HONG KONG – Hong Kong Disneyland will provide a wide variety of Asian cuisine for visitors.
The theme park, which is planning to open by the end of 2005 or early 2006, will offer over 300 dishes at its eight restaurant outlets.
Don Robinson, group managing director, told TravelWeekly that Hong Kong Disneyland will provide the widest choice of food compared with the company’s other theme parks.
“Even vegetarians, people who are health conscious, and with religious reasons can find the food they like,” said Robinson.
In addition to hamburger and French fries, the theme park features a wide variety of Asian cuisine including Japanese sushi, Kashmiri chicken curry, Malaysian lamb satay, Sichuan dan dan noodles, and Hong Kong dim sum.