If you’re looking for a foodie guide to Disneyland®, Camelot Inn and Suites is here to help. We are proud to be a designated Disney® Good Neighbor Hotel and we care about all aspects of your vacation, including your dining experiences. There are many good restaurants at Disneyland® Resort, from fine dining to food carts and everything in-between.

5 Iconic Disney® Foods

Some of the best food at Disneyland® features classic flavors that appeal to the kid inside all of us. Just as regulars to the Park have their favorite attractions, there are some treats and snacks that Park-goers continue to enjoy trip after trip. Although the list could go on for pages, we’ve narrowed down a few favorites.

  1. Crunchy, soft, sweet and warm, there’s something about a Disneyland® churro that’s undeniably yummy. With churro carts placed in several locations across both Disneyland® and Disney California Adventure® Parks, they are easy to find. In addition to the classic cinnamon and sugar, look for seasonal flavors during holidays and other special events throughout the year.
  2. Tigger Tails can be found at Pooh Corner in Critter Country, and they are worth every step it takes to find them. Made of fluffy marshmallows covered in caramel and chocolate, Tigger Tails are a hit with Park fans of all ages.
  3. If you’re wondering where to get a sweet and tangy DOLE Whip® at Disneyland® there are only two places: from the Tiki Juice Bar outside of the Enchanted Tiki Room and at the new Tropical Hideaway located directly behind the Enchanted Tiki Room. In case you don’t know, the iconic DOLE Whip® is a pineapple-flavored soft serve treat that is unique to Disneyland®. The counter also serves pineapple juice and DOLE Whip® floats—the perfect thirst-quenching treat on a warm day.
  4. Don’t leave the Park without indulging in a Mickey-shaped beignet and a New Orleans Mint Julep—non-alcoholic, of course—from the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square. The Mint Julep Bar is a walk-up window located within the patio of the French Market Square. The beignets are pillows of deep-fried goodness dusted with powdered sugar and shaped like who else, Mickey Mouse! Wash them down with a refreshing julep flavored with mint and lime and you’ll be ready to tackle the Haunted Mansion.
  5. Many visitors to the Park have never heard of a Matterhorn Macaroon, but those in the know wouldn’t pass up a chance to indulge in one of the most beautiful, and most delicious treats in Disneyland®. Inspired by Disney’s version of the snow-capped “Matterhorn” mountain, a Matterhorn Macaroon is a mile-high, chewy, sweet coconut macaroon topped with snow-white chocolate. Find this classic treat at the Mary Poppins themed Jolly Holiday Bakery Café on Main Street, U.S.A.

New Disney® Eats

Of course, a foodie can’t live on sweet treats alone. When it’s time to sink your teeth into a real meal, you may want to try one of the new restaurants introduced in 2019.

The Ballast Point Brewing Co. in Downtown Disney® features hearty appetizers, sandwiches, burgers and some unexpected upscale pub food plus plenty of craft beers for Mom and Dad to choose from.

In addition to DOLE Whip®, the Tropical Hideaway offers vegetable, chicken or beef bao buns, chips and other beverages as well.

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in the newly opened Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features several dishes that are food-allergy friendly.

For an experience no little prince or princess will forget, treat your youngster to a three-course breakfast with some of the most beloved Disney® princesses at Napa Rose restaurant located inside Disney® Grand Californian Hotel and Spa.

As one of the Disney® Good Neighbor Hotels, Camelot Inn and Suites wants your visit to Disneyland® to be memorable. Contact us for more information about planning a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth.