Crystal Lotus Review
The first thing you'll notice here is the most Disney-ish touch: a computer-animated koi pond, where electronic fish dart out of the way as you walk by. Once inside the crystal-studded space, your focus will turn to the food, and the pan-Chinese menu has dishes like barbecue fillets of eel glazed with Osmanthus honey, seafood fried rice, and double-boiled pear topped with mandarin peel. Kids will get a kick out of the "character dim sum" such as barbecue pork buns shaped like the three little pigs, and seafood pancakes bearing the likeness of Mickey Mouse—though these are available only during weekends and public holidays. If you wind up in Disneyland, this is by far the best way to dine (unless the kids demand a character meal at the Enchanted Garden in the hotel's lower level).