When you approach The Wave’s entrance, you feel as though you’re entering an underwater observatory. Steel ribs line the tunnel to the host’s station. Inside is a grand room that fits a plethora of diners. Warm lighting gives you that romantic feel, yet has a family atmosphere as well. 

As you peruse The Wave’s menu, the options aren’t overwhelming, which is a relief. Some establishments bombard you with so many choices, you can’t decide. It was easy to choose a few options. For appetizers, we went light fare with the Caesar Salad, the Crab Cakes and their Mussels.

You really can’t go wrong with any of them. When it came time for entrees, we had the “Special” which was the Blackened Salmon over Risotto. Yum! Perfectly portioned and just spicy enough. My friend ordered the Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Potato Gratin, that was perfectly seasoned.

We saved room for dessert: The Chocolate Mousse. A delectable dessert of German chocolate, and a light mousse topping. We also split the Trio Sorbet that was light and refreshing. 

Overall the experience at The Wave was a pleasant one. Good company, good food and a break from the hustle and bustle of cafeteria-style dining. A welcomed change. One of the many choices Disney has to offer its visitors. They do offer a kids menu too, but this was an adult night out.

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