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Have you ever been to Disneyland and rode on the Pirates of the Carribbean ride? Well during the ride, you pass by a scene that is a southern inspired backyard dinner. Well that scene is the restaurant the Blue Bayou. I thought it was the coolest thing ever that while I was dining, I would watch all the people on the ride pass by in their little boats. I was so giddy at that.
So the restaurant being INSIDE Disneyland and all, was super crowded the wait was estimated at 15 to 30 minutes, but we ended up waiting for well over an hour. It was well worth the wait though.
Firstoff, you get an appetizer, which is your choice of the gumbo or salad. I decided to get the gumbo and my boyfriend got the salad. The gumbo was undeniably delicious and warming, as the whole day had consisted of running around the park in the cold.
For dinner, I ordered the Royal Street Seafood Jambalaya. It was a basic Jambalaya with some sausage, chicken, mahi mahi, jumbo shrimp, with rice. This was all bathed in the cajun sauce. Ive had jumbo shrimp before but these were the largest shrimp I`d ever seen. I have to say that the waiter warned me it would be spicy. And I just ignored his warning. :x Oh man was this spicy. I was hardly able to get a couple of bites in. But I just took a majority of it home, hoping it would taste less spicy later [which it did].
My boyfriend got the Bayou Surf and Turf. It was a huge lobster tail, and a fillet mignon steak. It was paired with these great potatoes served Au Gratin style. The cheese on these were delicious. It also came with some sauteed veggies like asparagus and mushrooms.
Anywho, that was dinner at the Blue Bayou. I do have to say that it was super overpriced. But it was well worth it to have a delicious meal away from the large crowds.
What did you have for dinner? Have you eaten at the Blue Bayou?
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