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At Hunter's Grill, located in Disney's Sequoia Lodge, you practically feel as if you're in the dense forest of the Sequoia National Park itself. The restaurant's servers look like park rangers and there's even a fireplace to create a lodge effect. They serve well-crafted international dishes. The recreated national park's atmosphere is not to be missed.
Enjoy the experience of dining in the wilderness at Rainforest Cafe. Designed to replicate an African rain-forest, replete with trees and fake animals, this where you can literally get lost in the wild, without actually being outdoors. Sit amongnst elephants, gorillas and birds, under the shade of wild trees and dig into some tantalizing treats. Like the decor, the menu too is inspired by the wild, with enticing options like Turtle Loni (Tortelloni), Tree Top Steak and Oriental Safari. No matter what you choose to feast on at this restaurant, you can be assured of a fun-filed, jungle-style, palate-pleasing adventure.
Situated in Disneyland, France, Inventions mingles a global dining experience with Disney magic. The restaurant serves innovative, contemporary dishes from around the world in a buffet setup. While you dine, you can chat with Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters as they come up to diners for photos and conversation. The decor of the restaurant is also worth a second look as quaint and inventive Disney-themed nick-nacks hang from the ceiling and dozens of colorful pictures hang from the walls. Early risers can also come in for a family brunch with Disney characters on every Sunday.
A fascinating Victorian charm greets you at Disneyland's Walt's - an American Restaurant , an elegant eatery serving up authentic and modern American cuisine in a warm setting. Sandwiched between the park gate and the Disney castle, the restaurant pays an ode to Walt Disney, even as it offers an elaborate menu of popular American standards like Caesar salad, sesame bagels, gourmet burgers and hot soups. Choose to dine in any of its themed rooms, each portraying a unique zone from the amusement park. Along with American specialties, Walt's also serves up an exciting selection of French eats like those savory au gratin dishes and cheese tarts.
It was in the 1700s that the sandwich was invented and named after the fourth Earl of Sandwich. Today, owned by the 11th earl of this district, Earl of Sandwich has become a worldwide chain of restaurants, famous for their sandwiches. The use of old family recipes, freshly baked bread and freshly-roasted meat ensures that you get some of the most delicious sandwiches you have ever tasted. Other quick and filling dishes like salads, wraps, soups and breakfast bagels are also served here. You can come in for a quick bite to eat at this particular branch while exploring Disneyland.