FIRST LOOK: French Treats at L’art de la Cuisine Francaise at the Festival of the Arts
Our MickeyBloggers are at the Festival of the Arts checking out all of the delicious eats and treats. Our next stop is L’art de la Cuisine Francaise at the France Pavilion in Walt Disney World.
The food studio celebrates some of France’s most famous eats and treats.
The Menu includes the following dishes:
- Creme de Brie en Petit Pain – Warm Creamy Brie in House-made Bread Bowl. $9.75.
- Croissant a la Truffle Noir d’Hiver. $9.50
- Mille-Feuille de Betteraves aux Herbes et Noix de Cajoux – Plant-based Napoleon with Beets, Cashew-Herb Filling, Pepper-Pine Nut Sauce and Balsamic Vinegar Caviar. $12.75.
- Moelleux aux Noisettes et Chocolats Valrhona – Molten Chocolate and Hazelnut Cake with Pure Origin Valrhona Chocolates and Passion Fruit-Mango Sauce. $9.00.
First up for our taste test at L’art de la Cuisine Francaise is the Creme de Brie en Petit Pan.
Our MickeyBlogger Jessica tried out this dish.
She said, and I quote, “This was amazing, I could eat 1000 of these!” She added that the cheese is super creamy and warm. It was just what is needed on a chilly day like today!
Jessica said that the bread was nice and texture and went with the brie perfectly. Nice and simple just like you want it to be!
Next up at L’art de la Cuisine Francaise is the Croissant a la Truffle Noir d’Hiver.
We love the striped exterior of this delectable treat.
Our MickeyBloggers sampled this treat and said that it exceeded expectations.
The croissant definitely tasted of truffle.
What surprised us was that inside was a creamy filling. Our Bloggers described it as a cheesy gravy.
The filling was perfectly seasoned and the end result was a super savory snack!
Above is a video we took to show of this stylish treat.
Next up our MickeyBloggers decided to wash down their L’art de la Cuisine Francaise treats with the Frozen French Martini.
This cocktail is made with Grey Goose Vodka.
Chambord Liqueur is added.
Pineapple, Grape and Orange Juice gives this drink its colorful hue.
A lemon-lime foam adds the finishing touches.
Our MickeyBlogger Kristen is a huge fan of the French Martini. She said that the presentation was perfect and that the cocktail had a nice light fruit flavor.
The French Martini at L’art de la Cuisine Francaise is light on the booze meaning that its the perfect cocktail for sipping and NOT getting tipsy!
Below is a video we took to show of the color of this drink!
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