Within a minute we were greeted our server, Becky (I believe that was her name). My husband placed his order for a Skyy vodka martini on the rocks (9.25) while I looked over the wine list before deciding. After a few minutes I too decided on a Skyy vodka martini, however, mine would up and extra dirty. Once our drinks arrived we placed our order. After our servers description of the monk fish I went with that over the chicken.
My main coarse was the Roasted Monk Fish (34) with Rock Lobster Bisque Sauce topped with sweet Maui onions and spiced arugula served over pureed potatoes. This dish was absolutely delicious! The monk fish had a very similar taste and texture to lobster which made the bisque paring perfect. The bisque was rich and cream and went very nicely with the potatoes. The Maui onions and spiced arugula add a lightness to the dish that was a great contrast to the richness of the bisque. This was one of the best meals I’ve ever had. My husband ordered the Filet of Chateaubriand (42), medium. It was served over potato leek puree and topped with green and white asparagus and a vintage port demi glaze. The filet was cooked perfectly. It was tender, moist and melted in your mouth. The potato leek puree was light, fluffy and had a hint of the leek and butter. My husband thought this was an excellent dish and said it was on par with Le Cellier which is his favorite.
Since it was our anniversary we were surprised with two chocolate mousse domes, one which was Mickey and another as Minnie. It was quite delicious! While enjoying our dessert we watched Fantasmic from our table.
After dinner we decided to walk around Club 33 and check out all of the photos, artwork and decorations. The first thing that I noticed was that the Gallery smelled of fresh cut flowers. There were several large floral arranges located in the Gallery and connecting hallway. The Gallery featured a hand-painted piano and artwork for Pirates of the Caribbean and the hallway contained a few photographs of Walt Disney.
Cooking With Mickey