Eastside Cafe is located inside the World Bazaar and has meals that range from 2000 to 5000 yen. If you're after pasta then this is the place to be as that's mainly what they serve. They have priority seating along with special dietary menus. Expect something a little more fancy!
Make sure you leave plenty of room for dessert!
Great American Waffle Company
Also located in the World Bazaar area of the park is the Great American Waffle Company. These guys have recreated one of the worlds most delicious sweet treats and added a bit of Disney flavour: Mickey Mouse! All the waffles here are Mickey-shaped!
With several types of flavours available, including maple, strawberry and custard, chocolate, you can choose your favourite and even add some ice cream for an extra 210 yen.
If you feel like sharing you can even get a cup of "puchi" waffles, or "bite-sized" waffles to share with friends!
Crystal Palace Restaurant
Located in Adventureland, Crystal Palace Restaurant offers priority seating and a chance to meet the Disney characters. Open early, you can order breakfast, enjoy the buffet, and choose between western, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine. Prices start at around 2000 yen.
If you're really into Mickey Mouse, get here for breakfast and enjoy the pancakes!
They even have Disney inspired cupcakes! Yum!
Another great pick in the Adventureland area is China Voyager. As the name suggests, the food here mainly consists of Chinese inspired cuisine, with a little bit of Disney magic.
If you're thinking "why would I eat Chinese at Disney?" there is a good reason. It's super popular with the locals - and it's superbly delicious! The spicy tofu would be my top pick! It combines lovely spices and aromas, but lite enough to leave you feeling energetic afterwards.
There's also the flavourful ramen, Disney style, if you are stuck for choice - you won't go run with noodles in broth any day!
The Diamond Horseshoe
The Diamond Horshoe does require a reservation so it's a good idea to plan ahead for this one, however don't be deterred, the meals here are Mickey-shaped and has motifs of Disney all over them! Average cost is around 2000-5000 yen. They also have a show during the meal to add to the excitement. Located inside Westernland.
All the meals are excellently put together to accompany the show!
Can you spot Mickey's glove?
Hungry Bear Restaurant
Hungry Bear Restaurant specialises in a heart-warming curry. Have it a few different ways depending on your palate, however, the pork cutlet curry would have to be a favourite of mine. Crispy on the outside, juicy in the middle. Combine that with a rich Japanese curry and you've got me all under your spell.
Average price here is 700-1500 yen per dish. They also have a special dietary menu available.
This is a great place to take the kids as they have a suitable Mickey-shaped plate and a delicious curry, salad and dessert to keep the kiddies interested!
Grandma Sara's Kitchen
Grandma Sara's Kitchen is located in Critter Country and offers reasonable western cuisine to suit almost anyone. They have a few different mains to choose from and a couple of nice desserts if you're looking for something a little lighter. Average price is around 1400 yen.
Meals have generous servings and come in set course. Kinda reminds you of Grandma's cooking just like the name!
A creamy dessert and coffee put the finishing touches to a perfect day!
Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall
Located in Fantasyland, Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall offers western cuisine with steaks, soups, meat patties and much more. Meals cost around 1,000 to 2,000 yen per person. They also cater to special diets.
With love and smiles from the chesire cat, meals here are enjoyed in a fun atmosphere!
Can you spot the Ace of Hearts?
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If you want to know more about different restaurants, opening hours, allergy info, average cost, or specific locations of each location inside the resort see the link below for all info on restaurants at Tokyo Disneyland.
There's a number of different ways to get to Tokyo Disneyland, mainly being bus, train, or car.
There are direct buses that take 60 mins or less from Shinjuku, Tokyo, Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Akihabara, and Yokohama stations, making it a convenient way to skip the train crowds and get there in a comfortable fashion.
If heading by train, there are plenty of lines use to get there. Best to use google maps to get the best route from your location.
If going by car, take the Urayasu exit off the Wangan expressway. It takes about 10 mins from there. Parking will set you back 2500 yen on weekdays, and 3000 yen on weekends and holidays. I would recommend taking the train or bus and spend the extra cash on food or drink when in the resort.
If you feel like being even closer you can always stay at Tokyo Disney Resort!