Note that all that pricing does not include tax and gratuity. Located in the Grand Floridian Resort, this restaurant boasts a warm, old-world design. Besides the $130 seven-course omakase menu option, you can choose to order a la carte as long as you didn’t select the Chef’s Table in the water room. You may think that this is another African-inspired restaurant by looking at photos of the place, as the decor is very much African-themed. Having an annual pass, DVC membership and Tables in Wonderland dining discount will lighten the bill at our favorite character meals, but there’s no two ways around it: Disney World character meals are pricy. This Hollywood Studios replica of the California icon has an air-conditioned dining room that’s an ideal lunchtime escape from the Florida heat. So this definitely makes it one of the priciest options on this list. The accompaniments are just as exciting as well, including the likes of roasted fennel, leek fondue, and heirloom radish. t=document.createElement("script");t.async=!0,t.src=e;var While you’re dining, Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Pluto and Goofy dance to music, sign autographs and keep your children mesmerized. In addition to having amazing dishes, such as a truly delicious vegetarian dish that features butternut squash, arugula, and gnocchi to butter-poached Snapper, the presentation of the dishes are incredible. The actors own their roles and are warm, personable and engaging. Swing by Kat Saka’s Kettle for The Outpost Mix, a not-quite-sweet/not-quite-spicy bag of colorful treats. Paying out of pocket? Let us know in the comments below or join the discussion over on our Facebook page! Rustic elegance and National Park vibes One way to keep your total ticket affordable is to order one of the shareable plates (ahi tuna nachos are our favorite). n=window.pintrk;n.queue=[],n.version="3.0";var The service here, well we were blown away! look to Chef Mickey’s inside the Contemporary Resort. Most Disney World restaurants do code as dining charges, even within the parks. This restaurant is very small and popular, so beware that the reservations go quickly and are hard to find. This means that no advice is given or implied and you are solely responsible for deciding whether the product is suitable for your needs. © 2020 THE POINTS GUY, LLC. You do not need park admission in order to visit this restaurant. The original is in Disneyland’s Adventureland. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. Find classics and new Disney restaurants for the best dining experiences. The cuisine is American with a definite Mediterranean twist. Pizza is more expensive than you’d expect but great for sharing. If you’re looking for a (potentially) healthier meal that tastes pretty good and also keeps your kids occupied, look to Chef Mickey’s inside the Contemporary Resort, with buffet-style breakfast, brunch and dinner. And at Walt Disney World, not all food experiences are created equal. Thanks. !function(e){if(!window.pintrk){window.pintrk = function () { Plus, the fireworks and sunset add that extra wow factor to your dining experience. We confirmed this recently at Marrakesh Moroccan, ‘Ohana and Takumi-Tei. This nifty innovation allows Wine Bar George to serve an international selection of fine wines, including the “Most Outstanding” list, where you’ll find that three-grand bottle. It is situated next to Avatar Flight of Passage in the Animal Kingdom and it promises fast service, affordable food, and most importantly, a great meal. Sign up here for our daily Thrillist email, get Next Flight Out for more travel coverage, and subscribe here for our YouTube channel to get your fix of the best in food/drink/fun. Plus have we talked to you about the onion rolls they serve here? Replacing the Liberty Inn in the American Adventure pavilion at EPCOT, Regal Eagle features a variety of barbecue options and draft beer. We did breakfast at CRT and scores the pre park opening time. This is because Le Cellier is one of the most popular restaurants at Disney World. Disneyland and Disney World were, for some time, two of the very few places you could find this treat, though nowadays it’s available elsewhere. There’s wine and beer to help you wind down after the Avatar experience. Many people looking for the best Disney World restaurants will be interested in enjoying a themed dining experience. If you want to eat here note that this steakhouse is only open during dinner (5:00 – 9:30 PM). The World Showcase moves on to Germany with this cavernous Bavarian hall celebrating all things lederhosen, wurst, and beer. Thanks for subscribing! The Hawaiian-themed restaurant provides family-style dining, with Lilo and Stitch providing breakfast visits, as well as the famous Mickey Mouse and his friends donning Hawaiian shirts, of course. AbracadaBar is one of the coolest places to get a drink at Disney World, as there are so many exciting concoctions for you to choose from. There are over 140 restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort, with over half of these taking Advance Dining Reservations 180 days before people check in at the resort front desk. There are lots of tasty and exciting dishes on offer here as well. And besides, where else can you order a beer that’s literally the size of your head? Be prepared to sing for your Polynesian Pearl, too…. The ambiance is very much a vintage one, recalling the writers and artists that flocked to the city in the ‘20s and ‘30s. In the Magic Kingdom on the way to Adventureland from Main Street USA, this restaurant offers good food and a few characters. You won’t get the typical theme park burgers and fries here, that’s for sure! At Disney prices, there are definitely better values for your hard-earned dollars, with themes you can’t easily recreate elsewhere. Many of the offers that appear on this site are from companies from which The Points Guy UK receives compensation. It is not the bank advertiser’s responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered. However, the great news is that the food is better than before. It's somewhat ironic, yet fitting, that California Grill is included among the best restaurants at Walt Disney World: ironic, in the sense that it's a restaurant in Florida that celebrates California cuisine; fitting in that Walt Disney World takes its inspiration from California's Disneyland. Don’t get me wrong, you can still pig out on all those at Disney World, but I’m here to tell you that dining in the House of Mouse goes far, far beyond kiddie grub. You’re here because it’s a one-of-a-kind experience in Disney World. It is a lively and colorful place, with supreme attention give to the food and the way it is presented. The BOATHOUSE even holds a spot as one of the Best Disney World Restaurants.