Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort

Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort in Disney World

Rachael and Rebecca and I are staying at the Caribbean Beach Resort at Disney World this week. The counter service restaurant there is Old Port Royale, and since we’re on the Disney Dining Plan and it’s close and we like the food, we’ve eaten there several times this week.

Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort
Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort

The decor was quite nice and colorful, I thought. When we ate there in the middle of the day and it was hot out, we got a table inside, but usually we ate at one of the tables outside outlooking Barefoot Bay.

I ordered the Crispy Chicken salad with Pineapple Slaw, which comes with either fries or a salad. Rebecca and I split it, and it was plenty for both of us.

Rachael loved the salmon dish with black beans and rice and broccoli.

 

Crispy chicken sandwich with pineapple slaw at Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort in DIsney World
Crispy Chicken Sandwich with Pineapple Slaw
Salmon and broccoli at Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach

Salman with black beans and rice, broccoli, and corn bread

Since we were on the Disney Dining Plan, we also got a choice of dessert or drink. But since we were staying at a resort, we already had cute souvenir cups (see the photo above), so there was no reason to buy drinks.

That meant a week of a lot of desserts, which we would bring back to the room for later.

Chocolate desserts at Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort in Disney
Rachael likes chocolate!

 

Mickey Mouse cupcake with oreo ears
Rebecca got a Mickey Mouse cupcake with Oreo ears!

 

monkey cupcake at Old Port Royale at Caribbean Beach Resort at Disney
This chocolate “Monkey Cupcake” with peanut butter icing and banana filling was fantastic!

There were a couple days that we didn’t want to get to the parks first thing in the morning, and we went to Old Port Royale for breakfast. Rachael and I each got a Bounty Breakfast Platter, which was eggs, sausage, bacon, potato wedges, a slice of French toast, and a biscuit. Oh yes, and since we already had drinks, a dessert. Did I mention that you get a ton of food with the Disney Dining Plan? Rebecca and I split a meal and brought our dessert back to the room for later, and we still didn’t finish everything.

County Breakfast Platter at Old Port Royale
Bounty Breakfast Platter

 

 

Croissant at Old Port Royale
Chocolate Croissant — one of many pastries to go with an already-huge breakfast!

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