Camp Woodchuck replaced the sad fried chicken place
I don't even remember its name. There used to be a dining establishment that sits at where Camp Woodchuck Kitchen is right now and I'm really happy that it has been replaced. I've eaten at the former once and promised myself never to go back again. Terrible, I tell ya. Terrible! Now, in its place, a new building has been constructed and it fits into Westernland perfectly.
Fried Chicken out, Waffle Sandwiches in
Camp Woodchuck Kitchen serves up waffle sandwiches and they are affordably priced. A waffle sandwich by itself costs 700 yen and if you opt for a set, it will only set you back by 1,080 yen. You can take a look at the menu in the 3 pictures below.
Just like camp, you line up and wait for your food to be ready...
but it ain't free. Have I ever told you that I was in the Singapore army? I didn't do it by choice though. Every man in Singapore has to serve the nation for two and a half years. Disney's counter service restaurants always remind me of the good ol' times when I had to line up for food in the canteen with a tray, pray for good food and leave my stomach to the mercy of the army chefs. Most of the time my prayers were answered. I don't know if it was because the food was really good or because we were all just super hungry. I should revisit my camp and get back to you on that. There are two major differences between Camp Woodchuck Kitchen and Mandai Hill Camp in Singapore. Food's not free and I get to choose what I want to eat. Money for freedom! Hu-ah!
Beautiful interior with loads of seating
Camp Woodchuck Kitchen's theming is top-notch. As mentioned earlier, it really blends into that part of Westernland really well. There's plenty of seating to go around. Plan your meal times accordingly and you will be good. Two floors of seating with nice little details in the building to enhance your dining experience. You'll be able to find pictures, sculptures and a whole lot of theming going on while you eat. There's even a "fire pit" outside! It's not real, so don't plan on warming yourself up there in winter. Stay indoors!
On with the food
After trying all three waffle sandwiches, I must say that I'm impressed. This has become my favorite budget restaurant in Tokyo Disneyland. I've switched teams. No more in #TeamChinaVoyager. I've now become part of #TeamCampWoodchuckKitchen. All three waffle sandwiches will tease different parts of your tongue. Want something a little spicy, go for the Spicy Shrimp & Avocado. Want something a little sweet, go for the Fried Chicken with Maple Sauce. Want something more savory, go for the Bacon with Vegetable Barbecue Sauce. There's something for everyone here. Great food at affordable prices.
We have ourselves a winner
Affordable, delicious, great atmosphere, loads of seating. Camp Woodchuck Kitchen is a brilliant addition to Tokyo Disneyland. A must-visit!
Honorable Rating: Lick That Plate (5/5)