Recently, I've decided to review each and every food item that Tokyo Disney has to offer. Recently, I've also decided to step up my exercise regime because of this. I love what I do and I want to keep eating like a glutton and blogging about food for a long long time. If I die of a heart attack, Honorable Rat will not get to become the most comprehensive Tokyo Disney food site and that will just crush me. Wait, but if I'm dead, how is anything gonna crush me? I'm already dead. Hmmmmm, interesting.
Apart from upping my exercise regime, I'd like to share another piece of super important information with you. Many Ratketeers have asked me about food outside of Tokyo Disney, so I'm going to reciprocate. In the near future, I'm going to review food in other parts of Japan too. Don't you worry Ratketeers, this site will still focus on Tokyo Disney. I'm just gonna add in bits and pieces of information that I feel is worth mentioning, when I indulge in food away from the resort. Hopefully, that will help you plan your trip to Japan better. That's gonna be a lot of food on my plate. A lot of eating and writing to be done. Best we get on with it!
Cheese Dog can be found in Refreshment Corner in Tokyo Disneyland. The price for the dog, alone, is 460 yen and a set which includes fries and a drink will set you back by 840 yen. As you can see from the picture above, Cheese Dog is basically a hot dog with liquid cheese poured onto it. The saltiness from the sausage combines with the saltiness of the cheese to give you a, well.... salty flavor.
There's quite a bit of cheese poured on this dog, which is nice, but 460 yen is a little too much for me. Don't get me wrong. The Cheese Dog was good, but it's basically just a hot dog with melted cheese. My 3 year old daughter could make this at home. It's like preparing toasted bread with butter. My brain is melting, thinking about how overpriced this hot dog is. In 5 minutes, I'll spread some of my melted brain on hot dogs and try selling them. How much do you think I'll be able to sell one for?
If you are looking for something cheesy to munch on, go get a Bacon & Pineapple Pizza instead. You can find Bacon & Pineapple Pizza at Captain Hook's Galley in Tokyo Disneyland. A slice is 50 yen cheaper than the Cheese Dog and it's definitely more fulfilling. Both of them contain dough, cheese and meat. In my Asian mind, they are both similar food type, so donch chu go spenling yor mani ong der Cheezu Dogu! Did you get that? Was that a little too much?
Honorable Rating: Don't Break Your Notes (3/5)