- Price Level
- Wheelchair Access
- Noise Level
- Outdoor Dining
- Late Night
The lastest from E-Brands group (Timpano, Samba Room) and the newest in Downtown Disney, Paradiso 37 neither thrills nor disappoints. If you’re an aficionado of tequilas, the towering bar with 50 brands might impress you.
For my appetizer I chose the Central American crazy corn because I was in a wild and Central American kind of mood. This featured fire-roasted corn-on-the-cob coated with melted cheese and drizzled with a slightly peppery hot sauce. I sort of liked it, though my companion found it more than a little crazy. What I didn’t like was the four small, half-ears for that price. At $7.50 I’m guessing there’s a profit of around seven bucks on that one.
For my entree I chose the tres tacos. There were, as the name implies, three of them, but together they barely amounted to one regular sized taco. The mini corn tortillas were firm, but the meats — your choice from among chicken, pork, grilled steak, mahi mahi or, for a vegetarian option, roasted mushrooms — were underseasoned and under proportioned. The tacos were further dwarfed by a large mound of green cilantro rice and a puddle of black beans. Both side dishes were fine, though again nothing stellar.
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1590 Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista
Website: Paradiso 37