Olivia’s Cafe at Disney’s Old Key West Resort, Orlando [Review]

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Olivias Cafe at Old Key West

Our first experience of the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan (DxDDP) was dinner at Olivia’s Cafe at Disney’s Old Key West Resort.

The restaurant was busy and we had a little wait for our table, but we soon shown to a booth and our server introduced himself to us.

When it comes to the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan and table service restaurants, you are entitled to one appetizer, one entrée, one dessert and one non-alcoholic beverage (usually refillable) for one credit per person.

Olivias Cafe at Old Key West 2

We were given some bread and butter presented on a wooden board to enjoy whilst looking at the menu. Here is what we chose to eat…


Me: Conch Fritters – with key lime-mustard and rémoulade ($10.49)

Him: Crab Cakes – with rémoulade ($12.49)

The Boy: Onion Rings – with mango ketchup and key lime-mustard ($6.49)

The conch fritters were delicious and Steve loved the crab cakes – really meaty and full of flavour. Onion rings are onion rings aren’t they? But they were huge! All good choices for apps!

Olivias Cafe Appetizers

Entrées …

Me: Duval Street Burger – Angus chuck burger topped with grilled shrimp, pepper jack cheese, avocado and pico de gallo on our pineapple-coconut roll. All sandwiches served with choice of French fries, marinated coleslaw or homemade potato chips. ($16.49)

I’m always so indecisive when there is a good menu choice, and in the end, I decided it would have to be a very tasty sounding burger for me. I couldn’t really tell if the roll was the pineapple-coconut as it said in the menu, but everything tasted good.

Olivias Cafe Duval Street Burger

Him: Island Barbecue Pork Ribs – basted with a chipotle-barbecue sauce with French fries and marinated coleslaw. ($20.99)

Steve really enjoyed these – they fell off the bone with no effort whatsoever.

Olivias Cafe Island Barbecue Pork Ribs

The Boy: Olivia’s Classic Burger – Angus chuck burger topped with applewood-smoked bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and onion. All sandwiches served with choice of French fries, marinated coleslaw or homemade potato chips. ($14.99)

Olivias Cafe Classic Burger

We were too tired to eat dessert, so we took them to go – I think we may have eaten them for breakfast in the next couple of days >_> so these pics are their take out version – I’m sure they look much nicer on a plate! I do love bread pudding, and even though it was cold when I ate it, it was lush. Steve said the tart tasted a bit weird. And I have to say, I agree! Liam noshed down the chocolate cake without a word – so I guess it was good!


Me: Banana Bread Pudding Sundae – served warm with bananas foster sauce and vanilla bean ice cream($6.49)

Him: Key Lime Tart – with mango and raspberry sauce ($5.49)

The Boy: Flourless Chocolate Cake – with fresh seasonal berries ($7.99)

Olivias Cafe Desserts

So here we go with the first DxDDP bill of the trip, which will include the tax. We received the Disney Dining Plan for free with our holiday packaged, but upgraded to Deluxe. Unless indicated, all food was paid for with DxDDP credits.

Olivia’s Café

Bill Total: $118.09 (3 Credits) {Tip: $20}

DxDDP Running Totals: Bill: $118.09 | Credits: 3/126 | Tips: $20


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