Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Tokyo Disney Eats




May 11, 2017

Visit Tokyo: Tokyo Disney Eats

We sure indulged in a lot of good eats while at Tokyo Disney Resort!

The lines for food are no joke. Some are even as long as the lines for rides (and sometimes longer)! Popcorn is quite popular (you'll see lots of people wearing those huge popcorn tins around their necks), as well as turkey legs and churros.

Line for both food carts and sit-down restaurants were long!

At restaurants, not only were there lines to order your food, there were lines to get into the restaurants!

If a restaurant offered Priority Seating, it's likely that restaurant would not be able to take a lot of walk-ins. We didn't take advantage of Priority Seating anywhere, and instead we just got food from a lot of food stands and carts, and ate at casual eateries.

World Bazaar: Ice Cream Cones
For our family, no visit to Disney is complete without ice cream!
Coffee Float

Strawberry Cheesecake Sundae
Banana Brownie Sundae


The line for these melon churros was always long!
Tomorrowland's  Lite Bite Satellite: Churro Melon Sugar Soda
Critter Country's Grandma Sara's Kitchen

Child's Set - Omelet with Seasoned Rice, Meat Patty, Fried Potatoes, Corn, Vegetables, Fruit Jellied Dessert, Apple Juice
Chicken and Rice au Gratin +

Salad + drink
Grandma Sara's Special Set: Baked Chicken with Tomato Curry Sauce + 
Cream of Potato Soup + 
Caramel Nut Tart + Drink

A lot of the popcorn lines were long, but I waited until the line was less than 30 people deep before standing in it.
Tomorrowland: Soy Sauce and Butter Popcorn

Fantasyland's Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall
A very popular cafeteria-style restaurant.  Go early or be prepared to wait to get in!  Once you get your meal, cast members will help you find a table.
Beef Patty and Cheese with Demi-Glace and Raspberry Sauces

Child's Set: Meat Patty, Seasoned Rice, Cream-Simmered Shrimp and Corn, Vegetables, Fruit Jellied Dessert

Minestrone with Heart Shaped Pasta
My faves at Tokyo Disneyland were the Strawberry Cheesecake Sundae and Shoyu Butter Popcorn!

Mermaid Lagoon's Sebastian's Calypso Kitchen
Very, very busy casual eatery.  A cast member "guards" the tables ensuring that you get your meal first, then find a seat.
Creamy Scallop Croquette Sandwich

Sausage Pizza
No wait to get the Ukiwah Bun!
Port Discovery's Seaside Snacks - Ukiwah Bun (Shrimp)

More ice cream!
Mysterious Island - Mickey Ice Bar (Tropical Fruit)

Mysterious Island - Sea Salt Ice Cream Monaka
Surprisingly, the line was not very long for these cute little custard-filled mochi treats.
American Waterfront - Little Green Dumplings
Mediterranean Harbor - Zambini Brothers' Ristorante
We had to wait outside for a while before a cast member let us in - that's how busy this place was!
Tomato and Mozzarella Pizza
Chicken and Olive Pizza

Spaghetti Bolognese
Zambini Special Set: Rice Casserole with Mushrooms, Pancetta, Soft Boiled Egg & Meat Sauce + 

Cherry Tomato Salad +

Chocolate Cake + a drink
My faves at Tokyo DisneySea were the Rice Cassrole with Mushrooms from Zambini Brothers' Ristorante, and the Little Green Dumplings - mochi filled with vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate cream.

Tokyo Disney Resort
1-1 Maihama, Urayasu
Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, Japan

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