Prices Revealed for Updated Menu Coming to Narcoossee’s in Disney World

A Disney World hotel restaurant will be reopening soon with some BIG changes.

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Narcoossee’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa has been closed since the summer of 2022 but is set to reopen on April 1st, 2023 (reservations open March 1st, 2023). Thus far, Disney has revealed that the restaurant will have a refreshed interior and some NEW menu items (as well as returning favorites). But now we’ve got the FULL menu details.

Here’s a look at the fully updated Narcoossee’s menu (with PRICES!) as shared on the My Disney Experience app.

Though not listed on the menu, Disney has indicated that guests (when they sit down) will be treated to an Artisan Boule of Sourdough “made with a perfectly toasty crust and baked daily in the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa bakery.”

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Then we get to the appetizers. The menu includes shrimp and grits (previously available here as an entree), buttermilk-fried calamari (previously the menu had crispy Rhode Island calamari), sweet potato gnocchi (previously a plant-based entree), and two NEW appetizers Disney had previously highlighted — the Ocean-inspired Charcuterie Board ($28) and the Brisket and Ricotta Tortelloni ($16).

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Then we’ve got soups and salads. While the Bisque has remained on the menu, Disney did previously note that it’ll now come with an “enhanced tableside presentation.” That’s priced at $18 (an increase of $2 compared to the price from earlier in 2022). There’s also a dish with Romaine and Hearts of Palm, and another with Blueberry and Barrel Aged Feta.

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When we turn to the entrees, there’s a mix of seafood and meat/other options. The Blackened Redfish is one Disney had previously highlighted as a signature dish from Chef Noah Estabrook. But there’s also a Salmon Dish (previously a blackened salmon dish was available), Scallops (previously there were pan-seared scallops), Gulf Shrimp, and a NY Strip Steak. The prices of those dishes range from $46-$59.

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In terms of other entrees, you will find a Surf & Turf option for $87 (a pretty significant increase from before), the NEW Pork Ribeye Chop for $46, and a Roasted Vegetable Paella (plant-based) for $34. That’s the cheapest of the “standard” entrees.

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There are also some enhancements you can add to your dinner, like a lobster tail. And there are side items you can order too, like Brussels sprouts (a returning dish), mushroom risotto, and “loaded” mashed potatoes (a bit different than the older Narcoossee’s signature mashed potatoes). The sides range from $11-$14.

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Then it’s time for dessert! The Almond-Crusted Cheesecake is a returning dish, but new to the menu are the Berry Pavola and Pineapple Bavarois. There’s also a Hazelnut Chocolate Bar available and a cheese selection. These range from $14-$22.

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Kids have their own separate menu here that includes a few appetizers ($5) and a create-your-own entree selection. There’s chicken, fish, and steak available…

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…as well as chicken strips. These come with 2 sides — kiddos can choose from fruits, rice, mac & cheese…

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…and some desserts too (including a Nemo Cupcake).

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Next, we move to drinks. Disney has noted that there is now a NEW cocktail program and one of the drinks that will be available is the Lime Gimlet (Disney called it the Empress Lime Gimlet). It is meant to be a modern twist on the classic gimlet and will set you back $16.50. Other drinks include a margarita, cold brew martini, and old-fashioned.

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There are also zero-proof cocktails to try — these are $11.

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And the wine list here has been “refreshed” to reflect  “a diverse portfolio of varietals.” Online there are just a few wines listed as shown in the screenshot below.

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So it looks like the menu has a mix of new and old items, dishes from the sea and from the land, and drinks for those seeking alcohol and those who are not. What do you think? Would you consider any of these items to be worth the prices listed for them? Tell us in the comments.

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One Reply to “Prices Revealed for Updated Menu Coming to Narcoossee’s in Disney World”

  1. I wish they would again offer the weekend brunch Narcossee’s used to have. It was the best brunch in all of WDW, far surpassing that at California Grill.