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Disneyland Hotel - Croc's Bits 'n' Bites
 
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Closed for further reviews - replaced by Tangaroa Terrace and Trader Sam's, April 2011.
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Average Reviewer Rating: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 3 ( Displaying Reviews: 1 - 3 )
2.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.0   3/20/09
Reviewer: backsthepack Litchfield Park, AZ     March 23, 2009
We stopped over one night to grab a quick bite. We ordered 2 nugget meals and a burger. There was no one in line ahead of us. We waited about 25 minutes for our food. The prices are a tad bit high for what you get, but not too awful bad. The food is just so so. Really not that great.
 
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3.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.0   4-15-07
Reviewer: simnia Anaheim, CA     April 15, 2007
Once when leaving the Grand Californian Hotel I overheard someone talking about how good the cheeseburgers were at Croc's Bits 'n Bites, so when I found myself hungry and in the vicinity on a Sunday afternoon, I checked out Croc's Bits 'n Bites. The $7-8 burger prices initially scared me away, but I was driven back after being delayed in Downtown Disney before I could get to my originally intended restaurant, which was far away. I ordered the BBQ Chicken Sandwich for $8.59 as a late lunch, and only ice water to drink. I thought the 10-minute wait was unjustified for what I interpreted to be a fast food stand, especially when there were only two orders ahead of mine, but the sandwich was tasty, and came with fries. I couldn't quite figure out the seating arrangements: it looks like most people order from Croc's, sit between Croc's and The Lost Bar, then order an alcoholic drink from The Lost Bar. At any rate, all the tables on The Lost Bar side of this food stand were taken, but there were several free tables on the other side. Croc's queue was generally very short, maybe because of the relatively high prices. There are heating poles outside at the tables, like at La Brea Bakery, which are always nice on chilly days. In general I thought this food stand was OK, nothing special, and I would go back under similar conditions of hunger and time pressure.
 
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   Sept. 2005
Reviewer: ima_mickeyfan     October 08, 2006
I think this was a great place for grabbing that late night meal. We stopped here to grab a very late dinner for dh, myself and 4 kids. We got the typical children's meals that came in the plastic lunch box containers. Dh and I ordered cheeseburgers aswell. The food is pretty typical, nothing to write home about, but I give the convience a 4 out of 5 because we stayed at the DLH and it was so easy to order and take the food to our room, pop in a movie and wind down for the night. I do have to say that it gets very busy with families of small children when the park starts to close, so prepare for that.
 
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