Another Patina Joachim Splichal venture where most of the effort went into the design. while the menu seems sophisticated, the recipes are rather bland and uninspired with a few exceptions. Some of the nonpasta entrees pan-roasted white fish with fennel-and-tomato vinaigrette and a citrus-and-herb-rubbed chicken, for example are the real highlights. the kids will enjoy the colorful decor and activities; adults can get a good glass of wine or a cocktail and feed the entire crew for less than $100.
Setting and Atmosphere
Food aside, this is a really fun restaurant: modern, colorful, and spacious, with tile floors, an open demonstration kitchen, and whimsical design touches that mirror nearby Disneyland. it's also noisy and crowded, typically filled with families. During peak hours, it's difficult to hear yourself think, let alone carry on a meaningful conversation. nonetheless, it's a great gathering place, and there's something to appeal to everyone from small children to adults.
Wood-fired neapolitan-style pizzas: thin, crispy crusts with a hearty, almost spicy red sauce; handmade mozzarella cheese; and fresh toppings of choice.
The family-style dinners give you a choice of sal- ads, soups, and pasta (think tubs of spaghetti and four-cheese ravioli) served en masse and, if everyone can agree, make a great bargain.
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Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Disneyland Premium Annual Pass||10%||All||All|
|Disneyland Annual Pass - Not Premium||10%||All||All|
|When to go||Late Lunch or early dinner|
|Lunch Hours||Sunday-Thursday, 11am-4pm|
|Dinner Hours||Sunday-Thursday, 4pm-10pm, Saturday 4pm-11pm|