My Disneyland dining reviews, with pictures

travelmel

Blue Banana Vacation Club
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Aug 31, 2007
Glad to know it works! I got it (the waffle iron) at Ross for like $14! I wish I would have kept it....turns out that "friend" didn't even like me!

:sad:
 

mattmom

Earning My Ears
Joined
Apr 26, 2007
Hi All,
Preparing for our next trip to DL in May, 09 was wondering as now one of us is a diabetic, has anyone noted any sugar free items? Ice Creams or desserts, tough when all else can indulge but one.
Thanks for the great pics.
 

wdhinn89

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jun 5, 2007
Hi All,
Preparing for our next trip to DL in May, 09 was wondering as now one of us is a diabetic, has anyone noted any sugar free items? Ice Creams or desserts, tough when all else can indulge but one.
Thanks for the great pics.
Do you mean type 1 or type 2 diabetes?
 

Krissy Marissy

<font color=darkorchid>I LOVE the MC!!! I eat one
Joined
Aug 26, 2008
Just 9 more days until the monte cristo! Woo hoo! Has anyone eaten breakfast at steakhouse 55? I dont remember...was it better than goofys?
 

kaoden39

<font color=peach>Prayers and pixie dust from your
Joined
Aug 17, 2006
Hi All,
Preparing for our next trip to DL in May, 09 was wondering as now one of us is a diabetic, has anyone noted any sugar free items? Ice Creams or desserts, tough when all else can indulge but one.
Thanks for the great pics.
I know that at the ice cream shop on Main Street they sell sugar free ice dream and it is so good!
 
  • wendylady36

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    Joined
    Oct 8, 2007
    I finally finished my trip report, so now I get to post all my food pics! :banana:

    Corn dog from Red Wagon in Disneyland:



    Tinkerbell Twist in DCA:



    Italian Sausage from Award Wieners in DCA:



    Mark Twain w/bacon from Riverbelle Terrace in Disneyland:



    Chocolate Filled Croissant from Blue Ribbon Bakery in Disneyland:



    Corn dog from Corn Dog Castle in DCA:



    Chicken Nuggets from Stage Door Café in Disneyland:



    Mickey Pretzel with Cheese from cart in Disneyland:



    Churro from cart in Disneyland:



    Half a Turkey Sandwich and a Cup of Soup from Carnation Cafe in Disneyland:



    Pretzel Rod from Pooh's Corner in Disneyland:



    And lastly,

    Popcorn in a Souvenir Bucket from a cart in Disneyland:



    All of it was SO yummy!
     

    mikayla73

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jul 9, 2006
    Here are a few pics of snacks. I tried to get mostly holiday ones. Sorry some of them are a little blurry.

    I also noticed the corn dog truck was gone from its usual place on Main St. on Sat. :scared1: We visited it on Friday and got our corn dogs, so I was glad we did because other wise I would have missed it! I am not sure if it is back today or not because we only did DCA, then went home. I am guessing it went out to have something fixed, I hope it is back soon!

    Pumpkin Muffins


    Shortbread Snowmen


    Cinnamon roll with extra icing


    My fave!!


    Cupcakes




    Apples




    Fudge


    Ginerbread man


    Snowman candy
     

    Disneylvrforever

    Stitch is my puppy!
    Joined
    Jun 11, 2008
    Snowman candy
    Those are cutaciously adorable!!! *As you can see, I added a word to the dictionary*
    I didn't see those the last time I was there and now I want one! I'd just rather prefer it w/out the caramel. No one needs to see me stick my fingers in my mouth to get the caramel out. :laughing:
    Hopefully someone will be there making them & do a special order for me. :goodvibes
     
  • smiley_face2

    DIS veteran
    Joined
    Mar 26, 2002
    Just 9 more days until the monte cristo! Woo hoo! Has anyone eaten breakfast at steakhouse 55? I dont remember...was it better than goofys?
    Breakfast at Steakhouse 55 is AMAZING! such good food, and so much of it! and the price was really really good too! If being with the characters like at Goofies is not a priority for you at about $70. for 2 adults, and you just want a really really good breakfast in a lovely setting, try it you won't be disapointed!
     

    Krissy Marissy

    <font color=darkorchid>I LOVE the MC!!! I eat one
    Joined
    Aug 26, 2008
    Breakfast at Steakhouse 55 is AMAZING! such good food, and so much of it! and the price was really really good too! If being with the characters like at Goofies is not a priority for you at about $70. for 2 adults, and you just want a really really good breakfast in a lovely setting, try it you won't be disapointed!
    DH and I are thinking about trying it. We want a nice big breakfast so we can skip lunch, ahem...try to skip lunch :laughing: Thanks for the info! :thumbsup2 We just might try it!
     

    smiley_face2

    DIS veteran
    Joined
    Mar 26, 2002
    DH and I are thinking about trying it. We want a nice big breakfast so we can skip lunch, ahem...try to skip lunch :laughing: Thanks for the info! :thumbsup2 We just might try it!
    I am sure you won't be disapointed! with my huge breakfast, I got a freshly baked blueberry muffin that I was able to take with me for a snack later!
    the peppermint fudge is to die for!! and so is the candy cane bark, it's a white chocolate type candy base with the crushed up candy cane in it, harder than the fudge. I plan on bringing some of both home to seal up with my new food vacume sealer for a little taste of Disney Christmas through out the year! :santa:
     

    Sherry E

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    Joined
    Jan 5, 2008
    Thanks, Mikayla, for posting all those great pictures! I think the Snowman shortbread cookies are adorable (not to self: add snowman cookie on to list with gingerbread man, cinnmon roll, peppermint fudge & ice cream, etc.) The cinnamon roll looks just as scrumptious as I remember it to be from when I had it, so I must get another one! The gingerbread man with Mouse ears looks slightly different than he looked last year. I can't tell if they made him shorter or softened his edges a bit, but he looks different. I will still get one, though! And I want to see if they have any peppermint cupcakes lurking around!

    The peppermint bark is sold in a bunch of places around DLR - in Marceline's, I not only saw the fresher bark behind the counter, but whole gift boxes, small and large, of it on the shelves. They must make a ton of it daily!
     

    ReelMike84

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Feb 18, 2008
    I did a full write-up on my blog Famished L.A., so stop by for the full blow by blow of White Water Snacks. But I'll give you guys a summary of things.

    White Water Snacks
    Disney's Grand Californian Hotel

    Char-Broiled Chicken Sandwich

    This had a juicy piece of chicken, a little spice from an ortega chili, and a creaminess from the guacamole which was more avocado then guacamole. This was good and I'd certainly get it again. Next time I'd add something like BBQ sauce or cheese if I feel like taking it away from a healthy meal.

    Classic French Dip

    The meat is tender and I liked the au jus even if it was a little salty. I think the dipping of the sandwich helped tone down the saltiness. I enjoyed this along with the fries it came with. I wonder if they'd put cheese on these?...

    Shredded Beef Nachos

    This is the same photo I posted a while ago, but in case you missed it here you go! Shredded beef and cheddar cheese on top of in-house made chips with a healthy plop of sour cream and guacamole. These are very good and surprisingly not as greasy as they look. I could seriously make a meal out of just this. Can you tell I like cheese?

    This is actually a gingerbread Mickey from the Penny Arcade.

    I had to search for the one with the chocolate ears since they were out of them everywhere else. I scored the last one here much to the shargrin of another eyeballer.

    The cookie was soft which I like, but I prefer my gingerbread cookies to be a bit more intense on the ginger. I think what made this cookie go from only ok to good were the chocolate Mickey ears. Chocolate and gingerbread were great together, and the cute mickey hat didn't hurt either.
     

    Sherry E

    Currently tag-less...
    Joined
    Jan 5, 2008
    I did a full write-up on my blog Famished L.A., so stop by for the full blow by blow of White Water Snacks. But I'll give you guys a summary of things.

    White Water Snacks
    Disney's Grand Californian Hotel

    Char-Broiled Chicken Sandwich

    This had a juicy piece of chicken, a little spice from an ortega chili, and a creaminess from the guacamole which was more avocado then guacamole. This was good and I'd certainly get it again. Next time I'd add something like BBQ sauce or cheese if I feel like taking it away from a healthy meal.

    This is actually a gingerbread Mickey from the Penny Arcade.

    I had to search for the one with the chocolate ears since they were out of them everywhere else. I scored the last one here much to the shargrin of another eyeballer.

    The cookie was soft which I like, but I prefer my gingerbread cookies to be a bit more intense on the ginger. I think what made this cookie go from only ok to good were the chocolate Mickey ears. Chocolate and gingerbread were great together, and the cute mickey hat didn't hurt either.
    That chicken sandwich looks great, but I would opt for no guacamole or avocado. Does the guacamole come on the side or actually on the sandwich? That looks like a chili pepper on the chicken, but I don't see the guacamole. The strawberries look great!

    You have confirmed in your photo what I already suspected about the Mickey gingerbread cookie. In the other picture I saw of the 2008 cookie, I thought the cookie looked slightly shorter than it did last year, and a little pudgier. The cookies I saw last year in Marceline's were hard, not soft, and they were longer/taller gingerbread men and not as pudgy as this year's version seems to be. They are still adorable, and I will get a couple. I assume that even when they run out, the bakery is churning out fresh ones every day. Plus, there are SO many different places to find the cookies, what with all the bakeries and candy stores in DLR, etc.

    But, you gave us a good tip - who in the world would think to look for cookies in the Penny Arcade? I know I wouldn't have. So now I know that if all the cookies seem to be gone from the usual places, I will poke my head in the Arcade!
     

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