In a previous article, I introduced the Horizon Bay Restaurant as a hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Tokyo DisneySea, but there is another option on the Arabian Coast.
- Restaurants at Tokyo DisneySea that are not crowded
- Basic information about the Casbah Food Court on the Arabian Coast
- Location (How to get there)
- What you can eat
- Budget for food
- Best Time to Visit, etc
I’ll be sharing the Casbah Food Court on the Arabian Coast at Tokyo DisneySea.
- What is the Casbah Food Court?
- Location of the Casbah Food Court
- How to get to the Arabian Coast
- Exterior of the Casbah Food Court
- Casbah Food Court Dining Area
- Casbah Food Court Menu
- Casbah Food Court Review
- Souvenir Items at Casbah Food Court
- Snack Case in the Casbah Food Court
- When to go to the Casbah Food Court?
- Casbah Food Court Booking
- Casbah Food Court’s Retort Curry
What is the Casbah Food Court?
Casbah Food Court is a restaurant located on the Arabian Coast at Tokyo DisneySea.
At the Casbah Food Court, you can eat curry rice, a popular food among Japanese people.
Curry rice is a dish that Japanese people make and eat frequently.
When you go to a supermarket in Japan, you can find retort curry. One of the leading manufacturers of retort curry (House Foods) is the sponsor of the Casbah Food Court that I will introduce here.
Basic information about the Casbah Food Court is as follows.
- Location: Arabian Coast (Tokyo DisneySea)
- Menu: curry and rice, dessert, drink, low allergen menu available
- Budget: 1,200 yen ($10.9)
- Number of seats: 930 seats
I’ll explain it in detail in the next part.
Location of the Casbah Food Court
You can find the Casbah Food Court on the Arabian Coast at Tokyo DisneySea.
Nearby attractions are the Magic Lamp Theater and the Caravan Carousel.
How to get to the Arabian Coast
There are two ways to get to the Arabian Coast.
The Arabian Coast is far from the entrance of Tokyo DisneySea. If you walk from Mediterranean Harbor to the Casbah Food Court, it will take you about 15 minutes.
My recommendation is to go the following way.
For Attractions (Take the transit steamer line)
If you are heading to the Arabian Coast from Mediterranean Harbor, one option is to take the transit steamer line to the Lost River Delta.
Since the Lost River Delta and the Arabian Coast are next to each other and connected by a flat road, this is a better option for strollers.
Being able to ride an attraction to go to a restaurant is an unexpected benefit. It’s a fun experience for your child too!
However, when you take the transit steamer line, be careful of the following.
- The Transit Steamer Line is stroller-accessible.
- The destination of the steamer line changes depending on the time of day, so ask a Cast Member if it is bound for the Lost River Delta.
- Check the Tokyo Disney Resort App for attraction suspensions before and after the Harbor Show.
Exterior of the Casbah Food Court
The Casbah Food Court is a palatial-style building that looks like something out of Arabian Nights.
Aside from the Casbah Food Court, there are many other places along the Arabian Coast where you will want to take pictures.
Casbah Food Court Dining Area
When you enter the Casbah Food Court, look up at the ceiling. There’s a magic carpet that appears in the Disney movie Aladdin. It represents the story of how the magic carpet brought curry from all over the kingdom.
In the Casbah food court, you can choose to sit inside or on the terrace. If you want to take pictures, I recommend you to sit on the terrace.
Casbah Food Court Menu
The main menu of the Casbah Food Court is curry and rice.
You can choose the spiciness of the curry, so it’s okay if you don’t like spicy food or have small children with you.
Chicken curry and vegetable curry are less than 1,000 yen($9.1), which is cheap for a theme park restaurant.
One of the best things about the Casbah food court is that the curry and rice come with naan (sticky bread).
The Hungry Bear Restaurant (curry restaurant) in Tokyo Disneyland does not have naan.
They also have lassi (yogurt-flavored drink) and desserts to go with the curry.
The Casbah food court does not serve alcohol, so be careful if you like to drink.
Casbah Food Court Review
Here are my impressions of the Casbah Food Court.
How to Order
Casbah Food Court is a counter service restaurant.
You order your food at the cash register, pay for it, pick it up at the counter and carry it to your table by yourself.
By the way, you don’t have to clean up your plate or tray by yourself after you finish eating. The cast members will clean up and wipe down your table and check to make sure you haven’t forgotten anything.
I had the Combination Curry with Tandoori Chicken.
The combi-curry offers two types of curry at once: shrimp curry and beef curry.
The shrimp curry was not too spicy, and even children could eat it.
The beef curry was a bit spicy and had a lot of beef, which made me feel satisfied.
Tandoori chicken is delicious when eaten with curry, but you can also eat it as a snack(You can buy tandoori chicken for 270 yen each.).
The lassi contains mango and raspberry, but it’s not very sweet, and the yogurt flavor makes it refreshing to drink. It goes well with curry, so I recommend it.
Souvenir Items at Casbah Food Court
At the Casbah Food Court, you can order a dessert with a souvenir item.
However, unlike the Horizon Bay Restaurant, there are no Duffy & Friends souvenirs.
Snack Case in the Casbah Food Court
In the Casbah Food Court, there are gummy candies with snack cases.
The case also has a design of Mickey Mouse playing the drums, which I introduced in the Big Band Beat review article.
Snack cases at the Disney Resort are a specialty, and some fans collect them.
It’s only in Japanese, but if you look at the menu in the Casbah Food Court, you can see what kind of snack cases they have.
When to go to the Casbah Food Court?
The Casbah Food Court has the most seats in Tokyo DisneySea.
All you have to do is shift your dining time a bit, and you will not have to wait.
On weekends, the checkout may be a bit crowded, but you will be able to find a seat.
You can check restaurant wait times on the Tokyo Disney Resort app.
You’d better check it on the app before you go so that you won’t waste your time.
Casbah Food Court Booking
Casbah Food Court does not have priority seating. You can go to the restaurant without any booking.
Casbah Food Court’s Retort Curry
Casbah Food Court curry is also available for home consumption.
You can buy Casbah Food Court’s retort curry at the Tokyo DisneySea shops(900 yen per box).
The packaging features Genie from Aladdin.
It is easy to eat by simply heating the pouch with hot water. It would be a great gift to give to your family and friends.
- Agrabah Marketplace (Arabian Coast/Tokyo DisneySea)
- Valentina’s Sweet (Mediterranean Harbor/Tokyo DisneySea)
- Merchant of Venice Confections (Mediterranean Harbor/Tokyo DisneySea)
- MickeyAngelo Gifts (Hotel MiraCosta/Tokyo DisneySea)
- Disney Fantasy (Official Hotels)
I introduced the Casbah Food Court at Tokyo DisneySea.
The number of seats in the restaurant is No.1 in Tokyo DisneySea, so it is not too crowded and comfortable.
It is an excellent place for people who are busy with show and attraction schedules.
It’s also nice to be able to enter the restaurant without a reservation.
If you visit the Arabian Coast, be sure to stop by the Agrabah Marketplace that I have introduced before.
Thank you for reading to the end.