15 NEW Reasons Why Disneyland’s Restaurants Are Just Plain BETTER

By admin Jan 15, 2024

It’s an age-old argument: Disneyland vs. Disney World.

Pumpkin Spice Churro

Now, those who have been to both parks have arguments on why their favorite is the best. However, it’s hard NOT to be biased towards Disneyland just because it’s the CLASSIC and original park where Walt strolled down Main Street, U.S.A. Hey, his apartment is still there! But there’s something even MORE important that makes us choose Disneyland over Disney World, and that is THE FOOD. Yep, we said it. Disneyland food > Disney World food.

Sure, we could go on and on about those Corn Dogs from the Little Red Wagon for DAYS. We could talk for WEEKS about churros (and churro toffee). But there are now 15 MORE reasons why Disneyland beats Disney World at the food game. That’s because Disneyland just added 15 NEW menu items to its parks!

Churro Toffee in Disneyland

See? That’s something we don’t see often in Disney World. Yes, Disney World often adds a lot of snacks, but they’re usually seasonal snacks. Disneyland just added a ton of snacks JUST BECAUSE. This happens ALL the time, too. So let’s take a look at all these delicious treats that are now available in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

Disneyland

Red Rose Taverne

  • Vive Le Bacon! Burger — 1/3 lb Angus Beef Patty with Cheese, Bacon, Grilled Onions, Pickles, and House-made Signature Sauce on a Brioche-style Bun, served with Cuties® Mandarin Oranges or Taverne Potato Bites for $15.49

New burger

  • Spiced Lamb Sausage Flatbread — House-made Merguez Sausage Flatbread topped with Fresh Basil Pistou, Mozzarella, Honey-Lemon Ricotta, and Grilled Pearl Onions for $14.99

New flatbread

We’re going to be trying out that flatbread soon, so look for that review SOON!

Hungry Bear

  • Churro Funnel Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream — Cinnamon Sugar, Caramel Sauce, Vanilla Ice Cream, and Whipped Topping for $11.99

Yes, please!

We’ve got one word — YUM.

Mint Julep Bar

  • Mickey-shaped Grape Beignets — 3-pack of Mickey beignets dusted with Grape Powdered Sugar for $5.99

Grape Beignet

We’ve got a review for these coming up, so stay tuned to find out how they tasted!

Golden Horseshoe

  • Buffalo Sauce Chicken Tenders — Chicken Tenders tossed in Buffalo Sauce, served with Cuties Mandarin Orange or French Fries for $12.49
  • Lemon Pepper Chicken Tenders — Chicken Tenders with Lemon Pepper Seasoning, served with Cuties Mandarin Orange or French Fries for $12.49

New chicken tenders

  • Pibb Xtra Float — Pibb Xtra, Vanilla Ice Cream, and Whipped Cream for $6.99

New float

That’s THREE new items at ONE counter-service spot! Disney World would never!

Refreshment Corner

  • Chili-Cheese Potato Dog — Baked Potato topped with an All-Beef Hot Dog, Spicy Chili, Cheese Sauce, Sour Cream, Green Onion and Spicy Corn Chips for $18.99

New dog!

  • Pepperoni Mickey-shaped Pretzel — Topped with Fried Pepperoni Crumbles and Parmesan Cheese, served with a Spicy Marinara for $10.49

Special Mickey pretzel

We tried the Pepperoni Mickey Pretzel, so that review will be up soon!

Disney California Adventure

Clarabelle’s

  • S’mores Banana Split — Two Scoops of Ice Cream topped with Hot Fudge, Marshmallow Crème, Whipped Cream, Chocolate Chips, Graham Cereal, and Fresh Bananas for $8.79.

YUM

  • Butter Cake — Butter Cake topped with Strawberries, and Whipped Cream for $6.99.

Smokejumpers Grill

  • Raspberry Cheesecake Shake — Raspberry Shake topped with Whipped Cream, Cheesecake Bites, and Fresh Raspberries for $9.79,

Raspberry Cheesecake Shake

We got to try this one, and it was…well, okay. But still, it’s NEW!

Read our review HERE!

Aunt Cass Cafe

  • Upside-Down Pineapple Bread Pudding — Pineapple Chunks, Cherries, Pineapple Custard, Caramel Creme Anglaise and Pineapple-flavored Whipped topping for $7.29

Bread pudding is back!

Bread pudding has returned to this location that was previously Pacific Wharf Cafe! YAY!

Cozy Cone

  • Banana Split Churro — Churro rolled in Banana Sugar with Peanut Butter-Chocolate Sauce and Pineapple-Strawberry Drizzle, with Whipped Topping and a Cherry for $6.79

Banana split flavors are in

  • Loaded Fried Tamale — Queso con Rajas Tamale rolled in Chicharron Dust with Salsa Verde, topped with Spicy Crema, Shredded Lettuce, Cotija, Corn Relish and Blistered Jalapeño for $9.99

A tamale!

So you’ve got a new savory cone to try out. YES!

See? WE TOLD YOU. Disneyland does not PLAY when it comes to food. It’s incredible how much food gets added to menus there ALL the time. Disney World should take note…

Stay tuned to DFB for more!

REVIEW: Disney Didn’t Have To Go THIS HARD on These NEW Desserts, but We’re Glad They Did

Which new Disneyland snack are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments!

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