Our first dinner on our last trip was at Disney's PCH Grill. Interesting factoid, the PCH Grill is actually very close to where our room in the Grand Californian was located -- so its actually one of the more convenient places to eat if you are staying at DGC!
The real highlight of the meal was the fried Cauliflower with hot wing sauce appetizer, one of my favorite dishes of this entire trip! The cauliflower was cooked perfectly, nice and tender, with a nice light crispy breading and delicious spicy wing sauce on it.
We also had the artichoke dip with tortilla chips -- the chips were not good at all, the dip was good but not great. For my entree I had the Mac & Cheese which was quite good, but again not great. I prefer my mac and cheese to be baked in a dish with a crispy breading on top using gourmet cheeses. This Mac & Cheese was more of a sau
The Disneyland resort restaurant is a lttle off the beaten path--not in the parks or Downtown Disney...but if you are willing to cross the street over to the Paradise Pier hotel, then you are in for a good--if not great--meal :D Service is good, food is good, prices are... well, prices are Disney prices ;)
It's a little quieter than some of the more lively restaurants that are right in the thick of it...but that could be a good thing :D