B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Company
, a food kiosk located in Disney World’s Disney Springs, is known for a menu of — what else! — sausages! And recently the menu was overhauled to include a few brand new sausage options.
We tried versions of a couple of the new options way back when B.B. Wolf’s first opened (click here to see: they were just Three Little Pigs at that time!). We just had to get back here to see how the newest menu items stack up!
Of course, we had to get a little of this and a lot of that — and top it all off with a “side” of edible cookie dough. More on that after we dig into some meat!
The new menu items are all variations of a sausage sandwich and include flavors from all over the world! The Hawaiian Island Dog, Texas Chili-Cheese Dog, and New York Pastrami Reuben are specialty dogs, and they’re available in both full size and as a trio of Three Little Pigs.
In case you were wondering, the Three Little Pigs aren’t so little. It would be a challenge to finish these as a solo diner, but if you’re at B.B. Wolf’s with a partner (or two!) who are also interested in trying them, this sampler is the perfect dish for you.
That trio is such a fun way to try a variety of flavors (that’s what we did!). But if you already know what you love, link up to the full size!
The Hawaiian Island Dog is the most unique of the three specialty options. It’s comprised of an All-Beef Hot Dog that’s topped with Grilled Pineapple Salsa, Spam, and Teriyaki Sauce on a House-Made Roll. The Grilled Pineapple Salsa is a great foil to the salty Hot Dog, and if you love a Hawaiian-style burger or even Hawaiian pizza, you’ll enjoy the Hawaiian Island Dog. The Spam was diced and hidden under the salsa. It’s a fun additional hit of salt with the added bonus of imparting a little more texture, too. The Hawaiian Island Dog was our favorite of the day!
The Texas-Chili Cheese Dog is another great choice and one that will sound a lot more familiar to people. This is an All-Beef Hot Dog topped with Chili, Cheddar, and Corn Chips on a House-Made Roll. The chili and cheese are good, of course, but we really love the use of corn chips. These add some awesome crunch and another layer of flavor.
The New York Pastrami Reuben Dog also features that ubiquitous All-Beef Foot-Long Hot Dog. This time it’s topped with Shaved Pastrami, Swiss Cheese, Sauerkraut, and Russian Dressing on a House-Made Roll. Again, it hits all the right flavor notes… plus hot dog! The pastrami is meaty and salty (although we wish there was more of it…), the Swiss lends some creaminess, and the sauerkraut is a major flavor bomb. The Russian dressing adds some moisture and flavor, making this dog a little messy but a lot delicious.
The Lamb Sausage is a completely new addition to the menu, and it’s a distinctive menu item — no hot dog bun in sight!
This one is served on a pita, and it really works with the Mediterranean inspiration of the dish. Tomato Chutney, Yogurt Sauce, and Arugula add some sour, creamy, and spicy notes.
The star here is the sausage itself, which is flavorful and slightly herbaceous. Lamb isn’t our favorite, so we didn’t love this as much as the dogs used on the Three Little Pigs.
Overall, we liked this one, and it fills the need for a sausage option that isn’t in a massive, thick roll. But it was the least impressive option we tried. (However we think guests who love lamb will probably enjoy this more than we did…)
We also wanted to try the new Vegetarian Bratwurst. Truth be told, the sausage in this dish is indistinguishable from meat — it’s so flavorful and moist! It’s topped with sauerkraut, German mustard, and lots of scallion bits.
If you’re a fan of vegetarian sausage — and even if you’re not but you’re looking to supplement your diet with plant-based options — this is a great option! Note: the Vegetarian Bratwurst is served in a pretzel roll. It’s a lighter color than other pretzel rolls we’ve had, but it was still tasty.
You might’ve noticed, curiously, that there are only two sides on the B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. menu: Potato Chips and Maple Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. We’re okay with eating cookie dough as a side if you’re okay with it. 😉
Click here to read our first review of the Maple
Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough!
Our first foray into this sweet treat was that the bacon was too salty. It overwhelmed the other ingredients and rendered the maple to obscurity. Sadly the maple still didn’t shine on this go ’round, but at least the bacon was properly candied and sweeter, which made it more enjoyable this time.
With tons of dining options in Disney Springs, it can be hard to know where to go. But if you’re a sausage fan and in the mood for a quick and filling meal, B.B. Wolf’s is actually a really good choice! You can try a traditional bratwurst or Italian Sausage, of course, or spread your sausage-y wings and go for a specialty dog. You really can’t go wrong!