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Undercover DivaTucked away in the trees between the three towers of the Disneyland Hotel is Tangaroa Terrace. Described as ‘Casual Island Dining’ the restaurant is themed after The Enchanted Tiki Room and is named after the most magical gods from the attraction. Once you walk into the island themed restaurant you walk up to a menu kiosk where you order your food. I don’t really understand why you don’t pay here as well, but then you walk over to a cashier where you pay for your order. It seems to me that if you are going to have a kiosk to order from that cuts out the middle man, that you would pay there as well, or you would just have a human to order from. It seems like an unnecessary extra step to me but it was still different and interesting.

They have two different menus, one for breakfast, and one for lunch and dinner, but they both have island inspiration.
Breakfast
Breakfast Platter – Scrambled eggs, bacon, roasted potatoes amd a biscuit – $6.99
Breakfast Wrap – Scrambled eggs, ham Avocado and shredded cheese in a whole wheat wrap, served with roasted potatoes – $6.99
Egg White, vegetable and Tofu bake – Filled with silken tofu, spinach, mushrooms tomatoes, onions and cheese. topped with a sauteed mushroom and tomato vinaigrette and served with fresh fruit – $6.99
French Toast – Topped with warm banana caramel sauce and dusted with powdered sugar and served with bacon – $6.99
Grilled cinnamon spiced oatmeal cakes – Served with island fruit compote and greek yogurt – $5.99
Lunch/Dinner
Angus 1/3 lb. cheeseburger – Ground angus with american cheese, lettuce, tomato and classic sauce on a multigrain bun with a choice of sweet potato fries or Green papaya slaw – $9.49
Angus 1/3 lb. Hawaiian Cheeseburger – Ground angus burger with teriyaki sauce, fresh grilled pineapple, havarti cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato on a multigrain bun with choice of sweet potato fries or a green papaya slaw – $10.19
Asian Chicken Salad – Diced chicken breast on a blend of fresh lettuces, cabbage, carrots,red and gold bell peppers with cashews, cucumbers, enoki mushrooms and rice noodles tossed in a sesame vinaigrette – $8.99
BBQ chicken sandwich – Panko crusted chicken breast, tamarind BBQ sauce and green papaya slaw on a multigrain bun served with sweet potato fries – $9.49
Cheese Flatbread – Marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese – $7.99
Crispy Tofu Salad – Ginger soy marinated tofu fried crispy in a coconut panko breading, served atop a blend of fresh lettuces, cabbagem carrots, red and gold bell peppers and grape tomatoes, lightly tossed in a citrus vinaigrette – $8.99
Island Fish and chips – Panko crusted Mahi Mahi and sweet potato fries served with a lime tartar sauce – $9.99
Kalua Pork Flatbread – Pulled pork, BBQ sauce, red onions, cilantro and mozzarella cheese – $8.99
I had the Hawaiian Cheeseburger which I must say was delicious. It was cooked wonderfully, making it perfectly juicy. I’ve always been a fan of the combination of teriyaki and pineapple and this was spot on. I had it with a side of sweet potato fries which were only okay. Personally I think really good sweet potato fries are hard to come by but these were pretty up there. All in all it was a good meal with a fun atmosphere and I would love to go back again. I’m told it’s even more enchanting at night because all the tiki torches light up. I might have to go back some time so I can go back at night.

Jen loves everything about Disney and hopes to one day be a performer for the company. She has done the Disney College Program and has been on multiple auditions, as well as had the experience of going to the parks in both Florida and California.