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  • [Fun] Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

    Hey Guys,

    I thought it would be great for everyone to share their favorite and most filling Disneyland, DCA and Downtown Disney food that's under $10.00

    Here are mine:

    Harbour Galley: Next to Haunted Mansion
    BBQ Chicken & Coleslaw Baked Potato
    Broccoli Cheese Soup Bowl

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    Hungry Bear Restaurant: Critter Country
    Fried Green Tomato Sandwich
    Crispy Chicken Sandwich

    French Market
    Creamy Corn Chowder in bread bowl

    Tortilla Joes: Downtown Disney
    Carnitas Nachos

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    Carnation Cafe
    Huevos Rancheros
    Apple Granola Pancakes

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    Refreshment Corner present by Coca-Cola
    Mac & Cheese w/Bacon Bits Hot Dog
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    Last edited by Chineseandamovie; 04-30-2014, 07:44 AM.

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    Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

    agree but I also enjoy the coke corner hot dogs and award wieners then there is also the churros and twists around the park
    I :love: Fresh baked!




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    • #3
      Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

      Great post, Chineseandamovie! (Though I prefer getting my bread bowl meals in DCA.)

      Can a Dole Whip Float count as a meal?

      I'd add a meal at Whitewater Snacks inside of the Grand Californian--an AP discount makes it around $10, and we can usually get away from crowds there. And although I'd prefer taking a monorail around a lake and through a hotel lobby, I like Disneyland's proximity to Harbor Blvd. because it allows me to walk to Mimi's next door to Howard Johnson. (At Disney World I once felt uncomfortably trapped by WDW's food prices when I didn't have a rental car. Yes, I can be too frugal on vacation.)

      And since I led you off of the resort, I will officially go . . . :ot: and share my new favorite Mexican restaurant in Orange County: Sarborso! Mexican Grill on at 13129 Harbor Blvd. south of the 55, and I'm backed by a recent Yelp list (link at the bottom of this post) where it placed 61st on a list of America's 100 most highly rated eateries. South of the 55 isn't that close to Disneyland, but Harbor Blvd. is easy to find.

      Sarborso! Mexican Grill has a super-nice & excellent staff, generous servings of perfectly prepared, reasonably priced, fresh food, with attractive art on the walls, very clean restrooms, and upbeat Spanish-language pop music that I've never heard before. The hot sauce served with the chips was delicious and actually hot, made with habanero peppers. I like Orange County more because of this restaurant and the Cream Pan--see below.

      Even though it's on Harbor Blvd., it's a little challenging to find. It's on the west side of Harbor in a strip mall that has a Chuck E Cheese. If you go to the Yelp list below and look at #61 (Sarborso), you'll find a link to a map. The Yelp list is well-linked.


      (Note: a Japanese bakery in Tustin, the Cream Pan, that placed #31, is now my favorite bakery.)

      Here's a link to the Yelp list:
      Yelp Official Blog: Yelp Data Reveals Top 100 Places to Eat: Bookmark These Babies Now!
      Last edited by jcruise86; 04-28-2014, 04:50 AM.

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      • #4
        Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

        HECK YES!!! Awesome additions )

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        • #5
          Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

          Dole whip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          • #6
            Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

            Dole Whip from the Juice Bar
            Chicken Breast Nuggest from Golden Horseshoe
            Breadbowls from Harbour Galley
            "Hello folks, welcome aboard the Disneyland Railroad..."
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            • #7
              Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

              Definitely the mozzarella sticks from Golden Horseshoe (off the menu) and a corn dog!
              The music celebration puts some motion into my ocean!
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                Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                Corn dogs!
                "I do not like to repeat successes. I like to go on to other things." - Walt Disney

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                • #9
                  Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                  Originally posted by AvidTurtleTalker View Post
                  Definitely the mozzarella sticks from Golden Horseshoe (off the menu) and a corn dog!
                  Do they come with marinara?

                  Pasta or salad boardwalk pizza & pasta
                  veggie "dog" @ award wieners
                  Last edited by smartlabelprint; 04-27-2014, 09:08 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                    Originally posted by smartlabelprint View Post
                    Do they come with marinara?

                    Yup. They come with fries too so it's VERY filling
                    The music celebration puts some motion into my ocean!
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                        Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                        Originally posted by 4th gen disney fan View Post
                        corn dogs!
                        yeeeeeeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! )

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                        • #13
                          Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                          Thanks for this! We will need to make food money stretch as much as possible for lunches and dinners lol and I remember how expensive food was there 5 years ago so I'm sure prices have gone up more! I guess that McDonald's fries thing is gone?
                          Just a lurker now. ._.

                          WDW: 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2014
                          Disneyland: 1997, 2001, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2014

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                          • #14
                            Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                            Cinnamon Rolls at, basically, all of the bakeries. They used to be a bit bigger but my wife and I still split one for breakfast. 1/2 a cinnamon roll and a nice hot cup of coffee is a standard go to for breakfast in the morning for us.

                            Mark Twain at the Carnation Cafe is still under $10.00 IIRC. I haven't been since December but I think it was under 10.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Your favorite Disneyland meals under $10.00

                              Originally posted by jcruise86 View Post
                              Great post, Chineseandamovie! (Though I prefer getting my bread bowl meals in DCA.)

                              Can a Dole Whip Float count as a meal?

                              I'd add a meal at Whitewater Snacks inside of the Grand Californian--an AP discount makes it around $10, and we can usually get away from crowds there. And although I'd prefer taking a monorail around a lake and through a hotel lobby, I like Disneyland's proximity to Harbor Blvd. because it allows me to walk to Mimi's next door to Howard Johnson. (At Disney World I once felt uncomfortably trapped by WDW's food prices when I didn't have a rental car. Yes, I can be too frugal on vacation.)

                              And since I led you off of the resort, I will officially go . . . :ot: and share my new favorite Mexican restaurant in Orange County: Sarborso! Mexican Grill on at 13129 Harbor Blvd. south of the 55, and I'm backed by a recent Yelp list (link at the bottom of this post) where it placed 61st on a list of America's 100 most highly rated eateries. South of the 55 isn't that close to Disneyland, but Harbor Blvd. is easy to find. :csmile:

                              Sarborso! Mexican Grill has a super-nice & excellent staff, generous servings of perfectly prepared, reasonably priced, fresh food, with attractive art on the walls, very clean restrooms, and upbeat Spanish-language pop music that I've never heard before. The hot sauce served with the chips was delicious and actually hot, made with habanero peppers. I like Orange County more because of this restaurant and the Cream Pan--see below.

                              Even though it's on Harbor Blvd., it's a little challenging to find. It's on the west side of Harbor in a strip mall that has a Chuck E Cheese. If you go to the Yelp list below and look at #61 (Sarborso), you'll find a link to a map. The Yelp list is well-linked.


                              (Note: a Japanese bakery in Tustin, the Cream Pan, that placed #31, is now my favorite bakery.)

                              Here's a link to the Yelp list:
                              Yelp Official Blog: Yelp Data Reveals Top 100 Places to Eat: Bookmark These Babies Now!

                              Sarborso is amazing!!! That's definitely a great tip for someone doing the whole day at the park

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