination of king crab, jumbo gulf shrimp, mahi mahi, tasso ham, andouille sausage and chicken, tossed with Cajun~style "dirty rice"... $25.99

    Alaskan King Crab Legs
    A succelent, sweet pound of crab from the icy cold waters of the Pacific Northwest, Delicately steamed and served with herb beurre blanc.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $34.99

    Five~Pepper Roasted Prime Rib of Beef
    Seasoned with the Chef's signature pepper rub blend, then slow roasted over rock salt.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $29.99

    Filet Mignon
    Broiled to perfection and topped with sauce bearnaise.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $33.99

    Port~Royal Mahi Mahi
    Broiled and accompanied with lightly sauteed pecan~crusted jumbo gulf shrimp, spinach and endive, tossed in a light lemon vinaigrette... $27.99

    Tesoro Island Chicken
    Roasted and finished to perfection in pan au jus.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $24.99

    Portobello Mushroom and Couscous Maque Choux
    Marinated in a balsamic vinaigrette, then broiled and served with roasted corn and bell~pepper couscous and sauteed spinach... $24.99

    Molasses~Brined Bayou Pork Chop
    10~ounce chop, pan~seared and topped with sauteed Granny Smith apple wedges.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $25.99

    Cajun~Spiced Salmon
    Blackened with citrus crawfish beurre blanc.
    Choice of two side: Blue Bayou potatoes, seasonal vegetables or sauteed spinach... $26.99

    DESSERTS
    Each treasured treat comes with a "Pirates" booty keepsake!

    Tortuga Trio of Creme Brulee
    Chocolate, passion fruit and vanilla~bean custards, caramelized and served with Brittany cookies... $7.99

    The Key West, Key Lime
    Flaky crust filled with tangy key~lime citrus creme... $7.99

    Flying Dutchman Cookie Boat
    Warm chocolate chip cookie boat, served with Dreyer's vanilla~bean ice cream, caramel and chocolate sauce... $8.99

    To Commerate Your Visit To The Blue Bayou,
    Take Home Our Blue Bayou Chocolate Mint Doubloons!
    $4.99, plus tax.

    A 15% gratuity will be charged to parties of 8 or more.

    Split Plate Charge $4.00

    (The menu could have changed... this is just from the menu I have)

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    MMmmmmmmmmm. I'm hungry now. To bad I've got a 5 1/2 hour ride down to Disneyland, or else I'd be there for lunch!

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    The wedge salad is superb. I'm not always a fan of. or in the mood for, this type of salad, but BB does it really well.

    As for the BB Monte Cristo, well that goes without saying.

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    Re: Quick Blue Bayou Question?

    Lunch stops at the Blue Bayou at 3:40 and dinner begins at 4 pm so a 4 pm reservation would be for dinner.

    The Monte Cristo is available all day at Cafe Orleans, but at the Blue Bayou it's only available at lunch.

    As far as food goes at either location, Cafe Orleans is the best because all their food is cooked to order. The gumbo served at both restaurants is the same but it's way better than what they have at other New Orleans Square locations. Don't get that filth from the Royal Street Veranda. That stuff's nasty.

    Yeah, enjoy the dinner menu at the Bayou. Have the stinkin' $40 crab legs.

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