Hong Kong Disneyland Park
Main Street, U.S.A.
Valid Park Admission Required
Reservations Accepted, Family Style, Table Service
Discover delicious Cantonese cuisine and opulent chinoiserie décor tucked inside a stately Victorian façade.
Enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine hosted by Jade Garden or opt for Chinese comfort food hosted by Cha Cha Room. From the outside, Plaza Inn looks like a grand turn-of-the-20th-century Victorian building, but the interior features rich and colorful Chinese-inspired design and furnishings.
What explains this marvelous merging of cultures at Plaza Inn? The American owners of an inn were avid globetrotters and after their many travels abroad, they fell in love with exotic China—so much so that they decided to introduce the exotic Chinese food to the Midwest. They turned the inn into a Chinese restaurant, catering to those with adventuresome tastes among their reserved Midwestern neighbors. The restaurant was a huge hit, attracting new customers from miles around.
Set in an airy and elegant ambience, Cha Cha Room features popular Chinese comfort food including charcoal grilled Kurobuta pork, sweet and sour pork, “mapo” tofu with minced beef and shrimp wonton noodles. Not-to-be-missed delectable dim sum and dessert dishes include deluxe shrimp dumplings, egg custard buns and Mickey-shaped coffee puddings.
Jade Garden welcomes lovers of authentic Cantonese cuisine with bright and opulent surroundings and offers an elevated epicurean experience with its curated selection of premium tea. Signature dishes include crispy prawns with mango mayonnaise sauce, sautéed Angus beef with asparagus and roasted goose. Finish your meal with sweet delights such as fresh fruit napoleon or Mickey pineapple puddings with caramel.
All menu items are subject to change without notice.
Pay attention to the intricate details inside Plaza Inn for some extra special surprises. The owner couple are keen on sharing their passion for the Chinese culture with fellow residents of Main Street. They install twelve reversed glass gilded art pieces that feature the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac, in the artful style of papercutting, a traditional folk art in China.
Discover the magical touch of Disney in these panels as you discover that the twelve zodiac animals actually correspond to twelve Disney characters - many of which are closely associated to the park!