I cant complain about the food. Only because if you spent the whole morning waiting in line walking around, getting in line and the riding the rides in the park. My family and I would have ate anything you put in front of our face....More
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This restaurant is an experience in itself. We rode the Pirates of the Caribbean ride prior to our lunch here (note: we booked our table as soon as we arrived at the park to avoid disappointment ) It was already a thrill to see the...More
This restaurant in the New Orleans part of Disney serves a small alla carte menu. It's full table service and as a quirky aside is inside the start of the Pirates of tge Caribbean ride. I had a nice piece of fish with vegetables and...More
My husband and I love Blue Bayou and have always eaten there for our anniversary. We've done this in Disneyland and Disneyland Paris (Blue Lagoon). Tokyo Disneyland does not provide a vegetarian option in almost all of their restaurants, and this include Blue Bayou. The...More
Nice to eat classy food at Disneyland! A treat for mum and dad. Scallop soup was sensational and the trio of brûlée an exceptional dessert. Gumbo main unfortunately was not very gumbo like... more like a chicken cacciatore!
We were a little late for our priority seating, and they kept us waiting... Food was average for the price, though they do have a kids menu. Atmosphere was amazing, so worth going for that.
We went here after seeing it on the Pirates of the Carribean ride. We had to queue for about half an hour to get in, lol. Not too pricey, but more expensive than the rest of the park food. It was delicious though, food is...More
Cruising along in Pirates of the Carribean sailboats, waiting to meet Jack and be regaled about the joys of piracy, I've always wondered what it must be like to dine at Blue Bayou restaurant (seeing the ride from the other side). This year I finally...More