My Disneyland dining reviews, with pictures

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  1. JeffGoldblum

    JeffGoldblum Mouseketeer

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    Hello everyone. I've never been to Disneyland (plan to go), and have been to WDW many times. I enjoy all of the food pictures in the WDW section of The Dis. It's great seeing food pictures and thinking "Hey that looks good, I will eat there!"
    I was wondering if anyone has pictures of their food from Disneyland to share? If so...post 'em here! :thumbsup2
     
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  3. CamColt

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    Heres the best I can do...

    half eaten beingets at Jazz Kitchen Express
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    octodog and mac & cheese at Ariel's Grotto
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    burger & fries at Ariel's Grotto
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    drinks at the lounge above Ariel's Grotto(the red one was deadly ;))
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  4. funhouse8

    funhouse8 <font color=teal>How can you invest so much money

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    Hi, I took a few pictures from my trip to DL in July. Here is the ones from StoryTellers in the GC hotel

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    Mu favorite was this Chilli Dish at the Coke Corner on MainStreet in DL. Ate it during the parade. Yummy

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  5. funhouse8

    funhouse8 <font color=teal>How can you invest so much money

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    Not sure if it was the same Chili I din't eat at PP. Maybe someone else knows. I didn't think it tasted strange maybe someone else or a CM can tell you if you call up the dining number.
     
  6. Friend_of_Piglet

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    Okay I'll play...

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    Breakfast bowl from Pacific Wharf Cafe DCA
     
  7. eatntae

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    Here's a Coney Dog (or whatever its called) from Whitewater Snacks
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  8. eatmypixiedust

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    Here's some pics I took this past Monday at DL & DCA:

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    -This is the Mickey shaped bread proudly displayed at the entrance of the Boudine Sourdough Factory

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    -Cluster of grapes spotted next to the Winery in DCA

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    -My very first Dole Whip Float! It was gooood and I love the little umbrella! :)

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    -Another shot of the Dole Whip Float- (Ingredients: Pineapple Frozen Yogurt, Pineapple Juice & a cherry on top!) Purchased outside the Tikki Room :thumbsup2

     
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    The all-powerful Montew Cristo!
     
  10. Judy from Boise

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    Okay, I did a little editing ....it's not pretty but now there is lots of room for food pictures!
     
  11. JeffGoldblum

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    Thank you for the sticky!

    AnnB sent me these pics and info to post!! Thank you AnnB!!!

    First up: Dinner at THE VINEYARD ROOM

    Amuse Bouche: Crostini with sun-dried tomato and mozzarella:

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    Appetizer: Wine Country Platter
    Plate with Peruvian Purple Potatoes with smoked salmon; fig and
    prosciutto panini; artichoke caponata; pickled red and gold beet salad
    with goat cheese:

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    Tuna Carpaccio:

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    Braised Beef Ravioli (sorry, smelled so good I took a bite out of this
    one before I remembered picture) :

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    Cheese Course:

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    Snack - Dole Whip Float:


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    Lunch at BLUE BAYOU:

    Cajun-inspired wedge salad (this is served with chopped andouille
    sausage and blue cheese) :


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    Buccaneer's Beef Short Ribs :


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    FANTASMIC BALCONY DESSERT BUFFET:


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    Snack - Churros (wow, they really are good!) :


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    NAPA ROSE:

    I ordered the Vintner's Table tasting menu:

    Amuse Bouche: Crostini with sauteed mushrooms :


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    Crispy fired goat cheese stuffed squash blossom with dueling farm house
    heirloom tomato gaszpacho andjicma cucumber relish :


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    Cider Roti Roasted Suckling Pig with Fava Bean Angolottie Pasta :


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    Marinated Black Angus New York Steak with Roasted Red Peppers,
    Potatoes, Leeks, and Lemon Basil, and Golden Chanterelle-Barolo Sauce :

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    The Outrageous "Dancin Demon" Plum Truly the Best Plum of the Year with
    Lemon Curd-Almond Cake Tart and Honey Lemon Creme :


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  12. Emmo

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    This makes me think I might try Napa Rose, That steak looks good as does the food from Blue Bayou!

    Even though it seems expensive to me the Fantasmic desserts look so good I may also consider this!!

    Keep 'em coming!!
     
  13. AnnB

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    The steak in that picture was some of the best steak I've had. Really, the Napa Rose was one of the best meals I've had in a while. I highly recommend.
     
  14. FirstTimeCruiser

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    I think this is a newer dessert at the French Market. Chocolate crust, with thinly sliced apples, with a thick, gooey caramel topping! The pirate medallian was also edible but didn't have any taste. The rest of the dessert was so good!!
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  15. tigger0215

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    ooo that looks yummy!
    cant wait to go in a week..i might have to eat one of those:) :woohoo:
     
  16. pxlbarrel

    pxlbarrel <font color=teal>They won't allow any kind of cow

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    Our first Disney food...but not in Disneyland ... in Hollywood. Eaten at 10 am in the morning. Oy...I love ice cream but not that early!!

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  17. tigger0215

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    *points up^^* OOOO That looks yummy! where did you get that?
     
  18. pxlbarrel

    pxlbarrel <font color=teal>They won't allow any kind of cow

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    It's from the Disney Soda Fountain and Studio Store in Hollywood (Hollywood and Highland)...across from Graumann's Chinese Theatre and right next to the El Kapitan movie theatre.
     
  19. pxlbarrel

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    Blue Bayou Lunch

    Gumbo

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    Molasses-Brined Bayou Pork Chop
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    Port Royal Mahi Mahi
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    The Key West, Key Lime
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    The Tortuga Trio of Creme Brulee
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  20. pxlbarrel

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    A waffle from the Lilo and Stitch breakfast at Paradise Piers...

    I call this one ... Mickey Van Gogh

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  21. pxlbarrel

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    Test Pilot's Grill

    Under all those condiments is my brother's chicken sandwich. LOL
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    I forget what this burger is called but it came with chili and cheese. It was good but VERY messy.
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