ABC Commissary at Disney's Hollywood Studios.When theme parks change a restaurant's menu, it's usually to add burgers and chicken strips — not to take them away. Yet that's what is happening at the
The Walt Disney World Resort unveiled a new menu today for the counter-service restaurant, which appears to be abandoning its attempt to switch to a fast-casual format with a plussed menu at dinner. The restaurant now will serve the same items at dinner and lunch. New to the menu will be:
Curry Rice Bowl with Shrimp [$13.99] — Sauteed shrimp and vegetables in a red curry sauce served with Jasmine coconut rice.
Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese Sandwich [$10.99] — Grilled sourdough with Buffalo chicken, Monterey, Provolone, Cheddar, and cream cheeses served with your choice of side.
Shrimp Tacos [$12.99] — Sauteed shrimp on flour tortillas topped with cabbage slaw, Chipotle mayo, and mango salsa. Served with Mexican rice and black beans topped with queso fresco.
Pork Carnitas Tacos [$10.99] — Pork Carnitas on flour tortillas topped with salsa verde, pickled onion and radish. Served with Mexican rice and black beans topped with queso fresco.
Plant-based entrees will be:
Curry Rice Bowl with Tofu [$11.99] — Pineapple-marinated tofu and sauteed vegetables in a red curry sauce served with Jasmine coconut rice.
California Burger [$11.49] — Plant-based burger with Sriracha mustard and balsamic-glazed grilled peppers and onions with a "Mayonnaise"-ketchup blend, lettuce, and tomato. Served with choice of side.
The Mediterranean Salad (with and without chicken) and the Chicken Club remain. But the BBQ Ribs, Shrimp, Angus Cheeseburger, Angus Bacon Cheeseburger, and Chicken Breast Strips are now gone.
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