Two years ago my little Claire was born. This is the video we sent out a that very same afternoon, later we made it public. For her two year birthday we went to Disneyland with her.
She’s been to Disneyland more times than I had been by the time I was 20! and she’s only two, but she loves it. She gets excited every time when she realizes we are going there. This was no different.
We did a few rides, walked around the park and then we got hungry. We happened to be near Winnie the Pooh so this time we made a stop at the Hungry Bear Restaurant.
This is next to Winnie the Pooh and it fits in with the theme, hence the name.
The restaurant is pretty much glorified fast food with a simple menu. You can see the main items as you approach the restaurant. That’s classic Disneyland, great branding for their products while giving you the convenience of checking out the menu before you go to the restaurant.
The menu, like most places in Disneyland is simple. It has to be, they serve hundreds of people daily. I went for the Green Tomato Sandwich with cole slaw.
Helen had the chicken sandwich and We got the chicken breast nuggets kids meal for Claire. I wish more big places, like Disneyland would start serving non-gmo products. The kids meal, for example is NOT organic.
Our friends tried the cheeseburger and the chicken sandwich.
The Fried green tomato sandwich was good but it left me hungry. It’s no wonder the bear is hungry! All the other meals were also quite small.
It’s Disneyland so everything is more expensive. To put it on perspective, my sandwich really is about a 5 -6 dollar sandwich everywhere else (if anywhere else made this). And the same goes for the cheeseburger. But like with everything at Disneyland, you don’t pay for the product, you pay for the experience.
The restaurant is really big and it sits next to the river so you can have a really nice view. I think it’s good enough to go back again. Next time I’m going to try oen of the cheeseburgers and a cupcake. Those looked really good.