It should go without saying that the Tokyo Disney Resort is my favourite in the world. Part of the reason (read: a REALLY BIG reason) is the snacks. They just have such a high caliber of snacks that isn’t matched anywhere in the world!
Tokyo Disney Resort is, in fact, somewhere I could snack all day and not require a full meal at any stage – the snacks are that good! This post is just going to focus on Disneyland, you can check out the DisneySea snacks here. I’m not sure if this is a mindset of using foreign currency, but at home, I loathe coins and carrying them around. When I was in Japan however, I loved them! As soon as I got more coins, I would race to one of my favourite snack places to get another one!
This beauty is the Mango Tapioca drink from Squeezers Juice Bar. This was definitely my favourite drink – I went back for one whenever I had some spare coins!
This is from Boiler Room Bites and is officially called The Glove Shaped Sandwich. However, we lovingly called in the “Handwich” – see what I did there 😉 It was an interesting flavour combo as the bun is slightly sweet to counteract the savoury Pork, but I really liked it!
Before you ask, this is not a Turkey Leg like the US. It is a Teriyaki Chicken Leg from Skippers Galley. It had quite a bit of meat on it, just not quite the big Teriyaki hit I was expecting.
Tokyo Disney Resort is known for it’s seasonal Churro flavours and this beauty is from their Halloween range. You can get this from Peco Bill’s Cafe. This flavour is Pumpkin and Maple. It was odd flavour combo of sweet and savoury, but still quite nice!
This was also from Peco Bill’s Cafe. it is a Pork and Rice roll – pretty self-explanatory. This one was a bit of a let down as the Bacon wasn’t as crispy as I thought it would be, so everything was a little soft…go for the Churro!
This was without a doubt, the best snack I had at Tokyo Disney. It’s found at Racketty’s Racoon Saloon – what an amazing name to begin with! It’s a little hidden away behind the “Splash Mountain” ride, if you can’t find it – ask a cast member. This particular treat from there is the critter sundae and they do seasonal varieties and this one is again the Halloween one. Inside it is crushed chocolate cookies, cornflakes, a swirl of pumpkin and milk soft serve, pumpkin seeds, a chocolate ghost and a cinnamon Mickey Churro. I love the cornflakes in it for crunch to go with the soft serve!
This is from the Village Pastry and is a Tipo Torta. It’s a pastry outer with a soft centre. I got the Blueberry pastry one which has cream cheese in the centre. It was actually amazing! I was really surprised! It definitely needed the cream cheese to bring it all together though.
Next is to Toontown and to Mickey’s Trailer to get this Pizza Spring Roll. The outside is so crisp and crunchy, but the cheese inside is so oozy and yum! Be careful – they are so hot, but the smell will want you to hoover it up quickly.
Whilst in Toontown, we also went to Hewey, Louie and Dewey’s Good Time Cafe. We originally went here for the sandwich they have, but unfortunately the Halloween version was a seafood one, so that was off the table. Instead I got the White Sour Mickey Tapioca Drink. It wasn’t too sour, more lemonade-y. And the tapioca in the shape of Mickey’s were gorgeous!
Now, I would not be exaggerating if I said that these little guys sealed the deal on going to Tokyo Disney for me – the little Green Alien Mochi balls. The green aliens are one of my favourite pixar characters – controversial I know haha – so I had to get them! The outside is a smooth and slightly sticky bean paste, with custard filling the inside of them. They had strawberry, chocolate and vanilla. The strawberry was my definite favourite as the chocolate was a little too stickly sweet.
This was our late night snack before heading back to the hotel from Tomorrowland terrace – Mickey Chicken Nuggets. Pretty standard, with an extra layer of cute!
Have you been to Tokyo DIsneyland and just snacked all day? What was your favourite?