Joined: Mar 25, 2010 Posts: 805 Location: Denver, CO
Posted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 12:40 pm Post subject: News to make Onecutemoose happy...
The Village Haus has a revamped menu! More reason to go there!
From the Disney Parks Blog:
The menu features many fast-casual options that guests have enjoyed over the years including hamburgers or cheeseburgers with french fries or a healthy side, and pepperoni or cheese pizzas. With a playful nod to the uniquely European flavor of the restaurant, many new and reimagined items have been added as well.
Topped with sauerkraut served in a pretzel roll
Angus ⅓ lb. Pastrami Cheeseburger
Angus chuck burger, pastrami, pickles, caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, lettuce and a creamy horseradish sauce
I cannot lie, for me no meal is complete without dessert, and the Village Haus is offering a perfect way to top off your visit with either a Black Forest Cupcake or Warm Apple Strudel.
Kids ages 3-9 have their own menu choosing from a hamburger, pizza or macaroni and cheese, all served with sliced apples and a choice of a small low-fat milk, Minute-Maid juice or small Dasani water. There truly is something for everyone as toddlers under age 3 can choose â€śYummy Cheesy Macaroniâ€ť served with smooth applesauce and a small low-fat milk.
Joined: Jan 20, 2006 Posts: 1040 Location: Lexington, TN
Posted: Tue Jan 18, 2011 11:06 am Post subject:
OK the chicken sausage fine but the black forest cupcake please that's an insult to every good German gees I hate to break the news to you but hamburgers and hot dogs are German not pizza, macaroni and cheese
Quick history lessen hamburgers come from Hamburg and hot dogs which are really frankfurters come from Frankfurt A.M. So they had it right the first time. They were not invented here as many believe. We as Americans forget that lost of thing that were maybe perfected here didn't get invented here!!!!!
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Joined: Nov 09, 2005 Posts: 6730
Posted: Tue Jan 18, 2011 7:19 pm Post subject:
Just read a review for the new menuâ€¦noticed the prices. Looks like counter service is creeping up to meet the competition. Good there are still places like Bengal BBQ around for lighter fare, not only for the belly, but also the pocketbook.
I don't mind paying for food, but $9 for a burger---no meal--it's a rip. Plus, no one needs that large of a burger--give us a reasonable portion for a reasonable price. The flatbread prices seem to be right with WDW which also means too much food for too much money---and if they sit at all, they WILL have greasy bottoms.
I'm going to give it a goâ€¦but I REALLY hope DLR is going for QUALITY counter service since it is the majority of food service in the Parks.
I'm willing to pay for sit downâ€¦but for good sit down. We did Ariel's Grotto for World of Colour in December and it just didn't make the cut. For the price, the quality of the food, dining space, noise and service were WAY under par. Having done a number of meals that include a performance---it's not like I have nothing to compare it to.
I'm looking forward to checking out the "new" village hausâ€¦though the menu is similar to many things available around WDWâ€¦I'm hoping it will be fresher and more flavorful that the fresh out of the freezer fare they once served freshly burned in the ovens
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