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- 98%Family Travelers
- 51%History Buffs
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (14)
- Blue BayouMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersNov 05, 2013
Serving countless swashbucklers since 1967, Blue Bayou is set in a perpetual “twilight” surrounded by fireflies and the sounds of the bayou. As you watch the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction guests float by, enjoy a cup of New Orleans gumbo or Royal Street Seafood Jambalaya.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- Blue BayouJan 02, 2014
terrible and such a disappointment!
I have always wanted to dine here and finally got the opportunity
I was so disappointed in not only the food but the service as well
The ONLY good thing was the novelty
Never again and please do not waste your money here
- Blue BayouMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Oct 06, 2012
The Blue Bayou is the restaurant in the French Quarter section of Disneyland, and the restaurant that you float by at the beginning of The Pirates of the Caribbean. I really like the restaurant, but they changed the menu a couple of years ago to remove the baked apple dessert.
You should make reservations first thing when you come into the park because seating is limited and it's very popular.
- Blue BayouAug 02, 2012
As a child I always wondered how people were able to find this restaurant and watch us on the ride. I was always in awe and thought it was a special club. As an adult I've had the pleasure of dining there, and it's just as much fun. The mood and the magic of Disney is just too much for words to describe. You have to go and make reservations and try it yourself.
- Blue BayouMember ofBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 3Jan 02, 2014
We came here for my wife's birthday yesterday to fulfill her long-time wish to have dinner at the Blue Bayou overlooking her favorite ride. Unfortunately the experience was disappointing - service was subpar and the food was disappointing relative to the price. We both had the surf and turf and the knives were not sharp enough to effectively cut through the tough lobster and filet mignon. For the price that we paid, the filet and lobster should have been super tender. The service was a disappointment - it took 10 min to get our drink order taken and then another 15 min to order our food. The experience of eating next to Pirates wasn't worth it. YMMV
- Blue Bayou
- Blue BayouCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Jul 05, 2012
What a fun restaurant. Head to this restaurant located within the Pirates of the Caribbean early and place a reservation. Your table offers you a view of passing riders (unknowingly about to plunge into the depths of pirate hell). Service is friendly, the ambience is undeniably romantic and the dinner rolls are warm. The star here is the Monte Cristo, a sizzled ham sandwich served with a side of sweet jam.
- Blue BayouJul 04, 2012
a disneyland tradition!
the main reason anyone has got to get reservations as soon as disneyland opens in the morning is so you can dine on the patio and take in the magic of the pirates of the caribbean. it's just not a memorable trip to disneyland unless i get seats out here.
as for the food it is usually pretty damn good my favs are the monte cristo, the mahi mahi, the beef short ribs and for dessert the key lime pie.
now if the submarine ride had a restaurant inside that would be my new fave but for now and i think forever the best dining experience at disneyland is the blue bayou.
- Blue BayouMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesVegetarian+ 2Jul 04, 2012
Here's the deal with the Blue Bayou- it's not particularly good food. The prices are absurd for the quality of the food, and there is almost always a long wait. Nobody eats here because the food is good! The ambience is what you enjoy when you dine at the Blue Bayou. It's set right in the queue area of Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean ride, and as a diner you are immersed in a nighttime setting deep in the bayou; sit back and watch the boats float by lazily. It is a highly enjoyable experience, as long as you are prepared for expensive mediocre food. If you're going during a high season, make sure to call and make reservations in advance!