Dinner at Goofy’s Kitchen

Last post on our Disneyland food experiences and then it’s on to Halloween!  My husband Bob got our Disneyland package through Costco Travel and in addition to our hotel and park hopper tickets, it came with some other extra things such as 2 free Disney lanyards and Buzz Lightyear pins, 2 free Buzz Lightyear luggage tags, a $25 gift card, early admission to Toontown, early admission to Disneyland, preferred seating for 4 of the shows and a free dinner at Goofy’s Kitchen.  I highly recommend Costco Travel, the price for the hotel and passes were great and then they threw in all this other stuff.  The dinner at Goofy’s Kitchen was almost $90 but for us it was completely free!  Goofy’s Kitchen is located inside the Disneyland Hotel and if you have little kids, it would be an awesome place to have dinner.  It’s a buffet with choices for both kids and adults, peanut butter and jelly pizza to prime rib, yum!  When you arrive, chef Goofy greets you and you have your picture taken with him (which I didn’t buy so can’t post) then they seat you and you can help yourself to the buffet then as you eat the characters come to you.  Here is Courtney (and 1 of me) with the characters.

We saw Snow White,

Dale,

Pluto,

and the Mad Hatter!

And here is a picture of my dessert plate with a piece of lemon cake, a chocolate cupcake, a cream puff, creme brulee and a dish of ice cream with heath bar on top and no, I did not eat it all but I did try it all!  (I didn’t get a picture of my dinner plate with the fantastic prime rib because I was so hungry that I forgot to take a pic!).  So check out Goofy’s Kitchen, especially if you have small kids, it would be worth the $!

 

 

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