Our server took our drink order of OJ and coffee. We headed off to the buffet, which had a very large selection of food choices. There was a hot item counter with food such as scrambled eggs, breakfast meats, potatoes, enchiladas, even a create-your-own omelet station and more. Then there was the cold items; salad bar, meat and cheese platter, fresh fruit, yogurt and more. They also had an area with pizzas (like Goofy’s house special peanut butter and jelly pizza) and dessert items.
During our meal we were greeted by Dale, Balloo, Alice, Chef Goofy, Princess Jasmine and lastly Chip, which all posed for pictures with each of us since there was no one to take our picture. Dale, Chip and Jasmine all carried Sharpies and as they came by the tables signed their name on the white table clothes. All of the characters took time at each table and were absolutely wonderful. In addition, every hour Goofy goes to the brunch area and get the kids to get up and dance with him. It looked like a lot of fun and I might have joined in if I was a little hungry. Before the end of the meal the photographer comes by with the photos of you and Goofy. They come with an 8 X 10 of you with Pluto, an 8 X 10 of you holding Tink and (2) 4 x 6 of the Tink picture.This is a restaurant that I would highly recommend trying to anyone who wants a good meal and great character interaction. I will definitely be returning to Goofy’s Kitchen on my next visit to Disneyland. This restaurant gets a 4 out of 5 Mickeys.
*Photos by Kristen Hoetzel