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Yamabuki

This dining location is permanently closed. This page is retained here for historical interest.

The Disneyland Resort's only Japanese restaurant closed on April 11, 2009. No replacement has been announced for this space. The restaurant details are presented below for posterity.

General Information - Hide Section

    Yamabuki is permanently closed. This page is retained here for historical interest.


  • Location: In the main Paradise Pier Hotel building, but with an external entrance on the Disneyland Drive side of the hotel.
  • Date Opened: 1996
  • Date Closed: April 11, 2009
  • Seating: Indoor tables
  • Service Type: Table service
  • Children's Meals: Yes
  • Vegetarian Options: Yes
  • Annual Pass Discount: Yes
  • Reservations:
 
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Dinner Menu as of October 7, 2006

First Course

Mountain Rose Ceviche - Diced ahi, hamachi, scallop, and shrimp marinated and served with Japanese cucumber-tomato salad. $13.00
Sashimi - A trio of thinly sliced yellowfin tuna, Pacific salmon, and hamachi. $17.00
Hotate - Sweet singing scallops baked on the half shell with a creamy Meyer lemon dressing. $14.00
Agedashi Tofu - Crispy fried tofu with a ginger-inspired nameko mushroom broth. $9.00
Yakitori - Marinated chicken grilled on bamboo skewers with Yamabuki teriyaki sauce. $9.00
Edamame - Warm fresh soybeans seasoned with coarse sea salt. $5.00

Tempura

A classic Japanese dish of seafood or vegetables in an exceptionally light and crispy coating.

Spider Tempura - Soft-shell crab with citrus soy sauce. $15.00
Tempura Yasai - Including asparagus, kabocha squash, green beans, shimeji mushrooms, and lotus. $8.00
Ebi Tempura - Jumbo shrimp with traditional dipping sauce. $10.00

Second Course

Shiro Miso Soup - Traditional Japanese white miso broth with tofu, seaweed, and green onion. $5.00
Udon Noodle Soup - Katsuo dashi "fish" broth with fresh noodles, giant oyster mushroom, and herbs. $6.00
Yamabuki Garden Salad - Baby Asian green salad with shaved fennel, cucumber tossed in a light lemon-rice wine vinaigrette. $6.00
Cucumber Sunomono - Thinly sliced cucumber and wakame seaweed with tosazu dressing. $6.00
Ohitashi - Chilled asparagus and baby greens in sesame seed vinaigrette. $7.00

Third Course

Entrees served with steamed rice and seasaonal vegetables.

Sashimi Moriawase - Masterfully prepared using ahi tuna, Pacific salmon, hamachi yellowtail, halibut, scallops, tako, and ebi. $28.00
Gyu Hire Yaki - Grilled petit filet mignon with sauteed Japanese ratatouille in an orange-soy essence. $29.00
Dragon Thermidor - Broiled Maine lobster tossed in thermidor sauce with sauteed mushrooms and scallions. $34.00
Kisetsu-no Tempura - Jumbo shrimp and Alaskan halibut flash-fried in tempura batter. $26.00
Taraba-Gani - Soy sansyo-glazed Alaskan king crab and jumbo claw. $32.00
Breast of Chicken Teriyaki - Teriyaki grilled breast of chicken with asparagus and layered with Japanese woodland mushrooms. $21.00
Pacific Salmon Teriyaki - Filet of salmon richly glazed with our house teriyaki sauce and tempura fried baby bok choy. $22.00
New York Steak Teriyaki - Teriyaki grilled New York with tempura fried Japanese eggplant and tiny green beans. $24.00
Yudofu - Traditional vegetarian entree with vegetables and organic tofu simmered in kelp broth, served with soy citrus dipping sauce. $18.00

Imperial Menu

Our special four-course menu celebrating traditions and innovations. $48.00; with a matched flight of select premium sakes, $73.00.

Ahi Poke Napoleon - Spicy diced ahi marinated with ginger, scallions, toasted sesame seeds, and tamari soy layered with cucumber and daikon on a yellow tomato-sushi vinaigrette.
Matsutake Mushroom Consomme - The most famous Japanese mushroom broth served with a crisp autumn spring roll and a Sylvetta arugula salad.
The Dragon and the Phoenix - Tempura fried Santa Barbera spot prawns with a pan-seared duck breast accompanied by organic brown rice and a plum wine duck jus.
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