Olivia’s Cafe Review – Disney’s Old Key West Resort

By | August 1, 2010
Overall Rating44444
Suitable for Children44444
Reviews of Olivia's Cafe at Disney's Old Key West Resort This casual restaurant specializes in home-style American cuisine and fresh Florida seafood—comfort food with a Key West influence.

Visit The Mouse for Less Olivia’s Cafe Breakfast Menu, Olivia’s Cafe Lunch/Dinner Menu,  and Olivia’s Cafe Kids Menu.

Cuisine: American


Service Type: Casual Dining

Price Range: $$ ($15 to $35.99)

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  1. Bowers
    Overall Rating 44444
    Food 33333
    Service 55555
    Atmosphere 44444
    Price/Value 44444
    Romance 44444
    Suitable for Children 44444

    What: Late lunch (about 2:30) of a Veggie Wrap, Smoothie (strawberry, I think), and a Key Lime Tart

    Approximate Price of Entrees: 20.08

    Be Sure to Try:

    General tips: Sit by the wall and you can see lots of pictures of DVC guests.

    Dollarless tips: DVC members get a 10% discount – and I even remembered to ask for it! (We’ve only been DVC for 2 months and haven’t actually “gone home” yet!)

    Extra Comments: The veggie wrap was OK, but the wrap itself felt sort of slimey, which was a turn off. The tart was great, except for all the meringue, which I eventually picked off (ugh). However, I couldn’t finish my Smoothie after the tart, so Elizabeth put it in a cup to go for me.

    I almost didn’t get here to have any lunch – on Sat/Sun it seems I saw the sign for Old Key West every time I turned around, but do you think I could find the darn place on Tuesday? I was coming from a different direction (MK versus DTD), and the signs were NOT helpful at all. Apparently I had to turn left somewhere, but even after going through the same intersection 3 times, I never saw any sign indicating I should do so. Luckily I was also checking drive times for LaughingPlace.com, so I wasn’t too irritated, and finally ended up at the AKL and got a map from the security guard and she highlighted the route I should take. Apparently the driver in front of me was lost, too – we both spent a while with the guard and ended up doing u-turns. I have never done as many u-turns in my life as I did during 3 days at WDW!

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