Disney Springs has exploded with dining options. Since I had a really great burger at Pepper Market at Coronado Springs Resort, I was looking forward to trying out D-Luxe Burger at Disney Springs Town Center. Here is my Disney dining review: D-Luxe Burger.
Updated Post July 2019.
D-Luxe Burger is in the heart of Disney Springs at the Town Center. It is a Disney owned and operated restaurant. The decor inside is very rustic and beautiful. I especially like the ceilings. The quick-service restaurant offers plenty of inside seating, as well as seating outside.
The food menu is simple and there are more shake and drink options than food. The burgers range in price from $10.49 to $13.49.
I did not have any of the drinks since I was paying out of pocket, I had the free ice water. If you are on the Disney Dining Plan the shakes are included as a drink with your meal.
If you are paying out of pocket, the shakes are $7.50.
Me and my sister-in-law, Jen, had the Barbecue Classic Burger. Website description: Signature Blend topped with a Fried Onion Ring, Smoked Gouda, Bacon, Barbecue Sauce, and Lettuce. The price is $11.99 and that does not include fries. Jen ordered a order of small fries for $4.99, which we all ended up sharing.
After taking our order, we were given a buzzer and went to search for a table. We found a booth and only had to wait about 5-7 minutes before our buzzer went off and we got our food.
Review of D-Luxe Burger
My husband had the El Diablo Burger. Website description: Chorizo-and-Signature Blend Patty, Fried Banana Peppers, Pepper Jack Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, and Chipotle Mayonnaise. The price is $12.49 and that does not include the fries.
When we placed our order the cast member informed us that the burgers were cooked to medium and if that was ok with us. It is fine for me, but my husband prefers his medium-rare. He still thought his burger was quite juicy.
He said the banana peppers gave it an unexpected spicy kick. The flavors were well balanced. He also liked the chorizo blend, which added a pork flavor and more spice.
My sister-in-law and I enjoyed our Barbecue Classic Burgers. They were good, just not spectacular. The barbecue sauce has a little bit of a bite by itself, but gets lost on the burger. So ask for extra if you want to really taste the sauce. I would of like the bun to be a little more toasted, as it became soggy pretty fast. If I go again, I will request a more toasted bun.
After spending $5 on a small fry, we were expecting some awesome fries and were really disappointed. They weren’t awful, but they weren’t the worth the hefty price. I would compare them to Wendy’s fresh-cut fries.
On our order, it did seem like they package the fries and then they sit until our burgers are ready. They weren’t hot and fresh, but they weren’t stone-cold either. If you add the price of the burger, the fries, and a drink you are well over $20. Even that price for one meal is a bit hefty for a quick service at Disney.
D-Luxe Burger Kids Meals
Cheeseburger Kid’s Meal – topped with Lettuce and Tomato served with Dannon® Daniamls® Smoothie and Carrot Sticks and choice of small lowfat Milk or small Dasani Water $7.99
Ground Chicken Burger Kid’s Meal – topped with Lettuce and Tomato served with Dannon® Daniamls® Smoothie and Carrot Sticks and choice of small lowfat Milk or small Dasani Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions. $7.99
Disney Dining Plan Details:
D-Luxe Burger accepts the Disney Dining Plan, It is one quick-service entitlement. The burger is the entree, the dessert can either be fries, a float, or the macaroon dessert, and then you also get a non-alcoholic beverage. This place is a little more budget-friendly towards those on the dining plan, rather than those paying out of pocket.
Have you been to D-Luxe Burger yet? How did you like it? If you haven’t been, what are you excited to try?