10 Treats to Try at Hong Kong Disneyland

You might be visiting Hong Kong Disneyland to take a spin around the Mat Hatter’s teacups or climb Tarzan’s Treehouse, but you’ll also find plenty of tasty treats to try as well. Whether you want to join Mickey himself for breakfast insider the Enchanted Garden or tuck into cheeseburgers and fries at the straight from the fifties Starliner Diner, Hong Kong Disneyland has some food you won’t want to miss. 

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    Breakfast With the Stars

    Breakfast
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    Never mind what you want to eat, think about who you want to eat with. At the Enchanted Garden restaurant inside Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, you’ll find Mickey, Donald and the rest of the gang stopping by to shake hands and take pictures. Set inside a grand Victorian style conservatory, the grand breakfast buffet is the meal to pick if you can make it here early enough. If not, stop by at lunch to dip strawberries into the milk chocolate fountain.  

    Where: Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

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    Mickey Mouse Meringues

    The wild west styled Lucky Nugget looks like it stepped straight from the set of your favorite western. You’ll find comfort food, like fish and chips or chicken nuggets, but skip the mains in favor of a sweet tooth hit. The Mickey Mouse Meringues are lollipops molded into the shape of those famous ears with a satisfying crunch and zesty flavor.   

    Where: Lucky Nugget Saloon, Grizzly Gulch 

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    An American cheeseburger

    The best bit of Americana in the park. At the Starliner Diner, you can sit down to a classic cheeseburger inside the chrome-inspired surroundings of a '50s-styled diner.  Find rockets and milky way charts on the wall inside this replica spaceport. The burger is the pick on the menu, although the chicken basket and fries runs them a close second.

    Where: Starlight Diner, Tomorrowland

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    Coca Cola Slush

    Few drinks will quench that Hong Kong humidity thirst more than a Coca-Cola Slush. Take lots of crushed ice and lots of coca cola for the perfect refreshing blend – add another HK$10 and you can have a scoop of ice cream on top.

    Where: It’s a Small World, Fantasyland

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    Guangdong BBQ

    If you want to try something local, head for the Quasimodo inspired Clopin’s Festival of Food. Here, amidst the regional dishes from across China, you’ll find that classic Hong Kong favorite BBQ pork with rice.

    Where: Clopin’s Festival of Food, Fantasyland

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    Popcorn Carnival

    The Main Street Corner café is a New York-inspired bistro serving up the best dishes from the Big Apple. Expect Reuben sandwiches, baby back pork ribs, and spaghetti with meatballs. Whatever you tuck into for your main, be sure to leave room for a bowl of the Popcorn Carnival at the end. This features vanilla ice cream stuffed with crunchy popcorn.

    Where: Main Street Corner Café, Main Street USA

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    Dim Sum

    Hong Kong’s favorite food, Dim Sum is small bite-sized snacks, such as Char Siu (fluffy dumplings stuffed with BBQ pork), that can be shared with friends.  At the Plaza Inn you can enjoy the full Dim Sum experience inside their grand dining room; try the pan-fried beef and pepper bun or shrimp stuffed dumplings. Make sure you leave space for their juicy mango pudding before you leave.

    Where: Plaza Inn, Main Street USA

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    Potato and Green Pea Curry

    Find Indian and South East Asian specialities inside a Tahitian-inspired interior of war masks and tiki huts. The potato and green pea curry is our pick, but you’ll also find Rendang beef from Malaysia and Thai chicken curry.

    Where: Tahitian Terrace, Adventureland

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    Hong Kong Egg Custard Tarts

    If you want to do dessert like a local, reach for an egg custard tart. These sweet treats are small pastries stuffed with a mix of egg and custard that’s been grilled to a crisp. It was a favorite of Hong Kong’s last governor and the dessert remains a Hong Kong icon.

    Where: Market House Bakery, Main Street

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    Cotton Candy

    Honestly, it wouldn’t be a day at the park without enjoying a stick whipped around fluffy crystallized sugar. You’ll find carts around the park selling this Disneyland classic.

    Where: Various concessions throughout the park