Tokyo Dining Archive

Disney Restaurant Reviews

Our restaurant reviews offer food photos, menu info & tips, and recommendations on what to order at 300+ counter and table service dining spots at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo, Paris, and beyond. We cover best & worst meals, value for money, and more to help you choose where to eat based upon theme, ambiance,

Inside Disney’s Splash Mountain Restaurant

Everyone loves Disney Parks restaurants with crossover appeal. Be Our Guest Restaurant is one of Walt Disney World’s most popular dining options because it lets you dine inside the Beauty and the Beast castle. Same goes for Cinderella’s Royal Table. Then there are restaurants inside of attractions, most famously Blue Bayou. That restaurant is an

Inside Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Restaurant

“We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad. You must be…or you wouldn’t have come here.” That sentiment applies to Disney fans in general, but especially Alice in Wonderland fans, who are a particularly ardent group. Despite the passion, there isn’t a lot in the parks. There’s Mad Tea Party plus characters at both Walt

Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Restaurant

Walt Disney’s 1954 classic movie adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea kicked off Imagineering’s decades-long fascination with science fiction author Jules Verne. Attractions and entire lands inspired by the science fiction author have since been built at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris, and Tokyo DisneySea. Chief among these is the 20,000 Leagues Under

Pan Galactic Pizza Port Review

Pan Galactic Pizza Port is a counter service restaurant in Tokyo Disneyland’s Tomorrowland. It’s a pizza restaurant that is unique to Tokyo Disneyland, with its big draw being a multi-media dinner show featuring an Audio-Animatronics alien named Tony Solaroni. Sometimes, a man goes into a pizza restaurant and it’s love at first sight. That’s the

Cute & Delicious Tokyo Disneyland Desserts

Lately, Walt Disney World has been upping its snack game (particularly at Magic Kingdom), with cute and colorful treats that are perfect for photos. It’s a nice start, especially those items that both look great and taste delicious. With that said, the kawaii foods OG and undisputed snack champ remains Tokyo Disneyland. Snacking is a

3-Course $30 Meal at Disney’s Nicest Restaurant

When it comes to Disney dining, the words “fine dining” and “inexpensive” don’t normally go together. Sure, there are occasional deals, like Walt Disney World restaurants that offer “secret” summer menus or participants in Orlando’s Magical Dining Month. However, those are the exceptions rather than the everyday rule. Most Signature Restaurants or other fine dining