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Delectable Delights Guide to Hong Kong Disneyland’s 8 Best Eateries

Delectable Delights: Guide to Hong Kong Disneyland’s 8 Best Eateries  

If you’re spending a day in Hong Kong Disneyland, you might as well treat yourself to some delicious eats and treats. 

Food is certainly an integral part of the magical Disneyland experience, and the good news is that the dining scene here has come a long way beyond the usual hotdog and greasy burger combos. 

HK Disneyland has stepped up their game by offering food spots that are tailored to match their themed areas. Want to see what we mean? Check out our picks of the best restaurants and eateries at Hong Kong Disneyland below. 

Quick-Service Restaurants at Hong Kong Disneyland 

With all the attractions to explore and rides to try, it’s more convenient to opt for a laid-back dining vibe at one of the quick-service restaurants inside the park. Since these restaurants let you order and pay at the counter or the drive-thru area, you can expect faster service. 

These restaurants keep it simple – no fancy table service or a long list of menus. Here are some of our go-to quick-service restaurants that offer speedy service so you can return to your whimsical adventures in no time!

Comet Cafe

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Address Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, 大嶼山香港迪士尼樂園明日世界區301
Operating hoursMonday to Sunday – 11:30 AM to 8:30 PM 
Pricing $$
Must-orders Teriyaki Beef and Scramble Eggs with Rice Combo, Roasted Pork Sanuki Udon in Pork Bone Soup, Kiddie Meals 

Comet Cafe is a stylish counter-service restaurant with outdoor seating. It’s designed to look like the wings of a spacecraft, so it really fits the vibe of a futuristic space expedition in Tomorrowland.  

Comet Cafe offers two food stations serving various rice and noodles specialties. In the Rice Station, you can try a range of rice combos featuring Asian and Japanese dishes. These meals are perfect for lunch and dinner. 

While you’re here, don’t forget to check out their Specialty Noodles station, where you can try savory noodle soup dishes. Their udon combos are good picks if you’re not that hungry yet. 

Royal Banquet Hall

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Address Fl-405 (Portion), Fantasyland, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, Hong Kong 
Operating hoursFriday to Monday, Wednesday – 11:30 AM to 8 PM
Tuesday and Thursday – Closed
Pricing $$
Must-orders Xiao Long Bao, Royal Mixed Grill, Pork Dumplings, and Bento Boxes

Royal Banquet Hall is a favorite pick by many HK Disneyland visitors.  It’s a total hotspot in Fantasyland during lunchtime, so you better queue as early as you can to avoid the bustling crowd during peak hours. 

Royal Banquet Hall is not your usual quick-service diner because it features an elaborately designed and medieval-inspired hall with four food stations – Japan, Grill, International, and Entrees Royale. 

And that’s not all! This restaurant also showcases themed dining areas surrounded by statues, symbols, and accents from favorite Disney tales and princesses like Snow White, Ariel, Mulan, and more!  

Starliner Diner

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Address Hong Kong, 大嶼山香港迪士尼樂園明日世界區
Operating hoursMonday, Tuesday, Thursday – 10:30 AM to 7:30 PM 
Saturday to Sunday – 10:30 AM to 8:30 PM 
Wednesday – Closed 
Pricing $$
Must-orders Fried Chicken Basket Combo, Captain Marvel Beef Burger Combo, Kid’s Meal, Veggie Cheese Burger Combo 

If you’re wandering around Tomorrowland and plan to meet all your favorite Marvel heroes, you might want to drop by the Starliner Diner for a quick stopover. 

This Star Wars-themed eatery perfectly fits the overall theme of Tomorrowland. It’s a great photo-op spot, especially at night when its huge rockets with jets light up. 

Here, you can feast on classic theme park food favorites such as hotdogs, burgers, chicken wings, and chicken tenders. And guess what? Each meal combo is served with a side of fries, and you can swap the fries out for some chicken-flavored rice if you’re feeling extra hungry.

The twist is that the meals are also customized to fit the Marvel theme, so don’t be surprised when you see green burgers. 

Table-Service Restaurants at Hong Kong Disneyland 

For a Hong Kong Disneyland dining experience that’s tailored just for you, visit the table-service restaurants we recommend below. 

Unlike quick-service restaurants, table-service restaurants offer a better overall dining experience because they offer more interaction between the servers and the guests. This means that the guests just need to be seated at their table and be ready to be served by the waitstaff. 

Who knows? If luck’s on your side, you might just find Mickey and Minnie Mouse serving your first-ever Disney-themed meal! (Yes, it’s an actual possibility!)

Enchanted Garden Restaurant

Address Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Operating hoursMonday to Friday – 7:30 AM to 11 AM, 5:30 PM to 10 PM
Saturday and Sunday – 7:30 AM to 11 AM, 12 PM to 2 PM, 2:45 PM to 4:15 PM, 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM 
Pricing $$$
Must-orders Drink Packages (cocktails, wines, soft drinks, juices, and other non-alcoholic beverages)Buffet/character set meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)

Want to meet Mickey Mouse, Pluto, or Goofy while enjoying a Disney character-themed meal and buffet? Head out to Enchanted Garden Restaurant at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and have a magical character dining experience.  

When it comes to food and refreshments, we can say that it’s worth the expensive price tag. 

You’ll have tons of options. Since this family-friendly restaurant offers buffet stations, you can indulge in a range of tasty dishes like Japanese, Chinese, and International cuisines.

Just note that securing a table reservation is an absolute must for character dining, especially during peak season. Check the dates and times the character dining event is available and book a table several days before your visit for a seamless dining experience. 

Main Street Corner Cafe

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Address Hong Kong, Lantau Island, Main Street U.S.A, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort
Operating hoursMonday to Sunday – 11 AM to 9 PM
Pricing $$$
Must-orders Stewed Seafood with Crab Claw, Shellie May Yuzu and Raspberry Tart, Grilled Beef Tenderloin, Main Street Delight, and Disney-themed treats

Main Street Corner Cafe, just like its name implies, is a cozy corner cafe on Main Street, USA. 

It features a traditional Victorian interior and design, so it’s a nice and classy setting for dates. If you dine here in the evening, we recommend you choose a table at their enclosed patio. 

One of the iconic Disney-themed delights you definitely have to try here is The Duffy & Friends Springtime Afternoon Tea Set. This mouthwatering spread is a hearty serving of Duffy and Shellie May cakes, macarons, salad cones, chicken puff pastry, beef skewers, mini sandwiches, and so much more. 

Crystal Lotus

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Address Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Lantau Island, Hong Kong 
Operating hoursMonday to Friday – 12 PM to 2:30 PM, 6 PM to 10 PM
Saturday to Sunday – 11 AM to 3 PM, 6 PM to 10:30 PM 
Pricing $$$
Must-orders Signature Disney Friends Dim Sum, Roasted Whole Peking  Duck, Lunch Set Menu, Baked King Prawn with Ginger Spring Onion 

Crystal Lotus is an award-winning traditional Chinese restaurant situated in Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. It offers a fine dining experience but still has a casual feel to it, so you can comfortably spend your lunch and dinner here. 

However, if you want to try their signature Disney character dim sum, you’ll have to let them know the exact quantity you’ll order and book a table at least two days before your visit. Note that this dish is strictly by reservation only. 

If you’re with the kiddos, you can get them some Mike Wazowski Chicken and Shrimp Bun, Olaf Steamed Red Bun, and Three Little Pigs Pork Buns. 

Hong Kong Disneyland Restaurants for People with Special Dietary Needs

Dining out is more challenging when special dietary needs, allergies, and food intolerance come into play. 

Thankfully, there are restaurants in Hong Kong Disneyland that offer vegetarian, halal, and gluten-free options. You can also ask them for the potential allergens in the dishes they serve. 

Explorer’s Club Restaurant 

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Address Hong Kong, 廸士尼公園大嶼山 香港迪士尼樂園迷離莊園 
Operating hoursMonday to Friday – 12 PM to 7:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday – 12 PM to 8 PM 
Pricing $$$

Explorer’s Club Restaurant is part of Mystic Point. It offers an extensive menu and semi-buffet station featuring cuisines from Japan, Indonesia, Korea, and Southeast Asia. 

Just ready your wallets because most meals here fall slightly above the affordable range. 

What we appreciate most about this restaurant is that they offer vegetarian options, and all the meat ingredients used here are Halal-certified by The Incorporated Trustees of The Islamic Community Fund of Hong Kong. 

Through this, guests can enjoy their meals without worries because everything’s prepared in accordance with their dietary preferences. 

Tahitian Terrace 

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Address Hong Kong, 大嶼山香港迪士尼樂園探險世界區
Operating hoursMonday to Sunday – 11 AM to 8:30 PM 
Pricing $$

Tahitian Terrace is a vibrant Polynesian-themed restaurant nestled in Adventureland. It’s like a magic door to the islands of Hawaii because it offers traditional Hawaiian dishes and features scheduled show times of native Hula dancers.  

And, just like at Explorer’s Club Restaurant, all the meats used here are Halal-certified. The top picks in this restaurant are the Beef Rendang with Coconut Rice, Chicken Laksa, and Butter Chicken with Coconut Rice. 

Other Restaurants Serving Vegetarian and Gluten-Free Dishes 

  • Main Street Corner Cafe 
  • Enchanted Garden Restaurant 
  • Studio Lounge (upon request only)
  • Chef Mickey (upon request only)
  • Walt’s Cafe (upon request only)

Snack Stands and Kiosks at Hong Kong Disneyland 

If you’re pressed for time due to a packed itinerary or simply craving a quick bite, we recommend you skip the sit-down restaurants and go for snack bars or outdoor vending kiosks instead.  

Don’t fret! You don’t need to search high and low to find one since HK Disneyland’s themed lands are dotted with popcorn stands, hotdog stands, trolley treats, and ice cream carts. Most of them are also situated near the attractions and rides.   

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