What’s on the Full Menu at the NEW Terralina Crafted Italian in Disney Springs?

It seems an opening date for Terralina Crafted Italian in Disney Springs is soon to be announced, as evidenced by the new presence of the full menu for the spot on the Disney Springs website!

Terralina Crafted Italian Construction in March 2018

Terralina Crafted Italian Construction in March 2018

The space directly next to Paddlefish in The Landing of Disney Springs formerly operated as Portobello Country Italian Trattoria. When it reopens as Terralina Crafted Italian, it will still feature the cuisine of James Beard Award Winner Chef Tony Mantuano, while Chef Justin Plank will run the kitchen.

Chef Tony Mantuano ©Terralina Crafted Italian

Chef Tony Mantuano ©Terralina Crafted Italian

We took a sneak peek at the menu while it was in development a few months ago (the reopening — originally slated for Fall 2017 — has been a long time coming). But now, we have a full menu to peruse! And if you ever dined at Portobello, you’ll spy some familiar dishes as well as new additions. 

Let’s check out the Antipasti options first, of course, where the Antipasti Tower (serving four guests) is the headliner.

Screenshot of Antipasti Menu

Screenshot of Antipasti Menu

©Terralina Crafted Italian

Antipasti Tower ©Terralina Crafted Italian

It’s accompanied by items like the Crab Crostini and Fried Olives stuffed with Herb Ricotta. (I’ll be curious to get a look at the Spaghetti Fritters, too.)

©Terralina Crafted Italian

Fried Olives ©Terralina Crafted Italian

A selection of salads “From the Garden” will be available, along with a Seasonal Soup.

Screenshot of Soup and Salad Menu

Screenshot of Soup and Salad Menu

The Wood-Fired Pizzas will make a return, as expected.

Screenshot of Wood-Fired Pizza Menu

Screenshot of Wood-Fired Pizza Menu

They’ll be prepared in the spot’s open kitchen.

Tuscan Salumi Pizza from Portbello

Pizza from Portobello

A few family-style options “For the Table” are priced per participating guest, and include Slow-Roasted Honey Balsamic-Glazed Beef Short Rib.

Screenshot of Family-Style Menu

Screenshot of Family-Style Menu

Of course, an Italian restaurant wouldn’t be complete without plenty of Pasta, from traditional dishes like House-made Lasagna to Linguini with Clams.

Screenshot of Pasta Menu

Screenshot of Pasta Menu

The “From the Grill” section includes a Crispy Parmesan Burger and a Salmon and Jumbo Lump Crab dish.

Screenshot of From the Grill Menu

Screenshot of From the Grill Menu

Sides and Enhancements will be available to round out the meal.

Screenshot of Sides and Enhancements Menu

Screenshot of Sides and Enhancements Menu

Here is a look at the Kids’ Menu, which includes a Cheeseburger Pizza.

Kids' Menu

Kids’ Menu

Kids' Menu ©Terralina Crafted Italian

Kids’ Menu ©Terralina Crafted Italian

UPDATE: Though the screenshot below does not display the popular Biramisu on the Dessert menu, it is currently coming up as an option on the menu via the Disney World website

Screenshot of Dessert Menu

Screenshot of Dessert Menu

Once it opens, Terralina will serve Lunch and Dinner. While the menu above is the Dinner Menu, the primary difference at Lunch will be a selection of Sandwiches on the menu.

Screenshot of Sandwiches from the Lunch Menu

Screenshot of Sandwiches from the Lunch Menu

So, there you go! What will you be ordering up at Terralina Crafted Italian?

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Are you planning to dine at Terralina Crafted Italian? Please let us know with a comment!

Comments

  1. Rebecca B says

    I am actually really excited about this menu. I did not like Portobello and I wasn’t sure how necessary another Italian restaurant was after the opening of Maria and Enzo’s. It kind of felt the same as when the Boathouse opened with all this great new seafood, and then they half-heartedly re-imagined Fulton’s as Paddlefish and it just felt like “why is this even here when we just got a great new seafood place?” But the new menu for Terralina actually looks good, and like a distinct experience from Maria and Enzo’s. I think that antipasto tower looks great, and like a pretty decent value if it stays at $36 for that much food. I think I will give this place a try when it opens.

  2. Kaz says

    Nice to see a few vegetarian items.. while doing italian dishes vegetarian seems fairly easy, I am often surprised how often “nicer” italian places offer one un-inspired choice. These veggie choices seem… decent.

    Think I will wait for a few reviews before deciding yes or no…

  3. Nicole says

    This is why I love this website!! I have been dying for this restaurant to open as we have a weekend trip booked for May 11th and was looking for a place for a mother’s day lunch. Right now we have the Sunday brunch booked for Mothers Day at Maria and Enzos but would gladly change it to Terralina as the food sounds great here too.

    Any plans on a Sunday brunch review at Maria and Enzos? Asking for a friend? ;)

  4. says

    Hi Nicole! I have a friend who went to the Easter Brunch at Maria and Enzo’s and was impressed! I haven’t been personally, but I trust his opinion!

  5. Sandra G says

    What an attractive menu! If it gets reasonable reviews I would be willing to try it, even with my selective eaters. But I have to say I’m starting to feel like we should call Disney “Little Italy South.” How about some other cuisines? I’d love to see a pho quick service, maybe a real kabob place or a diner that serves breakfast all day and pie? As much as I love Italian (I’m from NJ) I’d still like to see more variety.

  6. Ann says

    How many Italian restaurants does WDW need? Can they put in something different like maybe a Jamaican restaurant, or a Polish one, or Filipino restaurant?

  7. Hannah says

    I’m with you, Ann. How many Italian restaurants does WDW really need? It does sound good but there are many decent Italian places there already.

  8. Madoka says

    I am really excited for the porchetta! :D Aside from that though, the menu looks pretty standard so it will be up to the execution. I wish they had some more “adventurous” Italian options such as squid ink pasta, salt cod, etc.

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