Tomorrowland Terrace Review – Disneyland/Tomorrowland

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Reviews of Disneyland Tomorrowland Terrace Fuel up before you blast off. Enjoy a space-tacular dining experience on the shaded terrace at this intergalactic eatery that serves up the best burgers in the galaxy.

Visit The Mouse for Less Tomorrowland Terrace Menu.

Cuisine:  American, Vegetarian, Healthy Selections

Service Type:  Quick Service

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

Meals Served:  Lunch, Dinner, Snack

Location:  Tomorrowland

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7 Replies to “Tomorrowland Terrace Review – Disneyland/Tomorrowland”

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    Who: Valcarce Family

    Where: Tomorrowland Terrace, Disneyland Park

    When: June 11th, 2013

    What: Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, Breakfast Egg Platter, Kids Meal Breakfast, Kids Meal Small Bottle of Water

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $22.65

    Rate the following 4
    Food: 4
    Service: 4

    Atmosphere: 4 – where there isn’t a show there’s not much to look at
    Okay for Children: Yes – especially if you time it with the Jedi Training Academy, which you can watch from here
    Okay for Couples: No, unless you happen to like that band that is playing at the time

    Be Sure to Try: I wish I had gotten the kids’ breakfast – it came with fruit and turkey bacon instead of regular bacon.

    General tips: Ate here at 8:19 AM and had no problem getting a table in the shade

    MouseForLess Tip: Time this right and you get dinner and a show for the price of a counter service meal!

    Extra Comments: I usually don’t waste my park time eating breakfast, but when early entry gets you in at 7:00 AM, you don’t have a choice!

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    What: Lunch – Bacon Cheeseburger and Fries

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $$

    Comments: Cheeseburger was cold, bun was hard, veggies and fries were limp

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    What: I went there for breakfast and ordered the croissant sandwich combo.

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $6.99 for a sandwich, fried potatoes, and milk.

    service is super-fast, which is great, especially when you arrive early to the Park having not yet eaten breakfast!

    very retro/space age/1960s…great if you miss the “old” Tomorrowland!

    GREAT for kids! I remember eating here when I was little; it was my favorite restaurant at the Park! Try to schedule your meal for when the “Jedi Training Academy” show is going on!

    Kind of noisy & not particularly “romantic”, but fun to go to together if you both remember eating there as kids!

    General Tips: Definitely look at your park guide and try to catch lunch AND a showing of the Jedi Training Academy. Watching those kids turn into “padawans” was fabulous.

    MouseForLess Tip: Maybe I’ve got a smaller than usual appetite, but I couldn’t finish my fries. I could have happily shared them with someone.

    Extra Comment: There are tons of tables, but not all of them are in the shade.

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    What: lunch – 1/3 pounder cheeseburger combo (came with fries) and a Diet Coke

    Approximate Price of Entrees: $11.08

    the cheeseburger was much better than it was when we visited here in October 2007. And the fries tasted very fresh. counter service, perfectly fine, nothing outstanding IF you catch the Jedi Training Academy Show

    Okay for Children: YES! Especially if you catch the show – the kids went nuts for it.

    Okay for Couples: No, unless the two of you met at a Star Wars convention and got married dressed as Wookiees.

    Be Sure To Try: The croissant breakfast sandwich combo was a good deal- freshly prepared, lots of food, tastes like something you’d order at a full-service restaurant & not like something you’d get at a fast food place. Includes a drink, so it’s a great deal.

    General Tips: Try to go when the “Jedi Training Academy” show is happening! It’s also a good place to eat dinner, when all the lights of Tomorrowland come on!

    MouseForLess Tip: The potions are HUGE! Such a good deal!

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    What: Lunch, 2 cheese burger combos, fruit plate

    family dining at it’s best.

    General Tips: I asked for and got carrots instead of fries on the burger. The burgers were really good. Much better than at other locales. Don’t know if this was because we were really hungry ? or not. The fruit was fresh, cold, and really good !!

    Dollarless Tip: Big portions. Bring your own water bottles or drinks with you. Or ask for bottled water instead of soda.

    Extra Comment: Fun watching the kids learn to be jedi warriors. Centrally located in tomorrowland, lots of tables with shade.

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    What: Lunch
    turkey sandwich, roast beef sandwich, fresh fruit bowl

    we watched the jedi program for kids. Very cute.

    Be Sure To Try: fresh fruit bowl. Fresh, cold, really good.

    General Tips: We wanted the turkey sandwich without the bacon. We were asked to come back after ordering in 5 min. They special made the sandwich to order.

    Dollarless Tip: We brought our own bottles of water, and asked for cups of ice. at 2.79 a drink, that saved us a good chunck of change.

    Extra Comment: Sandwiches were fresh and better than the usual burger and fries.

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    What: Snack – apple fries and funnel cake

    New star wars show is amazing. Might be a little scary for 4 and under if not for warned. About 20- 30 kids picked from the show audience to train as Jedi nights, when all the the sudden Strom Troopers come running from the restaurant to see what’s going on. Darth Mal and Darth Vader come up on the under ground stage and the kids get to fight them. As the mom, I was completely taken in. One of the best interactive shows I’ve ever seen at Disneyland. Although my son-8 was disappointed he wasn’t picked and we tried twice , but he still enjoyed it. I have a shy six old , she was nervous but enjoyed the show from a distance. My four year old liked it too.

    Okay for Couples: “Yes” If you love star wars don’t miss the show. Perfect place to rest, see a show, and have snack if you don’t mind noise. After all they are fighting the dark side. A must see for any Star Wars fan, makes you wish you were a kid again.

    Be Sure To Try: Apple fries and Brownie funnel cake to die for. Hamburgers and fries are good too.

    General Tips: Best time to find seating is shortly after a show ends. Have someone stand in line and order food with a helper, if you have a large group; and have someone look out for a table.

    Dollarless Tip: These could include advice on portion size,
    discounts that might be available such as
    annual pass or anything that might save
    money.

    Extra Comment: If you just go for the show it’s worth it. Everyone except 6 six year old totally blown away.

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