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    Re: Best Burger?

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland View Post
    My Hungry Bear warning: DO NOT have the veggie burger! It takes longer to cook because they're overcooking it so it's dry and hard and disgusting.

    Tee hee, I woulda said it was disgusting even if it was prepared right!


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    Re: Best Burger?

    Taste Pilot's Wild Blue Yonder !
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    Re: Best Burger?

    Croc's Bits & Bites at DLH. The grilled chicken sandwich and nachos are great too. And all are served at The Lost Bar with your cold beverage of choice!

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    Re: Best Burger?

    I went to Hungry Bear yesterday and the burger was just... just kinda "there." I ate it 'cause I was hungry, but I didn't enjoy it. I didn't hate it or enjoy it.

    Someone mentioned asking for onions at another restaurant? My Hungry Bear burger only had lettuce and tomato - could I have asked for pickles and onions, too? That might have helped the taste.

    Hungry Bear is my fave DL restaurant - but that is only because of the location and atmosphere. I just wish they'd open that back eating section upstairs - that was where I loved to sit - it was always so quiet back there - you really felt like you were away from it all. But everytime I go that section is roped off. Do they have it open during busier days, or is it close off permanently?

    I noticed yesterday that the burgers at Hungry Bear are 1/3 pounders. I remember in the 80s, the burgers at TLT were 1/4 pounders. Are all the burgers at the Park 1/3 pounds now? Or do some still sell 1/4 pounders (which I prefer)?

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    Re: Best Burger?

    Best burger in the park is at the Inn Between. Love the Mini Burgers!

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    Re: Best Burger?

    I recently went for the first time to Taste Pilots Grill and just fell in love with their Bleu Cheese Burger (my mouth is watering right now thinking about it) ... although it would have tasted better without the BBQ sauce they add. Plus the fact that you can top it any way you want is great!


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    I never cared for the Inn Between burgers, either. Aside from the fact that it took half of your lunch time for them to cook, it just tasted bland. But its been 3 years since I quit - maybe they taste better now...

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    Re: Best Burger?

    I usually get a cheeseburger and fries (with a coke) at either Tomorrowland Terrace or Village Haus. It's mostly from nostalgia, though. Oddly enough, I didn't get tired of having those for lunch on my last trip.

    The one place I won't get a burger is Burger Invasion at DCA. I liked Mc Donald's as a kid, but as an adult, I've had much better. I still like breakfast at the Harbor Blvd Mc Donald's (lots of memories watching the monorails go by). I would rather take the effort to get in my car and drive over to In-n-Out on Brookhurst (north of Ball Rd) than eat at Mc Donald's.

    But as for burgers in Disneyland, Tomorrowland Terrace and Village Haus.

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    Re: Best Burger?

    Quote Originally Posted by Koutesu View Post
    I usually get a cheeseburger and fries (with a coke) at either Tomorrowland Terrace or Village Haus. It's mostly from nostalgia, though. Oddly enough, I didn't get tired of having those for lunch on my last trip.

    The one place I won't get a burger is Burger Invasion at DCA. I liked Mc Donald's as a kid, but as an adult, I've had much better. I still like breakfast at the Harbor Blvd Mc Donald's (lots of memories watching the monorails go by). I would rather take the effort to get in my car and drive over to In-n-Out on Brookhurst (north of Ball Rd) than eat at Mc Donald's.

    But as for burgers in Disneyland, Tomorrowland Terrace and Village Haus.

    As much as I knock on McDonald's, I do love a Big Mac here and there. But I would certainly never get it while at Disneyland if I know I can get it cheaper outside of the park. Same goes with the fries. They're so yummy but I just can't do it.


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    Wouldn't it be great if one great California institution - Disneyland - let another great California institution - In and Out Burger - sell their wares in the park???
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