Planning that perfect vacation to Disneyland in California and don't know where to start when it comes to food? TMR tours is here to help with some amazing food to try around the park! These varying counter service options are great for any palette. #disneyland
~ Bangal Barbecue - Adventureland ~
Let's start with something that we loved; fresh made skewers. These were amazing and can be found at Bangal Barbecue, located across from the Indiana Jones Attraction. The menu featured varying styles and meat choices for the skewers and they even had a vegetable one as well. Don't miss these delicious skewers.
We sampled the Bengal Beef and the Chieftain Chicken. Both were good, but the Bengal Beef was AMAZING. It was a smokey-sweet barbecue that can't be explained. Truly worthy of being the signature.
Bengal Beef: Zulu Sauce
Chieftain Chicken: Polynesian Sauce $4.99
We opted to order the Bengal Rice Plate which allows you to choose two skewer styles and make your own dish.
Bengal Rice Plate - $16.99
~ Tiki Juice Bar - Adventureland ~
While we are in adventureland we have to mention Dole Whip at the Tiki Juice Bar. You can also try a pineapple float, which has dole whip on top. Either one is a great choice to cool down in the heat of California, but TMR tours would choose classic Dole Whip.
While you enjoy your delicious treat, be sure to stop in to the Enchanted Tiki Room and pay a visit to the Tiki Gods.
~ Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe - Main Street USA ~
This quick service was fun to visit as it is themed around Mary Poppins. We tried two different sandwiches, both were fit for any chimney sweep! The honey mustard aioli on the turkey sandwich took it over the top and the 'Jolly Holiday Combo' meal was outstanding for the young or young at heart.
Oven Roasted Turkey On Ciabatta $9.99
Jolly Holiday Combo - $9.99 cheese sandwich and tomato basil soup.
If you have picky eaters that only eat a few things, the Jolly Holiday Combo may be a great option. It is a GIANT cheese sandwich big enough for an adult, but perfect for the kids too. Be ready to help them finish if they are not big eaters. It is seriously big. The fresh chips that came with the turkey sandwich were also amazing. Nice and crispy and not as salty or greasy as a bag of chips you may get at other locations.
~ Stage Door Cafe - Frontierland ~
While we are on the topic of young appetites, let's give some chicken nugget insight. WE know that this is another go to food for many kids and adults alike. In Frontierland you can stop in quick to the Stage Door Cafe to get those amazing Disney chicken nuggets. WE encourage using the APP to mobile order at this location as well. The line can get backed up easily as it is a smaller food window. None the less, you can get chicken nuggets in numerous locations around the park.
~ Pacific Wharf Café - Pacific Wharf ~ DCA
This is a popular thing going back over 50 years. Boudin Bakery Bread bowls are a staple in San Fransisco and you can get these bowls at Pacific Wharf Café in Disney California Adventure Park. They can also be found inside the traditional Disneyland park at the Royal Street Veranda, in New Orleans Square.
Soup in Boudin Bakery Bread Bowl - $11.49
While we are within the Wharf, let's take a look at some other great food options. At the Pacific Wharf Café we sampled the Turkey sandwich. #turkeysandwich It had some bacon and a pesto aioli sauce that was out of this world. There is a nice photo spot location at the wharf too that you don't want to miss. Turkey Pesto Club - $9.99
~ Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill ~
This is another location with in Pacific Wharf at Disney California Adventure Park. It is a big area with various style windows and food types. If you are familiar with TMR tours, you know we love our Mexican style street tacos! We get them frequently at Walt Disney World and we had to see how Disneyland's version held up in relation. #tacos #mexicangrill
Street Taco Plate - Chicken - $12.99
We are pleased to say they were delicious and reminded us a lot of the tacos at Hacienda de San Angel over in Epcot. The consistency between the east and west cost is not necessarily surprising, but it was amazing to see how similar the flavor profile was. Definitely worth the time if you love tacos. That is TMR Tours look at some food at both parks Disneyland and DCA. There is still a lot more food we didn't cover, but these are things TMR tried first hand. None of them were disappointing and some of them have us ready to go back for a second helping!
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