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4.11.2014

Hong Kong Holiday | Dinner at Plaza Inn.

Aside from the usual fun rides and attractions, Hong Kong Disneyland is also home to several restaurants and snack shops that serve Western food, traditional Chinese cuisine, and other Asian dishes. Out of all these dining places, my most favorite would have to be the Plaza Inn.
Plaza Inn Restaurant.
Located inside the theme park along Main Street USA, the restaurant looks like a traditional European home on the outside. The inside, however, is a totally different story.
Totally reminds me of Bruce Lee, and all those Hong Kong box office movies.
The interiors, the fixtures, the lighting... heck, even the background music inside the restaurant screams 'Asian'. The atmosphere totally reminds me of Bruce Lee, and all those Hong Kong box office movies. (Think Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and the like.) Not surprising, since this restaurant is actually inspired by the movie 'Mulan'.
Sakura, kawaii! :)
Of course, the utensils and cutlery have the 'Asian' feel, too. There's nothing more 'Oriental' than cherry blossoms, and almost all of the dinnerware in this restaurant were adorned with it.
Crab meat soup.
Now, let's move on to our dinner. For starters, we had Crab Meat and Buddha's Delight Soup. Buddha's delight is a kind of edible mushroom commonly used in Cantonese cuisine. This soup is very flavorful, with a consistency lighter than most Chinese soups.

Roast meat platter.
For the main course, we had this Roast Meat Platter composed of roast chicken, roast beef, and roast duck. All three were cooked to perfection. The meat was (were) juicy and tender, and seasoned just right. It's the perfect viand to that bowl of steamed rice.
Yum!
For drinks, we were served a pot of tea. I reckon this is the Chrysanthemum Honey with Lemon, a traditional Chinese beverage. For someone who hardly drinks tea (save for the usual iced tea at fast food chains and restaurants), I find this beverage quite nice and refreshing. And it sure is nice to try something different from the usual coffee and carbonated drinks.
Tea time!
All in all, dining at the Plaza Inn was quite a memorable experience. Although not the most budget-friendly restaurant inside the theme park, this restaurant gives the value for money in terms of taste, presentation, service, and ambiance.

If you're planning to dine at this restaurant when you visit Hong Kong Disneyland, I suggest you arrive around 5 or 6 pm. It gets a little crazy during dinner time at this restaurant, as most people tend to linger in this area at night. You see, the Main Street - where the Plaza Inn is located - offers the best view for the fireworks display, which happens every night at 9pm.

Plaza Inn Restaurant
Main Street USA, Disneyland Resort
Lantau Island, Hong Kong
+852 2162 5010

Shared with Food Friday and Food Trip Friday.

20 replies:

MikiHope said...

I won't be going to Disneyland but would love to try that Chrysanthemum Honey with Lemon tea you mentioned. I am a tea drinker (and a coffee drinker). My only problem would be I might start sneezing from it--I am allergic to flowers!! You should see what Rose Hip tea does to me!

Rowena Wendy Lei said...

Wow, I've been to HK Disneyland a few times but I never knew Plaza Inn served Chinese food! I thought their menu consisted of western dishes...

Kath Rivera said...

I've been to HK Disneyland thrice but haven't dined there. I was busy strolling and eating street foods kasi. I prefer eating at HK restos rather than sa Disneyland kasi.

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Kami naman, we spent two days in HK Disneyland kaya we were able to dine in several restos inside the theme park. As in umuuwi lang kami sa hotel para matulog, haha! :)

venus smileygal said...

Oh nice look outside and inside! I love dining at a very nice ambiance.
The Roast meat platter made me hungry....

mail4rosey said...

Everything looks fantastic. The tea set-up is pretty too!

AVA T.♥ said...

The place looks so beautiful!:) I'm hoping that one day I can take my family to Hong Kong Disneyland! But probably when the kids get much bigger. :)

Lame Shrill Owl said...

That looks like a really neat to go have dinner at!

Arian Yupangco said...

Oh how I wish I always had enough money to eat at all if not most of the restaurants when at a Disney theme park, plus still have enough left for buying merchandise! The place you ate at looks great. Love me some Chinese food!

travelonshoestring said...

I love the cherry blossoms design of the dinnerware. I've been to Hong Kong several times already but I never knew about Plaza Inn. I'll list this down as a must try the next time I visit Hong Kong. Did you know that because of your post(saliva dripping, ewww, ha ha ha!) I couldn't wait to try the different dishes at Plaza Inn.

travelonshoestring said...

I love the cherry blossoms design of the dinnerware. I've been to Hong Kong several times already but I never knew about Plaza Inn. I'll list this down as a must try the next time I visit Hong Kong. Did you know that because of your post(saliva dripping, ewww, ha ha ha!) I couldn't wait to try the different dishes at Plaza Inn.

Laarnie Deguzman said...

i really want to visit honkong , but we have a agreement that we should finish visiting europe are haha. excited na ako to visit these place .. thanks for sharing :)

DeDa Studios said...

What a fun trip going to HK Disney would be. Looks beautiful!

Leelo R said...

Everything looks so good! Thanks for sharing!

Leelo R said...

Everything looks so good! Thanks for sharing!

Amanda Kee said...

Sadly, I have no plans to visit Hong Kong but I would love to! The restaurant is beautiful and sounds like it would be a great place to check out if i were to visit!

Sam Lanuza said...

I visited Plaza Inn not to eat but to stay warm while I was there. Disneyland is really perfect for kids and kids at heart noh?

Pehpot Pineda said...

Hongkong is far! financially that is haha but if ever we made a plan of going there, I'll keep your tips in mind :)

maiylah said...

yummmmy! would love to visit HK someday! when the youngest is a bit older ... :)

thanks much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, sis

Tetcha said...

Thanks for the heads-up! I'll keep this resto in mind when we visit Hongkong Disneyland hopefully soon! -- Maria Teresa Figuerres

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