What to Eat at Disneyland

Updated June 27, 2020.

It’s everyone’s favorite: What I Ate Wednesday! This week it’s coming at you from sunny Disneyland in Anaheim, California! There are plenty of iconic Disney and Disney Holiday foods to enjoy at Disneyland when we were there in November, but to be honest, we didn’t have time to sit and take it all in with just 30 hours there! In an effort to be honest about our travels, here’s a look at what we ate (and a few things we wish we had room for)!


This is an instance of just how Disneyland is–lots of lines, lots of waiting, and always rushing. We picked up breakfast to go on our only morning here, but we didn’t have a chance to take a picture of it! We had to get in line for bag checks before the park opened to make sure we could make the most of our time there. My husband Steve and I both got breakfast sandwiches, coffee, and also got a cherry pastry! We ate it in line and didn’t even sit down!


Coffee Break

Well, the Royal Street Veranda in New Orleans Square claimed to have “specialty coffee,” but really that just meant your choice of a mocha or a latte (and a few flavors to choose from). It definitely perked us up and powered us through the long day, though!



Good news! We did make time to sit down and have lunch at both lunchtime opportunities! Steve got a beef something-or-other sandwich from the Jolly Holiday Bakery, and I got a Caprese sandwich. The next day we both got the Cobb salad from the Plaza Inn restaurant–right before running into the Evil Queen! The Jolly Holiday was actually our first stop in the park when we arrived around noon. We were so hungry! It might have been my favorite stop! I was surprised at the speed of the service at all the places where we ordered food or beverages, too.


We had one opportunity for supper while we were there, and we picked take out from a pizza place. Our bodies were definitely still three hours ahead, so by the time we left the park around 5:00pm, we needed food and sleep! That’s two kinds of pizza, mac and cheese, and salad. The little chocolates were a nice touch from turn-down service at the hotel!

Sweet Treats

YUM! I only partook of a few of these treats–the Yule Log was the best! Next time I’ll have to try one of the Minnie Mouse apples!

Have you tried the food at Disneyland? What was the best?

For more food adventures, check out my World Foods Page! And for all my all-American fun, peruse my United States Page!

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