Locals who visit Disneyland all the time, already know most of best places to buy affordable eats at the resort. But economy-minded vacationers might want to consult this list featuring a long menu of delicious items all for under $10. There’s lots more than popcorn, hot dogs, and hamburgers too:

Disneyland

  • Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland (bacon-wrapped asparagus, vegetable, chicken or beef skewers)
  • Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland (four cheese enchiladas with red chile sauce)
  • Carnation Café on Main Street, U.S.A. (a bowl of loaded baked potato soup)
  • Golden Horseshoe in Frontierland (fish ‘n chips)
  • Hungry Bear in Critter Country (grilled chicken Caesar, veggie burger, turkey club)
  • Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port in Tomorrowland (slice of veggie pizza, tomato-basil pasta)
  • Royal Street Veranda in New Orleans Square (gumbo in a sourdough bowl)
  • Tomorrowland Terrace (grilled veggie sandwich, fresh fruit plate)

California Adventure

  • Wine Country Trattoria in the Golden State (caprese salad, chef’s soup)
  • Lucky Fortune Cookery (Asian rice bowl with beef, chicken or tofu)
  • Pacific Wharf Café (Santa Rosa corn chowder, Vallejo vegetarian chili served in sourdough bowls)
  • Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill (tamales and tacos)
  • Taste Pilot’s Grill, Golden State Condor Flats (three large pork ribs, fries and slaw)

Disneyland Hotel

  • The Coffee House (chef salad, ham and cheese sandwich)

Paradise Pier Hotel

  • PCH Grill (one-third-pound Angus burgers, club sandwich, grilled chicken breast sandwich, skinny melt with beef or turkey patty on bed of grilled zucchini and caramelized onions)

Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

  • White Water Snacks (veggie burger, nachos, personal pizzas)
  • Storyteller’s Café (at lunch, corn chowder, chicken quesadilla, sticky ribs with soba salad)

Downtown Disney

  • House of Blues (chicken shrimp gumbo, crispy catfish nuggets, spicy calamari, chicken quesadillas.)
  • La Brea Bakery Express (soup in a sourdough bread bowl, various sandwiches and salads)
  • Napolini (paninis, baked pasta, pizza by the slice)
  • Rain Forest Café (buffalo wings, chili con queso)
  • Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen Express (jambalaya, gumbo, po’ boy sandwiches)
  • Tortilla Jo’s Taqueria (tacos, burritos, nachos)

Which if these are your favorites? Any other tips for saving money on food on a Disneyland vacation?