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Hungry Bear Restaurant reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Hungry Bear Restaurant, a counter service restaurant in Critter Country at Disneyland.

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Posted: April 11, 2011

Disneyland debuted a new menu for the Hungry Bear Restaurant in early 2011. The menu now features Angus chili cheeseburgers, friend green tomato sandwiches, turkey sandwiches and salad.

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19 votes, so far

We shared the Fried Green Tomato Sandwich and Pioneer Chili Cheeseburger for dinner and had the Lemon "Bumblebee" Cupcake for dessert. It was decent food, better than most casual theme park fare. - James Rao

You can't beat the dining area to give you that, " I am a thousand miles away from the urban landscape of SoCal. Water, trees and the occasional steam powered riverboat to watch as you eat. I recently had the chicken and waffel sandwich for lunch. Afraid I was not overwhelmed. The waffel was WAY too sweet and I wound up taking the top off and eating it as an open face sandwich. - Rob McCullough

The view is always a plus here... and the food got better with the new menu. It seems like the buns and meat were upgraded and are no longer dry. - Brandon Mendoza

Are you kidding me Disney? If your going to have sweet potato fries at least have the option for regular fries. Let me decide what fries I want not you. - Todd R

I had the Fried Green Tomato sandwich and it was REALLY good. My son got the kids hamburger. It didn't look that good, but my son really liked it. We both shared the lemon\honey cupcake and it was EXCELLENT. We both REALLY enjoyed it. - Ted Heumann

The new burgers are not bad but the view is very nice. the onion rings are great. I do miss the delicious bacon cheeseburgers & funnel cakes. - Erik Avila

The food's not all that great, but the view is lovely if you can get a table by the water. - Mostly Anonymous

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