Asian Street Eats

Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh and More Coming to Downtown Disney District This Year

This year, Downtown Disney District has gone through some pretty incredible changes! While Pop-Up Disney just closed after a great Summer run, we have so many permanent favorites like Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes! Whether you want to shop ’til you drop or eat some of the tastiest meals, Downtown Disney is your place to go. This week, Disney announced that they would be bringing Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh to the West side of the District to make this area even more exciting!

This eatery will feature a trendy walk-up window with some of your favorite Asian dishes! When you head to the first Asian Street Eats location in Orange County, expect to see mixed rice bowls, scallion pancake wraps, and pot stickers on the menu. Have a sweet tooth? Finish off your meal with strawberry or mango mochi for dessert. Though we don’t know exactly where this window will open up, be sure to stay tuned before it opens up this holiday season!


This year, Jamba Juice has announced that they are simplifying their name to Jamba. This is all part of a bigger project to make their stores look more modern. The stores will be colorful new beacons and feature digital menu boards to help you order your favorite smoothies, juices, and bowls even easier!  Be sure to look for the debut of this new look in early 2020.

What are you most excited to try when these fun new offerings come to Downtown Disney District? What will you order from Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh first? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know!



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