Being no strangers to The Wave at the Contemporary, especially when visiting the Magic Kingdom,we stopped in for a quick bite to kick off our afternoon in the Park.
The Wave’s bar menu likes change often, and while you’ll find some standards, you’ll also see new additions here and there. We’re fans of the Flatbreads, and while the Buffalo Mozzarella Flatbread is a tasty staple, it was the Our “Everything on it” Bison Burger Flatbread that really caught our eyes! We didn’t ask for what “everything” was, and the only noted ingredient in the description was Smoked Tillamook Cheddar.
Let’s just say they’re not messing around when they say “Everything!”
The flatbread is loaded up with Tillamook cheddar, caramelized onions, bison burger patties, mustard, ketchup, what seemed to be a doctored mayonnaise (it was more like a sauce), diced tomatoes, and basil chiffonade.
The crust held up to the toppings very well, but many of the toppings wanted to tumble onto the plate when trying to pick it up.
The burger still had a touch of pink to it and was moist.
Instead of breaking up the patty into several little pieces and sprinkled around the flatbread, they are simple cut into smaller patties remaining fairly intact. And the caramelized onions brought a fantastic sweetness to all of the savory elements of the dish.
We also ordered the Buffalo Mozzarella Flatbread with Roma Tomatoes and Pesto. If you like to keep things simple, I definitely recommend it.
It was slightly different as I’ve received it in the past (when they also offered a Barbecue Pork Flatbread), with fresh basil on top as opposed to the drizzle of pesto as seen below. I have to admit, this recent visit was much better and brighter in flavor.
Last summer, they offered this fantastic Rock Shrimp Flatbread.
Oh, and Matt happened to order a Bloody Mary here. Again.
While I’d definitely order the Our “Everything on it” Bison Burger Flatbread again, I’m excited to see what they come up with next! Another fantastic, relaxing visit to The Wave in the books.
Have you tried any of the seasonal flatbreads at The Wave? Which one has been your favorite?