The first thing you should notice is the Disneyland ride line stanchion thingys to the left there. Usually, there is a huge wait for this place because every kid within 500 miles of Kansas City wants to go to this place. We were super lucky it was dead (on a Friday night even) cause the boy band One Direction was playing that night at the local arena. We figured every female kid was at the concert and all the male kids were at home cause the parents spent all their money on tickets.
Anyway, we waltzed right in. As an added piece of fun, there are phones on the tables where you "call in" your order to the kitchen. Here you can see the tracks high up near the ceiling that the trains cruise around on.
The trains have metal platforms hanging from them that they place plastic trays on (with the food in them) and when the order gets to the right table a little arm flips down and pushes the tray onto another platform which then lowers down to the table.
Here is a clearer picture of the lowering-down thingy.
The first time a train came around the corner from the kitchen, the Grunion FREAKED OUT.
He then proceed to yell "The train is coming!" EVERY TIME A TRAIN WENT BY (which was every 5 seconds). We loved it cause it was way annoying and we enjoy annoying people now.
For the next 20 minutes, the Grunion's head was swiveling around to look at all the food delivery trains so much we thought he was gonna pass out and/or barf.
Fries? Large please.
The prices (other than for the fries) were remarkably low. We found out why later. Here is the Double Bacon Cheeseburger (and large fries). The burger was like one of those microwave ones that you get at 7-11. Nasty.
And you're trying to tell me that is a "large" order of fries? Boo.
Elementary school food service crinkles. For $2.59? Crap! 3 out of 10.
It didn't really matter though cause the Grunion was so fun to watch. He thanked us profusely, and told us that he loved the train restaurant. We loved it too (but not the food).
P.S. We took him back the next day and he had just as much fun. And the food still sucked.
P.P.S. Here is a picture of our view from our hotel room at 8pm right before we went to bed.