Lucky Fortune Cookery is part of the brand new San Fransokyo Square which has officially opened at Disney California Adventure and we’ve got your full look at everything the location has to offer including a refreshed menu with fusion blends of Asian-style dishes and signature cocktails and drinks.

About the Location

Lucky Fortune Cookery is an opening day original at Disney California Adventure, it was actually originally located where Cocina Cucamonga is today (which itself was in the space know occupied by Lucky Fortune Cookery).

The eatery maintains the industrial vibes of the land as a whole adding some charm with hanging lanterns amongst the brick work and potted bamboo. According to the backstory, the location took up residencein bustling San Fransokyo Square from a former Pescadero Sardine Factory.

This location offers Mobile Order to help minimize your time standing in line. We’ve noticed over the past few weeks that Mobile Order pick-ups have taken upwards of 30 minutes or more from the point of hitting the “Prepare My Order” button.


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Baymax Sipper!

This adorable Baymax Sipper is available for $19.79 and includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (sales limited to two per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) and can be purchased from Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill, Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill, and Aunt Cass Café.


What We Ate

Several items on the menu are all new and we gave them a try. Here’s what we thought….


Baymax Macaron ($6.99) starting with dessert is never a bad thing and this macaron is filled with a chocolate-hazelnut spread with a ring of buttercream to hold it in. The flavors here are exactly what you’d expect and this is a perfectly suitable option without being particularly notable besides the absolutely adorable presentation.

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Karaage-inspired Crispy Chicken Sandwich ($14.99) with slaw and togarashi mayonnaise on a potato bun, served with garlic chips, is a stand-out dish and possibly the best thing on the menu. The chicken is perfectly crispy and the mayo has a salty, savory slightly spicy kick to it. The garlic chips are a light, crispy, and a perfect compliment.


Beef Bulgogi Burrito ($13.99) with seasoned rice, cabbage slaw and garlic chips is similar to a wrap that was previously on the menu (pictured here). The major difference is a tortilla now replaces the scalion pancake which is a decided downgrade. Still this is a really great meal option, packed some some great flavor and more of those great chips.


Yaki Udon with Karaage-inspired Crispy Chicken ($18.49) with mushrooms, sugar snap peas, roasted red peppers, bok choy, dark soy and hoisin sauces. A Plant-Based Yaki Udon is available for $13.49 which offers the exact same dish minus the chicken. This is a veggie-packed dish and it’s absolutely a phenomenal choice if you’ve got a big appetite.


Pork Wonton Nachos ($10.49) goisin-glazed pork, cheese Sauce, spicy aïoli. pickled cabbage, jalapeños and toasted sesame seeds. These are not a new menu item but they are absolutely fantastic. Perhaps better as a shared appetizer, this hefty snack would also make a satisfying — albeit quite rich — meal.


Teriyaki Chicken ($12.99) with sautéed vegetables and steamed rice is a perfectly predictable option. The version pictured here is the kid’s version which costs $7.99 and is served with a small beverage. Good flavors here, no surprises. The kid’s version comes with sauce on the side.


Beef Birria Ramen ($15.49) with consomé, served with house-made birria, soft-boiled egg, monterey jack cheese, cilantro, roasted corn, onions and radish. It’s perfectly serviceable but does not have us raving the way the Birria Ramen tacos from the Cocina Cucamonga does just across the way.


Lychee Tea ($6.99) features Gold Peak unsweetened black Tea, premium lychee syrup with lychee coconut jelly is a nice, light, and refreshing option. Neither the lychee or the coconut jellies overpower the drink but both work together to give this a gentle delicate flavor.


Thai Tea with Sea Salt Cream ($6.99) includes brown sugar boba and takes a fairly straight forward thai tea with boba and then goes one step further with the sea salt cream to create a fun flavor combo that works well on its own as a treat or as part of a meal.

Complete Menu

Below is the full menu including prices.

Novelty Item

  • Baymax Sipper ($19.79) – Includes choice of Fountain Beverage at the time of purchase. Limit two (2) per person, per transaction. No discounts apply.


  • Karaage-inspired Crispy Chicken Sandwich ($14.99) with Slaw and Togarashi Mayonnaise on a Potato Bun, served with Garlic Chips
  • Teriyaki Chicken ($12.99) with Sautéed Vegetables and Steamed Rice
  • Beef Bulgogi Burrito ($13.99) with Seasoned Rice, Cabbage slaw and Garlic Chips
  • Yaki Udon with Karaage-inspired Crispy Chicken ($18.49) with Mushrooms, Sugar Snap Peas, Roasted Red Peppers, Bok Choy, Dark Soy and Hoisin Sauces
  • Beef Birria Ramen ($15.49) with Consomé, served with House-made Birria, Soft-boiled Egg, Monterey Jack, Cilantro, Roasted Corn, Onions and Radish
  • Pork Wonton Nachos ($10.49) Hoisin-glazed Pork, Cheese Sauce, spicy Aïoli. Pickled Cabbage, Jalapeños and Toasted Sesame Seeds
  • Plant-Based Yaki Udon ($13.49) with Mushrooms, Sugar Snap Peas, Roasted Red Peppers, Bok Choy, Dark Soy and Hoisin Sauces


  • Pot Stickers ($8.49) – Crispy Vegetable and Chicken Pot Stickers


  • Baymax Macaron ($6.99) – Filled with Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread and Buttercream

Kids’ Disney Check Meals

  • Kids Chicken and Rice with Vegetables, ($7.99) Steamed Rice and choice of small DASANI® Water or small Lowfat Milk
  • Plant-Based Kids Yaki Udon ($8.49) with Mushrooms, Sugar Snap Peas, Roasted Red Peppers, Bok Choy, Dark Soy, Hoisin Sauce and small DASANI® water
  • Kids Teriyaki Chicken ($7.99) with Sautéed Vegetables, Steamed Rice and choice of small DASANI® water or small Lowfat Milk

Alcoholic Beverages

  • Bottle Logic Hanamachi Japanese Rice Lager (ABV 5%) ($13.00)
  • Strawberry Lychee Cocktail ($16.00) Vodka, Lychee Liqueur, Premium Strawberry Syrup and Fresh Lemon Juice with sliced Strawberry Garnish


  • Lychee Tea ($6.99) Gold Peak Unsweetened Black Tea, Premium Lychee Syrup with Lychee Coconut Jelly
  • Thai Tea with Sea Salt Cream ($6.99) and Brown Sugar Boba
  • Hot Green Tea ($3.79) Organic Hot Green Tea
  • Assorted Fountain Beverages ($4.59) – Regular Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke®, Sprite®, Fanta® Orange, Powerade® Mountain Berry Blast, Minute Maid® Zero Sugar Lemonade, Gold Peak® Sweet Iced Tea, Gold Peak® Unsweetened Iced Tea
  • Assorted Fountain Beverages ($5.29) – Large Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke®, Sprite®, Fanta® Orange, Powerade® Mountain Berry Blast, Minute Maid® Zero Sugar Lemonade, Gold Peak® Sweet Iced Tea, Gold Peak® Unsweetened Iced Tea
  • DASANI® Bottled Water ($4.39)
  • Minute Maid® Fruit Punch ($2.49)
  • Lowfat Milk ($2.49)

Ready to Explore?

We’ve got your in-depth visitor’s guide to everything there is to explore at San Fransokyo Square, check out our guide pages below.

Quick Links:  Meeting Baymax and Hiro  |  Aunt Cass Café  |  Lucky Fortune Cookery  |  Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill  |  Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería  |  Rita’s Turbine Blenders  |  San Fransokyo Maker’s Market  |  Collectible Medallions  |  Ghirardelli, Boudin, and other popular locations 


See it for Yourself

Lucky Fortune Cookery is now officially part of San Fransokyo Square which opened at Disney California Adventure on August 31, 2023.

MORE INFO: See all of our coverage for San Fransokyo Square at Disney California Adventure