We visited Disney's California Adventure in February 2012 and ate at The Pacific Wharf Cafe. My daughter requested that we eat here again on this visit. This is truly unique amusement park food, not fatty and fried like most offerings. On our last visit, I found both soups we tried lacked flavor, but that was not the case this time. I didn't have to add salt and they were both delicious. You get lots of bread for the price ($9.59). My daughter ordered the Tomato Bisque, which is new from last time and it's absolutely delicious. The clam chowder tasted homemade and was wonderful as well. The sourdough is flavorful and not overwhelming. Very good lunch, especially on a day that was a little on the cold side.
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