• On Apr 12, 2020
    Christelle from France Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi, I will be on deluxe dining plan and I would like to eat at Tokyo Dining. What is considered as an appetizer? What about the rolls? I have heard that 2 rolls can be choosen as an Entree ? What is correct on all that? Thank you for your help

    Hey there, Christelle! Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    There’s nothing like planning a trip to Walt Disney World! And for me, it doesn’t get better than spending the day at my favorite Theme Park, EPCOT.

    While I’ve not personally had the opportunity to dine at Tokyo Dining (yet), I have always heard wonderful things about the cuisine and views from this contemporary restaurant! 

    As you may know, the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan includes one appetizer, one entrée, one dessert, and of course one beverage. In general, the Nigiri Sushi and Classic Rolls are considered to be an appetizer (yum, now I’m craving an Avocado Roll). 

    As it relates to ordering two of these rolls as a replacement for your entree, you’ll want to ask your server as every restaurant varies. However, you’re also more than welcome to ask one of Cast Members near the front entrance of Tokyo Dining prior to being seated. I know we’ve done this before as it related to special dietary requests and they’ve always been able to work their magic and get us an answer.

    If you have any other questions please let us know. Have a magical day and tell Mickey and Minnie I said hello!

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Meet the Panelist: Bryan, Kansas

Hi all! I'm Bryan from Kansas City. I'm a husband, first-time dad, and man's best friend to our Golden Retriever. Like many kids, I grew up traveling to Disney World nearly every year with my family, so to say that my perspective has changed over the years is an understatement. Through my passion, firsthand knowledge and park research, I look forward to helping you with your Disney vacation! Learn More About Bryan

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