If you want a casual, French-style café experience at Disney World, there are a few options to choose from.
Le Petit Cafe at Disney’s Riviera Resort and Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs are two notable French-style spots to try, and both have similar vibes with different offerings. If you want to enjoy a coffee and a pastry or even just a unique atmosphere, either spot is a great option, and here’s why you should consider trying Le Petit Coffee shop!
Breaking Down the Restaurants
Amorette’s Patisserie is a French-style bakery located in the Town Center area of Disney Springs. It’s Disney owned and operated, and features an onstage decorating kitchen so you can watch the chefs decorate the goodies, including treats like cookies, signature cakes, eclairs, New York-style cheesecake and more.
“Amorette” translates to “little love” in French, and this bakery is famous for its small, carefully crafted Petit cakes. Amorette’s also features coffees and alcoholic beverages, like wine slushies, and they’re open for lunch and dinner from Noon to 11pm daily.
Click here for our first look and review of Amorette’s Patisserie!
Le Petit Cafe
Le Petit Coffee shop is located in Disney’s Riviera Resort, and it’s styled after Parisian French cafes. Open from 7 am to 9 pmguests can enjoy coffee and pastries in the morning, and a wine bar with hors d’oerves in the evening.
Le Petit Café was named after a French café in the 1970 classic Disney animated film The Aristocatsand in addition to serving oven-fresh baked goodsit also serves specialty cocktails in the evening!
Click here for our review of Le Petit Café’s evening menu!
If you’re into French-style dining without having to go to Europe, either of these spaces will be fun for you. At Amorette’s, you’ll find a charming and quaint look with high ceilings and warm wooden beams, along with artistic references throughout the space.
There are lots of delicious goodies which you can watch being prepared.
You can also see chefs carefully designing treats like the famous Petit Cakes.
And the counter is filled with delicious fresh cakes and pastries.
It’s not Disney World without a fictional backstory, and Amorette’s story is that after opening in the 1900s, this family-owned patisserie has been passed down through generations, down to the current ownership of the artistic sisters Kara and Sara.
As a nod to Kara and Sara’s artistry, there are artistic references all over Amorette’s, like this display of paints and brushes.
In terms of seating, you’ll find tables and chairs and also taller tables where guests can stand and enjoy their treats.
Outside, you can grab a Table under a pergola for some shade.
So visit Amorette’s to get fresh baked goods, whether you prefer pastries or cakes!
Click here to see Amorette’s Instagram-worthy Unicorn Petit Cake!
Le Petit Cafe
Le Petit Café is located near the lobby of the Riviera Resort, which features designs inspired by the French and Italian Riviera.
Le Petit Cafe resembles a Parisian style coffee shopwith simple decor, a bright interior, and tiled floors.
The design is a combination of light and dark color contrastsand there’s cozy indoor seating.
Inside, you’ll find a cooler filled with fresh pasta, cheeses…
…and wine, of course.
The Riviera Resort as a whole is based on Walt Disney’s love for Europe, and you can also take your coffee or wine and treats to the nearby Voyageurs’ Loungewhere you’ll find a vintage Disney aesthetic with more seating.
Le Petit Café has two unique indoor seating areas with cozy chairs for relaxing while sipping your coffee OR wine.
Learn more about the Voyageurs’ Lounge here!
A Look at Both Menus
When it comes to pricing, Petit Cakes at Amorette’s Patisserie are not exactly cheap. Seasonal Petit Cakes will run you between $16 to $20with specialty Petit Cakes costing around $22. Bigger cakes can cost from $59 to $75.
Amorette’s releases special editions of the Petit Cake often, like the gorgeous 50th Petit Cake released for Disney World’s 50th anniversary.
You can check out the Petit Cakes available in their display case.
When it comes to Amorette’s signature pastries, including New York Cheesecake, Key Lime Tart, and moreprices range from $8 to $9. The signature pastry offerings also change from time to time, so if you don’t see something on this list on your next visit, keep checking back!
House-made crêpes come in sweet variations including Banana and Hazelnut or Strawberry and Crème for $7. In the past, we have seen savory crepes, like ham and cheese.
Cupid’s also has sandwiches! get a Turkey or Ham on Focaccia for $10.50or go for a vegetable croissant for the same price.
Assorted sweet treats range from $5 for a Mickey Brownie to $12 for a package of 5 macarons.
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Le Petit Cafe
Like Amorette’s, Le Petit Café also serves an assortment of sweets and pastries that typically range in price from $3.49 and up.
Aside from the assortment of pastries available, you can also enjoy an Artisanal Cheese Plate for $11.99, charcuterie for $13.99and olives for $8.99.
Coffee is one of the best parts of Le Petit Café, and you can get delicious specialty coffees to sip while relaxing in the café! Prices range from $2.79 for a Double espresso to $5.49 for a Cafe Mocha. You can also get Coldbrew for $4.29or get the Cinnamon Cold Brew with house-made honey-almond whipped cream for $4.79. Not a coffee drinker? Try the Lavender Iced Tea Lemonade for $5.49!
In the evenings, you can enjoy a specialty cocktail at Le Petit Café, and prices will run you from $14 to $16. Try the Mediterranean Margarita for $16made with Patrol Silver Tequila, Pavan Liqueur de France, Agave, and Lime.
Le Petit Café also serves special treats like the 50th anniversary cupcakea vanilla cupcake filled with cake-flavored mousse, topped with caramel-buttercream icing.
Whether you want to pay for specialty cakes, coffees, or cocktails, visiting either of these Disney World spots might be a great experience for you! Keep reading DFB for more Disney World restaurant advice and news!
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