PHOTOS: Adorable Baymax Burger, Curry, Souvenir Desserts, & More Coming December 26th to Tokyo Disneyland
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With the news that The Happy Fair with Baymax will start January 13th at Tokyo Disneyland also came a slew of new food offerings that will be available across the park, but mostly in Tomorrowland. So let’s take a look at the new Baymax food arriving December 26th at Tokyo Disneyland!
Baymax Curry Set – ¥1480 ($14.03)
Previously promised earlier this year, the sales venue will move from Hungry Bear Restaurant in Westernland to Center Street Coffeehouse in World Bazaar. The curry features spicy wings and chicken accompanying rice made to look like Baymax soaking in the curry!
Baymax Egg & Pork Burger Set – ¥1170 ($11.09) for Set, ¥780 ($7.39) for Burger Only
Over at Tomorrowland Terrace, Guests can chow down on this egg and pork burger with Baymax buns! The set also comes with French fries and a choice of soft drink, as well as an upcharge souvenir lunch case option detailed in the souvenirs section.
Baymax Beef Gukbap Set – ¥1310 ($12.42)
At Plazma Ray’s Diner, Guests can also enjoy this beef calbi gukbap (a Korean soup with rice) with cheese and Baymax-themed egg. The set also comes with a choice of soft drink and French fries. This will be available only until March 29th, 2021.
Eastside Cafe Special Set – ¥2880 ($27.30)
If you’re looking for a slightly classier option, then dine at Eastside Cafe this spring! The set starts off with a shrimp marinade sformato with hazelnuts, followed by tagliatelle with a porcini and tomato cream sauce and a cheesy meatball. For dessert, Guests will enjoy a lemon and white chocolate mousse with crushed almonds inside. Bread is also included.
Restaurant Hokusai Baymax Set – ¥2480 ($23.50)
For a more Japanese flair, Guests can dine at Restaurant Hokusai in World Bazaar and enjoy this special Baymax set. The special bowl includes shrimp, caviar, red fish, halibut, and chicken. Alongside are cooked greens and okra, miso soup, and a yuzu-white chocolate mousse for dessert. This set is only available through March 29th, 2021.
Baymax Steak Plate – ¥2300 ($21.80)
At Center Street Coffeehouse, Guests can also try the Baymax Steak Plate, which features a sirloin steak with Japanese sauce, garlic rice shaped like Baymax, and spiced French fries. This plate is only available through March 29th, 2021.
Available now through June 30, 2021 at Tomorrowland Terrace, this drink features an interesting combination of mixed berry and cheese cream that combines sweet and savory elements together, plus it comes in a cool Baymax-themed cup!
Honey Lemon Sparkling Jelly Drink – ¥550 ($5.21)
Available indefinitely at Captain Hook’s Galley and Pan Galactic Pizza Port, this permanent drink now comes in the Baymax cup, and thus is part of the Baymax drinks lineup apparently.
Yogurt Mousse & Strawberry Jelly with Souvenir Cup – ¥800 ($7.58)
White Chocolate Mousse with Souvenir Plate – ¥800 ($7.58)
At Tomorrowland Terrace and Plazma Ray’s Diner, Guests can pick up this adorable Baymax look-alike in mousse along with a small souvenir plate.
Lunch Case – +¥1100 ($10.42)
This lunch case (or sack, really) is available as an add-on to the set meals at Sweetheart Cafe and Huey, Dewey, and Louie’s Good Time Cafe.
Candy Case – ¥850 ($8.07)
These new mini snack cases, like the popcorn buckets before them, are replicas of the front car from The Happy Ride with Baymax and come with either chocolates or gummies depending on the store. These will be available at snack stands and counter service restaurants throughout Tokyo Disneyland.
Souvenir Soup Spoon – +¥500 ($4.75)
For a small charge along with your Restaurant Hokusai set, you can also get this soup spoon which features a number of cute sushi designs on the handle, and Baymax holding Mochi at the bottom.
Souvenir Lunch Case – +¥1320 ($12.53)
And with your burger set at Tomorrowland Terrace, you can also pick up a souvenir lunch case reminiscent of the burger you just ate!
All of these adorable items will be available across Tokyo Disneyland starting December 26th, and will remain available after The Happy Fair with Baymax ends on March 18th unless otherwise noted. What are you most excited to try? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!
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