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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Try Bengal Bar B Q stick to one skewer apiece and tatsy yet cheap.
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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy38 View Post
    Try Bengal Bar B Q stick to one skewer apiece and tatsy yet cheap.
    ya that sounds like a tasty snack.

    As for sediment's post:

    ya we definitely we'll get the must ride ones done first..
    save rides like star tours for our "if we got time / feel like it list"
    even though I'm rather sure we will have time.. and I'll feel like it.
    Unless she is barely standing, she's going on it haha.

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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by sediment View Post
    I think we have hit home on the advice of, "Ride the most important rides first."
    Have we not???





    Oh NO!

    Not another one to add to the list!!!

    But what will that do to the schedule???

    And will he need a fastpass?


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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMickey View Post
    Oh NO!

    Not another one to add to the list!!!

    But what will that do to the schedule???

    And will he need a fastpass?

    Hehe.. I simplified my list of rides a lot. It's just a list now of rides with a "tentative" order. If a ride is down we'll skip it, if we need a break we'll take a break.. so on so on. I also have a fastpass order that I'll like to keep on getting fastpasses as the slots for fastpasses open up.

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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Back to the restaurant question:

    Whitewater Snacks at the Grand Californian Hotel has really good chicken sandwich and nachos. Pizza and burgers too. Seems to be the cheapest place to sit and relax at the resort.

    In the parks, Hungry Bear isn't too bad (food isn't great) but the price is right and it has beautiful scenery of the river. Taste Pilots at DCA is a similar story.

    And Award Wieners at DCA might be worth a trip as well. They have recently built some seating inside what used to be the Muppets outdoor queue.
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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Thanks Ill check those ones out

    I call my fiancee Terrie bear hehehe, so maybe she'll like the hungry bear.

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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    My family loves the chicken strips @ StageDoorCafe or GoldenHorseshoe while we enjoy Billy Hill or the entertainment on the Plaza Garden Stage. Portions are big enough to share. Sometimes we'll get a salad and pasta or pizza to share @ Pizza Port (ask for extra plates). Dine on the patio and you'll be first to know when SM re-opens!

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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    IMO Best Food by far and Best View and Meal Deal For 2 ppl is this:
    Cafe Orleans...Best Service and Cast too!
    Order a Cup of Gumbo each $3.99 (ala carte Bowl is $6.99)
    (Could sub the Onion Soup or the Side Raspberry/Goat chese Salad)
    Order Garlic Fries to share $4.99
    Order of Mickey Beignets to share w/extra Creme Anglese and Couli $6.99
    Ice Water with fresh Lemon
    TOTAL = $20 then
    Use AP discount for the tip (3 course meal/great location w/tip $10)
    The Pommes Frite are served in a iron napkin-lined basket hot with parmesean cheese and garlic and aoili dipping sauce way enough to share for 2
    The Gumbo is filling in a cup IF starved get the bowl
    The Beignets are hot, fresh and piled high with a mountain of powdered sugar (DON'T wear black) served with Creme Angles and Raspberry couli on the side
    and we think way better than Brennans! Into the hollow you can pour the sauces and make the best filled donut ...yummy! There are 5 so you must fight over the extra or split...

    Speaking of Split...You can always SPLIT the Fresh Made (and less $ than Blue Bayou) Monte Cristo 2 pieces each and have it be about the same as 2 ala carte bowls of gumbo....
    It is ALOT of food and calories but sure worth it and since it is eaten at the Happiest Place On Earth the Calories Don't Count ...Right?! or is that another Disney Fairytale?

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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by GypsyMagic View Post
    ...Order of Mickey Beignets to share w/extra Creme Anglese and Couli $6.99
    I always love how things sound more exotic in French. Rough English translation: Mickey shaped donuts with custard and raspberry jelly.

    Quote Originally Posted by GypsyMagic View Post
    It is ALOT of food and calories but sure worth it and since it is eaten at the Happiest Place On Earth the Calories Don't Count ...Right?! or is that another Disney Fairytale?
    Everyone knows that calories on vacation don't count, so I guess the same goes for a visit to the Park!
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    Re: Best Food Deal in the Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by Dustysage View Post
    Back to the restaurant question:

    Whitewater Snacks at the Grand Californian Hotel has really good chicken sandwich and nachos. Pizza and burgers too. Seems to be the cheapest place to sit and relax at the resort.
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    I agree about Whitewater. The chicken nachos, in my opinion, are enough for 2 people. They are HUGE, and, not that expensive. Maybe $8.00?

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