Disneyland Resort Area
Casual Dining, Quick Service
Named after the most magical god in the Enchanted Tiki Room, this quick-service venue is bound to appease all who enter. A spacious wraparound terrace surrounded by swaying palms is offered to him—and you—as a tranquil oasis befitting the god of the sea.
Dine alfresco under tribal-print lanterns with views of the Disneyland Hotel’s Monorail Pool and waterslide, or find a seat inside amidst Island-inspired décor. Guests of the Disneyland Hotel can even enjoy their meal poolside. And on select evenings as the sun goes down, picture yourself in the South Pacific as you unwind to the soothing sounds of live Hawaiian music.
Ordering your meal is most magical too! Make your selections on convenient touch-screen kiosks, stop by the cashier, take a number and your food will appear at your table when the tiki gods deem it ready.
Legendary Big Island Bites
Awaken to a Pacific sunrise of breakfast favorites served until 11:00 AM, including the traditional platter of bacon, eggs, potatoes and a biscuit; French toast with warm banana-caramel sauce; and grilled cinnamon-spiced oatmeal cakes with fruit compote and Greek yogurt.
Later on, paddle over for panko-crusted Island fish and chips, the Angus Hawaiian cheeseburger, Kalua pork flatbread pizza and lighter fare like the Asian chicken salad, made with red and gold bell peppers, cashews, enoki mushrooms and rice noodles. The crispy tofu salad featuring coconut panko-fried tofu marinated in ginger soy offers a meatless choice that doesn’t sacrifice flavor.
Consult the oracles at the order kiosk for omens of other delicious dinner offerings that change daily. Island entrées bestowed may include miso-crusted salmon or “katsu”-style panko-crusted chicken.
Worship at the Altar of Grab-n-Go
Praise the gods for divining your desire for a variety of different provisions you can pack in your canoe: tropical yogurt parfait, island-inspired desserts, sandwiches, boxed salads, bottled drinks and more. Those who’ve proven worthy—that is, 21 and over—can sip the nectar of the gods, known to mortals as beer!
|7:00 AM - 10:00 PM|