We just got back from a very pleasant trip to Disneyland and had the opportunity to enjoy lunch in the Cafe Orleans. The menu here is sort of a Blue Bayou Lite, with Monte Cristo sandwiches playing a prominent part. I ordered the French Onion soup which I promptly gobbled up, what a delight on a cool day! This is second only to Chefs de France in the world of Disney French Onion soups, real Gruyere cheese melted on top and every spoonful gets a generous helping of onions, what a happy time
The Monte Cristo's got mixed reviews, I didn't particularly like the meat in my Monte Cristo, but I loved Ahnalira's cheese only Monte Cristo. However, unless you have a really big appetite, I would probably just order the soup!
All in all, a very pleasant experience and probably would have gotten a full on "5" if not for the regular Monte Cristo falling a bit short of the mar
Recently reopened as table service and it's a nice option.
There are some new menu items too,one-the MonteChristo-can be ordered as a three cheese sandwich as well as the traditional style.
French onion soup is now available and pretty good. Gotta have the mint julip,of course. Nice fresh ice tea,also.
The web site doesn't (or didn't) indicate that it was a PS option restaurant,but in July 2006,they were taking PSs.