SUNDAY SUPPER - Enzo's Hideaway - Restaurant Food Review - Disney Springs - Walt Disney World
Sunday Supper at Enzos Hideaway is the best meal at Disney Springs
Head to Disney Springs for Sunday Supper and Enzo's Hideaway. Courtesy of Disney
- No vacation is complete without a visit to , home to some of the best dining spots in Orlando.
- Enzo's Hideaway is now offering Sunday Supper, an elaborate dining event complete with all of the appetizers you could ever want, family-style entrees, and decadent desserts.
- Sunday Supper costs per guest.
Sunday Supper is the brand new dining event at Enzo's Hideaway. Families are invited to enjoy a meal, relax, and take in some well-deserved time to reconnect with each other.
When you walk into Enzo's Hideaway, you're greeted and taken to your table. There are a few table setups in the restaurant, booths, single-family tables, and one long community table. There is also a full-service bar and an open kitchen bar where guests can see chefs making some of the delicious food they are about to enjoy.
One of the best things about Enzo's Hideaway is the attention to detail in the theming and story. Enzo is the husband of Maria, who both run the airport terminal that used to operate out of Disney Springs. One day Maria and Enzo discovered the hidden tunnel below the airport terminal that connected to the abandoned power plant next door (The Edison). Enzo turned the tunnel, which was once a rum-running tunnel from the prohibition era, into a new dining establishment for Disney Springs guests and locals to enjoy socializing and eating incredible Roman cuisine.
Now, Enzo is inviting guests to enjoy a family-style meal, filled with favorites of his family and soon to be yours. Your meal will start out with a massive antipasto board and salad. On the board, you'll find a mix of different meats and cheeses from Italy, along with pickled vegetables. Just when you think you've tried everything there is to try from the antipasto, you find something new hidden at the bottom of the pile. The salad served alongside this is fresh market greens, with tomatoes, and thinly sliced apples, dressed in olive oil and balsamic oil.
Start your meal off with a massive antipasto board and salad. Courtesy of Disney
These two dishes are a fabulous way to start out your meal. Be sure to try the black peppercorn cheese and the hard salami at the bottom of the antipasto platter!
The next course is pasta and entrees, and here's where everyone in your group is going to fight to get the last serving of what they love most! Still served family-style, the pasta and entrees are brought out in three bowls, all placed on a wooden board on your table. The pasta is perfectly cooked, al dente, rigatoni with Sunday sauce, Parmigiano cheese, and fresh basil. Sunday sauce is a meatless red sauce with a fresh tomato flavor that doesn't overpower the other entrees that are being served but is a perfect compliment to them.
For entrees, you will be asked if you would like fresh grilled salmon, which is the only meat not served family-style. Your server will come by to ask and place it on your plate for you. The salmon was not fishy at all and had a light, wood-grilled flavor to it. The other entrees are all served family-style, and come with oven roasted fingerling potatoes, and seasonal vegetables. In one bowl, you will find a half roasted chicken and all of the vegetables. Then in the second bowl, you'll find handcrafted meatballs, braised wagyu short ribs, and sweet and spicy sausage in a red sauce. Each of the entrees was perfectly cooked and full of flavor. The chicken was juicy and you barely needed a knife to cut through it. The meatballs were soft and light, without many binders to hold them together. The short ribs fell apart the moment you put them on your plate and melted in your mouth. The sausage was just the right mix of sweet and spicy without being overbearing.
Entrees are served family-style. Courtesy of Disney
The final course is dessert, which is described on the menu as assorted sweets and ice cream. The assorted sweets are a mini cannoli and a small square of tiramisu. The ice cream flavors were chocolate and lemon. Dessert was the perfect cap to an authentic Italian meal. The cannoli is not just one of the best at Walt Disney World, but one of the best, period.
The food at Sunday Supper was fantastic, the attention to detail was impeccable, and the service was outstanding. But that's not even the best part! Guests who are going to Sunday Supper are invited to bring their own bottle of wine along with them from home to dinner with no corkage fee. The waitstaff at Enzo's Hideaway is very knowledgeable about wine, so if your wine needs to be chilled like a white wine, or breathe like a red, they will be sure to bring over the correct amenities for your table's selection. Normally, guests cannot bring alcohol into Disney Springs, so if you're stopped by security carrying a bottle, kindly tell them you're taking it to Sunday Supper, and they should know about the no corkage fee policy for the restaurant.
Guests can bring their own wine, no extra fee added. Courtesy of Disney
Sunday Supper at Enzo's Hideaway is a fantastic meal and well worth the trip to Disney Springs. The meal is per guest, and reservations are highly suggested. The meal is only served once a week, on Sunday, starting at 4:00 pm. Be sure to bring your appetite because you're going to need it at Sunday Supper.
Video: Enjoy Sunday Supper at Enzo's Hideaway
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