There are an overwhelming number of places to eat at Disneyland. If you’re trying to plan your ideal park day, you may not be able to fit everything in but definitely make time for a few of these awesome eats.
The Banyan Beef skewer and Safari skewer are definitely my favorites, especially with a Jungle Julep.
Cafe Orleans is probably my favorite table service spot in Disneyland. Try the pomme frites (ask for extra remoulade and thank me later), Monte Cristo, and Mickey Beignets.
Carnation Cafe is one of my childhood favorites. Mickey Waffles? Check. The best Fried Pickles ever? Check. If you aren’t feelin’ the Mickey Waffles, check out the Apple Granola Pancakes or for lunch or dinner, try Walt’s Chili or the Baked Potato soup. It’s seriously out of this world.
Who doesn’t love a good funnel cake? Especially with seasonal flavors like Caramel Apple and Churro.
Jolly Holiday has every magical baked good you could imagine, like Matterhorn Macaroons, Minnie Macarons, and tons of seasonal treats. If sweets aren’t you thing or you’re looking for something a little more substantial, try the grilled cheese.
Red Rose Tavern
When it first opened I thought it was kind of overrated, but the Beast Burger and Grey Stuff are actually delicious! They also usually have an interesting drink or two on the menu, like frozen egg nog.
I’m so excited Tropical Hideaway finally has the Pinapple Lumpia from Pongu Pongu in Animal Kingdom in addition to their selection of Bao and Dole Whip, including exclusive flavors like raspberry that you can’t get at the Tiki Juice Bar.
Mint Julep: Mint Juleps and seasonal Mickey Beignet flavors
Golden Horseshoe: Ice Cream Nachos from the secret menu
Little Red Wagon: the best hand-dipped corn dogs you will ever try