Updated: November 06, 2018
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7 Restaurants You Must Try At DisneySea in Japan

Get your Mickey and Minnie ears on at Tokyo DisneySea! With over 30 different places to eat and drink in the park it's a pretty hard day aready to get in to see the attractions and jump on the rides. All the hard work's done though - here's 7 restaurants you must try when visiting Tokyo DisneySea!

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Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo Disney Sea is inspired by ocean tales and legends, with seven themed areas offering a wealth of fun attractions and entertainment, bursting with imagination!

Cafe Portofino

Located in Mediterranean Harbour, Cafe Portofino serves up Italian-style western cuisine centred around past and roast meats. Prices begin at around 1,200 yen for a dish.
Choose one of the course meals that comes with a salad, main, dessert, and drink. It's all super cute with Disney motif shaped food to match. The pasta is really good too and is a popular place with DisneySea pass holders.

Cape Cod Cook-Off

Cape Cod Cook-Off is located in the picturesque American Waterfront district in DisneySea and serves hamburgers / sandwiches, delicious seafood chowder, and Mickey-shaped sweets. Prices start from around 300 yen for sides and 400 for a burger.
Sit with some cute and cuddly plush toys and enjoy your Mickey-inspired meal. Famously delish here is the Cod Burger! Yum! Only 380 yen.

Horizon Bay Restaurant - Disney Character Dining

Meet your favourite Disney characters her at Horizon Bay Restaurants! All their meals a Disney inspired meals and a priced between 2000-4000 yen per person. What's special about is that you get to dine and meet the Disney characters. Located in the Port Discovery area.
A full course like this will set you back 3,020 yen and includes your 2 choices of soup, salad, dessert; one entree, bread or rice; and one choice of the selection of soft drinks. This place is kinda the way to go if you want the full DisneySea experience!

Miguel's El Dorado Cantina

For mexican cuisine for under 1000 yen, head to Miguel's El Dorado Cantina in the Lost River Delta district. At these prices you definitely can't go wrong with this for lunch.
Meat tacos, quesadillas, nachos and a cold beer - what else can't you need! Prices start at 970 yen for tacos, more for combo meals.

Casbah Food Court

Casbah Food Court is located in the Arabian Coast area within the park. They serve tasty Indian curries for under 1000 yen. It definitely reminds me of Aladdin!
The standard beef curry and naan will cost less than 1000 yen, but if your after something a little bigger why not get something like the 3 Curry set with a side of tandoori chicken - only 1280 yen. Not bad for a decent lunch!

Sebastian's Calypso Kitchen

Go "down under the sea" with Sebastion the crab and enjoy a meal in the this fantasy-themed restaurant. Sebastian's Calypso Kitchen is located in the Mermaid Lagoon section of the park and serves up a western affair - soup, pizza, burgers, and sandwiches.
If you end up here, why not shell out for the this scallop and cream shell burger (see what I did there!). This with fries and a drink will cost 930 yen. Not bad for a dinner date under the sea!

Vulcania Restaurant

Serving up yummy Chinese cuisine is Vulcania Restaurant in the Mysterious Island area. Meals cost around 1000-2000 yen per person. There's a few dishes on the menu that a Disney inspired too.
A meal like this one here with all the trimmings with cost you around 1700 yen. It seems like a lot of food but if you share it might be worth it. Check out the Goofy motif on the dim sum!
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