Prior to our trip, I was in contact with chefs from the Contemporary about the Top of the World Lounge. I knew they had appetizers that could be made gluten free/dairy free, so this was exciting. Upon arrival, I ordered a lovely cocktail–a pina colada with raspberry puree in it (yum!)
Then we decided on crab nachos (minus the cheese and sour cream) and Chicken and vegetable summer rolls (with the dipping sauce on the side). When the brought the food, they had essentially deconstructed the nachos by placing the crab on a separate plate and the black bean salsa on another plate.
The summer rolls were plated as normal. Both were very good. We ended up all agreeing that the summer rolls were more substantial and very tasty–while the crab nachos were quite small and they only gave us 9–that’s right “9” tortilla chips for 3 of us and a ridiculous amount of salsa. Um, who uses only 9 tortilla chips?! Kind of stingy if you ask me. We were just basically eating the salsa straight. I’d actually heard other people complain about this prior to our trip, so I was prepared–but for $12.99, the sting of still only getting 9 tortilla chips was pretty harsh. Overall, I can say we enjoyed our snacks–though we’d probably only order the summer rolls next time.
Delicious summer rolls–the slaw on the side was amazing! Also, the dipping sauce shown here is NOT gluten free–my family members ate it, while I had the rolls plain (still excellent)
I’d give this a 6 out of 10 for very strange portion sizes and pricing.