This counter service restaurant is found at Disney California Adventure, in the Pacific Wharf
The menu here is all about rice bowls. First you pick a protein (chicken, beef, tofu), then pick a sauce (mandarin orange, spicy korean, thai coconut curry, and teriyaki). Your selection is mixed with asian veggies and served over rice.
We tried both the teriyaki and the thai coconut curry. At first sight, these meals seem like a great deal. The containers are heavy with a seemingly huge portion. However, upon closer inspection 80% of the contents are rice.
There were very few veggies, but the ones we received were fresh and cooked well. The tofu, on the other hand, was completely meh. Thank god we're both huge fans of tofu, regardless of the style...because most people would find this tofu (silken) inedible. Most people in the US don't eat silken tofu in a savory preparation.
The teriyaki sauce was beyond bland, and basically tasted vaguely of corn syrup and soy sauce...and didn't help the tofu. The thai coconut curry, however, was supper delicious. It was rich, and well seasoned without being overtly spicy with a bright tamarind and coconut flavor.