Hong Kong Disneyland wouldn’t be one of the happiest places on earth if not for its timeless Disney characters and magical theme parks. But a trip to this favorite Hk tourist spot is not just all wander and adventure. You wouldn’t want to skip the food tripping part here.
Check out these 10 Hong Kong Disneyland restaurants you can indulge with wonder.
Feasts like royalty at any of the four ordering stations serving Grill, Japanese, Guangdong, and International cuisines. Within this European medieval dining hall showcase some of the famous Disney princesses including Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Mulan, Ariel, and Belle.
You can enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner at this Victorian-inspired restaurant that serves a variety of dishes from Western and Asian influences. While you’re here, don’t forget to try out their signature hot chocolate to cap off a good meal.
Explore your palate to an exciting adventure of Asian flavors – from Japanese to Korean menu, or Southeast Asian to Indian cuisines. Great to know that it’s also one of the Halal-certified restaurants at Hong Kong Disneyland.
Aside from its international culinary offers, Explorer’s Club Restaurant boasts of five uniquely themed dining rooms.
When it comes to dessert, this old-fashioned American bakery is your go-to place for the freshest baked goods and sweet treats. You can choose from the selection of quick bites such as sandwiches, pizza coupled with coffee or tea. And don’t miss the iconic Hong Kong egg custard tart, an all-time fave even of Hong Kong’s last governor.
Plaza Inn is a notable table-service restaurant that merges Victorian themed exterior with vibrant Chinese interiors. The American owners converted the place into this grand resto that it is today.
While dining on delectable family-style Cantonese cuisine, you may want to find the “Hidden Mushu”, Mulan’s dragon sidekick, on the wall murals.
Feel like you’re on a space ship heading to a distant galaxy at this futuristic restaurant. Providing quick-service dining for hungry guests, families can fuel up with meals like fish nuggets, fried chicken wings, or baked chicken breast with rice.
This Victorian-themed garden restaurant offers a diverse selection of buffet dishes including Chinese, Asian, and Western flavors. Take note that the lunch buffet is offered on weekends and holidays.
While enjoying a filling buffet, be prepared to take a snap of Disney Characters that will show up on your table. You’ll never know, it might be your favorite one!
Fancying a fine dining experience in Hong Kong Disneyland? Crystal Lotus should be your top of mind. This award-winning restaurant features the best of China’s major culinary regions – Sichuan, Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong, headed by the mastery of seasoned Executive Chef Shu Wah Leung.
You’ll think twice of chowing down the Disney and Pixar inspired dim sums here. Though, expect a hefty price to pay once you dine in and book a reservation at least 48 hours in advance during the weekdays.
Not only is this a feast for your taste buds but also for your eyes as ancient and new cuisines convene for your liking. Embark on a culinary journey to the signature rural and classical Chinese dishes and across Asia. For your sweet tooth, head on at the resto’s Dessert Moment during weekends and holidays.
Hidden Mickey no more as the sumptuous international buffet serve is prepared by our most loved Disney icon, as the name implies. Enjoy a diverse selection of worldwide specialties including Halal menu upon request in an Art-Deco styled studio.
Chef Mickey appears during breakfast hours daily and during lunch and dinner time on Sundays and public holidays. On the other hand, Chef Minnie Mouse shows up on Friday dinner buffets.
Ready for your Hong Kong vacation? Don’t forget to drop by Hong Kong Disneyland and experience fun rides and activities!
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