Topolino’s Terrace Removes Many Menu Items Ahead of Reopening at Disney’s Riviera Resort

UPDATE: Upon publication of this post, it was noted that price increases at Topolino’s Terrace were linked to the reopening. These prices were increased shortly before the resort closure in early February.

An updated menu was published today for Topolino’s Terrace at Disney’s Riviera Resort and many items were removed. Not only were items cut from the menu, but the price for modified character breakfast was recently raised to $42 for adults (previously $41) and $27 for kids (previously $24).

Let’s take a look at the offerings that were slashed from the menu.

Breakfast

  • Spiced Sausage Hash (Entree)
  • Croissant au Jambon (Entree)
  • Wood-fired Butchers Steak (Entree)
  • Fig and Melon Sparkler
  • Seasonal Mimosa
  • Floral Mimosa or Bellini
  • Riveria Non-Alcoholic Spicy Bloody Mary

Dinner

  • Heritage Hog Terrine (Antipasto)
  • Gnocchi (Antipasto)
  • Burrata con Panna (Antipasto)
  • Root Bisque (Starter)
  • Kale and Forelle Pear Salad (Starter)
  • Winter Pumpkin Ravioli (Starter)
  • Escargot en Coquille (Starter)
  • Herb Fettuccine (Entree)
  • Bucatini (Entree)
  • King Salmon Mi-Cuit (Entree)
  • Bouillabaisse (Entree)
  • Tomahawk Veal Chop (Entree)
  • Profiteroles (Dessert)
  • Apple Tarte Tartin (Dessert)
  • House Fromage Board (Dessert)
  • Garden Mint Soda 

It is unknown if these changes will be permanent or just for the duration of the phased reopening of the Walt Disney World Resort which begins later this month with multiple DVC resorts reopening.

Stay tuned to WDWNT for updates on this story and many more.

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Jason
Jason
1 year ago

My guess is that at least some of these deletions are supply chain based, and will remain in effect until ingredients can be attained at a volume Disney needs.