Introduced in May, Street Food is the counter service component of the Morimoto Asia restaurant located The Landing at Disney Springs. Recently, the location introduced a line-up of daily specials that rotate day-to-day in and out of the menu. To celebrate the changes, we were invited to a small media event to try some of the items.
A number of the menu items were put on display for pictures.
For this review, we will be focusing on some of the new special available at Street Food. If you would like a full review of the regualr menus, please refer to our first review of Morimoto Asia Street Food from back in May.
New Daily Specials Menu at Morimoto Asia – Street Food
While they rotate through different special items on a daily basis, we decided to try two of these new specials to see how they are (and because we’ve had most of the regular menu at this point).
Singapore Slush ($8)
A lemonade with lime vodka, the Singapore Slush is a unique and refreshing offering. This is a great drink for a particularly hot day in Central Florida (which it was), with none of the flavors really overpowering the others. A well-mixed concoction that you may not even realize is alcoholic until after you finish it, if you know what I mean.
Menchi Katsu Sliders ($12)
The sliders are a real stand out from the other specials. People love sliders; maybe it’s the cute size or maybe they just seem trendy, but these will probably be the most popular item off of the specials menu.
An award winning recipe of Chef Morimoto’s, they are unique from the ones offered in the Forbidden Lounge (review to come). They had a really good, unique flavor to them that I really enjoyed. The crunchy exterior on the burger makes them a strange, yet satisfying take on the slider.
Spicy Pork Pho Ga ($12)
The spicy pork pho ga was my second choice, simply because I like spicy. That being said, this wasn’t particularly spicy, but it did pack in a really nice flavor over the large tub of noodles. This is an ungodly huge portion and probably can easily be shared between two people.
The noodles were tender and the broth added a somewhat spicy, yet pleasant pork flavor tinge to every bite.
I thought both specials were great. Street Food has a really strong menu, and other than me not enjoying the octopus, I have felt like every other dish I have eaten here is one I would order again. Morimoto Street Food is a solid counter service option worth exploring at Disney Spring son your next visit.
2 thoughts on “REVIEW: Morimoto Asia Street Food Introduces New Daily Specials at Disney Springs”
Seems like shareable meals. Not exactly street food with the high cost. If they offered one bun for $4, it might be more reasonable or a mix and match for $8.
They have Taiyaki now?! Man all that stuff looks so good. Went to Morimoto’s this past January and absolutely fell in love with their huge bowls of ramen. So great. Can’t wait to try this stuff come March!
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