Amorette’s Patisserie is a quick service dining location at Disney Springs in the Town Center area. It’s actually the last building on your right at the end of Town Center before you reach the large World of Disney store. This is also where the Marketplace section begins.
Amorette’s is one of my recommended food stops at Disney Springs for a sweet treat. Additionally, people stop in for a few savory items like sandwiches and crepes. The restaurant also has several popular drink offerings, including champagne and sparkling wine selections.
Perhaps, Amorette’s Patisserie’s most popular treats are the Mickey Dome cakes. These are the larger cakes shaped like a Mickey Mouse head. These cakes start at around $59 and are mainly special orders. Although, there are usually some for purchase on display.
Here’s a look at what you can expect at Amorette’s Patisserie.
Disney Springs Restaurant
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Averages 14.99 and Under
Disney Dining Plan
Tables in Wonderland
Annual Passholder Discount
If you are looking to try something at Amorette’s Patisserie, you probably can’t go wrong. I’ve had multiple items from the bakery over the years, and everything has always been delicious. Here’s a look at a few things in the case, like chocolate-covered strawberries, custard, and a rose-inspired dish.
But my favorite item is one that I’ve ordered many times. It’s the Petit Coffee Time Cake, as shown in the bottom left-hand corner. You might notice the Aladdin cake next to it a well. Amorette’s typically has multiple seasonal cake offerings and special items to represent popular Disney trends.
The coffee time cake is chocolate with buttercream icing and a splash of coffee. If you like chocolate, then you’ll want to add this one to your list! A few other favorites are a seasonal verrine, and the cookies have always been super delicious.
I’ve also had my eye on the strawberries and cream crepe, but haven’t had a chance to try it yet.
Below are a few crepes that were out on another day. They always look really good.
Another popular item is this frozen wine slush. Personally, I wasn’t crazy about this one, mainly because it was just too sweet and cold at the same time. But that’s coming from someone that doesn’t care for frozen drinks. So I’m not quite for sure why I even ordered it.
And here’s a terrible photo of that verrine I had a few holidays ago. Something about the whole dessert really interested me in the case, and it didn’t disappoint. I would definitely order this again.
As you can see there are many options to choose from no matter when you find yourself at Amorette’s. Whatever you end up trying, enjoy!
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