Although there is no official opening date, the Downtown Disney shopping district (located just outside the actual theme park) will soon open a new post in Anaheim of the Taiwanese restaurant group. The arrival of the xiaolongbao specialist is easily the most sprayed addition to Disneyland food scene through the centuries.
Along with a larger global presence, Din Tai Fung has several locations in Los Angeles and Orange County. The ever-excellent chain is known for its handmade soup dumplings and other Taiwanese family-style staples, as well as its exceptional workload from open to close.
Along with Din Tai Fung, Disney also announced the opening of several other eateries (as well as a Pixar-themed hotel) through its parks blog. The additions come as part of a mid-century-inspired transformation of the western end of Downtown Disney that seeks to diversify the range of cuisines on offer. Two new Mexican restaurants called Paseo and Centrico are courtesy of chef Carlos Gaitan, whose Tsuko and the already closed Mexico in Chicago once won Michelin stars (they will land in the former Uva bar and cafe). Ralph Brennan’s pre-existing Jazz Kitchen will refresh its New Orleans-inspired menu, while the former Earl of Sandwich will reopen as a store later this year.
The only question we have is: Will there be special Disney dishes? Maybe dessert rolls with Mickey Mouse?
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