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Disneyland Article
Here Is What The New Tropical Hideaway In Adventureland Looks Like

Tahitian Terrace
Orange County Register
Marla Jo Fisher
December 11, 2018
December 15, 2018
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The tiki torches are lit and the tables are ready. Now, get ready for some outdoor dining overlooking the Jungle Cruise, as Disneyland's Tropical Hideaway prepares to open for business.

This new eatery will serve grab-and-go exotic foods such as warm bao buns with spiced vegetable, kaffir lime chicken and bulgogi beef fillings, ramen salad, spring rolls with cream cheese and pineapple and more.

People will sit on a rustic, aged-looking outdoor deck that looks like it just extended over from the Jungle Cruise. After dark, tiki torches will light the area with a flickering glow. The new venue sits in the space between the Enchanted Tiki Room and the Jungle Cruise that once held a Polynesian themed restaurant called the Tahitian Terrace, and later was Aladdin's Oasis.

"Travelers can reach The Tropical Hideaway across its main bridge, through Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room or along "Skipper's Walk," a pathway leading from the Jungle Cruise loading dock," according to a Dec. 11 post on the Disney Parks blog. "Colorful wildlife can also be found at the Hideaway. The stars of the Enchanted Tiki Room live in small birdhouses that dot the roof line, each personally labeled. Can you spot them? One cockatoo who has packed up her bags and spreading her wings is Rosita. As she waits on the dock for her boat to arrive, this friendly bird makes small talk with visitors!"

The new eatery is part of Disneyland's efforts to create more seating and eating capability to get ready for the advent of Star Wars:Galaxy's Edge in summer 2019.

As a nod to the adjacent Enchanted Tiki Room, the new dining spot will include a wise-cracking animatronic bird known as Rosita.

"Disney did what they do better than anyone else - build something brand new that looks like it's been there forever, complete with history and story elements which will have fans and visitors wondering if they've been there before," said Todd Regan. "The area is one part Tiki Room, one part Jungle Cruise and helps tie various story elements of Adventureland together."
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Aladdin's Oasis

Enchanted Tiki Room

Jungle Cruise

Restaurants Referenced

Tahitian Terrace

Tropical Hideway

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Star Wars Galaxys Edge

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