The Lucky Fortune Cookery

The Lucky Fortune Cookery is an odd duck. In a way it has been at the park since it opened in 2001, but within months of the park's opening it stopped operating at all and remained closed but never really gone for years. Finally over the summer of 2009 it swapped locations with Cocina Cucamonga and reopened, offering up Asian-inspired rice bowls, but not, as the name might suggest, the fancy gourmet fortune cookies they had on hand back in 2001.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: In the middle of the Pacific Wharf area, in courtyard formed by this location, Pacific Wharf Café, and Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill.
  • Date Opened: February 8, 2001
  • Seating: Plenty of outdoor seating, shared with other dining locations in the area.
  • Service Type: Counter service
  • Children's Meals: Yes
  • Vegetarian Options: Tofu rice bowl
  • Annual Pass Discount: 15% for Premium; 10% for all other levels
  • Reservations: No
Menu Information - Hide Section

Menu as of January 2014

Asian Rice Bowl - $10.49

Each bowl contains steamed rice and seared Asian vegetables.

Choose one protein:

Choose one sauce:
Mandarin Orange
Spicy Korean
Thai Coconut Curry

Kids meals

Chicken and brown rice - Served with oranges, carrots and choice of small low-fat milk, Minute Maid juice box, or Dasani water. $6.99


Edamame - Lightly salted and served chilled. $3.19
Fresh Mango Slices - $3.69


Souvenir Sipper - Includes soft drink at time of purchase. $6.99
Fountain drinks - Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Fanta Orange, Minute Maid Light Lemonade, Gold Peak Iced Tea. $3.19 / $3.49
Dasani Water - $2.79
Minute Maid Juice Box - $1.79
Nesquik Chocolate Milk - $2.79
Hot Cocoa - $2.79
Coffee (regular or decaf) - $2.79
Hot Tea - $2.79
Low-fat Milk - $1.79
Sapporo - $6.50

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Average Reviewer Rating: 3.6 out of 53.6 out of 53.6 out of 53.6 out of 53.6 out of 5
Number of Lucky Fortune Cookery Reviews: 3
4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   5-16-2011
Reviewer: sjhanksaz Phoenix, Arizona     August 23, 2011
I ate there on our last trip back in May. I really was not expecting too much. I love Asian food. But for park food it was not bad at all. I was not in the mood for the typical burger or hot dog. This hit the spot and I would eat there again.

It's a good thing I was not really hungry or I don't think it would have filled me. So don't plan it beeing a great big meal.

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3.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.0   December 29, 2009
Reviewer: wwomant Sacramento, California     January 10, 2010
The service was fine, and the line moved along fairly quickly. There aren't a lot of choices here. The food was pretty good, but nothing fantastic.
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   Summer 2003
Reviewer: spectromen Lake Elsinore, California     September 26, 2003
The problem with this location is that it's never open. There is a huge dining area along with an attractive neon sign welcoming guests, but when they reach the counter, they find it deserted. I had always been on the lookout for a day when this place might be open, and my suspicions were correct: on the day Disneyland closed early for the Pirates premiere, Lucky Fortune was indeed open. The menu consists of beef and chicken rice bowls and egg rolls. I was amazed that DCA was able to find cast members who remembered the recipes for these items after it had been closed for so long! At any rate, the food was pretty good for a theme park. The best item, IMO, is the egg rolls - they were huge and loaded with vegetables and chicken. Nothing like the puny ones you would get with a 2-3 item combo at Panda Express. Next door, there is a dessert counter that has chocolate covered fortune cookies. Cool looking, although I didn't try any. It's a shame this isn't open more often. DCA was open til midnight that night, and they closed at 8. I counted 10 parties coming up to the counter at 8:05-8:10 while we were eating who were hoping to order their meals, only to find out it was too late. If you see this one open on your visit, give it a try.
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