Dining Recon: Pepper Market … Big Refurb News!

Oh, no! Say it ain’t so! Pepper Market has eliminated Creme Brûlée French Toast from their breakfast menu! A moment of silence, please.

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The good news is that they still make omelets fresh-to-order. Hidden Mickey, anyone?

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This is their Southwestern omelet with sides of bacon and sausage. The omelet with accompanying salsa was very good. The sides were just standard Disney fare and only so-so.

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The better news is that they’ve returned to making them out front. They had been taking the orders at their little kiosk but cooking the omelets in the back kitchen.

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Here’s the HUGE news … Pepper Market is in-line for a pretty major refurb!

We first heard that this was coming during our trip to WDW this past March. We were told that the entire place would be remodeled to function much more like the food court at Disney’s Pop Century Resort.

According to a Cast Member, behind the scenes, the electrical work has already started. And, currently, all of the work is out of sight and being done at night.

Reportedly, the restaurant will remain open during this period of change. That’s great news! We can’t wait to see the final results of this big alteration!

But, hey! Can I add one little item to your refurb list, Pepper? BRING BACK the Creme Brûlée French Toast! PLEASE???

Please Pardon this French Toast Moment!

I wasn’t going to do it, but I just can’t resist.

Pardon the interruption of our “Food” & Garden entree reports – the finale will still show up later today.

However, I just had to pay another visit to the Pepper Market for one of the best breakfasts (desserts?) in the universe!

I swear their Creme Brûlée French Toast gets bigger every time we come here!

A lot of people love Kona Café’s Tonga Toast. Frankly, I think the Pepper Market has it beat.

Creamy, luscious, delicious. You should give it a try, just once. I promise you … you’ll love it!

Here’s a tip.

Save some of your bacon or sausage until last. You’ll need some saltiness after all that sweet!

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