Breakfast, $12–$17; Dinner, $16–$30.
Breakfast here is a treat—the specialties are all tasty and (surprisingly) moderately priced. Dinner is good too, but with all the other restaurants around, especially if you’re spending the day in the parks, we suggest having a hearty breakfast here and an evening meal elsewhere. The exception is if you have kids who want to dine with the characters who appear here three nights a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.) at no extra charge; children also get their own special dining area here with downsized tables and a finger-food buffet.
Setting and Atmosphere
Pretty standard hotel dining room; big and open, and always spotless.
Breakfast: waffles with mixed berries; Tahitian French toast a l’orange, Hawaiian pancakes; Dinner: family-style stir fry, chicken wonton soup, seafood noodle pot, Asian spice-rubbed rib eye.
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
Universal Dining Plan
Does not participate.
|When to go||Breakfast, character dinners.|
|Parking||$32 valet or $22 self-parking.|