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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Disneyland Chimichanga Carts

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You might've thought I've covered all the Mexican food there is to cover at Disneyland Resort but I still haven't covered their chimichanga carts. I know of one at DCA and one at Disneyland proper. There could be more. Chimichangas are basically deep-fried burritos, flour tortillas wrapped around refried beans. When I was there earlier tonight I noticed that the cart in Frontierland was also selling beef tamales as a holiday thing. As far as I can tell no salsa is provided. If you know any differently please leave a comment.

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At DCA near the Monsters Inc. ride




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At DCA near the Ferris wheel


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Near the Matterhorn

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3 comments:

Sled Dog said...

Well, on my recent foray into OC, I had only one mexican meal in Orange County...at Disneyland's Rancho de Zocalo. I tried for another while at Knott's (La Victoria Cantina), but they ran out of food and were only serving sodas. I remember as a kid being able to get homemade churros at Knott's...before those pre-fab things became en vogue.

ChristianZ said...

At least you got a little Mexican food. I suppose you've seen our Rancho del Zocalo coverage here.

Sled Dog said...

No, I haven't so I'll look it up and see how my impressions match up. The most authentic mex food I had while in so cal was in riverside county at an old haunt in Perris called the Taquito House. It's been there for more than 40 years. Feels like I'm eating at a place in Ensenada or San Quintin.