Mary Poppins' teaspoon that made the medicine go down is on display at Disneyland's new Jolly Holiday Bakery Café. But there's no sugar in the spoon.
The sugar is in the pastry display cases.
The Main Street USA restaurant officially opened Saturday but began serving park guests a couple of days earlier.
It provides counter service with patio seating, in the manner of the Plaza Pavilion on the other side of Main Street.
The décor reflects the 1964 film version of Mary Poppins from the tip of the flying nanny weather vane to a mosaic on the floor depicting a sidewalk chalk painting.
The interior features pictures and curios in the style of the Banks' home at 17 Cherry Tree Lane in London. But there's nothing particularly English about the menu except for perhaps roast beef, served in a sandwich and a salad.
Other menu items include a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup; a chicken Waldorf salad sandwich; a Caprese salad; and ham and cheese quiche.
Prices, ranging from $5.49 for chicken noodle soup to $8.99 for the Angus beef on an onion roll, are on par with the rest of the park.
Children's meals cost $5.99 with a choice between a turkey sandwich and macaroni and cheese.
Jolly Holiday's most prominent design element may be display cases filled with such items as lemon strawberry cupcakes, Mickey Mouse-shaped cookies and Matterhorn Macaroons, shaped like Disneyland's 1959 rollercoaster. Dessert prices are $1.99-$4.99.
Jolly Holiday replaces the Blue Ribbon Bakery, and its opening partially compensates for the closure of half of the west side of Main Street USA for the expansion of the Carnation Café into the space occupied by Blue Ribbon. The renovation has shut down the Gibson Girl ice cream parlor, penny arcade and Coca-Cola Refreshment Corner.
Annual pass-holder discounts apply.
Jolly Holiday, in fact, occupies the space previously used for pass-holder customer service. Park employees say that guests will continue to purchase annual passes at the ticket kiosks outside the park and can get their ID photos taken by the Disney photographer at the entrance.