Sometimes you just have a craving for Asian cuisine but don’t want all the hassle of a full dining reservation. Insert – Morimoto Asia Street Food.
This Disney Springs quick service dining location is located on the side of Chef Morimoto’s restaurant. The walk-up window provides the opportunity to order, pick-up your food, and eat at the covered outdoor dining area.
There is a full Morimoto Asia review that covers several different meals at the restaurant, Street Food, and Forbidden Lounge locations. You can take a look at the quick reference table here for more details and link to the menu.
|Disney Springs Restaurants||Morimoto Asia Street Food|
Type of Service:
Type of Food:
$14.99 and Under
Disney Dining Plan
Annual Passholder Discount
|10% off food and |
Tables in Wonderland
(Main Restaurant Does)
Morimoto Asia Street Food Menu
When you visit Morimoto Street Food the menu is usually posted outside the location. And then another menu is up over the service counter. There’s a reason I’m telling you this.
From my experience, the most updated menu for Morimoto Street Food is at the counter. Sometimes I’ve made up my mind what I want, and then get up to the counter to order and find out the other menu wasn’t updated.
With all that being said, Street Food is really good. The only thing I wouldn’t recommend here is ordering sushi. That’s because if you are looking specifically for sushi, you should check out the Forbidden Lounge on the second floor of the restaurant. That will be your best option.
Close to the counter, there’s a sign posted with a little bit of a back story about street food. Apparently street food dates back all the way to the 14th century.
Things we’ve tried at Disney Springs Morimoto Street Food:
Morimoto Baby Ribs are the most popular item on the menu at Street Food. Each order actually comes with three pieces and makes for quite a scrumptious bite.
Below is a picture of the ginger chicken ramen dish. I haven’t tried this one yet, but I’ve heard good things. These bowls might not look it but they are really large and difficult to finish due to the portion size.
On my last visit, I had the spicy kimchi ramen with beef. This was delicious and I really enjoyed the meal. I remember taking these photos and thinking how difficult it was going to be to actually portray the size of the dish accurately.
So I tried a few different angles, and I think this one gives you a better idea of the size.
Morimoto Asia Street Food is one of my favorite quick stops at Disney Springs. There are so many choices at Disney Springs, it’s usually fairly simple to find something to fit everyone’s mood.
The good thing is everyone can pick up their own craving and then meet up to eat at one of these outdoor areas. Or you can always pick something back up and take it to your resort.
There’s a full list of dining locations at Disney Springs with similar style reviews. These are a few of my favorite places to eat at the venue:
Let me know in the comments below if you’ve had a chance to dine at Morimoto Street Food.