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  • [Idea] Mulan's Chinese Cuisine

    Think about food at Disneyland--there's pizza, Mexican, comfort food, and pretty much everything else. But there's one major exception: Asian food. I think a Mulan-themed Chinese restaurant would be a great addition to the park. I could be located near IASW, on the way towards Toontown. The menu would be simple--Mushu's Pork, Li Shang's eggrolls, etc. It would also be tied in with IASW, since the ride covers all cultures.

    Does anyone else like this idea of a Chinese restaurant? I look forward to hearing your responses!
    Last edited by hbwriter; 12-08-2008, 06:21 PM.

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    I like this idea.
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      I would be happy if they'd just reopen the chinese food place in DCA.
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        I would love the idea of any restaurant that isn't a corn dog, a hamburger joint, or fried chicken. So works for me.

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          I wonder if they could work that rebranding into the closed place in DCA? I think a kind of faded, subtle look featuring Mulan characters and dishes would work.

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            I think that would be awesome!
            For certain you must be lost to find the places that can't be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was.

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              Originally posted by BFJen View Post
              I would be happy if they'd just reopen the chinese food place in DCA.
              When was it EVER open? I have been going to DCA since it was about 9 months old and I have never seen that place open. What a waste!

              That whole area is a disaster that needs to be addressed. It really is just a food court with 2 company-sponsored eateries (which puts the Chinese place out of competition) and nothing else. Early on, they would have music there, which was a draw for me (beer, music...).

              But back to the point: I agree - the resort would benefit from a nice, themed Chinese food option.

              Good post.
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                Great idea!


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                  Not a bad idea at all. There's a spot just to the east of IASW where it might work.

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                  • #10
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                    It'd be nice to have some more variety, although I don't know if I'd ever go there--particularly since I'm so used to LA's chinatown (prices and quality).

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                      I have been wanting this for a long time. I love a good burger, but sometimes a chicken rice bowl sounds good.

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                        Originally posted by hbwriter View Post
                        Think about food at Disneyland--there's pizza, Mexican, comfort food, and pretty much everything else. But there's one major exception: Asian food. I think a Mulan-themed Chinese restaurant would be a great addition to the park. I could be located near IASW, on the way towards Toontown. The menu would be simple--Mushu's Pork, Li Shang's eggrolls, etc. It would also be tied in with IASW, since the ride covers all cultures.

                        Does anyone else like this idea of a Chinese restaurant? I look forward to hearing your responses!
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                          Yeah, Chinese food is good. Now if only they'd have a good fish place next to it, it'd drive me crazy in terms of what to choose.

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                            Asian fusion restaurant in Adventureland - similar to stuff that was at the Tahitian Terrace, but with a wider variety on the menu, with Japanese and Chinese cuisine thrown in.




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                              The resort has a Japanese restaurant in Paradise Pier hotel, but you're right, they do need something else.


                              Although I'm very unfavorable of your choice in dishes! Li Shang's Eggrolls? I'd like to try some of Mulan's buns personally. hahahahaha


                              But yah, I'm just thinking of where would the best fit. Oh yah... Tomorrowland. The future is fusion. In the future, no style is hard to find. It's all available. Tell the computer to replicate anything you want!

                              But realistically, they should just find a way to make it work in DCA. If there's a way to make an extension of the Golden State with a little Chinatown, they could service that right there. And heck, if they wanted a stupid excuse to add a Mulan ride in a CA theme park, that's the way to do it (although I don't really want them to).


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