Full Menu for Jaleo at Disney Springs Has Been Released
Jaleo, the new restaurant coming to Disney Springs, has released their full menu. This restaurant has a few different locations around the country and was created by celebrity chef Jose Andres. You can see pictures of the ongoing construction here. As we watch the restaurant take shape on the outside, it’s now time to take a look at what we’ll be eating and drinking inside.
As you can see, there is a wide range of cocktails available. It’s always exciting to see a great bar program.
There will also be a wide-range of beer available on draft. Take a look at all of the beers from both Spain and right here in Florida.
Can you have a Spanish restaurant without Sangria?
For those that choose not to imbibe, there are plenty of really unique sodas available, including house-made ones!
The wine list is quite extensive. We’ve included the white and red list above, but they also have a few sparkling wines and a rose.
Now… what we’ve been waiting for…. the food! The menu is quite extensive.
The menu kicks off with some fun appetizers.
Embutidos are something you don’t see every day on menus around Disney World. These should be something very different that many visitors to Disney Springs might not have tried before.
So. Much. Cheese. Who knew there could be this many different types of queso?
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It’s Jose’s Way or the highway at Jaleo!
The soups and salads look delicious.
Vegetarians will be pleased to see options for them.
Every culture and cuisine knows that fried food is sometimes the best food. Jaleo agrees.
There are a few sandwiches on the menu as well. You can see they are still working on a clever subtitle on their menu for this one.
Craving seafood? Jaleo has you covered.
Do you prefer that your meat comes from the land? Jaleo has that covered as well.
If you can manage to agree with your significant other or dining companion, Jose has cooked up some shareable ideas for Jaleo. We are curious about the Lubina a la Donostiarra. Will it come with the eyes intact like the dish at Tiffans at Disney’s Animal Kingdom?
Keeping with the large plate trend, Jose tells us a story about his childhood. These plates also serve two or more guests.
Finally, there is a tasting menu that will be available every day from 4pm until 45 minutes before closing. These look to be truly unique and special, and it will be exciting to see what these look like.
Jaleo is set to open before the end of the year at Disney Springs, although there has been no announcement of an opening in the next few days.