Fire + Ice – Anaheim
What: Fire + Ice
For: All Ages
My family took me to Fire + Ice for my birthday three years ago, and it was a very interesting experience. It’s right across the street from Disneyland, and it’s the perfect place to go as a group for some good food and company. We’ll probably go again to eat after stopping in at Disneyland since they’re in such close proximity.
Fire + Ice is a create-your-own-meal experience that serves Brunch, Dinner and Lunch at fixed prices. Guests grab a bowl and fill it with their favorite ingredients before heading over to the sauce bar to add some extra flavor. There is an assortment of toppings, sauces, spices and herbs for plates. After patrons have mixed their perfect concoction, they bring it on over to the grill to watch the chefs cook their food. It takes from five to ten minutes to gather your food and for the chefs to complete your plate, and you can come back as often as you want. The chef was very personable, and it was nice to chat with him while he was preparing our meal on a huge grill in front of us.
There is both indoor and outdoor seating on the patio. The patio includes a fire pit and live entertainment on the weekend. Happy Hour is available all week from 3:00pm-6:00pm. There is also a full bar available for adults.
The restaurant offers a variety of Asian, American, Latin and Italian flavors. I made a few smaller dishes so I could try everything. This is probably why we ended up staying in the restaurant so long (since it takes 10 minutes to make one dish). The Asian food includes noodles, eggs, siriracha sauce, bok choy, soy and ginger (just to name a few!). The American culinary experience includes wings, ribs and burgers. Latin flavors give choices such as beans, rice and tacos. The Italian experience focuses on pastas, sausage, meatballs and various herbs and spices. Each dish that I threw together was cooked to perfection and tasted amazing.
The first time I came here was in the middle of the week during lunch time, so there was no wait. The second time we attempted to come, there was a 90-minute wait. I would suggest calling the restaurant to make a reservation or putting your information in online. If you are able to get in, the experience lasts about an hour to 90 minutes. Another thing to keep in mind is parking. When we tried to get in at 5:00pm on a Saturday, we were circling the parking structure for 20 minutes trying to find a spot after finding out about the hour-and-a-half late before ultimately leaving and going somewhere else.
Brunch costs $14.99 per person for adults and $9.99 for kids ages 4-11. Lunch costs $11.00 for adults and $7.99 for kids, with dinner coming in at $18.99 for adults and $10.99 for kids.
Fire + Ice Information
1104 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
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