Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka!
Wondering where to eat in Tokyo Disneyland?
There are so many things to do and so much to see….so plan ahead!
There are many food stalls and carts throughout the theme park, but in this article, we will introduce you to great restaurants where you can be seated to rest your feet and enjoy bonding time with your family and friends in Disney style.
Most of these restaurants might not have an English menu, but do not worry!
They often have a fairly accurate (!?) plastic display or a printed menu with lots of pictures, so it is quite easy for you to choose (and point) what you would like to eat.
Here are top 5 restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland.
Local tells Top 5 best Restaurants at Tokyo Disneyland!
No.1 Polynesian Terrace Restaurant/ポリネシアンテラス・レストランThis is a restaurant where you can enjoy live shows.
With the theme of Lilo’s Luau (“Party” in a language in Hawai) and Fun, the lunch show features Hawaiian dance and music.
You can take pictures with your favorite characters like Mickey, Minnie, Chip and Dale.
It is about 60 minutes.
The dinner show’s theme is Mickey’s Rainbow Luau.
You can watch Mickey, Minnie, and their friends dance and celebrate various celebrations of Polynesian countries (photographs are not permitted in this show).
Mickey and Minnie are in Aloha or Polynesian attires and they are so adorable!
In order to enjoy the shows, you need a prior reservation and the tickets can be sold out rather quickly.
The reservation can be made one month in advance, although must be in Japanese.(→You can book the restaurant:here)
Easiest option for you might be to line up before the Disneyland opens and if that day’s tickets are still available, you can purchase them there.
No. 2 Crystal Palace Restaurant/クリスタルパレスレストランThis is a buffet styled restaurant located in the Adventure Land.
Western, Chinese and Japanese cuisines are available here and you can enjoy whatever you like: meat, seafood, salad, and dessert within 90 minutes.
The menus change depending on the seasonal event, so even for those who have visited here before, you might want to try in a different season.
The restaurant opens early, so you can enjoy breakfast here too.
Mickey shaped pancake is very popular, but could be too cute to eat…
The best part of the breakfast is that Disney characters such as Winnie the Pooh and his friends join in your breakfast!
Priority seating (reservation for a specific time slot, like a FASTPASS system) is available.
You can reserve online,although must be in Japanese.(→You can book the restaurant:here)
No. 3 Gramdma Sara’s Kitchen/グランマ・サラのキッチンThis is a western food restaurant located in Critter Country.
With a 500+ seating capacity, even if there is a line, it can move fairly quickly.
It is a nice place to be able to sit down and have a relaxing meal.
Hamburg (Salisbury) steak, rice gratin (locally referred to as “doria”), omelet rice, beef stew are some of the popular dishes here.
If you order as a set, it comes with a salad and dessert.
You can also go for the Special Set, which comes with an entree, drink and dessert.
The meals here come in a generous serving, just like at your grandma’s place!
The restaurant is situated in a cave or tree-house like environment with some outside settings set along the waterfall.
Please enjoy a nostalgic warm home meal in a cozy environment.
Next,let’s go to the Japanese restaurant in Tokyo Disneyland!
No. 4 Hokusai/北斎This is a table service Japanese restaurant located near the Cinderella Castle.
Though it seems out of place in the U.S. street themed location, but the interior and exterior are exotic and colorful.
It is a perfect place for those of you who want to enjoy the Japanese cuisine while in Tokyo Disneyland.
You can enjoy some of the very popular Japanese dishes such as Chirashi (a bowl of sushi rice with seafood on top), deep-fried pork cutlet, tempura, udon noodle, steak and rice, etc.
The dishes are between ¥1,500 – ¥2,000.
There is a priority seating system here, so you can take advantage of it.
No. 5 Queen of Heart Banquette Hall/クイーン・オブ・ハートのバンケットホールThis is a great counter service restaurant located in Fantasy Land.
You would love this place especially if you are a fan of Alice in Wonderland.
The decor of the restaurant is fantastic and intricate it is as if you have wondered into Alice’s world.
Food here also are very cute and instagram perfect with Alice’s theme.
The restaurant serves mainly western food such as rotisserie chicken, hamburger steak, salad, soup, seafood fritters, steak, grilled fish, everything to satisfy everyone.
If you or your loved one is having a special day, this is a great place to celebrate in Disneyland.
You can order a whole birthday cake (or “unbirthday” cake) for ¥1,010.
Be warned… because of this spectacular atmosphere, this place can be very crowded.
One of the exciting thing to do while dining in Tokyo Disneyland might be … to look for “hidden Mickeys” in your food….
You might find one in your soup, rice, or stew….
Top 5 best Restaurants at Tokyo Disneyland
- Polynesian Terrace Restaurant・・・This is a restaurant where you can enjoy live shows.
- Crystal Palace Restaurant・・・ This is a buffet styled restaurant located in the Adventure Land.
- Gramdma Sara’s Kitchen・・・This is a western food restaurant located in Critter Country.
- Hokusai・・・This is a table service Japanese restaurant located near the Cinderella Castle.
- Queen of Heart Banquette Hall・・・You would love this place especially if you are a fan of Alice in Wonderland.
I hope you’ll have have a great time in Tokyo Disneyland!
Address:1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba
Location:5 minutes walk from JR Maihama station
International calls:045-330-5211,Domestic calls 0570-00-8632
Opening hours:8:00〜22:00 or 9:00〜22:00.(Tokyo Disneyland is usually open from 8 am to 10 pm, though they might have the special hours during the special events. (New Year, etc.) )Be sure to check web page before visiting.
Admission fee:Adult¥7,400; Junior¥6,400; Child¥4,800.
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