September is National Breakfast Month and this month’s Fantastical Food Fight theme is breakfast casserole. I decided to create Berry Orange Stuffed French Toast which is inspired by Disneyland’s Red Rose Taverne Stuffed French Toast. It is described as orange marmalade-cream cheese with berry compote. I took the inspiration and decided to make a casserole …
Red Rose Taverne
Disneyland’s Red Rose Taverne in Fantasyland. This is a limited time overlay quick service restaurant with a Be Our Guest design influence. Food is “casual fare with a dash of French flair”.
Per the Disney website:
A Fast and Easy Feast
Pick up lunch, dinner or the sweetest of treats, and dine inside or out, in a quaint corner of Fantasyland.
You’ll find a menu board listing familiar quick-service options―but with a country French twist―like a burger with nutty Gruyère cheese and a grilled chicken sandwich topped with apple slaw, each with a side of pommes frites or sliced apples. Little beasts and beauties can quell their rumbling tummies with a variety of healthy and hearty kid-friendly choices.
Looking for something different? There’s poutine, slow-cooked beef and gravy served on a mound of waffle-cut fries, and 3 delicious flatbread options. Veggie lovers, take note that Red Rose Taverne offers a grilled cauliflower steak sandwich and crisp chopped salad.
Add a fitting finale to your feast with Lemon Rose Cake or delicious, creamy Grey Stuff. And take a moment to toast your good fortune with Gaston’s Famous Brew―apple-mango punch capped with passion fruit foam.
The Red Rose Taverne Garden Mozzarella Flatbread is an easy, fast and yummy lunch or dinner option. We had some amazing fresh tomatoes from our garden and I wanted to use them in a dish that would showcase them. The flatbread or pizza dough for this recipe comes from King Arthur Flour and is fast …
The Red Rose Taverne is a limited time overlay to Village Haus in Disneyland’s Fantasyland. It was put in place when Beauty and the Beast was released in theaters and the menu is inspired by French food and the film. The menu and the reviews of the food piqued my interest and I pulled together …