Dining at Disneyland Hotel
You already know about Tangaroa Terrance and Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel, but there are several other dining establishments worth mentioning. Whether you want an intimate dinner for two or a family-pleasing restaurant for the whole gang, you’ll find something for everyone here.
Whether you’re in the mood for a scrumptious breakfast or an elegant dinner for two, Steakhouse 55 at Disneyland Hotel has you covered. The atmosphere is reminiscent of an old Hollywood club, with oversize photos of movie and music stars adorning the wall, as well as the cozy, intimate dining space. Start your morning right with traditional steak and eggs, huevos rancheros, eggs benedict or healthy breakfast choices. Kids have their own menu as well; choose from Mickey Mouse pancakes, scrambled eggs and other kid-friendly fare.
For dinner, you can choose from a wide variety of signature selections such as fresh soups, salads, steaks, seafood, lamb, pork and chicken dishes. The restaurant also offers on-site sommeliers to help pair the perfect bottle of wine with your meal, or you can choose your own. Plus, Steakhouse 55′s signature desserts are not to be missed, so don’t forget to end your meal on a sweet note.
Adults 21 and over can take advantage of the adjacent lounge, where you can enjoy one of their savory bar appetizers, a glass of wine or a cocktail before or after your meal. The Lounge at Steakhouse 55 is the perfect place to relax, enjoy a beverage and socialize with friends and family.
If you’re looking for a more kid-friendly dining establishment, you won’t be disappointed with Goofy’s Kitchen. Here, everyone can be a kid and enjoy buffet-style selections for breakfast and dinner. Plus, either meal is a character dining experience the whole family can enjoy! You’ll get to join Chef Goofy and friends while dining on scrumptious breakfast or dinner buffets, and have the opportunity to snap photographs with your favorite characters during the meal.
For breakfast, try made to order omelets, Goofy’s Peanut Butter Pizza and Mickey Mouse waffles. Dinner offers a wide variety of selections as well, including salads, ribs, chicken, beef and other dishes. Top off your meal with a make-your-own soft serve frozen yogurt for dessert!
If you’re heading out to a day at the parks and just want a quick bite to eat and a morning cup of coffee, don’t forget to stop by The Coffee House at Disneyland Hotel. This quick-service establishment offers plenty of traditional and specialty coffee drinks, as well as muffins, bagels, biscotti and other freshly baked goods to help get the day off on the right foot.
No matter where you choose to dine at the Disneyland Hotel, you will find a variety of unique choices that anyone, young or old, can enjoy.