We stayed this past weekend at the Disneyland resort as we were there for the Tinkerbell Run. Since we weren't doing the parks, we decided to do Goofy's Kitchen so that our kiddos would still get a little Disney out of this trip. First, the queuing area for this restaurant is small and crowded. It's tucked away in the corner of the hotel and, sure there's the whole hotel lobby but if you want to hear your name being called above the din of screaming/crying/hungry children and general noise of people talking as they pass through the hotel, you gotta squeeze in there and suck it up. The service and the character meet and greets are on par with other Disney dining experiences. The food, however, left MUCH to be desired. We attended brunch so there was a mismatch of food to choose from.....salads, pizza, eggs, omelets, eggs Benedict, oatmeal, peanut butter and jelly, and the like. Lots to choose from, but it wasn't that good. The spiral sliced ham, for example, was sweet, like gross sweet. I had one bite and couldn't finish it. The macaroni and cheese was so runny the cheese sauce covered the entire plate and made my daughters pizza so soggy she didn't want to eat it. The only thing that I ate in it's entirety was the salad and it was far from being a "good" salad. There weren't many salad toppings available and the salad bar was dirty....but I was hungry and had just paid $40.00 for my meal. In comparison, the PCH Surfs up breakfast that we had done the previous visit was soooooooo much better. The food at PCH was delicious, the character meet and greets were fun, and they had "dance parties" every few minutes where the kids got up and danced around with them. We've been to almost all of the character dining experiences at Disneyland and Disney World....Goofys Kitchen easily ranks as the worst in my book. The food may be better at dinner, but the brunch was gross. I won't be spending that much money on a meal there again....especially when the much better PCH is just up the street.