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Enchanted Garden @ Hongkong Disneyland Hotel, Hong Kong

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Enchanted Garden Restaurant is the only restaurant at Hongkong Disneyland Hotel that has character dining and the major plus point for us is the characters visit every table during their buffet timings. And...there are 2 timeslots for dining.

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Enchanted Garden Restaurant is the only restaurant at Hongkong Disneyland Hotel that has character dining and the major plus point for us is the characters visit every table during their buffet timings. And...there are 2 timeslots for dining.

For the twoddler and my own curiosity, we had consecutive meals there, dinner and breakfast. Enchanted Garden's all adorned for Halloween!


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Truly enchanted with the vineyard vibes going on and a faux fountain. Spot Mickey!


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Goofy in one of the outfits that we saw throughout the two meals.

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The menu is largely seasonal from the food tags and there was a good spread of western, chinese, japanese and even indian for dinner.

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Cooked upon ordering, this was steak with mushroom sauce and asparagus.

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This definitely looks very festive with the garlic confit and roast beef.

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The range is decent though the number of kid's friendly dishes are not many - the twoddler ate plenty of fish though. I do wish they have child friendlier dishes since majority are heavy on it or fried.

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I guess Halloween shaped disney dessert is already a winner and I tried them all! Well just for the heck of it.

We were given a discount of HKD 50 per head for the dinner buffet - there are in house promotions every now and then so hooray to more savings.

Dinner was a-okay for me and since the priority was seeing the characters upclose and personal, I cannot be happier.


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As with their meal timings, for breakfast there are two seatings; 730-9am and 930-11am.

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I spy Mickey waffles! A must eat especially when these go for HKD 50 a pop in the themepark itself.

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Dimsum just in case you leave Hong Kong without trying any.


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Beef brisket and their version of yong tau foo in case one leaves Hongkong without trying any of their specialties.


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I had a mishmesh of everything and I am surprised their breakfast spread is even more substantial than dinner.

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A very legit version of beef brisket, tender and tasty chunks! I would have had seconds if not for the limited stomach space.


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I definitely had seconds.




I would highly recommend a meal or two here if queueing for characters is not your thing and checking out Hongkong dishes are up your alley. No harm that they serve cute looking food too, right?


Enchanted Garden
Hongkong Disneyland Hotel


ler and my own curiosity, we had consecutive meals there, dinner and breakfast. Enchanted Garden's all adorned for Halloween!


DSC_5682

Truly enchanted with the vineyard vibes going on and a faux fountain. Spot Mickey!


DSC_5727

Goofy in one of the outfits that we saw throughout the two meals.

DSC_5747

The menu is largely seasonal from the food tags and there was a good spread of western, chinese, japanese and even indian for dinner.

DSC_5748 DSC_5721

Cooked upon ordering, this was steak with mushroom sauce and asparagus.

DSC_5722

This definitely looks very festive with the garlic confit and roast beef.

DSC_5730

The range is decent though the number of kid's friendly dishes are not many - the twoddler ate plenty of fish though. I do wish they have child friendlier dishes since majority are heavy on it or fried.

DSC_5744

I guess Halloween shaped disney dessert is already a winner and I tried them all! Well just for the heck of it.

We were given a discount of HKD 50 per head for the dinner buffet - there are in house promotions every now and then so hooray to more savings.

Dinner was a-okay for me and since the priority was seeing the characters upclose and personal, I cannot be happier.


DSC_5853

As with their meal timings, for breakfast there are two seatings; 730-9am and 930-11am.

DSC_5854 DSC_5855


I spy Mickey waffles! A must eat especially when these go for HKD 50 a pop in the themepark itself.

DSC_5858

Dimsum just in case you leave Hong Kong without trying any.


DSC_5859

Beef brisket and their version of yong tau foo in case one leaves Hongkong without trying any of their specialties.


DSC_5832

I had a mishmesh of everything and I am surprised their breakfast spread is even more substantial than dinner.

DSC_5782

A very legit version of beef brisket, tender and tasty chunks! I would have had seconds if not for the limited stomach space.


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I definitely had seconds.


I would recommend having a meal or two at Enchanted Garden if queueing for characters is not your thing and having reasonably tasty dishes are up your alley. We definitely were not looking to authentic dishes but hey, it turned out better than expected.


Enchanted Garden
Hongkong Disneyland Hotel


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