This dining experience took place on October 26, 2014
We stopped in the other day at Splitsville and were hungry (walking 3+ miles will do that to you). We both wanted to avoid carbs (after our recent visits where we were a little less pleased with the french fries and the sandwiches). Even so, I went off the deep end and got the shrimp rice bowl.
Now, I have to say that when I’ve seen this coming out of the kitchen, it looked great! Loads of vegetables! Great aromas!
Asian Shrimp Bowl – Grilled shrimp, stir-fry veggies and sushi rice topped with spicy kimchee tatami sauce and green onions
Not what I saw when my bowl was delivered.
I got shrimp and peppers
I tried to pick out the green peppers, but there wasn’t much of anything else in the bowl
Nick got the Ahi Tuna Salad. Looked great. Tasted great. He was pleased.
Ahi Tuna Salad – sushi grade tuna, seared and served over spring mix with avocado and Asian Pear dressing
close-up of ahi tuna
The manager saw me picking out the peppers and came over. We explained that we thought there would be vegetables in here. After all, the items that come with a mix of red and green peppers say so. Anyway, he took away my pile of green peppers and my shrimp bowl and returned with one that contained vegetables. Much better! Still a lot of peppers, even some green ones, but they weren’t as overpowering.
better Asian Shrimp Bowl
In the last 18+ months, we’ve attracted a lot of followers on FlipBoard… Thank You!
Christmas ornament from Old Key West 2013
I’d like to point those following “Adults Exploring Disney World” to some of our other FlipBoard magazines… Two reasons (1) this magazine isn’t “active”… I haven’t added new content to it since July 2014 and (2) this particular magazine will “go private” (it will be removed from FlipBoard public areas) at the end of 2014. We really don’t want to lose FlipBoard Subscibers… so here are some other Disney World centric magazines you might like to subscribe to…
These are a few of our Disney World focused magazines…
Or, if you like, we have magazines that have nothing to do with Disney World… Check them out on FlipBoard, we’re known as “Adults Exploring Disney World” over there.
This dining experience took place on October 24, 2014
Adrienne had mentioned to Nick that the Fish & Chips at Splitsville have some real devotees. We’d never tried them, and one day we gave into our craving for fried carbs and ordered them to share.
Mahi Mahi tempura battered, served with fries, cole slaw and tartar sauce
This isn’t cheap Fish & Chips, the price is around $20 for this entree sized portion.
Mahi Mahi “fish sticks”
The fish was pretty good. Firm, non-fishy pieces of tempura fish. The amount of breading was good, not too heavy. Perfectly acceptable Fish & Chips… Definitely not English Fish & Chips though (go to Raglan Road if you want “traditional” fish & chips, and even their chips don’t come close to the chips we get in the Northeast of England).
The cole slaw and tartar sauce were surprisingly good. We’re cole slaw snobs (we like mine and everything else is second best or worst). Not too much mayo, no weird vegetables populating the slaw, and a good touch of acid. We ended up using some of the tartar sauce for our french fries (sorry, I can’t keep calling them chips)… it seemed to be pretty simple tartar sauce = mayo and pickles.
As I said, this was pretty good. But the calories aren’t worth it when we can get better Fish & Chips at Raglan Road Pub further along at Downtown Disney.
A very simple post using photos taken on October 11, 2014…
Excellent Sashimi at Splitsville…
We continue to be very pleased by the quality and the beauty of the sashimi at Splitsville Orlando
continue reading Photo Blog – Sashimi at Splitsville …
This dining experience took place on October 5, 2014
We had friends visiting in October, we were up and about earlier than they were on a Sunday morning and since we’d just seen the brunch menu for Raglan Road – we decided to go for a walk and have brunch at Raglan Road.
continue reading Raglan Road Brunch …
This Food & Wine Event took place on November 9, 2014
Our last event for this year’s Epcot Food and Wine Festival, again we’re with Lisa and Andy (our partners in food & wine). We did “Sweet Sundays” with them a while back (Sweet Sunday with Warren Brown). We expected some particular differences
continue reading Sunday Morning with Alex Guarnaschelli – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014 …
This dining experience took place on October 19, 2014
We often stop in at Splitsville for a bite to eat and a leisurely drink. On this day, we ordered the Alfredo Roll (which we’ve had before) and Sashimi (which we’ve had numerous times, remember? Splitsville won our sashimi challenge earlier this year).
continue reading lunch at Splitsville …
This bit of fun took place on Tuesday, November 4, 2014
We usually go to bluezoo lounge on Friday nights (but, if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that already). But during Lisa & Andy’s recent visit, Tuesday evening made the most sense (because of all the other
continue reading bluezoolounge with Lisa & Andy …
This Food & Wine Event took place on November 7, 2014
We’ve never done a French Regional Wine Lunch during the Epcot Food & Wine Festival (Lisa and Andy have, so we thought “okay, we’ll do one with them; try something different for us”) [note: Nick and I have never even eaten at
continue reading Our First French Regional Wine Lunch – Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014 …
This Food & Wine Event took place on November 6, 2014
For the last two years, we’ve done the Italian Regional Wine Lunch at Tutto Gusto with Lisa and Andy (2012 and 2013). This year, we did the Italian Food & Wine Pairing at Via Napoli… I’m not sure why we changed, perhaps
continue reading Via Napoli Wine Lunch, Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2014 …