Disneyland debuted a new 'spaghetti burger' and we don't know what to think

Disneyland has an incredible dining scene.

Disneyland has an incredible dining scene. Here at "Good Morning America," we're big fans.

From the Sugar Pinata to the Instagrammable treats at Pixar Pier, we've loved it all.

But new this month is the spaghetti burger. And to be honest. we're not quite sure what to think.

Here's the deal: it's a beef patty with mozzarella cheese, sun-dried tomato spread, and arugula sandwiched between two buns made out of fried spaghetti. It's served at Sand Bar Lounge at the Paradise Pier Hotel.

For the person who doesn't want to pick between pasta and a burger (been there!) this seems the way to go.

That's not the only new and dare we say unusual addition coming to Sand Bar Lounge. Be on the lookout for Confetti Dessert Nachos, a "sweet crunchy dish" that comes "topped with vanilla whipped cream, diced strawberries, chocolate drizzle and sprinkles," according to the Disney Parks Blog.

If you're looking for a plant-based burger, the PBJ Burger Slider is made with a plant-based patty, peanut butter, and blackberry jam served on a toasted potato bun.

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