A hidden gem at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter, Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory has reopened after being reimagined, and has added even more flavors inspired by New Orleans to their menu, including jambalaya, po’ boys, gumbo, and more.
Home-style favorites such as create-your-own pasta, salads and pizza are still available for lunch and dinner, in addition to new flavors inspired by New Orleans. Specialty burgers include a Cajun King Burger with Andouille sausage, Cheddar Cheese and Creole mustard aioli and a Crawfish Mac & Cheese Burger. Enjoy Jambalaya or a create-your-own rice bowl with pulled pork, catfish or shrimp, red or black beans, and Cajun, dirty or white rice. Po’ Boys will also be served catfish, shrimp or beef topped with lettuce, tomato and remoulade.
For dinner, enjoy new entrees like prime rib, pork rack, roasted sustainable fish, fried chicken and BBQ ribs with your choice of sides—including Mache Choux, collard greens, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, mac and cheese, macaroni salad and red beans and rice.
New breakfast items have also been added to the menu, and include Crispy-Fried Chicken on a Biscuit with maple-bacon jam, Molasses-Cream Cheese Cinnamon Roll, House-made Coffee Cake, Jumbo Sweet Potato Belgian Waffle topped with toasted pecans, whipped cream and apple-cranberry compote, Cajun Grit Bowl with Shrimp and soft-poached eggs, a Breakfast Po’ Boy with scrambled eggs, Andouille sausage, and sautéed peppers and onions, Pain Perdu, a French toast made with a baguette and warm fruit topping.
Signature made-to-order beignets are now available with new dipping sauces, including raspberry, caramel and chicory-coffee ganache. Or take your dessert over the top with a decadent hand-dipped gelato sundae in a beignet bowl. Other new desserts include a warm Chocolate-Caramel Bread Pudding and house-made Pecan Pralines. Of course, no visit to “The Big Easy” would be complete without a Louisiana-style King Cake, perfect for celebrating Mardi Gras anytime.
Laissez les bons temps rouler when the new menu debuts November 19 at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory!
Can the rice bowl be done vegan style? Is a vegan burger a “meat” choice for the power salad?
I can’t wait to experience the new menu. POFQ is our favorite resort. I’m planning a trip for 2018 but may have to make a short trip in 2017 because I can’t wait to see all the updates!
As someone who was born and raised in New Orleans I’m very excited to see the menu change!! The little bundt cakes and beignets are adorable and the menu has a vision and theme that I think was greatly lacking before. The previous items were a poor excuse for Louisiana cooking!
However, where the sides were listed I’m pretty sure you mean to say”maque choux” not “mache”choux (that isn’t a thing) 🙂
We are arriving at POFQ on the 27th of this month – so happy they have re-opened the restaurant – will it still be quick service?
Any hope for monte christos from Cafe Orleans/Blue Bayou?
We’ll be staying at Port Orleans French Quarter in January! Can’t wait to visit Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory!