Nice place to relax during our Disneyland trip with friends. We ate here twice at lunch time. Food and service were very good. Best part was very little wait time.
We brought our kids to Disneyland and we were having lunch and couldn't find anything decent within the park that wasn't totally greasy or probably give you a minor heart attack. So we decided to walk out of the park a bit and even though we had to exit and re-enter the lines weren't too long. We walked by and... More
Because it is conveniently located in Downtown Disney right next to the Disneyland entrance, we stopped into the new sit down side of this cafe, for a good breakfast before going into California Adventure. The meal was good, and service was very good!
Great for breakfast and lunch. Have not been disappointed with the food on the restaurant side, it just needs to open before the parks open for breakfast.
We had breakfast before hitting Disneyland. Everything was great. Service and food were both excellent. Pancakes light and fluffy and the taste to die for. Apple Wood bacon was the best I have ever had, or I was starving. lol. Can not wait to have breakfast there again.
Of course, you come here for the bread, and for me...the Olive Bread. Great bread basket before the meal ensures that I will have left-overs to take home. The food is casual and wholesome and I look forward to this meal every time I go to Downtown Disney!
After a long day at Disneyland, you don't want to stand in another 20-minute line just to get a cup of coffee before driving home, so I decided to try a mocha from La Brea Bakery. I recommend waiting in line at the new Starbucks in the parks or getting a much cheaper, tastier coffee from the nearby McDonald's drive-through... More
longer lines during the usual breakfast, lunch hrs...but good place to grab a panni and drink. great service.
We chose to eat here to celebrate our son-in-law's birthday, assuming we could order cake for dessert since it was a bakery. Dinners were pricey ($17 for a hamburger) but tasty, although the French fries were certainly nothing special. They don't bake cakes. We didn't bother with dessert. However, they do serve champagne. Probably would not bother eating here again.
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