There is certainly no shortage of sugar filled creations to eat at Walt Disney World, or any Disney Theme Park for that matter. You can take the fast and easy route by choosing Mickey Ice Cream bars, or cotton candy, or you can step into one of Mickey’s Pâtisserie’s located around the Kingdom. We have three favorites: Les Halles Boulangerie-Pâtisserie, Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, and now, Amorette’s Pâtisserie.
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1536 E. Buena Vista Drive, #1A, Orlando, FL 32830
Walt Disney World
Phone: (407) 934-3500
Hours: 11a – 11p most days
This feels like a high end bakery, particularly when comparing it to the other bakeries you find within the parks. Admittedly, it wasn’t our favorite, but it did have unique selections that you won’t find anywhere else. This technically isn’t a Mickey bakery, and that lends to a more sophisticated atmosphere and collection of offerings.
Amorette’s Pâtisserie is clean, crisp and open. At the entrance, bakers are busily showing off their talents composing creations and decorating them. Along the back wall are clear glass jars colored to the rainbow and filled with sprinkles, jimmies, nonpareils and candy melts. This display made my heart race. Someday I will have a kitchen with a back wall that looks just like this!
Further down from here you can find refrigerated glass cases filled with the beautiful delicacies from eclairs to macarons. The also offer sandwiches.
We picked up a Blueberry Lemonade Cake for Eclair, which she called a Sophia cake. I chose a crème brûlée. I can’t resist, and I wanted to compare it the Boulangerie in France (France edged it out just barely). Widmore and Pie chose the Mickey Mouse to share.
The Blueberry Lemonade Cake had a purple blueberry mask covering a lemon cheesecake. Inside the cheesecake, a center of blueberry cake mousse is hidden. The flavor was perfect. The blueberry and lemon complimented each other like my favorite bundt cake, and the lemon was just tart enough to punch your taste buds ever so slightly.
Mickey Mouse is a white and black chocolate dome covered in shiny red ganache. The exterior of the dome was white, while the heart of it was black. The juxtaposition of the two chocolates were very complimentary.
We purchased a box of 5 macarons for $12. Flavors include salted caramel, passion fruit, espresso, chocolate and pistachio. Macarons are best two to three days after they are made, but these tasted like they were on day 4. The shell was a bit too crisp, and rather than melt into the gooey inside, it separated leaving a jagged edge. It’s hard to find a good macaron, and Amorette’s Pâtisserie didn’t fulfill my craving.
► For Kids: The prices here are on par with a typical bakery, and far more reasonable than park priced treats. The bright colors will stand out to kids, and the treat sizes are big enough to share. A few treats will satiate the whole family, and you’ll get to try more than one.
Have you enjoyed the treats at Amorette’s Pâtisserie? When comparing it to the other two bakeries, for us, it falls in 2nd place behind Les Halles Boulangerie Pâtisserie in Epcot. What did you think and what you did you try here?
► Nap-Time Version: A review of Amorette’s Pâtisserie, a Mickey Mouse bakery in Disney Springs.
Check out our review of Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Norway at Epcot, our #1 favorite bakery: Les Halles Boulangerie Pâtisserie in Epcot, and our complete list of places we love to eat in Walt Disney World.