In the heart of Disney California Adventure Park, amidst the bustling streets and vibrant attractions, lies a hidden gem that seamlessly blends the charm of San Francisco and the energy of Tokyo – San Fransokyo Square. This innovative and immersive area, inspired by the popular animated film Big Hero 6, will offer visitors a unique experience that celebrates both cultures and pays tribute to the beauty of the Bay Area.
Located in the area currently known as the Pacific Wharf, San Fransokyo Square is a brand new area coming to Disneyland Resort later this year. The area will boast incredible stores, character interactions, and restaurants!
The Food of San Fransokyo Square
Over the summer, restaurants and stores in San Fransokyo are slowly beginning to open to the public. Disneyland Resort is already known as a place full of amazing food, so fans are really looking forward to seeing the menu Disney has in store. Earlier today, Disney gave fans a sneak peek at some of the foods they can expect to see at San Fransokyo Square.
Lucky Fortune Cookery
San Fransokyo Square mixes American, Mexican, and Japanese cultures. This can be seen in the food items being offered at the Parks. At Lucky Fortune Cookery, which opens July 19, the Kaki Udon with mushrooms, sugar snap peas, bell peppers, bok choy, and dark soy hoisin sauces. For a sweeter option, this location will also serve a Baymax Macaroon filled with a Nutella-like spread.
Also available is the Pork Wonton Nachos, which comes with Hoisin-glazed pork, cheese, spicy aioli, pickles, cabbage, jalapenos, and sesame seeds. Guests can also cool off with tons of awesome drinks, including a Thai Tea with sea salt cream and brown sugar boba.
Cocina Cucamonga Mexican grill
Opening on July 26, Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill will be offering tons of great tacos, including QuesaBirria Street-style Tacos, Carne Asada Street-style Tacos, and Al Pastor Street-style Tacos. However, the showstopper at this location is for sure the San Fransokyo-Style Street Corn with Togarashi mayonnaise.
Rita’s Turbine Blenders
Those looking for an alcoholic beverage will not need to look any further than at Rita’s Turbine Blenders. Starting July 26, Guests can order a selection of Margaritas and Turbine Twirlers.
Aunt Cass Cafe
At Aunt Cass Cafe, you can find a twist on an old favorite by trying San Fransokyo Clam Chowder, which comes served in a Boudin sourdough bread bowl. Here you can also get a Japanese-style Fluffy Cheesecake, which looks unbelievable.
Overall, the food in this area looks to be absolutely unreal! These are some of the best menus that we have seen in a while, and it will be so exciting to see and try them all soon!