Pizzafari’s lunch & dinner menu has always been a bit of a by-pass for me. The restaurant located in Discover Island sells the pizza I can’t stand, a Hot Italian-Style Sandwich I might order if I were visiting with friends who wanted to dine there, and a couple of pretty basic salads (which I’m sure are fine; I just look for something more interesting to me). One item, however, has stood out to me on the last many visits, solely because I wanted to compare them to the ones I thoroughly enjoy from Riverside Mill.
At $4.99 for 4 breadsticks and approximately half of a small cup of sauce, they aren’t a bad meal supplement for a family or appetizer for two adults, and can easily be filling enough as a meal for a single person. Regardless of how many are partaking in to dish, I would recommend asking the Cast Member to either fill up the cup of sauce or ask for a second, especially if you like sauce!
The sauce itself isn’t extraordinary, but its texture is nice; it’s not runny nor is it thick like paste. It’s a little bit sweet, but has some herbs to bring a bit of savory to it. It’s not my first choice for a breadstick dipping-sauce, but I honestly can’t complain.
The breadsticks themselves have a decent rise to them. They had a thin, ever-so-slightly-crisp crust leading into a chewy interior. The herbs and cheese sprinkled on their exterior didn’t bring a lot of extra flavor, but did add a touch of salty, herby balance to the sticks. If they weren’t there, I certainly would have missed them.
I know… Breadsticks. They’re not exactly exciting, but if you’re stopping at Pizzafari anyway, add an order to your meal, especially if you have a few people in your party who will partake. It might be that extra bit of energy they need to relieve your wallet of buying everyone their own pretzel or box of popcorn in an hour or two!
If you’ve tried the breadsticks from Pizzafari, what are your thoughts on them? Where do you find your favorite bread on property?