Pastrami Sandwich on Graham Bread with Fried Potatoes

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If I were to get a yen for every rat that has done the Titanic pose on the S.S. Columbia, I would be a very rich rat

You know that famous pose, don't ya? Jack embracing Rose from behind while she spreads her arms wide. Change "arms" in that sentence to "legs" and you would have gotten a totally different kind of movie. The S.S. Columbia is a big, stationery cruise ship in American Waterfront and you could walk up to its deck to strike the Jack-Rose pose. No, not the "legs" version! Keep it clean Ratketeer. Shiriki Utundu is constantly watching from the Tower of Terror and you don't wanna piss that dude off. Keep your pants on, take a picture and enjoy one of the most amazing views in Tokyo DisneySea.

Teddy Roosevelt Lounge Menu

Teddy Roosevelt Lounge Menu

How does American Waterfront compare to the rest of the park when it comes to dining?

When it comes to having a meal, American Waterfront will spoil you. This area has 4 restaurants that are highly regarded by Honorable Rat. There's Restaurant Sakura, New York Deli and in the S.S. Columbia, there's the S.S. Columbia Dining Room and Teddy Roosevelt Lounge. All 4 restaurants serve up good food. To this rat, American Waterfront is the best Port of Call in Tokyo DisneySea to grab a meal in.

Main Dishes in Teddy Roosevelt Lounge

Main Dishes in Teddy Roosevelt Lounge

Pastrami Sandwich on Graham Bread Served with Fried Potatoes

You will be able to find the Pastrami Sandwich on Graham Bread in Teddy Roosevelt Lounge and it costs 1, 300 yen. That's a little expensive for a sandwich, especially since New York Deli is just a stone's throw away. Granted, yes, you are also paying for the comfort and atmosphere of dining in Teddy Roosevelt Lounge, but all of that will not matter if this sandwich can't compete with the sandwiches in New York Deli.

Pastrami Sandwich on Graham Bread with Fried Potatoes

Pastrami Sandwich on Graham Bread with Fried Potatoes

How did it taste?

To be dead honest, it reminded me a lot of the Mile High Deli Stack in New York Deli, but with a little less punch. The Pastrami Sandwich on Graham Bread was a little blander in taste, as compared to its more affordable cousin residing in New York Deli (Sauerkraut sauce in Mile High Deli Stack was the difference-maker). I did like the fact that it came with potato wedges which were fried to perfection and dang, those wedges filled me up. I couldn't finish everything on my plate! At the end of the day, if you are a big eater, this might be the meal for you, but for me, New York Deli is still my destination of choice for sandwiches.

Honorable Rating: Don't Break Your Notes (3/5)

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