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Royal Street Veranda

From Interstate 5, take Harbor Boulevard south, then follow signs
The restaurant is generally open the same hours as the park.
714-781-4565 30 minutes or less
January 2014 All year
$0-19 Anaheim California
Website Food/Drinks Cajun Restaurants
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Royal Street Veranda is a snack bar located in the New Orleans Square section of Disneyland Park. The restaurant mostly serves Cajun and New Orleans style food. The limited menu includes steak and vegetarian gumbo, clam chowder soup, fritters, and different types of coffee. Prices are higher than average, approximately $10 for soup and $3.00-4.00 for dessert. Hours are consistent with those of the park.

There were about a half dozen tables arranged outside the service window. All seating is outdoors, but some of the tables are covered under a shelter. Royal Street is located below an exclusive suite that is sometimes used by VIP guests or by guests affiliated with a charity. The tables, chairs and general area were clean and in good order. It’s also a decent spot to people watch if you are into checking out the neighbors.

Eating here was a very last minute decision with the visit taking place just a few minutes prior to the park’s closing. The server delivered everything promptly. Alas, no master chef in a white hat was evident in the kitchen. Soup in a bread bowl can be a mixed blessing. It’s more interesting and richer than soup in a regular bowl but the tradeoff is typically less soup, and that was the case here. The vegetarian style gumbo with beans and carrots was flavorful with a hearty bean flavor. The temperature though was only lukewarm, which was slightly disappointing for a $10 item. No serious BlitzQuester at Disneyland could resist a pumpkin fritter with apple custard sauce for dessert. New Orleans style Fritters are meant to be sweet, but this one was a bit too sweet. The sauce also was very sugary. Nevertheless, the combined taste still should appeal to dessert fans. While a Dasani bottled water was cold enough to have formed ice crystals, it was just what the doctor ordered after a long day of sightseeing. Dinner was devoured in only a few minutes. Had there been more time, this would have been a good spot to leisurely sip a cup of coffee. Disneyland abounds with dining options. Royal Street is not a premier destination, but it worked fairly well as a fast food option with reasonable quality.
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