Entrées ranged from hand-crafted pasta, like the popular chicken rigatoni, to lighter fare, like a classic sole served with sea beans, asparagus, and capers. But after a long day in the parks, I craved something heartier.
I opted for the filet mignon ($54) prepared with potato pavé, asparagus, Bordelaise sauce, and a shallot vinaigrette.
The dish arrived a perfect medium rare, just as ordered, and was plated beautifully so the steak was the star of the flight. It was incredibly flavorful and had what seemed like high-quality meat so tender, I hardly needed to use my knife.
Compared to other restaurants on the property known for their steaks, like California Grill and Le Cellier Steakhouse, I thought this meal was far superior.
Some items on Topolino's Terrace menu change based on the season.