My Disneyland dining reviews, with pictures

Stacerita

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 13, 2004
But for now......breakfast is served! Dig in! (hint: the pumpkin muffin is REALLY good, moist with just the right amount of cream cheese frosting)

Have to disagree with you. There needs to be more cream cheese frosting with those pumpkin muffins.
 

travelmel

Blue Banana Vacation Club
Joined
Aug 31, 2007
aww thanks to those who said my son is cute.he is the reason we go to Disneyland so much now. The twins are about to be 13 and Dland is "not cool" anymore.
To the guy who asked about a sushi bar. I think so.. they have a alot of sushi options and you can choose to sit at a table or on the floor in true japanese style. You have to try this place! well worth it.:yay: :yay:
Chicken yakitori appetizer was 7.
Dragon roll was 10
chicken teriyaki was 14
kids bento box meal was 7.99
and i dont know how much the mojito was.
i will say the price jumps dramatically for dinner.. about 30 for the entree
That's a decent price for the kids box and it looked really good sized and fun to the eyes upon arrival. :thumbsup2

Adorable kids! What wonderful smiles!

Thanks for posting "off the beaten path" food porn!
 

mommaU4

DIS Veteran
Joined
Oct 8, 2005
Have to disagree with you. There needs to be more cream cheese frosting with those pumpkin muffins.
The one we got had quite a bit in there. Maybe the baker who made it had a heavy hand and squeezed a little extra in there. ;)

They were good though.
 

Sherry E

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Joined
Jan 5, 2008
Disney goodies! Yummm!

How festive! Ooooooo....those are the special Mickey Halloween caramel apples in that display that Nancy (YellowMickeyPonchos) was describing in another thread! How wonderful! Where was this display? I never saw those apples when we were there, so was it over in the Pooh place? That is the shop we missed, darn it! Love those candy corn cookies, too! They definitely added some extra Halloween treats this year that they didn't have last year. Last year, it was pretty much just a few things but nothing as festive as all of this!
 

ColoradoMom!!

Disneyland 1971 with Mickey and Me
Joined
Jul 17, 2006
More Blue Ribbon Bakery for Breakfast
Wed. Oct. 22, 2008



And the winner is - - - - - The Cinnamon Roll!! Kids didn't think the cookie was all that. The chocolate croissant was actually a bit dry for me - tiny blob of chocolate in the dead center. Hubby liked the pumpkin muffin (and it looks like we got even a smaller blob of icing) but that cinnamon roll was awesome!

My pic looks just like MommaU4's breakfast :rotfl:
 

ColoradoMom!!

Disneyland 1971 with Mickey and Me
Joined
Jul 17, 2006
More Pooh Corner
10/23/08
Wish I had more original shots to share, but these are just so fun!
 
  • Sherry E

    Currently tag-less...
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    More Blue Ribbon Bakery for Breakfast
    Wed. Oct. 22, 2008



    And the winner is - - - - - The Cinnamon Roll!! Kids didn't think the cookie was all that. The chocolate croissant was actually a bit dry for me - tiny blob of chocolate in the dead center. Hubby liked the pumpkin muffin (and it looks like we got even a smaller blob of icing) but that cinnamon roll was awesome!

    My pic looks just like MommaU4's breakfast :rotfl:
    The cinnamon roll is actually my favorite too. I like it better than the pumpkin muffin but I like the Mick-o-lantern on the top of the muffin! I did not have a cinnamon roll when I went to DLR a few weeks ago, but the one in your photo actually looks like it has a bit LESS frosting on it than the ones I ate last year. It wouldn't surprise me if they are starting to cut down on the frosting a little bit (and the same with the filling or frosting on the muffins), seeing as DLR seems to be subtly skimping on some other food portions lately.
     

    mommaU4

    DIS Veteran
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    Oct 8, 2005
    My pic looks just like MommaU4's breakfast :rotfl:
    Breakfast of champions right?? ;)



    More food porn:

    The turkey leg:


    It doesn't look like much in the picture but they are huge. I'm not a fan of meat on the bone though.

    I prefer the flaky, fried, yummy, beef and bean filled goodness of a chimi. Mmmmm.


    I know it's not food but leave it to Disney to carry the Halloween theme all the way down to their napkins! How fun is that?!?!



    The cookies from Big Thunder Ranch:




     

    ColoradoMom!!

    Disneyland 1971 with Mickey and Me
    Joined
    Jul 17, 2006
    Breakfast of champions right?? ;)
    Yes!! :cool1:

    I know it's not food but leave it to Disney to carry the Halloween theme all the way down to their napkins! How fun is that?!?!

    I took a napkin home-very fun.



    How cute is this????!!!!:thumbsup2
     

    Disneyluvr2

    I'll never out grow the kids table!
    Joined
    Sep 19, 2007
    More yummy treats! I'd rather take pictures...it's lasts longer than buying one!

     
  • ylatan

    <font color=red>i would say i'm craving sun<br><fo
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    Feb 16, 2007
    oh! i really wish i was there now. all those halloween treats look so cute.
     

    mommaU4

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Oct 8, 2005
    From the Coca Cola corner, a Mickey pretzel with cheese. He's so cute! We also had a Coke with a splash of cherry in it. Yum.


    A corn dog with apple slices came from the red cart. Also yum!



    The Golden Horseshoe's chili in a bread bowl.



    Riverbelle Terrace: turkey sandwich. They just give you the sandwich and you have to add the toppings and condiments. It was good but rather pricey at $13.



    For dessert, the Dreams cake.

     

    famograham

    Linda
    Joined
    Oct 16, 2006
    a little more to temp your taste buds!! This was one of our best meals yet in the DLR. Truely a hidden gem! we were the only ones in the place!
    Kids bento box my little one love it. And i love eating his left overs lol.
    I HAVE to say it too.....your son is SO incredibly adorable....just priceless!:lovestruc

    Linda
     

    tiger325

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Oct 27, 2008
    the most amazing sandwich( monte cristo) is at the blue bayou restaurant..inside the pirates of carribbean ride.
     

    avalon451

    Errrr... what?
    Joined
    Mar 1, 2008
    The Monte Cristo at Cafe Orleans is so good. :worship:
    DD13 and I split one, and an order of Pommes Frites, at Cafe Orleans on Oct. 12th:



    And the Pommes Frites:



    We had a good experience there! Our PSs were for 6 p.m.; we showed up at 5:55 and were seated within 5 minutes. We had a table just out side the patio doors. Our server came over within 3 minutes, and because we already knew what we wanted, we had our food by about 6:15 or 6:20. I had been very curious about the Monte Cristo (aka Crisco) because seems like there's such a love/hate relationship with it on the DIS! :rotfl: We really liked it. Of course, the service was good that night, so it was very hot and fresh when we got it, and I think that's the key. It is very rich, so DD ate one section and I ate most of two, and that was plenty. The fries were just yummy! And the remoulade dipping sauce for them was wonderful.
     

    Krissy Marissy

    <font color=darkorchid>I LOVE the MC!!! I eat one
    Joined
    Aug 26, 2008
    DD13 and I split one, and an order of Pommes Frites, at Cafe Orleans on Oct. 12th:



    And the Pommes Frites:



    We had a good experience there! Our PSs were for 6 p.m.; we showed up at 5:55 and were seated within 5 minutes. We had a table just out side the patio doors. Our server came over within 3 minutes, and because we already knew what we wanted, we had our food by about 6:15 or 6:20. I had been very curious about the Monte Cristo (aka Crisco) because seems like there's such a love/hate relationship with it on the DIS! :rotfl: We really liked it. Of course, the service was good that night, so it was very hot and fresh when we got it, and I think that's the key. It is very rich, so DD ate one section and I ate most of two, and that was plenty. The fries were just yummy! And the remoulade dipping sauce for them was wonderful.

    I can't wait! I LOVE it! I am going to have this exact meal in 46 days :banana:
     

    TiggerNZ

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Sep 16, 2008
    DD13 and I split one, and an order of Pommes Frites, at Cafe Orleans on Oct. 12th:



    And the Pommes Frites:



    We had a good experience there! Our PSs were for 6 p.m.; we showed up at 5:55 and were seated within 5 minutes. We had a table just out side the patio doors. Our server came over within 3 minutes, and because we already knew what we wanted, we had our food by about 6:15 or 6:20. I had been very curious about the Monte Cristo (aka Crisco) because seems like there's such a love/hate relationship with it on the DIS! :rotfl: We really liked it. Of course, the service was good that night, so it was very hot and fresh when we got it, and I think that's the key. It is very rich, so DD ate one section and I ate most of two, and that was plenty. The fries were just yummy! And the remoulade dipping sauce for them was wonderful.
    I am so going for those Frites, and the Mickey Beignets, but the Monte Cristo really doesn't appeal to me - anything else there good to share, me and DS6 - light dinner.....???
     

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