As I’ve mentioned before, I view Tokyo Disneyland as the best Disney Park to snack, well Tokyo DisneySea is a very close second behind Tokyo Disneyland.
Tokyo Disney Resort is the one Disney location where the snacks are of such high quality, that you can just snack all day and not need a full meal at all! I believe that this is due to the high quality/low cost of Japanese food outside of Disney.
Our first snack of the day was Gelato in Venice – Ice Cream for breakfast, hell yeah! Having never been to Italy, I can’t comment on the authenticity of it, but I loved it regardless! We got the Gelato from Gondolier Snacks and the flavours were Caramel and Strawberry & Blueberry Yoghurt. A nice place to sit outside in the sun and eat 🙂
Next Up is Sultan’s Oasis where we found 2 top notch gems…
This first one is the Maple Cream balls. I found myself slightly disappointed with this one…they didn’t have much cream and I expected them to be full on drizzled/covered in Maple Syrup, but I think they were lightly soaked. But still, a great little snack – I love the stick they give you to pick them up!
This is the Chandu Tail also from the Sultan’s Oasis. I was very cautious in trying this, as the description read “Chicken Cream”. However, it is so unique and the texture of the outside casing helped mask the creaminess. The actual flavour of the chicken was very intense. You must try this, just for something different to eat!
This one is the famed Gyoza Dog – the one snack from Tokyo DisneySea that I had heard the most about before I left – and the lines that you see above for it show how popular it is. That one window only sells the Dog, nothing else!! Since we were at Disney for Halloween, we got the Queen of Hearts version of the Gyoza Dog. I’m not sure if it was because of the food colouring, but the outside was really sweet and not that enjoyable. My initial thought was that it wasn’t worth the hype. But I will be open to trying it again next time, just in case. Found at Nautilus Galley.
After the disappointment of the Gyoza Dog, we headed to Vulcania Restaurant around the corner for some lunch. One tip – if you’re with someone else and and both a little hungry, but not starving, it’s sometimes better value to get the set menu – you typically get a starter, main and dessert, so it will sometimes work out cheaper! In this case it did – we got the special fried rice, crunchy chicken and a mango pudding with tapioca balls for dessert. All three were wonderful! Would definitely go back for the chicken alone!
Next up was more eating – this time at Magellen’s Lounge. As we came mid-afternoon, there was a small wait left from lunchtime, but we were happy to wait and in the end, it was worth it to be able to sit for a bit and relax in the lounge. I ordered a Margarita and then we split a Creme Brulee and a rich Chocolate Cake – both were incredible!
Have you been to Tokyo DisneySea before and snacked all day? What was your favourite snack to have?