REVIEW: New House-Made Philly Cheesesteak Spring Rolls Arrive at Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom
All the great snack explorers will tell you that Adventureland has one of the greatest hidden gems in the park. There’s a small cart that sells house-made spring rolls and they are amazing. These new rolls arrive fresh from the Adventureland kitchens, where they were handmade instead of being from a vendor. We’ve tried the Cheeseburger rolls, the Buffalo Chicken rolls, and the Reuben rolls, but these new Philly Cheesesteak spring rolls take the prize, people. Run, do not walk to the Adventureland spring roll cart. These are seriously good. Read on to find out more!
Like we said, this is a hidden gem. The cart is pretty nondescript. If you’ve walked through Adventureland, you’ve probably walked by this cart multiple times without noticing it. It seems to disappear into the background and be camouflaged by crowds.
The spring roll cart is located on the pathway between Pirates of the Caribbean and Jungle Cruise. There’s a small sign advertising the new house-made Philly Cheesesteak spring rolls. For $7.50, you get two spring rolls.
These spring rolls are small and plump, but they’re hot and fresh. The outside is crispy and opens to reveal the cheesy, steak-y goodness inside.
Once you cut or bite inside, you can see that there’s ground beef, copious amounts of cheese, orange and yellow bell pepper slivers, and onions. The onion and accompanying veggies aren’t overwhelming at all, but complimentary to the other flavors. We thought there’d be slices of thin steak in there, but the ground beef isn’t off-putting, either.