A plate with a burrito, crispy wontons, and a side of salsa, accompanied by a lime drink on a blue table.

REVIEW: Orange Chicken Burrito and Lychee Pear Refresher for AAPI Heritage Month at Studio Catering Co.

Brit Tuttle

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Disneyland Resort is now offering special menu items at select locations, including at Studio Catering Co. in Disney California Adventure

Studio Catering Co.

DLR DCA Studio Catering Co Exterior Stock

Studio Catering Co. is a food truck located in Hollywood Land at Disney California Adventure.

A plate with a burrito, crispy tortilla chips, and a cup of salsa, next to a lemonade on a colorful table.
  • 🆕 Orange Chicken Burrito – $13.99
  • 🆕 Lychee Pear Refresher – $6.99

Orange Chicken Burrito – $13.99

Crispy orange chicken and lo mein noodles with vegetable and egg fried rice, rolled in a flour tortilla and served with hot sauce and fried wonton chips

A person holding a colorful plate with a burrito, chips, and a cup of salsa.

Rating out of 7: 3

This burrito was a roller coaster ride for our group. If you’ve ever wanted orange chicken from Panda Express in a burrito, mixed with rice and noodles, then this is for you. This giant pile of carbs is just fine, and very heavy on the citrus flavor, though we didn’t get many pieces of orange chicken or noodles. The fried rice was nothing special. The included dipping sauce is the typical chili sauce that you would normally get with egg rolls; it’s definitely on the sweeter side and we’re not sure if the burrito needed it.

Close-up of a hand holding a burrito with rice and vegetables, with a retro-style diner in the background.

The wonton chips are a little greasy but very good, and we thought they tasted great dipped in the sauce. This is an interesting take, but overall we think this is far too carb-heavy for a warm day at the park.

Lychee Pear Refresher – $6.99

Lychee syrup with pear puree over ice with lychee popping spheres

A hand holding a clear plastic cup filled with a cloudy, yellow beverage, outdoors with green bushes and red umbrellas in the background.

Rating out of 7: 4

This refresher was surprisingly good. It’s a little on the sweeter side, and we wish that there had been some alcohol to cut that sweetness, but we think this might be a hit with kids in your group.

Hand holding a clear plastic cup of iced lemonade with spherical jelly-like toppings, against a backdrop of lush green bushes.

The taste to us came across as a sort of pear apple sauce. Not bad, just not what we expected.

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