|Menu & Plastic food display at Flo's V8 Cafe|
The menu, like many of the other counter services restaurants in the park, is very limited. Entrees here are around $12 and three orders can be shared between four somewhat-beginning-to-get-hungry people.
|View of Radiator Springs Racers from inside Flo's V8 Cafe|
|Roast Beef & Gravy ($11.49)|
Roast Beef with sides of Baked Beans and Pasta Salad.The roast beef was tender but had a strings of fat or tendon, but that's expected from a normal-quality cut of beef. The baked beans were very ketchup-y and heavy in flavour. Pairing it with the soft dinner roll made it easier to eat. The pasta salad was creamy enough but lacked flavour.
|Citrus Turkey Breast & Gravy ($11.49)|
|Veggie Tater Bake ($10.49)|
Veggie Tater Bake with Coleslaw side. It even looks lacking and disappointing. The description for this entree sounded much more interesting than it actually was (good marketing? hahahaha). Even though the taste was okay, I would almost hail this as a fail. The portion size and lack of distinction between the ingredients made this entree not worth $11 at all. Bad choice on my part, sorry mom! Instead of this we should've ordered the Citrus Turkey Salad. Would've been healthier and filled us up more.
|Flo's Signature Apple Cheddar Pie-O-Rama ($5.19)|
The Apple Cheddar Pie may have been the same size as the tater bake, but it was much more exciting and delicious. Served warm, this pie had a crust that was flaky and crispy and the filling was this perfect balance between sweet apples and savoury cheddar cheese. A quarter of this pie was sufficient to satisfy my sweet tooth at the end of the meal. Save room for this dessert, this is really good! They have a seasonal flavour and a chocolate one too.
|Diner-style interior decor|
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