Sandwiches at Sea – DisneySea 🍙

📍 Tokyo DisneySea @ 1-13 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan

Having a quick sandwich stop at New York Deli in DisneySea. They serve sandwiches, soups and salad – New York Deli is in fact, a deli. Wow.. what a surprise!

The line was fairly long and crowded during lunch period, so to avoid long lines, I would suggest eating an early or late meal!

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Mile High Deli Stack (top) & Grilled Reuben (bottom)

The Grilled Reuben looks nothing amazing next to the Mile High Deli Stack. The Grilled Reuben consisted of hot corned beef, cheese, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing. They also included red and yellow pepper, which they didn’t specify in the menu but it’s no big deal.

The Mile High Deli Stack is probably the most valued meal, in terms of how much you get for the price you paid for. The Mile High Deli Stack is like a freaking whopper! The Mile High Deli Stack had roasted beef, roasted chicken, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and sauerkraut sauce.

Mile High indeed.

I had the Grilled Reuben and I didn’t like it because I tasted so much meat in it… If you’re a meat lover, you’ll like the Grilled Reuben. The Mile High Deli Stack tasted more refreshing due to the lettuce and tomatoes, so personally, I like the Mile High Deli better than the Grilled Reuben.

And as usual, fries were awesome but they didn’t give a lot here at DisneySea either ): !

Till next time, ♥

► My day at Disneyland
► What I ate at Disneyland: Meals, Mickey & Minnie Popsicles & Mickey Waffles
► My time at DisneySea
► What I ate at DisneySea: Little Green Men Dessert

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