Tuesday, 28 June 2016

D-Luxe Burger at Disney Springs



I had the chance to check out D-luxe Burger in Disney Springs this past visit and I will tell you I really enjoyed this little burger joint.


This is a counter service (quick service) restaurant and does accept the Dining Plan.


Bonus tip: you can also get the gelato shakes there as a snack which is a great buy considering its 7.00


Upon entering there was no line whatsoever; however, by the end of our meal the line was out the door.


The prices are a bit high at first look; however, it is so worth it. Disney describes this place as, “eclectically comfortable Florida ranch-inspired,” and I understand why. It is themed very comfy cozy and home style as an old farm ranch would be. The seating is a mix of booths and bar stools. The best part of the seating is that they have usb outlets for you to charge your phone.

I ordered the Southern Classic Burger which came with a fried green tomatoes, pimento cheese, and bacon and was 12.99.
 My husband ordered the El Diablo Burger which was a signature blend patty, with deep fried banana peppers, tomatoes, lettuce and chipotle mayonnaise. Jenna order the classic kids burger with fry's and it also came with carrot sticks and small danimals smoothie.


Sorry this picture did not turn out as I hoped it would.


These burgers were huge, we split all of them and were very full. My Southern burger was very juicy and filling. The pimento cheese was creamy and the fried green tomato was good; however, not my favorite fried green tomato I owe that to my Granma.

Joe's burger was a bit spicy but not too hot and the deep fried banana peppers were crazy good. Jenna's classic cheese burger was pretty good. All the buns were nice and shiny and super enjoyable.

Now on to those fry's. The fry's are very nice, with that home-style taste with just the right amount of salt, and lets not forgot about the amazing sauces.

I have heard about those sauces from a friend and so decided to try every single one. In the picture above we have garlic ranch, horseradish, chipotle mayonnaise, 3 mustard and honey, buffalo blue cheese and curry ketchup and of course ketchup and my daughters fav ketchup and mayonnaise.

The sauces were very good and we even tried them with the carrot sticks. My favorites were the horseradish and the curry ketchup.

We also split a Vanilla Gelato Shake which was 7.00 but you could also add alcohol for a couple bucks more.

I really liked this place. I like the d├ęcor, I liked the seating and the price wasn't too bad. Our bill was 33.00 and that is in Disney. Best part: The food. The food was really good.

If you get a chance to try out D-Luxe burger in Disney Springs do it, seriously. You will probably really enjoy it as well.
Thank you for reading.





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