Rose and Crown questions... lots of menu questions

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by PRINCESS VIJA, May 19, 2013.


    PRINCESS VIJA Viva Latvia!

    Feb 18, 2001
    So somehow I did not realize that LeCellier now is 2 dining credits for lunch. Just happened upon that info yesterday. Of course we had all of our ADR's at the 180 day mark and then LeCellier was just 1 credit. Ugghh. Frustrating. Anyway now I am one credit over and am trying to find something at EPCOT that both DD and I would like. Not easy with what is available 3 weeks out...

    Came across Rose and Crown and I would like to try it, but DD is not sure. I have lots of menu related questions. help!

    Grilled New York Strip Steakwith Seasonal Vegetables, Fried Onion Rings, Green Beans, Mushrooms, and Red Wine Sauce
    Can you get this without the mushrooms and red wine sauce?

    Bubble and Squeak
    What is this???

    Mickey Check Meals - Grilled ChickenGrilled Chicken with Brown Rice, Green Beans, and Fruit Salad with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DasaniĀ® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guideline for Complete Meals without substitution

    What is a Mickey Check Meal?? Can you get this as part of the dining plan?

    Farmhouse Ploughman's Lunch Carved Ham, Cheese, Roast Chicken, Egg, and Traditional English Accompaniments
    How is this presented? Is each meat separated somehow, or is it mixed together? What is a traditional English accompaniment?

    English Breakfast BurgerAngus Beef Patty with Applewood-smoked Bacon, Cheddar, Fried Egg, and House-made HP Sauce
    Can this be made without the egg, and what is HP sauce?
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  3. ses1230

    ses1230 DIS Veteran

    Aug 10, 2006
    I can answer one or two -

    Mickey check meals are complete kids meals that are healthier with lower calories and fat, etc. They menu actually has a check mark, a "Mickey check" to make it easy to see. I think I read somewhere that you can't substitute items on a Mickey check meal. Yes, they are covered by the dining plan.

    For the steak, if the sauce is just poured on, I'm sure you can ask to have it without. If it is something that the steak gets cooked in, that might be harder. I have always found places to be accomodating about leaving sauces off.
  4. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

    Jun 22, 2001
    Sausages cooked and served with vegetables, usually potatoes and cabbage.

    A brown sauce popular in the UK. sounds like it would approximate a tangy barbecue sauce.

    Ploughman's lunch photo:

    The accompaniments appear to be onion jam, mustard, a radish and some greens.
  5. DisneyCrazy1981

    DisneyCrazy1981 Earning My Ears

    Feb 22, 2012
    HP sauce is a brown sauce used in the UK that is similar to a steak sauce here in the US. It's very good!

    PRINCESS VIJA Viva Latvia!

    Feb 18, 2001
    thanks everyone! That is very helpful, and I know DD will be fine eating there. I can't wait!!

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