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  • [Other] Dim sum with a magical Disney touch

    We have seen a lot of negative discussion on Hong Kong Disneyland since its opening, and I have no doubt this will continue to be the situation in the years to come, but for today I wanted to point you all in the direction of something that the park does get right and thats in its fantastic food offerings. Take this article from Erin De Santiago who visited the Crystal Lotus Restaurant at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel to eat Seafood Glutinous Pancakes shaped like Mickey.

    Unique Hong Kong dining: Dim sum with a magical Disney touch | CNNGo.com
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    wow - that looks amazing! I'm not certain I would ordinarily like pancakes that are made of seafood OR "glutinous"....but anything shaped like Mickey must be delicious, right?

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      Wow they are so cool! I don't know why HKDL gets negative comments as I enjoyed it immensly even if it was small the parades where fantastic!

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        Great find, thanks!

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