In the previous blog post, Honorable Rat talked about change in the world of Tokyo Disney. About food items that are being replaced regularly and how that's a good thing. There once was a pointless food stand in Tokyo DisneySea that sold fruits in a cup. Honestly, in the many times that I've visited the park, I've never once thought, "Man, I feel like grabbing some fruits. My body is in need of nutrition. Let me spend my money on overpriced apples." That has never once crossed my mind.
I really think that Mickey is a Mouse of statistics. In his office, he probably has a huge diary with statistical notes on everything in his kingdom and when a food item is not doing so well in the House of the Mouse... goodbye, adios, sayonara.
Mickey didn't just replace that fruit stand. He built a whole building to house the new tenant. Hudson River Harvest was born and in it you can find Baked Potatoes and refreshing drinks. For my virgin visit to Hudson River Harvest, I got myself a Baked Potatoes (Honey Mustard) for 450 yen.
At first glance, I was over the moon. The Baked Potatoes (Honey Mustard) looked so much better than little pieces of cut fruits in a plastic cup. This new, less healthy snack also smelled amazing. At first bite, however, the moon fell, crashed into me and crippled my ability to think.
The Baked Potatoes (Honey Mustard) got me so confused. I started asking myself stupid questions like, "Is this Baked Potatoes baked? Why is this so soggy? Why does this taste funky? What is this?"
The potatoes were salty. The cherry tomatoes were sour. Thank God for the Honey Mustard! That added another dimension to the flavor which made this tolerable, but it also contributed to my already confused state. I didn't know what to think! I know one thing though. This is definitely not baked potatoes! Oh and one more thing, if you are getting this, throw the cherry tomatoes away. It's better without them. Forget the notion of health is wealth when it comes to this snack.
Honorable Rating: Only in "Shouganai" Situations (2/5)