As the opening of The Tropical Hideaway at Disneyland Park gets closer, the Disney Parks Blog shares a first look at the new menu and what guests can expect when visiting this exotic location.

What’s happening:

  • Earlier this year, it was announced that a new area of Adventureland at Disneyland called, The Tropical Hideaway, would be replacing what once was Aladdin’s Oasis.  No scheduled opening date has been given at this time.
  • Serving as an exotic marketplace, guests will discover extraordinary eats from all corners of the world. A variety of unique food and beverage items will be available for adventurous palates of all types.
  • The Tropical Hideaway is located near the Jungle Cruise and promises plenty of appetizing offerings. Guests will be able to enjoy:
    • Warm steamed bao buns in available in three different types:
      • Spiced Vegetable Bao
      • Kaffir Lime Chicken Bao
      • Bulgogi Beef Bao
    • Chilled ramen salad
    • Grab and go tropical-inspired snacks
    • Sweet Pineapple Lumpia – a spring roll filled with pineapple and sweet cream cheese
  • Guests can relax and take in the sights of the Jungle River from the spacious open-air dock as they listen to the atmospheric, musical sounds of the tropics.
  • Once the sun goes down, torch lights will illuminate the area and set the mood, transforming The Tropical Hideaway into an enchanting nighttime venue.

The Tropical Hideaway

ICYMI–More Disneyland News:

  • Halloween Time is on its way! Starting September 7th, Disneyland Resort will transform into a harvest wonderland full of colorful decorations, spooky sights, and festive foods. Last week the Disney Parks Blog offered a first look at some of the delicious dishes that will be available throughout the Resort.
  • Disneyland has put plans for their fourth hotel–a luxury 700 room resort–on hold indefinitely. Disney’s original hotel location was moved 1,000 feet and the city of Anaheim is recognizing it as a completely different project that no longer qualifies for the originally granted subsidy.
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