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Disney Springs Review: The Express at Wolfgang Puck Grand Café


When looking for a quick service dining option in  Disney Springs you have many choices available. One delicious option is The Express at Wolfgang Puck Grand Café. Both Lunch and Dinner options are available.

While it is considered a Quick Service Restaurant, you place your order at the register then have a seat either outside on the patio or inside at the high tables. You will receive a number and a server will bring over your food when it is done. The staff are very friendly and help to make your dining experience very enjoyable.

There are many delicious food options available; a good starter could be one of the seasonal soups or a salad. Salads are your traditional Caesar with or without chicken, Chinois Chicken salad or Baby Kale and Quinoa Salad. Want something a little heartier? You can choose from one of three sandwiches served on a ciabatta roll such as the Italian Bistro, Ham and Swiss or Turkey Club, there is also a Hummus and vegetable wrap if you would like a meatless option.  I chose to have the Italian Bistro Sandwich, Italian lunch meat with a tapenade and fresh lettuce. My ciabatta roll was soft and fresh it was stuffed with almost an inch of meat and toppings.

Are you in the mood for a hot dinner option? There are some wonderfully delicious entrée choices including individual pizza with a choice of cheese, pepperoni, margarita and BBQ Chicken. The pizza dough is a soft buttery dough that does not need any toppings to make it delicious. You can also choose from Mac & Cheese, Roasted Chicken or Meat loaf sandwich. The Roasted Chicken was juicy and cooked to perfection and the side of mashed potatoes was delicious.


After your meal, if you still have some room, there are many dessert options available. Large chocolate chip cookies, brownies, carrot cake, sweet Key Lime Pie, creamy cheese cake and  yogurt parfait.

With the delicious food and wonderful staff The Express at Wolfgang Puck Grand Café has proven to be one of my favorite Quick Service Restaurants in Disney Springs.

- Agent Tara



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