One of Disneyland’s most classic restaurants, Carnation coffee, has finally reopened!
If you are interested classic american coffee food I like Fried pickles, Baked potato soup, o Walt’s Chile, you may really enjoy Carnation Cafe. Reservations opened not long ago and now the the restaurant itself has been officially reopened, so come with us for a first look.
We arrived at the Carnation Cafe one fine day and visited the cast member taking names for walk-ins.
This building really embodies this classic Atmosphere on Main Street, USA!
Carnation Cafe has both interior and exterior seats.
We sat inside, with a sweet carnation vase on our table (because of course!).
Now let’s go to the food!
The Carnation Cafe’s menu includes classic menu options and some of Walt Disney’s favorite meals, such as Walt’s favorite Chile, as well as dishes like the Baked potato soup, wedge salad and chopped chicken salad.
They also serve gourmet burgers, including one Toasted Parmesan Patty Melt and the Carnation Cafe cheeseburger.
As for sandwiches and sandwiches, you can choose between Chef’s vegetable burger, a toasted turkey sandwich, short stew stewed with homemade Mac cheese and cheese, a fresh catch of the day and fried chicken.
And for dessert, there are Apple Pie in Fashion i Seasonal cheesecake.
Today we asked Walt’s Chile per $ 9, which is Abundant chili with cheese, sour cream, chives and cornbread garnish. This is one quite standard beef chili with beans, but it is so tasty and the toppings are a great addition.
We also tried the Roasted Turkey Club sandwich per $ 14, which is made with freshly cut turkey, smoked apple bacon, ripe vine tomatoes, Monterey Jack, lettuce, mayo avocado and lemon aioli in toast served with fresh fruit or a la carte chips.
We also took the Stewed short rib with Mac and cheese and seasonal vegetables per $ 23. The Mac and cheese could have used more cheese in our opinion, but the short rib was really delicious.
He Fried pickles they were 8 USD and you get it 4 large pickles. These are dill pickles that are beaten by hand in panko, fried and served with homemade sauce. It’s a pile of pickles in one bite, so you’ll want to make sure you’re a fan of pickles if you catch them.
Of course, we saved some space for dessert and grabbed the Apple Pie in Fashion per $ 9 The cake tasted like fresh homemade apple pie with a wonderful touch of cinnamon and served with a refreshing ball of vanilla ice cream.
And that’s a first look at Disneyland’s reopened Carnation Cafe. We will share one full restaurant review soon so watch this and keep reading DFB for all the news of Disney World and Disneyland restaurants and beyond.
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Will you be eating at Carnation Cafe soon? Tell us in the comments!