Amorette’s Patisserie

I was here for something sweet for later, but took photos of many of Amorette’s offerings on display…both sweet and savory.

So let’s begin with the savory, starting with the sandwiches…

On the right is their Ham on Focaccia

Black Forest Ham on Focaccia bread with Black Diamond Cheddar, Three Mustard and Honey Sauce, and Fresh Watercress and Cabernet Vinaigrette

 

And on the left was their Turkey on Focaccia

 

Then rounding out their trio of sandwich selections was a Roasted Vegetable Croissant

Garlic Herb Cream Cheese Spread, Zucchini, Portabello Mushrooms, Roasted Onions and Tomatoes, Arugula, Baby Spinach and Red Quinoa on a Multigrain Croissant

All of these sandwiches were priced at $10.50.

They also had Crepes…

Caprese Crepe with Basil Pesto, Seasoned Gourmet Tomatoes, Fresh Mozzarella, Baby Greens, and Balsamic Glaze – $9.00

 

Ham & Cheese Crepe – Ham, Swiss Cheese, and Dijon Cream – $9.00

Now on to the desserts…

Let’s start with these two…

49th and Broadway – N.Y. Cheesecake topped with Lemon Curd, Blueberries, and Chantilly Cream $8.00

 

Mickey Mousse – Chocolate Chiffon Cake with White Chocolate Mousse, and Chocolate Pudding – $8.00

Then moving down the line…

Sunset on Mile Marker 0 – Key Lime Tart on a Graham Cracker Crust topped with Chantilly and Baked Meringue – $8.00

Next were these two desserts…

Avant-Garde – Chocolate Chiffon Cake and Chocolate Crumble – $8.00

 

Dancing with Pavlova – Light Meringue Crisp with Raspberry Pate De Fruit Jelly and Chantilly – $8.00

Moving on…

 

 

Sunday Coffee – Bailey’s Mousse, Espresso Mousse and Caramel Sauce – $8.00

 

Exotic Fruit Parfait – Exotic Panna Cotta (on the bottom), Coconut Panna Cotta (middle layer), and Passion Fruit Jelly & Shredded Coconut (top layer), topped with Passion Fruit Meringue and a Raspberry – $6.00

 

Blueberry Lemonade – Blueberry Mousse, Lemon Mousse, Coconut Dacquoise, White Glacage, Fresh Blueberrie, and Coconut – $6.00

And then this seasonal offering…

Pumpkin Crème Brulee – Pumpkin Custard with Bruleed Sugar Chantilly Cream and Chocolate Garnish – $6.00

There was also an assortment of Eclairs available for purchase individually for $6.00…

Pistachio, Lemon Meringue, Raspberry, Caramel Sea Salt or Chocolate Eclairs – $6.00

Or in a box of 5 for $25.00…

There were also Macarons

From right to left: Pistachio, Espresso, Caramel Sea Salt, Chocolate or Passion Fruit Macarons

And pre-packaged Mickey Brownies

Though these were pre-packaged, they were still freshly made right there at Amorette’s.

 

Now for their cakes, starting with their $59 Mickey Character Cake

These can be either Chocolate Chiffon Cake with Milk Chocolate Mousse and Orange Pate De Fruit Jelly -OR- Lemon Chiffon Cake, White Chocolate Mousse and Strawberry Pate De Fruit Jelly.

Next their Petit Cakes…

And the Petit “Coffee Time” Cake

Chocolate Biscuit Cake, Dark Chocolate Mousse, and Coffee Buttercream Frosting

And then the one that got my attention…

Petit Amorette’s Cake – Eleven Layers of Red Velvet Cake, Cherry Mousse, Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Mousse, Raspberry Pate de Fruit Jelly, and Italian Buttercream Frosting – $16

So what did I choose?…

Let’s open up the box and find out…

If you guessed the Amorette’s Petit Cake

,,,you are correct!!

And here is a closer look at this beauty, topped with a rose petal made of white chocolate…

I thought for sure I had taken some photos of the inside of this cake but searched through my camera and phone pictures and found nothing.  So that’s a big fail on my part, as this cake had a lot going on inside.

I did find this photo on the internet though…

There are supposed to be 11 layers of cake, mousse and raspberry jelly filling.  I’m only counting 8 plus the fondant/icing, however whether there was 8 or 11 it was just too many for me.  I chose this in a moment of weakness, probably because it was so pretty and because I was able to get a 20% Annual Passholder discount making this a $12 splurge rather than $16.  This made it a little easier to leave this cake behind, after having just one small piece.  So lesson learned.  Whenever I do return to Amorette’s I will definitely choose something simpler and smaller.

So that just leaves the ratings and rankings.  I’ll abstain from rating Amorette’s until I’ve tried at least one or two more of their desserts.  As for those on Yelp, they rated Amorette’s 4 1/2 stars and so did the Trip Advisor reviewers.  Trip Advisor also ranks Amorette’s Patisserie #2 of the 80 Orlando area bakeries reviewed there and #30 of the more than 3,000 places to eat.  Quite impressive!  I really need to plan a return visit to Amorette’s during my next trip to Disney World.

 

 

– to be continued –

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