I try to stay on top of what's happening at the Disneyland Resort, but every so often I realize that I have let something slip. Latest case? Until just recently, I hadn't visited Splitsville Luxury Lanes, which replaced House of Blues at Downtown Disney.
To be honest, I've never visited the Splitsville at Walt Disney World's Disney Springs, either, so this was a completely new experience for me.
Splitsville offers an eclectic menu of burgers, sandwiches, pizza, sushi, and salads, along with other traditional dinner entrees. And that's where I looked, choosing the Grilled Salmon with Mango Chutney ($30), served with broccoli and sushi rice.
My dinner companion opted for the Poke Bowl ($26), with salmon and avocado over rice.
Both offered hefty portions that hit the spot after grazing on park food all day. I went in with modest expectations and was impressed with the quality and execution of the salmon, which I suppose I should have expected given the price.
But it's tough for me to pass any judgment on the place after eating a just a couple of salmon-based dinners, given all the other stuff on the menu. So has anyone else eaten here, or at the WDW version? What did you think?
One thing we did not try was the bowling. (Maybe if we had a larger group to play with?)
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