Oh, you bet, it is! It’s a ‘cold-as-sushi’ fact! In our opinions, Splitsville’s sushi is much, much better than that served by the Contemporary’s Signature jewel.
Now, don’t get me wrong. We love California Grill. We really do! On a dollar-to-dollar basis, however, Disney’s “luxury” bowling alley wins any sushi showdown between the two restaurants … no contest!
Hey! The quality is equivalent, at the very least! What’s the difference, then? Hah! Check out the alley’s full menu, but focus on the sushi!
On this particular day, we shared three rolls. The Volcano Roll ($16) is one of my personal favorites. Why? I just love the ‘spicy volcano krab mix’ on top of the roll!
The Alberto ($13) is a healthy and unusual presentation. No rice! Lean protein. Plenty of veggies. Wrapped in thinly-sliced cucumber! Quite refreshing.
Finally, how could we not end with the “king” of sushi rolls? The Crouching Dragon ($16) is a meal in and of itself! Take a look! There’s that ‘krab mix’ again!
All in, $45 for those three rolls, folks. Look back at yesterday’s post, and you’ll see that we paid $50 for what were assuredly much smaller portions.
Again, in sum, great sushi at both locations, but, in our book, the “bowling alley” at Disney Springs has Contemporary’s flagship beat … no questions!