Carthay Circle Restaurant
Table service Restaurant
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Under the direction of award-winning chef Andrew Sutton, the Carthay Circle is California Adventure's premier table-service restaurant, located in the park's iconic reconstruction of the theater building where Walt Disney premiered his first animated feature, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
Popular starters include Fire Cracker Duck Wings, with a Sriracha chili sauce, and Carthay Signature Fried Biscuits, stuffed with white cheddar, bacon and Jalepeno.
Main courses are California eclectic - including salads, Asian noodles, Mediterranean pastas, fresh fish, beef, lamb and an Angus bacon cheeseburger, ranging from $18-$30 at lunch.
This is the best restaurant in the resort, and is on par with SS Columbia at Tokyo Disneysea and Monsieur Paul in Epcot.
Too wonderful for words.
Carthay Circle became our favorite restaurant at the Disneyland Resort after our first visit. After 3 subsequent visits it remains our favorite and a highlight of each visit to the parks. The decor transports you back into time and out of the hustle and bustle of California Adventure. The black and white photos of Walt Disney and the beautiful Snow White mural provide just the right amount of Disney theming without overshadowing the rest of the decor.
Didn't have a bad bit through the entire meal. The fried biscuits with cheese and bacon were delicious. I also had the rack of lamb/lamb osso busco. The lamb was cooked perfectly and fell apart on my fork. The balcony was a great place to view. The parade going by on the street below, and we saw it as a way of paying for a good viewing location for World of Color. Also a great atmosphere is Disney's re-creation of the Carthay Theater.
Awesome restaurant with the best food in DLR so far. From the beer to the "biscuits" to the actual entrees, they have almost everything right!
Andrew Sutton has brought his cooking ingenuity from the Napa Rose and has tailored it to fit Carthay perfect.