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Guide to Eating Around the World at the Disneyland Resort

Erin Glover

by , Editorial Content Director, Disneyland Resort

The Disneyland Resort hosts more than 150 food and beverage locations, and many of those dining options represent different regions from around the globe – your taste buds can travel all around the world in less than a few days! Take a look at some of our favorite regional cuisines at the Disneyland Resort.

Blue Bayou Restaurant at Disneyland Park

Blue Bayou Restaurant – Travel down South at Blue Bayou Restaurant in Disneyland park. Since 1967, Blue Bayou Restaurant has been a popular and must-do dining experience. Here, the rich Cajun and Creole flavors are abundant in dishes such as Portobello Mushroom and Louisiana Popcorn Rice, Blue Bayou Bouillabaisse and Roasted Chicken Maison.

Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria – Celebrating the tastes of Southern Italy, guests get into the spirit of Carnivale at Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria at Downtown Disney District. Naples Ristorante offers guests Italian dining with calamari, pollo parmigiana and wood-fired pizzas. Be sure to save room for a cannoli dessert!

Lucky Fortune Cookery – Transport yourself to Asia at the Lucky Fortune Cookery in Disney California Adventure park. Here guests can enjoy made-to-order rice and vegetable bowls all packed in a takeout carton.

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante – Inspired by traditional Mexican dishes, Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante at Disneyland park brings the savory flavors of Mexico to your plate. Open in the morning for breakfast, guests can fuel their day with chilaquiles, burritos and chorizo. Guests can then return later in the day to relax in the shade and enjoy enchiladas, tacos or tostada salads.

Catal Restaurant at Disneyland Resort

Catal Restaurant – Experience the romance of the Mediterranean at Catal Restaurant in Downtown Disney District. This signature dining experience brings the best of modern Mediterranean dishes with grilled seafood, choice meats, burgers and salads.

Reservations are recommended for some of these dining experiences, so visit Disneyland.com or call (714) 781-DINE (3463) to book your reservation.

Comments

  • Nice blog post Erin. Thanks for featuring Blue Bayou, we have special affection for BB because I proposed to my then girlfriend (now wife) there! And the cast was so fantastic, they helped me out by putting the engagement ring in a chocolate treasure chest to present to her as I stood on one knee to say the special words! Later that same trip, we also went to Catal (where I had a dish of stewed rabbit!).

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