transformed the original Main Street Corner Cafe on Main Street U.S.A into the
city’s first Coca-Cola themed restaurant in October.
The new Coca-Cola themed restaurant features
a historical collection of
Coca-Cola related items from the 1900s
The Victorian-style restaurant hosted by Coca-Cola showcases a historical
collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia from the 1900s with its new
décor, including Coca-Cola stained glass windows, posters and calendars of
Victorian Gibson Girl illustrations on the walls, vintage Coca-Cola trays,
porcelain syrup urns and first-generation Coca-Cola bottles.
interior design maintains the simple, home-style feel of the original “Main
Street Corner Cafe," but also creates a unique experience where guests can
feel as if they are dining in a Coca-Cola museum.
The restaurant launched a special Coca-Cola-themed menu. Every
dish, from appetizer to dessert, features Coca-Cola as a special ingredient.
Guests can start their meal with seared scallops with mango salad and Coca-Cola
molecules, followed by a main course of either beef cheek with Coca-Cola barbecue sauce or poached
sole and salmon fillet in Coca-Cola cream fettuccine. A dessert of warm bread and butter pudding with Coca-Cola sherbet complete the meal.
The restaurant also offers brand-new Coca-Cola beverages, including the caramel float, classic float and
Coca-Cola with ginger citrus.
“After our long-term
partnership with Disneyland, we are thrilled to launch the world’s first
Coca-Cola themed restaurant at Disneyland in Hong Kong with tailor-made dishes
featuring Coca-Cola as a special ingredient and Coca-Cola historical collectibles,”
said Mike Shepherd, general manager, Coca-Cola Hong Kong and Macau. “We will continue to bring more happy
and magical moments to our consumers.”
Hong Kong Disneyland has received overwhelming response to the Coca-Cola
special menu and will transform it to Christmas theme to generate excitement
during the upcoming festive occasion.
“Hong Kong Disneyland and Coca-Cola are brands that bring
friends and families together,” said Andrew Kam, managing director, Hong Kong
Disneyland. “This themed Corner Cafe in Hong Kong Disneyland immerses guests in
nostalgic, end-of-18th century Coca-Cola inspired décor. Our guests can also
sample delicious food and beverages created by our talented chefs, infused with
a touch of Coca-Cola. This partnership is truly a celebration of both brands
and the perfect way for our guests to enjoy a special day with their families.”