There is no doubt about it. Going to Walt Disney World is expensive! Certain prices are just plain outrageous, but would you be willing to pay over $100 for an appetizer?
We saw increased prices pretty much across the board at Disney just recently. It seemed like prices were increasing all over, from things like food and drink, park tickets and even some enchanting extras. It was all just way too much!
We saw prices increase for the following:
- Star Wars souvenir
- Custom light sabers
- Variable pricing on Genie+ at Disney World
- Theme Park tickets
- Food and drinks
- Refillable mugs
Of the few changes, we also saw prices increase dramatically at select character dining locations. Price increases at Disney are nothing new, but so many in one day can leave you having second thoughts about certain extras in your vacation plans.
New Dining Choices
Disney has also released new dining choices for guests at a few of their resorts. We saw new dishes make their debut just this month over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort, Disney’s Riviera Resort and Disney’s Boardwalk Inn.
New dining options are always a welcome thing for guests visiting Walt Disney World, but dining is also yet another expense guests are going to have to deal with.
Over at the Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, one of the new dishes was caviar. The new dish includes Siberian caviar, an egg yolk spread, crème fraiche, caper berries and brioche. However, what was left out of the announcement for this new dish was the extreme price! Would you pay this much for it?
Looking at the Enchanted Rose menu, you will be shocked to see that this dish comes with a hefty price. Not as hefty as the Star Wars drink on the Disney Wish, but it’s still pretty up there in my (Maggie) opinion. The new caviar dish will set you back at $115.00.
Would you pay $115.00 for this caviar dish at the Enchanted Rose?
Personally, I am not much of a seafood fan, so caviar is definitely not something I am willing to try. However, this is Siberian caviar, so maybe that is what sets it apart?
What do you think of all the recent price increases we have seen at Walt Disney World? Would you try this new dish at the Enchanted Rose? Would you be willing to pay over one hundred dollars for it? Tell us about it in the comments below or on our Facebook page.