Our stay at the Disneyland Resort included hotel and meals for 3 nights, however our holiday in the area extended beyond that so after day three it was up for us to find places outside of the parks and hotels to eat. Near both the Disneyland park and the Walt Disney Studios Park is a dining and shopping district aptly named Disney Village. If you are familiar with the United States resorts, this is comprable to Downtown Disney in California and the now Disney Springs in Florida. However, Disney Village is much, much smaller, much less themed, and in need of a face lift. It was still fun to walk through and browse, and we ended up eating at The Rainforest Cafe, a restaurant themed to - yes, the rainforest. With animatronic animals and lightning and thunder on cue, this themed dining experience was intense to say the least. The kids will love it, but the grunting gorillas and hooting elephants may put off some adults. I was fine with it for the record. This was a Disney trip after all. And the food? Surprisingly good. Expensive, yes. But good.