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  • Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

    Are there any sites anywhere with menus from the Tokyo Disney Resort? We're beginning to contemplate where we want to eat.

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    Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

    http://www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/t...est_other.html

    http://www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/t...est_other.html

    These are nice little features. They don't have full menues just general in case you don't quite know what the restaurants offer.

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    • #3
      Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

      On the TDL Japanese page, I was able to find some special Xmas dishes/snacks you might be interested in. If you need help with any of the Japanese, I`m sure someone here will know


      http://www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/x...dl/menu01.html

      http://www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/x...dl/menu02.html

      http://www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/x...dl/menu03.html

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        Ooooh, tasty looking. Thanks. I can read a little, although I'd swear they have a sandwich called "berry breast." Cranberries and turkey maybe?

        I was kind of hoping that someone had a fan site devoted to the food offerings at TDR. I may have to take a lot of food pictures and start one after my next trip;-)

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        • #5
          Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

          Queenie, where do you see the "berry breast"?

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            Originally posted by nish221 View Post
            Queenie, where do you see the "berry breast"?
            In the Crystal Palace area, there is a picture of something that looks like bagel or croissant sandwiches decorated with little red and white things. The katakana reads "ba ri bu re su to." The only thing I can figure out that it means is berry breast, which made me think it was some kind of cranberry turkey sandwich. What do you think it means?

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              Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

              Originally posted by Queenie View Post
              In the Crystal Palace area, there is a picture of something that looks like bagel or croissant sandwiches decorated with little red and white things. The katakana reads "ba ri bu re su to." The only thing I can figure out that it means is berry breast, which made me think it was some kind of cranberry turkey sandwich. What do you think it means?
              Oh,... I see it... It reads "pa ri bu re su to"... You can enlarge the font with control-+.
              So... that's "Paris Breast". (Oh, that can be taken SO badly! Moderators, I'm innocent!)

              It's breast of turkey on a croissant sandwich
              Last edited by nish221; 11-01-2006, 12:58 PM. Reason: grammar error.

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              • #8
                Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                Thanks. I have a Mac and haven't figured out how to enlarge the font--it looked like two little lines rather than a circle.

                I'm not at all sure if Paris breast is much of an improvement over berry breast.

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                • #9
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                  HI everyone. Greetings from Tokyo. My first post here. Just wanted to let you know that I started a blog on TDR but have started to compile a menu for TDR. I hope you find it useful for your trip planning and make sure to make priority seating reservations if you want to eat at the sit-down restaurants. By the way, I love this forum!

                  http://tdresort.blogspot.com/
                  http://www.tdsfood.blogspot.com/
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                    Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                    Originally posted by Queenie View Post
                    Are there any sites anywhere with menus from the Tokyo Disney Resort? We're beginning to contemplate where we want to eat.
                    In TDL "Queen of Hearts" is a great environment to eat as it is as if you are dining in an Alice Ride. Next door to Pooh Ride. VERY themed and the food is pretty good.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                      Originally posted by Shinichi View Post
                      HI everyone. Greetings from Tokyo. My first post here. Just wanted to let you know that I started a blog on TDR but have started to compile a menu for TDR. I hope you find it useful for your trip planning and make sure to make priority seating reservations if you want to eat at the sit-down restaurants. By the way, I love this forum!

                      http://tdresort.blogspot.com/
                      http://www.tdsfood.blogspot.com/
                      Thank you, Shinichi, that was just beautiful.

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                        Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                        Originally posted by Cousin Orville View Post
                        In TDL "Queen of Hearts" is a great environment to eat as it is as if you are dining in an Alice Ride. Next door to Pooh Ride. VERY themed and the food is pretty good.
                        Actually, the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall" is located in between Haunted Mansion and IASW. Pooh's Hunny Hunt is next door to Toontown and IASW.
                        But I agree.. I love eating at that particular location as it is one of the best themed areas at TDL. However.. portions are small, and the normal price for food there for one person can be from $18-$30.

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                          Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                          I agree TDLFAN portions are very small at the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall.However its also very nice food and I think the portions are small for the reason that it will have guest still feeling hungry who will than buy a snack later on in the day.Probarely why the Gyoza Sausage Buns are a hit and all the differn't flavours of popcorn.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                            On my Tokyo page http://users.tpg.com.au/adslgroh/japan/TOKYO.htm about 1/3 of the way down you can see what I had at the Queen Of Hearts Banquet Hall.

                            Rice, Soup, Salad & Steak for lunch- I was so stuffed I couldn't move. (Next time I won't order the salad or soup)

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                              Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                              Oh, by the way, Paris Breast (pronounced pari breast) is a pastry that's like a cream puff. It's usually filled with custard and/or whipped cream and sometimes filled with fruits. They're pretty good!
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                                Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                                Originally posted by Malin View Post
                                I agree TDLFAN portions are very small at the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall.However its also very nice food and I think the portions are small for the reason that it will have guest still feeling hungry who will than buy a snack later on in the day.Probarely why the Gyoza Sausage Buns are a hit and all the differn't flavours of popcorn.
                                I don't know about them offering small portions just to keep people hungry, but I do agree the food is great there and I have never had a bad meal at the Queen's. The Unbirthday Cake is FAB!

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                                • #17
                                  Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                                  I must agree, I love the food at Queen's, especially the Rotisserie Chicken. The unbirthday cake is great but usually have to split it with a friend because it's pretty big for me. i'm getting hungry now.
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                                  • #18
                                    Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                                    Can anyone recommend the lunch in the dining room aboard the S.S. Columbia? I'll be there in March and wanted to try this. I can't find any reviews or menus on this restaurant. Thanks.

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                                      Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                                      This was the menu about a couple of years ago at the SS Columbia Dining Room so it may not reflect the exact menu currently available. However, it will give you an idea of prices and selection. Figures are item price in yen.

                                      LUNCH MENU

                                      * Appetizers Duck Confit with Sweetened Soy Sauce: 810
                                      * Salmon Tartar with Whole-Grain Mustard Sauce: 830

                                      * Soups Roasted Corn Chowder: 440
                                      * Six-Onion with Parmeson Croutons: 530

                                      * Salads S.S. Columbia House Salad: 630
                                      (Belgian endive, radicchio, spinach, and carrot with creamy dill dressing)
                                      * Tomato, Spinach, and Onion with Shallot-Red Wine Dressing: 730
                                      * Poached Tiger Shrimp and Marinated Vegetables with Sherry Vinaigrette: 880

                                      * Entrees Grilled Free-Range Chicken Breast: 1,700
                                      (Seasoned with rosemary and garlic, served with sage-roasted potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and orange sauce)
                                      * Grilled Swordfish: 1,750
                                      (With sage-roasted potatoes and fresh seasonal vegetables)
                                      * Mustard Sage-Crusted Pork Chop: 1,850
                                      (With a dry fig sauce, mashed potatoes and maitake maushrooms)
                                      * Mixed Grill: 1,900
                                      (Grilled lamb chop, tiger shrimp and ostrich, with sage-roasted potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and choice of sauce)
                                      * Seasonal Fish: 1,900
                                      (Please ask your server about the day's fresh catch)
                                      * Sirloin Steak: 2,050
                                      (With batter-fried onion rings and choice of sauce)

                                      FOR YOUNGER FOLKS (up to age 8)

                                      * Hand-formed burger served on a bun with fried shrimp, french fries, and a chocolate sundae for dessert: 900

                                      DESSERTS & BEVERAGES

                                      * A variety of dessert items are available daily. Prices vary.
                                      * A wide range of soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are available. Prices vary.


                                      DINNER MENU

                                      * Appetizers Marinated Salmon and Potato Pancake: 910
                                      (With dill sauce)
                                      * Seafood Cocktail with Papaya Salsa: 930
                                      * Smoked Duck Breast: 1,010
                                      (With mixed greens and apple salad)
                                      * Beef Carpaccio: 1,330
                                      (With mixed greens, udo and spicy Chinese miso dressing)
                                      * Sauteed Foie Gras: 1,530
                                      (With daikon, mashed potatoes, and wasabi and sherry sauces)

                                      * Soups Mussel Bisque: 630
                                      * Onion Gratin: 730

                                      * Salads S.S. Columbia House Salad: 680
                                      (Belgian endive, radicchio, spinach, and carrot with creamy dill dressing)
                                      * Caesar: 910
                                      (With crispy bacon strips)
                                      * Poached Tiger Shrimp and Marinated Vegetables with Sherry Vinaigrette: 880

                                      * Entrees Sauteed Free-Range Chicken: 1,800
                                      (Half chicken seasoned with garlic, served with sage-roasted potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and orange sauce)
                                      * Seasonal Fish: 1,900
                                      (Please ask your server about the day's fresh catch)
                                      * Rack of Lamb: 2,030
                                      (With sage-roasted potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and choice of sauce)
                                      * Grilled Prawns: 2,250
                                      (With roasted potatoes and fresh seasonal vegetables)
                                      * Grilled Veal Chop: 2,550
                                      (With sage-roasted potatoes, maitake mushrooms and choice of sauce)
                                      * Roast Prime Rib: 2,850
                                      (With sage-roasted potatoes and fresh seasonal vegetables)
                                      * New York Sirloin Steak: 2,850
                                      (With batter-fried onion rings, maitake mushrooms and choice of sauce)
                                      * Grilled Beef Filet: 2,950
                                      (With batter-fried onion rings, maitake mushrooms and choice of sauce)

                                      5% consumption tax will be added to the prices above.

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                                        Re: Any Tokyo Disney restaurant menu resources?

                                        Shinichi thanks for the blog...oh the memories...too much kareoke and super chu-hi...have to get back
                                        Last edited by audibleatom; 12-19-2006, 08:34 AM. Reason: duh me
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