Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall
We didn’t eat at too many sit down restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland; the nice dining experiences were reserved mostly for DisneySea, whereas Disneyland was mainly quick service and snack type meals. But, when we passed by the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall in Fantasyland, we knew we had to give it a try. I suppose this wasn’t really “sit down” service in the traditional sense, either — more a buffeteria along the likes of Plaza Inn in Anaheim.
If you couldn’t tell, the theming is superb! Definitely what makes the whole experience. It was like a dining counterpart to the beautifully well done Queen of Hearts hedge maze at Disneyland Paris.
This is one of the most popular counter service restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland, so be ready to brave an intimidating line if you plan on dining here. They don’t take reservations, so you just need to be willing to wait. We ate here on a relatively slow Wednesday, and the line to get our food still took around 20-30 minutes. Well worth it, though!
The inside of the restaurant is decked to the nines with Queen of Hearts motifs.
So many choices! I went with the $14 flank steak, which I got with a side of rice and soup.
Aren’t the desserts just darling? We’d filled up on snacks throughout the day, so skipped the sweet stuff this time. I wish we’d gotten them anyway, cause I’m sure my stomach would’ve made room somehow.
Look at all this food for less than $40! The serving sizes were pretty substantial, too, so we came away nice and full.
Honestly, it was a godsend just to be sitting inside in the warmth next to this cutie.
Overall, we loved this whimsical little lunch spot. If you’re a fan of Alice in Wonderland, you have to give the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall a visit. Even if you’re not, you’ll no doubt dig this place for its cohesive theming and delicious food. We’ll definitely be stopping in here again during future Tokyo Disneyland trips. And next time we’ll be sure to stock up on all the desserts!