Disneyland Resort Lunch Options - Your Recommendations
In preparation for my upcoming week long trip to the Disneyland Resort, I've been asking for meal recommendations.
Today is LUNCH!
Thanks to everyone on Twitter and Facebook for posting lunch at Disneyland Suggestions.
Here is what you recommended:
Barb: Blue Bayou is our favorite all the way around. Great food and absolutely fantastic atmosphere!
Tracy: I have to say my all time favorite lunch restaurant is The Blue Bayou. It's not as crowded as the night and we always request a table by the water. It is cool and dark and far enough away from the crowds that it feels like you're somewhere else for the hour or two you're at lunch. It's very relaxing and quiet. Plus, you really can't beat the atmosphere!
White Water Snacks - Grand Californian Hotel
mjcollin: The counter service at the Grand California (White Water Snacks, name?) has a Chicken Nacho that is so awesome. Get it to-go
Cocina Cucamonga - DCA
petricat666: cocina cucamonga in DCA. Huge amount of food for a really good price.
BeccaG: for something more substantial r family loves 2 split salad & chicken fuzilli at pizza port. It's quick serv at near table quality.
Bengel BBQ - Disneyland
BeccaG: if u want something smallish Bengal BBQ is great with some of the more unique flavors in the park.
Don: Bengal BBQ is amazing in Adventureland right across from Indy. Get the Bacon Wrapped Asparagus or the spicy chix skewers... Sit at table near the river and watch the river traffic go by.
disneykarene: Carnation Cafe on Main Street.
Lisa: Carnation Cafe - loaded baked potato soup because it is awesome. Pacific Wharf - apple & chicken salad in a sourdough bread bowl.
Boudin Bakery - DCA
MaryJean: Boudon Bakery, if it's still at DCA, has excellent salads and soups available in bread bowls.
Don: In DCA go to Boudin's Bakery and get a soup OR chinese Chix salad in a sourdough bowl! Grab a table by the water and feed the ducks with your bread top.
Laura: Cafe Orleans is our favorite. Pommes Frites are wonderful and we like to share this part! Anything is great to eat for lunch. French onion soup is delicious! And, the mickey beignets....yuuuuummmmmmm!!!! Fresh out-of-the-oven. (Also love Carnation Cafe for that loaded baked potato soup! Creamy/delicious!)
Don: Storytellers Cafe in the Grand Californian hotel. Excellent salads and the Club Sandwich is excellent. And one of my favorite I have to do every trip, Grab a Corndog from the Corndog Truck at the end of Main Street. Sit at a table in the Plaza Inn to people watch and views of the hub, castle and tomorrowland
Becca: Carnation cafe is good for lunch too! But my fave place is the mexican place in frontierland! Best burritos! Plaza has really good fried chx....and for a light lunch try a bread bowl near splash mtn (much shorter line than the soup place in new orleans square)
disneyfolly: I love the gumbo at Royal St veranda for lunch. And swing over to Bengal Bbq for skewers! Blue Bayou is a must.
MaryJean: I agree with Blue Bayou as best place for lunch. I also have had a good experience at Carnation Cafe.
Mary: There's a secluded little place by Rivers of America just past the tables of the Hungry Bear. no chairs, but you can sit on the cement planter edge...hard but roomy.
Don't Bother with:
disneykarene: Tortilla Joes, not very good Mexican food
Thanks again everyone for your wonderful ideas!!!! Dinner soon to follow!
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