As you cross the plains of Frontierland, you’ll be surprised to come across Fuente del Oro Restaurante. Located just across from the Big Thunder Moutain attraction, this small, traditional Mexican restaurant boasts architecture reminiscent of the remnants of Mexican domination. Inside, you’ll enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and a colorful setting, as well as the spicy dishes that await you. I was pleasantly surprised by the rustic aspect of the establishment, which is designed to be totally relaxing.
If, like me, you’re a fan of particularly spicy traditional Mexican dishes, you’ll get your money’s worth at Fuente del Oro Restaurante! The restaurant offers 5 large menus, each accompanied by a 50cl soft drink. The first, priced at 13.99 euros, is Loaded Fries with corn fries, Mexican vegetables and a cheddar cheese sauce. The second menu item is vegetable chili, which can be accompanied by Mexican rice or an assortment of vegetables. It is available at €14.99. The third menu, which costs 15.99 euros, is a beef burrito with Manchego sauce, which can also be served with rice or vegetables. It’s worth noting that menus 2 and 3 come with a Magnum “Caramel & Nuts” bar. The fourth menu on offer is the “Menu de Mama Coco”, which costs16.99 euros. This dish is made up of chicken fajitas with a salsa and guacamole sauce, which can also be served with rice or vegetables. Finally, the last menu is a children’s menu at 8.99 euros.
The day I was at Fuente del Oro Restaurante, the room was packed. I managed to get a table, and noticed that the order-taking wasn’t very quick. But with fewer people, I think the service is faster. So, if you’re looking for authentic, traditional dishes during your stay at Disneyland, don’t hesitate to come to the Fuente del Oro restaurant.