There are plenty different types of indulgent desserts to enjoy while at the Walt Disney World Resort, and Guests can find everything from savory to sweet. Crème brulee is a decadent treat that originated in France, and traditionally it features a creamy vanilla custard base topped with a caramelized layer of sugar created by using a torch tool in the kitchen.
Guests who visit the Walt Disney World Resort can enjoy an array of restaurants throughout the property, all of which serve up unique and delicious options including crème brulee with variations ranging from traditional to inventive. Here are the best restaurants to visit at the Walt Disney World Resort to enjoy some delicious crème brulee!
Chefs de France – Crème Brulée
Since crème brulée originated in France, it is no surprise that the delicious dessert can be found at the table service Chefs de France restaurant in the France Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase. Chefs de France creates the charm and elegance of a bistro in Paris with charming views out into the pavilion through large windows, murals depicting the city, and a menu of traditional French cuisine. The Crème Brulée at Chefs de France is a traditional take with creamy vanilla custard topped with perfectly caramelized sugar that Guests will love breaking open with a spoon and enjoying.
Yachstman Steakhouse – Crème Brulée
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is home to the popular Yachtsman Steakhouse, a table service restaurant open for dinner each night that welcomes Guests into an upscale nautical setting that serves up New England steakhouse favorites. Guests can indulge in some of the best steaks and seafood at the Walt Disney World Resort and end their meals with the Crème Brulée which is accompanied by pickled local blueberries, orange, and candied Meyer lemon for layers of tartness to cut through the sweet custard.
Le Cellier Steakhouse – Maple Crème Brulée
EPCOT’s Canada Pavilion brings the various regions of the country to life through architecture, theming, and the wonderful Le Cellier Steakhouse, which invites Guests to enjoy traditional steakhouse classics that have been updated with classic Canadian flavors. Guests can enjoy their delicious meals in a warm dining room that is designed to feel like a wine cellar with low stone vaulted ceilings, and finish the entire experience off with the Maple Crème Brulée. This updated take on traditional crème brulée features a maple custard, classic caramelized sugar, maple whipped cream, and a shortbread cookie shaped like a maple leaf.
The Hollywood Brown Derby – Crème Brulée
The Hollywood Brown Derby can be found on Hollywood Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and is modeled after the original restaurant that previously existed in California. The table service restaurant welcomes Guests into an elegant art deco-inspired interior for lunch and dinner, and Guests can enjoy contemporary American cuisine while checking out countless caricatures of some of Hollywood’s brightest stars. The perfect way to end any meal at The Hollywood Brown Derby is with a serving of the Crème Brulée which takes a traditional vanilla custard and caramelized sugar and tops it with mint and macerated strawberries for a sweet and refreshing layer of flavor.
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Turf Club Bar & Grill – Mango – Passion Fruit Crème Brulée
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort evokes the charm and elegance of Saratoga, New York in the late 1800s and celebrates the town’s long history of horse racing and elegant spas with some wonderful dining options. The Turf Club Bar & Grill is a wonderful table service restaurant that serves up American cuisine in an interior inspired by a racetrack clubhouse with dark wood paneling, plush details, and views of the golf course. After enjoying an indulgent meal, Guests should be sure to save plenty of room for the plant-based Mango-Passion Fruit Crème Brulée, which elevates the classic dessert with tart and fruity flavors, a chocolate sauce, fresh raspberries, and a raspberry-beet gel.
Hollywood & Vine – Vanilla Crème Brulée
Echo Lake in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to Hollywood & Vine, a table service restaurant that is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day that serves up classic American cuisine in an art-deco inspired setting. The highlight of Hollywood & Vine is the special character interactions with Disney Junior favorites or Minnie and friends, and each wonderful meal can end with a sweet dessert that all Guests are sure to love. The Vanilla Crème Brulée is a traditional rendition of the dessert with vanilla custard and caramelized sugar that nails the perfect texture and flavor combination.
Steakhouse 71 – Crème Brulée
Steakhouse 71 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort has quickly gained popularity and become a favorite of Guests as it celebrates the history of the Walt Disney World Resort and also honors Walt by serving up some of his favorite meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day. After enjoying a meal of classic American cuisine amongst a unique décor that pays homage to 1971, Guests can enjoy a classic Crème Brulée with an updated twist. The Crème Brulée at Steakhouse 71 features a vanilla and chocolate layered custard topped with fresh berries and a delicate Chantilly cream, making it an unforgettable dessert option.
Amorette’s Patisserie – Crème Brulée
The Town Landing area of Disney Springs is home to several amazing dining options, including Amorette’s Patisserie, a welcoming pastry shop that specializes in an array of delicious treats made fresh every day. Guests can browse displays of candies and handmade treats as well as indulge in some special menu items that are made fresh to order, including the Crème Brulée. The Crème Brulée at Amorette’s Patisserie is a traditional version of the dessert and is served topped with seasonal fruit to add a layer of freshness.
Shula’s Steak House – Vanilla Crème Brulee
Guests who enjoy a delicious crème brulée can find another great option at Shula’s Steak House found at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Restaurant. This table service restaurant is open nightly for dinner and celebrates the 1972 Miami Dolphins’ perfect season under head coach Don Shula. Guests can enjoy classic steakhouse options in an elegant setting decorated with sports memorabilia from that season and end their meals with the Vanilla Crème Brulée which is a perfectly executed traditional version of the dessert.
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