Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port Review – Disneyland/Tomorrowland

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Reviews of Disneyland Redd Rockett's Pizza Port Step into the future on a Port somewhere far away in outer space and try humanity’s still popular favorite: pizza. It’s so good here, it’s out of this world!

Visit The Mouse for Less Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port Menu.

Cuisine:  Vegetarian, Healthy Selections, Italian

Service Type:  Casual Dining

Price Range:   $ ($10 per person or less) *

Meals Served:  Lunch, Dinner

Location:  Tomorrowland

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10 Replies to “Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port Review – Disneyland/Tomorrowland”

  1. Review -Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port, Disneyland Park
    Who: Valcarce Family

    Where: Tomorrowland
    When: January 23rd, 2016

    What: dinner
    Items ordered: Large bottle of water, BB-8 Rice Krispy Treat, Kid’s Apple Juice, Kid’s pizza with apples and carrots, Forest of Endor Pasta, Slice of Cheese Pizza, Slice of Pepperoni Pizza
    Cost: $43.14

    Rate the following: 4
    Food: 4 – The pasta was spicy and the veggies in it were fresh and crisp.
    Service: 4 – Our cashier’s name tag said she was from Alderaan. I told her “I’m so sorry” and she sighed, completely in character and said, “I don’t want to talk about it.” Hilarious!

    Atmosphere: 4
    Okay for Children: Casual place – indoor, air conditioned seating with a retro future theme
    Okay for Couples: Not very romantic.

    Be Sure to Try: The Forest of Endor Pasta was so good, but be warned that there’s a lot of red pepper flakes in there.

  2. Review -Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port, Disneyland Park
    Who: Valcarce Family

    Where: Tomorrowland
    When: September 26, 2015

    What: dinner
    Items ordered: Asian Chicken Salad, Chicken Fusilli, Slice of Cheese Pizza, Soda
    Cost: $32.68

    Rate the following: 4
    Food: 4 – The salad was surprisingly crisp and yummy. The fusilli was quite good. The pizza, although large, was pretty disappointing.
    Service: 4 – this was at 5:08pm and there wasn’t a long line. A very nice CM at the exit overheard us talking about finding a water fountain to refill out water bottle, and she immediately reminded us that we could do that at the soda fountain and get colder water.

    Atmosphere: 4
    Okay for Children: Casual place – indoor, air conditioned seating with a retro future theme
    Okay for Couples: Not very romantic.

    Be Sure to Try: The Asian Chicken Salad was surprisingly good – tender chicken, crisp greens, tangy mandarin oranges and not too much dressing.

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    This is a lot better than I expected. They have tons of seating even though it doesn’t look like it when you walk up to it. This is cafeteria style, but the attendants are very helpful. When I went to order my spaghetti without cheese on it one of the attendants made certain to inform me that the meatballs also had some cheese in them. The portions are also quite large. I have heard they will even make Gluten-free meals upon request.

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    Have never tried the pizza…tried the chicken alfredo and now that’s my go to order.

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    I wouldn’t call this the best pizza I ever had, but it is good. During a trip to Disney, there are three absolute must eat-at places there and this is one of them. The pizza is good and so is the pasta (I have only tried the chicken one but my sister says the other two are great as well).

    While the price is a little high for a single slice, the slice is actually a pretty big portion.

    When my fiance and I eat here, our total comes out to around $25 bucks. I get a slice of pizza and a milk. She gets the pasta and a milk and we also get the breadsticks.

    Give it a shot and if you want your slice easy on the sauce just let the cast member know. Every time I asked, he went back and had the chef make me one with light sauce.

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    What: Pizza with milk, water, bread

    Food is good, from some areas they can watch Honey I Shrunk the Audience Pre-show.

    Be Sure to Try: The pizza is the best in the resort, out of the resort too!

    General tips: If you go to the back of the room, sliding doors lead you to a another dining space, which is less crowded usualy.

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    What: lunch – pizza and pasta

    Be Sure to Try: Pasta

    General tips: Gets really busy and is hard to find a place to sit.

    Extra Comments: Didn’t like that it was so crowded. I wouldn’t choose to eat here again because it was so crowded. It took about 10 minutes to find some place to eat and I was there in the late afternoon.

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    What: Pizza Fusilli

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $6.75

    Be Sure to Try: Pasta

    General tips: more seating

    Dollarless tips: none

    Extra Comments: Free refills

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    What: Lunch: Countdown Chicken Fusilli

    very nostalgic “Future”…..campy…
    Not the most romantic, but if you’re hungry, is that even a consideration? After all, you’re in Tomorrowland, not Paris….

    Be Sure to Try: Pasta for sure and the Bread

    General tips: Gets crowded around lunchtime, but it’s Buffeteria style so you shouldn’t be waiting all that long…Used to work there and the lines don’t really back up unless you have table shortages or very crowded park that day

    Dollarless tips: Share your food…it’s a lot for one unless you’re one of those Ultimate Eating contestants…No discounts as far as I can recall….

    Extra Comments: They need to make this pasta available in Downtown Disney…I don’t want to fork over $50 just to eat a $ 8 plate of food….

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    What: Dinner, Fusili Pasta and a drink

    Approximate Price of Entrees: It fed both me and my sister, the pasta was about $7.00 and the drink was like $1.75

    Be Sure to Try: Both of their pastas, forget the names but they are good, also the bread.

    General tips: Quiet in the back, I really don’t normally get a drink (that’s my little protest though, they charge too much) buy 3-pack minute maid drinks before you go at your local grocery store, for the price of one (bottled) at the park. But I really suggest (If there is a band playing) going to the club buzz stage with your food, and maybe even scoring a desert there too.

    Dollarless tips: Ahh said that too, drinks before, share a meal, yadda yadda.

    Extra Comments: I have heard the salad is decent but the pizza isn’t great, my sisters and I always go there and (when we have all 3 of us) we easily share 2 pastas.

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