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New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park

Pam Brandon

by , Food Writer, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort

Ariel’s Disney Princess Celebration is a magical spot for little ones as they descend the spiral staircase into Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure park and enter an enchanting restaurant with seaweed-wrapped pillars and glowing sea creature light fixtures — plus their favorite Disney Princesses and Characters.

New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Sandy Scoop of Sweets New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Seashell Symphony With Bacon New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Chocolate Chip Cruise

And now the kids’ meals for breakfast and lunch match the fun with new creations on the menu. For breakfast, there are three new choices. The Sandy Scoop of Sweet features fresh fruit, strawberry yogurt, granola and a seasonal muffin – and it meets the Disney Mickey Check guidelines that limit calories, saturated fat, sodium and sugar. Seashell Symphony is a clever stack of turkey bacon, tri-tip or sausage with scrambled eggs topped with a slice of croissant to create the “seashell.” It’s served with hash browns and cereal. And the cute Chocolate Chip Cruise is a sailboat crafted from a waffle with a turkey bacon sail and a side of cereal. Kids are happily digging into these fun creations.

New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Ursula Octo-Dog New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Whozits & Whatzits Fries and Nuggets
New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Clammy Turkey Sammy New Kids’ Meals at Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park, Featuring Dinglehopper Angel Hair Pasta

Lunch has four new dishes. Ursula’s Octo-Dog is a hot dog carved into the shape of an octopus (a good trick to try at home) served with mac-n-cheese and fruit and veggie skewers. Whozits & Whatzits is baked chicken nuggets with fruit and veggie skewers. The Clammy Turkey is a turkey sandwich with a bun that looks like a clam shell served with fruit and veggie skewers. And the Dinglehopper Angel Hair Pasta comes with fruit and veggie skewers, and meets the Mickey Check guidelines.

Grown-ups have delicious options too, such as grilled lobster tail salad, red oak-smoked honey-whiskey barbecue tri-tip, fire-roasted corn cakes, and sustainable fish of the day, citrus-glazed chicken breast and sautéed shrimp with angel hair pasta.

For reservations, visit www.disneyland.com/dine or call 714-781-DINE (3463).

Comments

  • Are the kids meals available for the special dinner as well?
    Thanks – these look great!

  • These are so much fun! Great idea for kids.

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