1. The Fried Biscuits at Carthay Circle Restaurant
California Adventure — HOLY CRAP THESE ARE THE BEST THINGS EVER. Filled with ooey gooey white cheddar, bacon, and jalapeño, these are a must when dining at Carthay Circle or California Adventure, in general. Who knew these were even available? Well, now you do so no excuses. These are seriously to die for.
2. Fire Cracker Duck Wings at Carthay Circle Restaurant
3. Portobello Mushroom Philly at Award Weiners
4. Veggie Tater Bake at Flo's V8 Cafe
California Adventure — Another great vegetarian option, this is Flo's take on a Shepherd's pie, and it doesn't disappoint. Filled with bulger wheat, roasted veggies, soy crumbles, and topped with mashed potato and cauliflower, this is not only filling and hearty, you don't even have to be vegetarian to enjoy it!
5. Apple-Cheddar "Ugly" Pie at Flo's V8 Cafe
California Adventure — Is there really any such thing as an ugly pie? I mean, aren't all pies inherently beautiful because, well, they're pies? Anyway, this pie is fine by me and I love it just the way it is, flaws and all. It's a great little treat to munch on as you watch the Radiator Springs Racers zoom by.
6. Lobster Nachos at The Cove Bar
7. Fried Pickles at Carnation Café
Disneyland — The fried pickles were introduced to the park when the Carnation Café reopened in 2012 after renovations. How these haven't always been a Disneyland staple is anyone's guess, but the fact that they use about 500 pickles a day just for these proves that they are most likely here to stay. Keeping them as spears instead of slices helps keep the integrity of the pickle, making sure you get that satisfactory crunch. Also, the panko and parmesan crust makes them stand apart from their run-of-the-mill fried pickle counterparts.