Portobello makes a strong comeback at Downtown Disney
Written by Robert Niles
Scott Joseph just sent over a link to his recent review of Portobello in Downtown Disney. [Apparently, it's not a "Yacht Club" anymore. :-P ]Tweet
Scott gives the new team running the restaurant a strong review:
The restaurant I found at Downtown Disney recently was very different from the old place. The food was top-notch – creative interpretations of Italian dishes that were flavorful and filling. And I suddenly find myself able to once again recommend it as a destination.
When it first opened, Portobello was my favorite restaurant in Downtown Disney, and not just because the husband of one my friends and co-workers in Magic Kingdom West Attractions cooked there. After growing up in Indianapolis (bleech) and spending four years broke as a college student in Chicago, Portobello was the restaurant where I discovered that food could be something better than cafeteria or fast food. I thank Portobello for my ever-since-then addiction to roasted garlic, for example. So it's nice to see that they've got folks in the kitchen again who care about food as much as my friend Gene did back in the day.
Here are a couple other notes today that I wanted to mention, but for which didn't feel like creating separate blog entries:
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