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We were at Disneyland on Saturday. I saw on the Disney Blogs that the French Market has a new menu. We looked at it. We were hungry and it all looked good. We were with our friends and we all had something new from the menu.
I had the French beef dip sandwich. It came with home made chips, au jus dip, and grapes. It was good but on the bland side. Jessica had the corn chowder. It comes in a bread bowl. She opted to have it in a regular bowl and save the bread for a snack for later. She liked it and ate some of the bread along with it. I tried it and it has a little kick to it, but not too spicy. (LaurieP.... Thought about you on this one since it is vegie). Our friends.... Beverly had the shrimp po boy sandwich. This was amazing. The shrimp were so big and a lot of them. It came with slaw and grapes. I tried a shrimp and it was very tasty. Lisa had the beef stew which comes in a bread bowl. She also had it in a regular bowl and saved the bread for snacking later. These were on the lunch menu. Gone now from the menu is the clam chowder in the bread bowl
The dinner menu also has new items.... now to try those too.
DD Jessica 17
Last edited by Disney4us2; 11-12-2012 at 02:25 PM..
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