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battlecat533
09-09-2007, 07:20 PM
OK folks..I have looked aorund the boards and found several threads with mentions of different tpes of my new favorite dessert. I went to Le Cellier and got hooked last year on the Maple Creme Brulee. Thsi year my DW and I are headed down for our Disneymoon and I want to try every kind of Creme Brulee that I can. Please help me out with locations and types and I will make a index of them here for all the fanatics like myself. Thanks ya'll:thumbsup2


Location ---- Type of Creme Brulee

Le Cellier (Canada Epcot) --- Maple / Vanilla
Chefs de France (France Epcot) --- vanilla bean
Jiko (Animal Kingdom Lodge) ---- Pistachio with a chocolate bottom
Spoodles (Boardwalk) --- vanilla bean
Concourse Steakhouse (Contempory) --- vanilla bean
Citricos (Grand Floridian) --- tropical fruit
Narcoossee's (Grand Floridian) ---- key lime
Yacht Club Galley (Yacht Club)----- maple
Yachtsman Steakhouse (Yacht Club) --- : berries & chocolate
Wolfgang Puck Cafe (DTD) --- Sampler-vanilla, dark chocolate & butterscotch
Coral Reef (Epc0t) -- BUTTERSCOTCH
Kona (Poly) --- Caramel-Banana
Brown Derby (MGM...Disney Studios..whatever) --- Double Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee
Artists Point (Wilderness Lodge) --- vanilla latte creme brulee
Fountainview (Epcot ) --- Orange (MAYBE -- NOT CONFIRMED AT THIS POINT)
Tony's Town Square (MK) --- Pistachio
Sunshine Seasons (Epcot) --- Orange / Vanilla (MAYBE -- NOT CONFIRMED AT THIS POINT)
Fulton's Crabhouse (DTD) ---- Milk Chocolate

twitch
09-09-2007, 07:50 PM
WPE in DTD has Creme Brulee. It was very light...and the crust on top was thinner than some.

lynninpa
09-09-2007, 07:53 PM
If a fellow Diser is asking about food, I am here to help! :upsidedow

I just went through the menus on allears.net and came up with the following for you. Enjoy! :upsidedow

Chefs de France: vanilla bean
Le Cellier: Sampler-maple creme & vanilla bean
Jiko: Pistachio with a chocolate bottom (sounds yummy!)
Spoodles: vanilla bean
Concourse Steakhouse: vanilla bean
Citricos: tropical fruit
Narcoossee's: key lime
Yacht Club Galley: maple
Yachtsman Steakhouse: berries & chocolate
Wolfgang Puck Cafe: Sampler-vanilla, dark chocolate & butterscotch (yumm!)

melomouse
09-09-2007, 08:00 PM
If a fellow Diser is asking about food, I am here to help! :upsidedow

I just went through the menus on allears.net and came up with the following for you. Enjoy! :upsidedow

Chefs de France: vanilla bean
Le Cellier: Sampler-maple creme & vanilla bean
Jiko: Pistachio with a chocolate bottom (sounds yummy!)
Spoodles: vanilla bean
Concourse Steakhouse: vanilla bean
Citricos: tropical fruit
Narcoossee's: key lime
Yacht Club Galley: maple
Yachtsman Steakhouse: berries & chocolate
Wolfgang Puck Cafe: Sampler-vanilla, dark chocolate & butterscotch (yumm!)


Lynne - you are awesome!:love: TY!!!

mickeys friend
09-09-2007, 08:17 PM
The vanilla bean at Concourse is YUMMY!!!

DisneyLover75
09-09-2007, 09:14 PM
Yes, the vanilla bean creme brulee at Concourse Steakhouse is FABULOUS! So is the creme brulee (I think also vanilla) at the counter service food court at the Land in Epcot. I'm not sure of the name of the place.

I am a big fan of creme brulee myself, and I can't wait to go and eat the various flavors at all the restaurants! Yum! These are great selections, and I'm so glad I came across this thread!

Good luck!

kaytieeldr
09-09-2007, 09:16 PM
Well, Lynne's good, but I went one or three steps further :teeth:

First, I searched the WDWinfo.com/dining database - that's the DIS home site, and there's tons of information right here; then I noted the menu dates and compared those to the menu dates at allears:

Artist Point: Coffee Two Ways - Mochaccino bread pudding and vanilla latte creme brulee. - $8.00 6/07 (allearsnet)
Blue Zoo: Creme Brulee Bar - Made with raspberry paste, sorbet and lemon cookie, and raspberry essence shooter. - $11.00 6/07 (wdwinfo.com)
Chefs de France: Creme Brulee - Vanilla creme brulee served with a madeliene. - $6.95 8/07 (wdwinfo.com)
Citricos: Tropical Fruit Creme Brulee - Creme Brulee - $8.00 4/07 (allearsnet)
Concourse: Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee - vanilla bean creme brulee - $5.99 3/07 (allearsnet)
Coral Reef: Citrus Creme Brulee - Served with berries and citrus zest. - $7.99 8/07 (wdwinfo.com)
Brown Derby: Double Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee - Served with a dark chocolate dipped biscotti. - $7.00 8/07 (allearsnet)

Jiko: Pistachio Creme Brulee - With a Chocolate Layered Bottom. - $8.00 8/07 (allearsnet)
Kona Cafe: Caramel-banana Creme Brulee - $5.99 8/07 (wdwinfo.com)
Le Cellier: Creme Brulee Sampler - $5.99 8/07 (wdwinfo.com)
Maya Grill: Creme Brulee - Creme Brulee - $6.99 8/06 (wdwinfo.com)

Narcoosee's: Key Lime Creme Brulee - Key Lime Creme Brulee - $7.00 6/07 (allearsnet)
Raglan Road: Bailey's Creme Brulee Tart - Creme brulee Irish style. - $6.99 5/07 (allearsnet)
Shula's: Creme Brulee - Creme brulee - $6.95 8/06 (wdwinfo.com)
Spoodles: Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee - Vanilla bean creme brulee. - $6.99 2/07 (friend of chef)
WPE: Creme Brulee - Creme brulee - $3.95 4/07 (wdwinfo.com)
Yacht Club Galley: Creme Brulee - Maple-infused creme brulee served with an orange biscotti. - $5.49 3/07 (wdwinfo.com)

battlecat533
09-09-2007, 09:22 PM
Good work people...i added a few also :banana: :banana: that I found in various threads. Not sure what still is around like the orange flavor at the Fountain view...but hopefully someone can check. I will be there in Dec

kaytieeldr
09-09-2007, 09:29 PM
I don't think it is. The FountainView menu at allears is pretty recent (last month, or June) and doesn't list creme brulee. Really, it's just got some ice cream and some drinks.

lynninpa
09-09-2007, 09:36 PM
Well, Lynne's good, but I went one or three steps further :teeth:

:snooty: Oh, those snooty people from MA! ....just teasing! :upsidedow -Amy in RI :wave2:

melomouse
09-09-2007, 09:38 PM
Okay - All ready to book the Creme Brulee Grand Tour!???

Want to addend battelcat's initial list - Sunshine Seasons has a vanilla "Soarin'" Brulee but it's definitely CS quality vs. restaurant. Nonetheless, when desperate for your next CB fix - it will do in a pinch....

I'm thinking now about my January trip...if the restaurants aren't too too busy, maybe I can just go order dessert.....hmmmm

kaytieeldr
09-09-2007, 09:54 PM
:snooty: Oh, those snooty people from MA! ....just teasing! :upsidedow -Amy in RI :wave2:
Hey, it's colder up here (in the winter) and we need more stuff to keep us distracted :teeth: (and yes, I know 'up here' is a distance of a grand total of maybe, oh, forty miiles :))

lynninpa
09-09-2007, 10:15 PM
Hey, it's colder up here (in the winter) and we need more stuff to keep us distracted :teeth: (and yes, I know 'up here' is a distance of a grand total of maybe, oh, forty miiles :))


Ahhh, that's why you have so many more posts than me! :rotfl:

kaytieeldr
09-09-2007, 11:00 PM
Well, that... and the fact that you actually have a life. All I have is the DIS ;)

DisMN
09-10-2007, 01:42 AM
I read the list fast so may have missed it but I didn't see the Milk Chocolate Creme Brulee at Fulton's Crabhouse at Pleasure Island. I frequently get this as takeout treat after filling up on those gigantic crab claws. :banana:

Looking forward to reading your Creme Brulee tasting reviews! Have fun!!

kaytieeldr
09-10-2007, 08:55 AM
Battlecat - you may want to double-check the Wolfgang Puck Cafe desserts. WDWinfo.com's menu is from 8/07, and I don't think I saw that listed.

Belle5
09-10-2007, 10:23 AM
I would like to say that IMHO, the maple creme brulee at Yacht Club Galley is a lot better than the one served at Le Cellier.

I would like others who have tried many flavors of creme brulee at the world to put in their 2 cents about who has the best.

The best I have had at the world is the milk chocolate at Fultons, however, there are many variations from other restaurants I have not tried. I am particularly interested in the Irish Creme at Raglan some of the pistachio varieties and the vanilla latte at AP. I know my DH adored the trio at Pucks...he will be sad if that is no longer served...

melomouse
09-10-2007, 10:54 AM
You're on, Belle - while the taste of 3 - 4 if you count Soarin' - Brulees is in my mind....

Le Cellier - ***:thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2
Kona - *****:thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2
Concourse - ****:thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2
Sunshine Seasons - :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2

My small contribution to the cause.... I need much more data!!!!!!;)

Belle5
09-10-2007, 11:00 AM
Oh, I forgot how much I love the caramel banana creme brulee at Kona. It is so different! Not quite as cruchy on top as others because of the bananas...but the flavor! Mmm...

battlecat533
09-10-2007, 04:34 PM
Battlecat - you may want to double-check the Wolfgang Puck Cafe desserts. WDWinfo.com's menu is from 8/07, and I don't think I saw that listed.


Not sure...I may be missing it but the only deserts I see are childrens unless you look at Wolfgang Puck Express and there they just list Creme Brulee

ElizabethB
09-10-2007, 06:14 PM
Believe it or not, the creme brulee at Wolfgang Puck Express is outstanding -- one of the best!

branv
09-10-2007, 06:47 PM
Two years ago we bought a Creme Brulee at Boulangerie Patisserie. But we didn't really care for it. To be fair, it was evening EMH, so maybe it had sat around too long, but it tasted kind of...urgh...rubbery. It was almost like they put gelatin in it, which is of course not a creme brulee.

Someday someone is going to have to explain to me the diff btwn chocolate creme brulee and chocolate pots de creme.

DisneyLover75
09-11-2007, 08:31 AM
Okay - All ready to book the Creme Brulee Grand Tour!???

Want to addend battelcat's initial list - Sunshine Seasons has a vanilla "Soarin'" Brulee but it's definitely CS quality vs. restaurant. Nonetheless, when desperate for your next CB fix - it will do in a pinch....

I'm thinking now about my January trip...if the restaurants aren't too too busy, maybe I can just go order dessert.....hmmmm


Yes! That was it! Soarin Brulee at the Sunshine Seasons! I didn't know the name of the place, and I knew it wasn't an orange flavor! It was soooooo good! That's the one that got me hopelessly hooked on creme brulee.

What's funny is that I've had it here in Milwaukee, since going to Disney, and it just does NOT compare. Probably the atmosphere. LOL!

te2077
09-11-2007, 11:35 AM
your making me want to make a ps for jiko again. Love the pistachio creme brulee.....:flower3:

MEM
09-11-2007, 12:04 PM
Great thread as I am also a huge fan of creme brulee! My all-time favorite Disney dessert, in any category, is the Pistachio Creme Brulee at Jiko. Yes, I made an ADR for December 2007 just to be able to have that for dessert.

battlecat533
09-12-2007, 05:24 PM
Keep up the good work all..its great. If anyone has any reviews..put em al lin.:banana: :banana:

battlecat533
09-24-2007, 07:16 PM
I added the changed at Coral Reef...it is now a Butterscotch (w/ berries per the nemu):wizard: