Flo’s V-8 Cafe

Flo’s V-8 Cafe is a new counter service restaurant in the Cars land area of Disney’s California Adventure Park. The restaurant is themed like an old school 50’s diner and they specialize in rotisserie dinners.

I ordered the citrus turkey plate ($11.50) with a side of roasted corn medley and coleslaw and a bun.

There was a fair sized portion of thinly sliced turkey breast that was covered in a light gravy. The turkey was pretty moist and it had a mild citrus tang. The coleslaw was refreshing and not too heavy. The roasted corn mix had a light smokey flavour to it and it was mixed up with finely chopped peppers. This was much tastier than your average side of corn.

At Flo’s you can also get a special iced tea drink called Mater’s Tulsa Tea ($3.29). The drink is made with gold peak sweet green iced tea and it is topped with a tropical fruit foam.

The ice tea was mild and slightly sweet. The tropical fruit foam on top added a nice fruity element to the drink when you mixed it in. The texture of the foam also adds an extra something special to the drink. I would highly recommend trying this over the other regular fountain drinks.

I enjoyed my experience at Flo’s and it ended up being one of my favourite meals in Disneyland. The food is better and less greasy than most of the food in the parks and I like how they put a new spin on old classic dishes. It’s also quick and convenient with a fun atmosphere.


Yes, for a hearty meal in Disneyland.



Categories: $$ ($10-$15), California, Diner, Uncategorized


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