This resort restaurant is open from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
We reviewed Tangaroa’s breakfast menu (complete with Disneyland’s version of Tonga Toast!) earlier this year; and now, we’re sharing what we love from its island-inspired lunch and dinner menus.
Little Gem Salad with Grilled Salmon – $20.00
This was insane. Candied macadamia nuts AND a POG vinaigrette?! Seriously, the vinaigrette was so good that we wanted a bottle to take home. We’re still upset it’s so far away from Walt Disney World. Someone from the Polynesian needs to fly out to Anaheim immediately to take a few notes and bring this to Florida.
Loved. Bite on the outside, perfectly chewy, and according to our park reporter Chrissy, an Unagi sauce that made her have a Ross moment. Just delicious.
Panko-crusted Long Beans – $10.00
This one was so different and a prime example of why East Coast Disney fans should visit Disneyland if they’re on the fence. The food alone will make you think it was money well spent.
Tempura Shrimp – $20.00
Described as Tempura-fried shrimp, Furikake, Gochujang aioli, dried Togarashi, crispy garlic, and Ponzu sauce, this was good but not a standout. Skip it and spend the cash on dessert!
Speaking of which, Tangaroa Terrace also serves Dole Whips. No park ticket required! This is also a great spot for coffee and those grab n’ go items.
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Love, love, love this place! Breakfast is great too with the Tangaroa Toast! Yum!!