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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Wow. I haven't eaten at Blue Bayou for several years. I just looked at the current menu - and holy cow, the prices have really gone up.

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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Quote Originally Posted by DLFreak71 View Post
    the cheapest thing is a sandwich at $22.00.
    Well, when you say it like that of course it sounds expensive. That is the Monte Cristo... not just a BLT.

    That's like calling a 12oz Kobe Beef Steak a "hamburger."

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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft16 View Post
    Well, when you say it like that of course it sounds expensive. That is the Monte Cristo... not just a BLT.

    That's like calling a 12oz Kobe Beef Steak a "hamburger."
    True. But it cost Disney what, a $ 1.00 ($1.50 at the most to make).
    I can go to ESPN Zone (on Disney property) and get a steak for that price. I do totally agree BB has great atmosphere.
    They also charge $12.00 to split a plate. That's almost two meals in the park.

    Monte Cristo - Turkey, ham, and swiss cheese in a battered egg bread, lightly fried to a golden brown. With Blue Bayou potatoes and seasonal vegetables. $21.99
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    I love the Monte Cristo, I highly recommend going there. You'll love the experience and beauty of it all.

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    How is the monte cristo? Never had it
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Quote Originally Posted by MistaDee View Post
    How is the monte cristo? Never had it
    amazing!!!!!
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    okay i was just looking at the dinner menu can you not get the monte cristo at dinner or can they still do it and i just have to ask?
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    I really like their food. And everything else. I have always had a pleasant experience there. And yes, you should definitely go at least once

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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Quote Originally Posted by RemainSeatedPlz87 View Post
    okay i was just looking at the dinner menu can you not get the monte cristo at dinner or can they still do it and i just have to ask?
    They don't offer it for dinner as far as I know. You have to go there for lunch or go to Cafe Orleans (which isn't open very late from what I've seen).

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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    dang it because i have a lot of food allergies (chicken is a big one) and i know the monte cristo is something i can eat maybe in a dietary instance they could do that?
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Quote Originally Posted by MistaDee View Post
    How is the monte cristo? Never had it
    It's really good, especially with the potatoes.

    I liked their jumbalaya too.

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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    The DO offer the Monte Cristo at both lunch and dinner. You just have to know to ask for it.

    Unless things have changed in the last 5 weeks.

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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    Great choice...to go that it is....I go everytime we visit...we love it....the food is good...
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    It is really good Disney food, there again it is line cook, production food. To many it can be expensive. Expensive is a relative term. It just depends on your financial position, I guess.

    Go down the road to Mortons and you'll pay $120.00 for 2. Or keep driving a bit to Mastro's and you'll pay $200.00 for 2. Now that's expensive for most folks.

    Even the Napa Rose Chef's table can run you a bit.

    I see the BB as a fair value for the ambiance, and not bad food. It's a grat place to chill and relax from all the crowds...and it's somewhat quiet.
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    Re: How is the food at Blue Bayou?

    I stop in every time I visit DL. I havent been disappointed yet. Came in once just for dessert...it was a pit pricey, but it was well worth it.

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