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  • [Question] Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

    I forgot to ask my server when I was there last month but I figure someone here will probably know: Where do the marvelous crusty rolls at Blue Bayou come from? Are they from La Brea Bakery? I could have made a meal out of those alone. They were HEAVENLY. (I normally don't eat white bread so they were a real treat for me). I figure they can't possibly bake them in the Blue Bayou kitchen. And most importantly, are they available for purchase separately? I'd eat a whole bag!!!
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    Re: Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

    I believe Disneyland has a Bakery on-site.
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      Last time I ate there I had like 3 rolls. They are pretty good.
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        i can't answer your question, because i've never been there... but i know what u mean about the 'treat' of white bread, lol. we're going to the BB on our last day of our disney trip (in 2 weeks) i am SOOOO excited... i almost don't care what i order for dinner, if i can have the rolls!

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          Re: Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

          https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Disne...nia+92802&z=20

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            Those rolls are out of control. I can never get out of the Blue Bayou without eating at least three. Oh, and rolls + gumbo are probably the most killer combination ever. Sounds so good right now! It's probably a good thing that they aren't readily available... Glad to know I'm not the only one who obsesses over them.

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              Re: Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

              Originally posted by Avaren View Post
              i can't answer your question, because i've never been there... but i know what u mean about the 'treat' of white bread, lol. we're going to the BB on our last day of our disney trip (in 2 weeks) i am SOOOO excited... i almost don't care what i order for dinner, if i can have the rolls!
              There were two of us for lunch... and 4 rolls. My friend was kind and generous enough to let me eat three of them and let me tell you, had I KNOWN, I would have asked for an extra basket! They were heavenly and such a treat.

              Still haven't found out if they are available for purchase anywhere else or whether any other NOS eateries have the SAME ONES.
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                Re: Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

                When I went in March there were two of us and we went through two baskets of rolls. You just have to ask your server and they'll bring you more.
                Merrily on our way to nowhere at all.











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                  Re: Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

                  along with the cute and yummy balls of butter urgh its so fattening yet so heavenly

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                    Re: Bread/Rolls at Blue Bayou

                    Not that restaurants want you to know this but here is a little fact. Because making bread is intensive work, most restaurants use thaw and serve or parbaked bread. It comes prebaked and you just warm it up or finish baking it. They don't actually use flour and rolling pins.

                    Not saying that this is how the Blue Bayou bread is, but it may be.
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