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Uncovering Delicious Disneyland Secret Menu Items

by Mommy Frog on August 4, 2021 18 Los Angeles

Uncovering Disneyland Secret Menu Items - PinterestWe're always excited to dig into our favorite yummy eats in the parks (Hellllooooo, Jolly Holiday Combo, big pickle or clam chowder in a bread bowl). But we also find it toadally exciting to shake things up a bit and try some Disneyland secret menu items. These are secret items hiding in kitchens at both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. Anyone can order these "undercover" items — you just have to ask for them. And since we are Disneyland experts, we’ll let you in on these little secrets so you, too, can order like a pro! We hop around the parks every so often to update this list, so always check back. Well, frogs, work up those appetites as we bring you Disneyland secret menu items!

Keep in mind that not all Disneyland menus (including secret menus) have returned to normal yet. On a recent visit we were unable to find a few favorite Disneyland secret menu items, but each cast member assured us that normal menus and some of those secret items are expected to return sometime in September 2021.

What Is Disneyland's "Secret Menu?"

Disneyland secret menu items are made from existing menu items, but they are served up in a fresh, new and secret way. You won’t find these mouthwatering treats printed on any permanent menu at Disneyland, but if you know what to ask for, they can easily be yours. And you should order them, because they are so good that we want them to be added to the main menu for all to enjoy. You may find some of the items on the online or Mobile Order menu, but not on permanent signs in the park. What good is a secret if nobody knows about it?

Disneyland Secret Menu Items

Main Street, U.S.A.

Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Firefly at Refreshment Corner

"Firefly” Corn Chip Chili Cheese Pie with Jalapeños — Main Street Refreshment Corner

This fun dish (or bag, really) is more like a hearty snack or a small meal. If you like corn chips and shredded cheese in your chili, then this treat (with a jalapeño kick) is for you. It comes in a bag for easy eating on-the-go and is really quite tasty. At $4.59, we think it’s a great deal. We may need to add this secret menu item to our post on the cheapest food at Disneyland! This secret treat has become so popular it has remained on the secret menu longer than it was meant to be offered, and now it's moving up in the world. We see that it has made it to the Mobile Order menu, so now we don't have to wait in line to order it!

Chili Mac Bread Bowl — Main Street Refreshment Corner

Uncovering Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Chili Mac Bread Bowl from Refreshment Corner

Disneyland chili with macaroni and cheese in a bread bowl? Did they read my mind? It’s no secret that I love anything served in a bread bowl, so yes, please!

Main Street "Floats" and Secret Ice Cream — Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor

The parlor's secret float involves scoops of rainbow sherbet in orange soda. You can also order other floats off of the main menu. There's often a promotional menu item or special flavor of ice cream at Gibson Girl. In the past, we've uncovered a strawberry cheesecake flavor, and then a birthday cake flavor. During the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade, Fantasia ice cream (cherry, pistachio and banana swirl) returned with a colorful Fantasia Waffle Bowl Sundae. Just simply ask about secret flavors, as they can change! During holiday time, the secret flavor is peppermint.

Uncovering Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Neverland SunsetSecret Disneyland Drinks at Market House

Did you know that Disneyland and Disney California Adventure each have a secret Starbucks? Market House in Disneyland and the Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café in Disney California are actually Starbucks locations in the parks. There may be occasional, secret themed drinks that pop up. Starbucks fans know that if you can tell the barista the ingredients of a particular drink and they hoppen to be on hand, the barista can make it up for you ... so screenshot these two Disney-themed drinks for your next visit:

  • Neverland Sunset - Iced lemonade beverage layered with peach juice and a splash of passion fruit tea. We found this to be so refreshing on a hot summer day!
  • Wonderland Frappucchino - Mocha Crème Frappucchino with strawberry puree, topped with whipped cream and a mocha swirl.

There are always new Disney-themed secret Starbucks drinks at Market House, so check the handwritten signs before you order. You just might catch a new drink!


Galactic Burger "Alien Style" — Galactic Grill

Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Galactic Burger Alien Style

The Galactic Burger is a secret-within-a-Disneyland-secret-menu item. You won't find the Galactic Burger listed on the menu at the Galactic Grill in Tomorrowland. Space travelers must have picked up the idea from a hidden menu item at a well-known fast food restaurant in a strange neighboring galaxy known as Southern California. At In-N-Out Burger (read here for the best Orange County eats under $5), you can order your fries animal style — topped with cheese, a Thousand Island-like spread and grilled onions. Well, the “Alien Style” Galactic Burger comes with cheese, Thousand Island and grilled onions, along with fries — all inside the sandwich (yes, the fries are inside too)! You can get more fries on the side or some Greek yogurt. It’s a sizable burger for a Wookie-sized appetite.

DIsneyland Secret Menu - Spicy Chicken Sandwich

Galactic Grill is also home to the secret Spicy Chicken Sandwich. The secret spice comes from the honey sriracha sauce. You can get it on the sandwich or on the side to control your kick.


Fish 'n' Chips — Stage Door Café

The fish 'n' chips fell off the main menu and gained secret menu status when the Stage Door Café revamped the whole menu. You can still get the fish 'n' chips, but only if you know to ask for them. You can now mobile order them. Sadly, the mozzarella sticks were removed from the secret menu (and all menus).

Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches — Golden Horseshoe

Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

This pair of ice cream sandwiches that come drizzled in chocolate or caramel rank high among our favorite Disneyland secret menu items. They are the perfect treat to share with a friend or family member. The ice cream is creamy and the cookies are fresh. We like them much more than the hard, frozen version from the ice cream carts. But grab extra napkins!

The Hidden Burrito — Rancho del Zocalo

Disneyland Secret Menu - Zocalo Burrito

The hidden burrito, also known as the Zocalo, may not be found on the menu. But in one giant burrito, it includes almost everything you'll find in main menu Mexican dishes! It has three kinds of meat, rice, beans and all of the extras. It comes smothered in both red and green sauces (and when sprinkled with white cheese, the sauces resemble the colors of the Mexican flag). Bring your appetite or share with an amigo. You might want to skip the roller coasters for a little while after eating this bad boy!

New Orleans Square

Lobster Mac and Cheese in a Bread Bowl — Harbour Galley

Disneyland Secret Menu - Lobster Mac and Cheese

Ahoy mateys! Be sure to drop anchor when in port for this Disneyland secret menu item. This is no ordinary mac and cheese. Yes, there is lobster and it comes in a fresh sourdough bowl, but the hidden spicy Sriracha sauce really kicks things up a notch.

Uncovering Disneyland's Secret Menu - Loaded Fries and Onion RingsCritter Country

Loaded Fries and Onion Rings — Hungry Bear Restaurant

Sometimes secret menu items appear on the Mobile Order menu but are nowhere to be found on the main menu in the restaurant. That's the case with the loaded fries and loaded onion rings at Hungry Bear Restaurant. You can still order them in person, as long as you know they exist. We hopped in to try them both — because, you know, research — and were hoppy to say they were a fun find! The topping is the same for either side: cheese sauce, bacon, scallions and cilantro lime crema. We felt the flavors most complimented the onion rings.

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Blue Mule — Oga's Cantina

For a limited time, there is a secret menu item at Oga's Cantina. The Blue Mule is a Moscow Mule cocktail. It was created in honor of Oga’s birthday in July, but it's available only upon request and for a limited time. The Blue Mule is made with citrus vodka, blue curaçao, pure cane syrup, mule mix and club soda. It's garnished with a lime wheel and candied ginger, and it's served over ice.


Candied Bacon — Tropical Hideaway

Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Candied Bacon on Dole Whip

What’s better than a new location to get your Pineapple Dole Whip, along with Loaded Whips and new flavors of Dole Whip (such as raspberry, orange and mango)? Getting your Dole Whip with a new secret menu item, the candied bacon topping! Try it on the Loaded Whip. If you think smoky candied bacon does not belong on a sweet frozen treat, you would be wrong. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

Disney California Adventure Secret Menu Items

Cars Land

Vegetarian Chili Cone Queso — Cozy Cone Motel

Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Bacon Mac N Cheese Cone

One of our favorite treats is the Chili Cone Queso when we are visiting Cars Land, but many people don't realize that there is a vegetarian version for our extra green friends. One former secret menu item made it big time and is now on the official menu as a permanent item — the Bacon Mac and Cheese Bread Cone. I repeat: bacon, mac and cheese and a portable bread cone. What’s not to love? During festivals and celebrations, look for special cone variations that are not on the main menu!

Neapolitan Shake — Flo's V8 Café

If you cannot decide between a chocolate, vanilla or strawberry shake, then make a pit stop at Flo’s V8 Café for the indecisive, easy answer — the Neapolitan Shake. No secret handshake needed. Lily test drove this beauty (with some crushed Oreo road gravel topping) and it definitely passed. The cafe often has promotional shake flavors for holidays and festivals, so it’s worth pulling in to try a limited-time flavor!

Pacific Wharf

Mac and Cheese Bread Bowl — Pacific Wharf Café

Disneyland Secret Menu - Mac and Cheese Bread Bowl

If you haven’t met a carb you didn’t like, then dig into this carbalicious dish that takes the ultimate comfort food and serves it up in a fresh Boudin sourdough bread boule. Isn’t fresh sourdough bread good with every meal? Can you tell that Pacific Wharf is one of my favorite quick-service restaurants in Disney California Adventure?

Pixar Pier

Secret Menu Adult Beverages — Lamplight Lounge

Uncovering Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Lamplight Lounge Fun Wheel

The off-the-menu drinks on the Lamplight Lounge secret menu are perfect for chillin' in the sun or relaxing around a fire pit before the World of Color show at night. The conversion of the Cove Bar to the Lamplight Lounge had us worried about the future of the secret menu drinks, but they are still there for those in the know. In case you were wondering, lobster nachos remain too!

If you want a secret drink, ask your server for one of the following fun Lamplight Lounge secret menu concoctions. Mickey's Funwheel boasts three colors and is oh so pretty. (It's so popular it made it on the main cocktail menu at the Alfresco Tasting Terrace.) This adult beverage will light up your day or night! This is not the only Lamplight Lounge secret menu drink at the Cove Bar. Ask the bartender about the Black Pearl, the Earthquake, the Neverland Tea, the Zombie, the Sea Witch, the Melrose Place or the Sideshow Novel-Tea. Note that even though you can get the same secret drinks, the glass shapes have all changed to a more consistent style.

You’ll have to pace yourself if you want to try these exciting secret drinks. How will you choose between these secret menu cocktails and the colorful standard menu drinks? Note: There are no bad choices here!

Even though the theme parks are closed, you can still get these exciting secret menu drinks at the Carthay Circle Lounge — Alfresco Dining experience. Just ask your server. Now if they could just find a way to get us the lobster nachos too, we might get through this pandemic a little hoppier.

Secret Nachos — Lamplight Lounge

Speaking of the Lobster Nachos … if you love nachos, but lobster not so much, here’s another Lamplight Lounge secret menu treat: You can order your nachos with chicken, steak or vegetarian-style. If you want to be super stealthy, you might work your way into the “the Office," the Lamplight Lounge's secret room. You’ll need to be a party of about eight to 13 people and a little bit of luck to get in. You won’t find it on your own. It’s hidden in a back room in a vault! Now that’s good secret-keeping.

Vegetarian Burger — Lamplight Lounge

Well, the secret is out! An Impossible burger has made it to the menu. You can also modify some other menu items to make them vegetarian. Sometimes you need to make some modifications to find some of the best vegetarian food at Disneyland.

Uncovering Delicious Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Lemon and Mango Dole Whip SwirlSwirled Combination of Frozen Treats — Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats

On Pixar Pier, you’ll encounter The Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats. He’s serving up some of the most popular frozen desserts in the park, including his Pixar Pier Frosty Parfait, non-dairy lemon and mango Dole Whip cones. What you won’t find on the printed menu are the swirled flavors. You can no longer get chocolate and vanilla here (but you can find chocolate and vanilla soft serve at Cozy Cone in Cars Land). If you want to combine lemon with mango in a swirled cup or cone, just let them know. It's on the online menu, but it is not printed at the order window.

Festival Secret Menu Items

Disneyland adds some not-so-secret menu items during certain festivals, holidays, parades and color promotions! If some of them are incredibly popular, they just might stick around after the festival fun has ended.

Disneyland Secret Menu - Mickey Macaron

A sprinkling of the popular secret menu items from the run of the Main Street Electrical Parade are still offered permanently as secret items today, such as the Firefly and Alien Style Galactic Burger. Others, including the Lobster Roll at Harbour Galley or the Make Mine Mocha at Schmoozies!, have graduated to the regular menu — well done!

The fun festival temporary treats are kind of like secret menu items. There are usually temporary signs or Foodie Guides bringing them to your attention when you order during their limited runs. If you are visiting during any celebration or holiday time, it's best to research the online Foodie Guides before your visit. Sometimes you can pick up a printed Foodie Guide in the park so you're in the loop.

We’ve also discovered items that were not even on the Foodie Guide, such as the incredibly cute red and yellow Mickey Macaron at Jolly Holiday Bakery Café. (It was available for Get Your Ears On in 2019, and we've seen it return in early 2020!) So keep your eyes and ears open for news on Disneyland secret menu items. It is still best to know about them in advance so you can plan them into your meals and snacks without missing out on the fun.

Disneyland Hotel Secret Menu Items

Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar

Disneyland Secret Menu Items - Kungaloosh at Trader Sam's

Speaking of secret drinks, let's hop over to the Disneyland Hotel for a moment. Trader Sam's is the resort's tiki-inspired watering hole. Inspired by the Jungle Cruise and Enchanted Tiki Room, guests can sip amazing elixirs from the expansive menu, or dive into the secret menu.

Uncovering Disneyland Secret Menu Items - The Bounty or The AssetYou'll find delightful diversions such as King Kamehameha, Missionaries Downfall, Miehana, Liquid Luau and Fog Cutter on the secret menu. The true gem of secret Trader Sam's drinks is the Kungaloosh. Transplanted from the now-closed Adventurer's Club at Disney World, you may order two different versions of this drink. "Old" is vodka, Malibu rum, Midori, pineapple juice and a splash of cranberry. "New" is a blend of strawberry daiquiri mix, orange juice, Captain Morgan spiced rum and blackberry brandy. It's neat to see something from the past return to the Disney fold, even if it's under the radar!

Of course, one of the more popular secret menu drinks is The Bounty, also known as The Asset. It resembles a certain Force-sensitive green character from "The Mandalorian." This drink may come from another galaxy, but it's a tropical drink that is as perfectly sweet as it looks. It has flavors from Midori, lime, coconut and pineapple. Since the bartenders, aka "skippers," all have their own secret drinks they've invented, ask them about any secret drinks they specialize in for some bonus fun.

Hop over to our post on Trader Sam's Disneyland location to learn more about its frogtastic themed food and beverages. One of our favorite hidden drinks that doubles as a dessert is the pineapple Dole Whip Float with rum! Yum! Trader Sam's now takes reservations.

Other Off-Menu Items

Sometimes finding and eating Disneyland secret menu items is more of a necessity than a novelty if you have food intolerances or allergies. You can substitute a gluten-free roll, bun or hot dog bun at most restaurants. Gluten-free pizza crust is available at Pizza Port. Rice noodles can replace pasta in some locations. To avoid cross-contamination, you can request that fries be cooked in a fries-only fryer. Request an allergy-friendly menu before ordering if you have any special dietary needs. If you make table-service reservations through Disney Dining, let them know ahead of time if you have any allergies or special needs so that they can accommodate you. Sometimes you need to go off the menu to modify dishes or find vegetarian food at Disneyland.

You can often order items à la carte if you do not want a large meal or do not want all of the sides. For an example, you can get a single piece of chicken at the Plaza Inn instead of a large meal, or a single scoop of vanilla ice cream instead of a sundae for picky tadpoles at The Golden Horseshoe!

It takes a lot of (delicious) work to uncover all of the secret menu items at Disneyland. If you know of any hidden menu items we haven't uncovered, whisper it in the comments below so we can hop to it and share with others! Oops, we are just terrible at keeping secrets when it comes to Disneyland food and drinks!

Related: Best Disneyland Quick-Service Restaurants

Related: Getting the Scoop on Disneyland Mobile Order Service

Related: Guidelines for Eating Healthy at Disneyland

Hoppy planning!

Keep hopping, Mommy Frog!
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Aug 12, 2019 at 5:09 p.m. Allie Says...

They have these amazing fries at the Hungry Bear Restaurant in Frontierland, with cheese, bacon bits, chives and an INCREDIBLE cilantro lime crema.

Aug 12, 2019 at 12:18 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

YUM, Allie! Thanks for sharing!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Jul 23, 2019 at 9:44 a.m. Maria Says...

I read about a rainbow shake just don't remember where they serve it. Do you know?

Jul 26, 2019 at 9:22 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Maria!

In terms of rainbow sweets, we know of a rainbow sherbet float at Gibson Girl and a Rainbow Unicorn Slushie at Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff (though it's not a secret). We'll do some sleuthing in the park for you and update if we find anything more!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

May 15, 2019 at 11:27 p.m. Jennifer Says...

Disneyland Dole whips are not my favorite, but the Polynesian serves them swirled with vanilla and they are SO good - do they make them that way anywhere at Disneyland???

May 17, 2019 at 8:47 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jennifer!

You cannot mix pineapple Dole Whip with vanilla at Disneyland (unless you got vanilla from a different stand and combined it yourself), but you can mix it with orange or raspberry Dole Whip at the Tropical Hideaway. You can, however, mix the lemon Dole whip with soft serve vanilla or chocolate ice cream (or even blue raspberry slush) at Adorable Snowman’s Frosted Treats at DCA—we highly recommend that if traditional Dole whip doesn’t float your boat. Yum! It’s our favorite!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Jul 24, 2018 at 8:55 p.m. Bri Knodel Says...

You can get IceCream Nachos at the Golden Horseshoe. It’s a secret menu item! Super delicious!

May 16, 2019 at 1:08 p.m. Leonard Says...

I asked for those this past weekend. No longer available!! :(

Jul 25, 2018 at 9:51 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Bri!

YUM! Thank you for sharing this deliciousness with us! We might just have to try them!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Dec 16, 2017 at 5:38 a.m. Madell Landrum Says...

Been coming since 1955. Find something new every time I come. Just found out about the secret menus

Nov 9, 2017 at 1:38 p.m. Jennifer Says...

Do you know if all the secret menu items are still available? I really want to try the Mac and cheese chilli bread bowl!

Sep 10, 2017 at 9:08 p.m. Elizabeth Says...

Went to Disneyland on September 9th, 2017. The Golden Horseshoe does not make ice cream nachos anymore. They have only one kind of ice cream sundae with 1 scoop of ice cream and a hard cookie and it was awful.

Sep 18, 2017 at 9:51 p.m. Earlene Lanter Says...

Had the brownie ice cream sundae at the "horseshoe" and it was delicious! Sept.11, 2017.

Sep 10, 2017 at 8:12 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Elizabeth,

Thanks for the note. We took them off the post.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Jun 29, 2017 at 8:32 p.m. Erin Dent Says...

You didn't mention the secret burito... shhhhh

Jul 16, 2017 at 1:19 p.m. Bobby Says...

What all is in the secret buritto and where is it at

Jun 6, 2017 at 9:15 p.m. Chant Macleod Says...

Is there a version of this for Disney World? Can you share it? :)

Jun 7, 2017 at 7:46 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Chant,

We're glad you liked the Disneyland Secret Menu Items post. We're working on a version for Disney World. Keep Hopping back to see!

Hoppy Planning!

Mommy Frog

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