After two long years, Spyglass Grill at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort resumes operations on April 14. And since it’s been a while since customers have made a port here, Disney is introducing some menu changes and reducing a few offerings from the past.
To eat lunch
As of breakfast, French toast stuffed with cream cheese and guava and pineapple and banana pancakes are no longer available. Scrambled eggs are now served with hash browns, multigrain toast and a choice of bacon, pork sausage or turkey sausage. The seasonal fruit plate is no longer served with the salted chili lime with the guava yogurt, the Cuban breakfast is up 50 cents, now $7.49, and the bacon sandwich, with Eggs and Cheese is up 20 cents to $6.99.
In plant-based offerings, the Breakfast Yuca Hash is no longer available, in favor of the new $9.49 Trinidad Sunrise Crispy Yuca Bowl, which is described as plant-based eggs served on crispy Yuca with black beans and topped with Pico de Gallo. Also new is the Breakfast Wrap, featuring plant-based eggs, plant-based chorizo, and spinach wrapped in a flour tortilla for $6.99.
An assortment of sides is now available: fresh fruit, pork sausage, turkey sausage, bacon and scrambled eggs.
Kids meals are also updated, with two new Disney Check meals – scrambled eggs and fresh fruit and granola with yogurt, both served with two sides and a small low-fat milk or bottled water. At $7.29, the Cuban Breakfast for Kids will return with a significant price hike from $5.69 in 2020.
In baked goods, the Cinnamon Roll, Blueberry Muffin and Croissant are all returning with slight price increases, while the Chocolate Croissant, Apple Danish and Banana-Bran Muffin are all new.
New in desserts is of course the 50th anniversary dessert, a raspberry cheesecake with rose gold champagne frosting on an almond cookie for $5.99. Also new is the M&Ms sugar cookie for $3.49.
New to specialty soft drinks is Guava Lemonade for $4.99.
Several juice options are now available to customers, including Vegetable Juice, Simply Smoothie Pineapple & Mango Juice, Simply Smoothie Strawberry & Banana Juice, Minute Maid Cranberry & Raspberry Juice and of grapefruit.
Significantly reducing previous offerings, four specialty alcoholic beverages will be available for breakfast – a strawberry margarita with Teremana Blanco tequila mixed with strawberry puree and fresh lime juice for $16, a pina colada frozen with Plantation Original Dark Rum mixed with Pineapple & Coconut flavors for $12, frozen Strawberry Daiquiri with Bacardí Premium Rum mixed with strawberry puree and fresh lime juice for $12, and a spiced guava lemonade with Tito’s craft vodka for $12.
For starters, the entire soup and salad menu has been removed in favor of salads only. The Chorizo Burger, Caribbean Taco Trio, and 7 oz Angus Cheeseburger also went as entrees.
The new menu is the Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger, a signature blend grilled burger topped with bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle on a brioche bun served with your choice of side for $12.49. Also new are the Chicken Strips, served with a choice of side for $10.49, and the Mojo Pork Tacos, three tacos topped with pickled vegetable salad, cilantro-lime cream, cheese Cotija and pico de gallo served with a choice of side for $9.99.
The salad menu also has three options – a shrimp salad with mixed greens, avocado, black beans, pickled onions and tomatoes served with a side of lime vinaigrette for $11.99, a chopped jerk chicken salad with romaine, cabbage curly, red peppers, and mango served with a side of Key Lime dressing for $10.99, or a plate of fresh fruit served with guava yogurt for $7.99.
In plant-based offerings, the Trinidad Crispy Yuca Bowl replaces the Crispy Yuca Bowl, Black Bean Tacos replaces the Vegan Black Bean Caribbean Taco, and the Chipotle Seitan Yuca Bowl has been removed in favor of an Impossible Burger.
Fish Tacos are also no longer available for children.
Can’t wait to get back to Spyglass Grill? Has one of your favorites been thrown overboard? Let us know in the comments below!