I’ve been thinking there are no authentic meat dishes in Tokyo Disneyland. However, It was a misunderstanding. I finally met the perfect meat dish at “Center Street Coffeehouse” in Tokyo Disneyland. Today, I would like to share about this stylish restaurant.
What is the “Center Street Coffeehouse”?
“Center Street Coffeehouse” is a restaurant in Tokyo Disneyland, and they serve Japanese style western food. As the name implies, this restaurant is hosted by UCC Ueshima Coffee Co., Ltd., a Japanese well-known coffee company. I’ve known the existence of “Center Street Coffeehouse” for a long time, but it’s a shame I had thought it’s only a cafe. The service style is table service, which means orders taken at your table.
“Center Street Coffeehouse” is located in World Bazaar. When you enter World Bazaar, go straight to the direction of Cinderella castle. Then turn to the right at the first corner, and you can find “Center Street Coffeehouse.”
The picture below is the menu board of Center Street Coffeehouse. You can check it in front of the restaurant. The text is small, so I’ll show it again below.
- Main Dishes
- Combination Plate ($20)
- Sirloin Steak with Soy Sauce, Baked Macaroni & Cheese
- Omlet over Rice with Beef Demi-Grace Sauce ($13)
- Combination Plate ($20)
- Child’s Menu Recommended for children ages 12 or younger
- Child’s Set ($9)
- Mickey’s Plate
- Meatballs, Fried Shrimp, Hash Brown Potatoes, Ketchup Rice Ball, Vegetables,
- Fruit Jellied Dessert or Pudding, Apple Juice
- Child’s Set ($9)
Side menus, dessert, and drinks aren’t on the menu board above. You can check it on the official site, but only in Japanese. The English translations are below.
- Side Dishes
- Rice ($2)
- Vanilla ice-cream ($4)
- Iced cafe mocha ($5)
- Espresso ($5)
- Cafe au lait ($5)
- Cappuccino ($5)
- Iced cafe au lait ($4)
- Coffee ($4)
- Decaffeinated coffee ($4)
- Tea ($4)
- Oolong tea ($4)
- Iced coffee ($4)
- Iced tea ($4)
- Iced oolong tea ($4)
- Coca-Cola ($3)
- Orange drink ($3)
- Fanta Melon ($3)
- Milk (hot or iced) ($3)
- Special Dietary Menu
- Special Dietary Menu ($11)
Only Japanese menus are available on the official site, but all restaurants in Tokyo Disney Resort have an English copy. So, if you don’t read Japanese, just ask a nearby cast.
The Never fail dishes of Center Street Coffeehouse!
The Combination Plate is a new menu that started on 1st July.
The sirloin steak is served with soy sauce (a salty tasting Japanese traditional sauce made of soybeans). The sauce suits perfectly well with the steak meat. I couldn’t believe that I could eat such an authentic meat dish in Tokyo Disneyland! The steak was medium rare and tender, so my daughter loved it. Japanese rice goes well with salty food, so you might like to order rice to satisfy your appetite.
If you love French Fries, this is important. These thin pre-flavored fries are served only at Center Street Coffeehouse in Tokyo Disneyland. Other restaurants serve fat potatoes. I definitely recommend this as the best french fries in Tokyo Disneyland.
It’s a little bit seasoned, but omelet over Rice and Demi-Grace sauce was absolutely excellent. The amount of meat in Demi-Grace Sauce was enough, and the half-boiled eggs were just right.
Goods sold only here
If you order a drink, you can buy this cute coaster by paying an additional $5( available from 1st July, 2020). The picture below is the Iced cafe mocha. Don’t you think the Mickey-shaped coffee powder is so instagramable?
The Disney Placemat for Children!
Children get bored easily when they have to wait for their meals, don’t they? However, Center Street Coffeehouse offers a service for such children. A special placemat is given to each child. The placemat has Disney Characters on it, and you can make them stand up. With this, children can enjoy their meals with Disney Characters!
Before going to Center Street Coffeehouse
Center Street Coffeehouse offers a priority seating system from 1st July 2020. There’s always a long line in front of this restaurant, so you should make a reservation on the official site,
In this post, I shared about Center Street Coffeehouse in Tokyo Disneyland. If you love meat dishes, this is a place you must go. The Combination Plate is a little bit expensive, but it’s authentic and may be suitable for an anniversary or a memorial event. Also, don’t forget to make a reservation, to save your time.
Center Street Coffeehouse is one of the best restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland, but there are many other great restaurants. Restaurant Hokusai serves superb Japanese food, Grandma Sara’s Kitchen is the best place to find a seat on crowded days, and Camp Woodchuck Kitchen serves delicious Rice burgers at a reasonable price. You might find the links above useful if you’re looking for a restaurant in Tokyo Disneyland.
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