Best Restaurants Around The World, Disney World That Is!

While the whole of Walt Disney World is known for its restaurants and it’s unique dining options, 19 of us bloggers want to share with you our favorite dinning is. But shhhh! don’t tell anyone.

Our favorite is ‘Ohana!!! you cant beat getting a 8:30 dinner reservation, asking to sit by the window to see the fireworks. Eaten while Happly Ever After show going they play the music as well.

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Patty Moliterno
A Mother’s Random Thoughts 

My favorite restaurant at Disney World to-date has been Yachtsman Steakhouse. We have always had a great meal there.

Tammy Graham
Living the Disney Dream
Le Cellier is my favorite restaurant. We love steak and risotto, and there is no better place on property for that combination. The food quality is very consistent, the wait staff friendly and attentive, and it is a more quiet location that many Disney restaurants.

Kim Seghers
This Ole Mom
Favorite restaurant is San Angel Inn Restaurante. Why?  I love the romantic atmosphere with the soft twinkling lights, kerosene lamps, and watching the boats pass in the river from the Grand Fiesta Tour. The restaurant gives off the vibes that you’re sitting outside but your not. Also the food is delicious and you can shop at the Mexican Village and ride the Gran Fiesta Tour (boats) before or after you eat.

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Janice Brady
An Open Suitcase
Monsieur Paul is an upscale signature spot hidden away on the second floor of the France Pavilion in Epcot and is only open for dinner. Gourmet food is an understatement! It’s pricey but worth every penny. Because of the high cost, reservations have never been a problem to get and the dining experience can’t be beat.

Melissa Russo
The Farm Girl Gabs

Via Napoli is Italy is my favorite. Best. Pizza. Ever.

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Carrie Hurst
A Princess and Her Pirates
1900 Park Fare is my absolute favorite.  I love both breakfast and dinner there. The food is fantastic, especially for dinner.  Plus, the character interaction is wonderful at both. I also really love the atmosphere of the Grand Floridian.  

Lucy McKenzie
Gigglebox Tells it Like it is
As a family on a budget, we normally just go quick service to try and not spend too much on food.  After our last trip, we are going to make Si-Fi Dine-In at Hollywood Studios a must for every future trip.  We loved the food and it wasn’t too overly priced. The theme of a 50’s style drive-in was so fun and our son laughed at all the little clips of si-fi movies that played while we ate in our 50’s style cars.

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Devon Weaver
Mama Cheaps

Ohana – We loved the food, the atmosphere and the view of the lake. The kids loved the broom and pineapple race during our meal.  We had a wonderful dinner at Ohana and hopped back on the monorail to enjoy the night at Magic Kingdom.

Megan Miller
Gingy Love
Garden Grill because not only do the servers treat you like family but the characters do as well. It was the first time on our vacation that we could sit back and enjoy a meal with our toddler.

Tina M. Brown
Footprints in Pixie Dust

Narcossee’s ~ truly spectacular view of Cinderella Castle (including the magical ambiance while watching it outside) and gorgeous Seven Seas Lagoon, as well as an exquisite menu and great Cast Member service!

Theresa Mabe
In Sight: Full Life
If you told me that the only dish I could eat for the rest of my life is the bread service available at Sanaa, I would be completely content. Carbs and wide variety of dips, sauces and chutneys? YES PLEASE. Located at Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village, Sanaa’s menu will appeal to people who love African cuisine and those who may be apprehensive about trying it for the first time. And the Spice Trade Candy Bar is one of the best desserts on property right now.  Make sure to ask if you can be seated by the window so you can enjoy watching the animals on the savanna while you dine.

 

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Lisa Cameron
Adventures in Familyhood

Sanaa, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge~Kidani Village is a hidden gem among Walt Disney World restaurants. Its unique menu of African and Indian fusion plus the opportunity to dine on the Savannah makes Sanaa a place that can’t be missed

Emily
The Journey of Parenthood
I love breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table. You just can’t beat the beautiful castle atmosphere, meeting princesses, and the shrimp and grits is SO GOOD.

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Ashley Saunders

Ashley & Company

Be Our Guest- the grey stuff and atmosphere

Angie Rumpf
Disney Parents
I have a soft spot in my heart for the 50’s Prime Time Café at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Cousin Megan’s Traditional Meatloaf is a personal favorite!

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Janine Young
Along With the Youngs

Hands down, Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios. The wait staff is so amazing – the characters they represent, they’re sassy in personality and create so much fun. The food is great, too!


Jennifer
My Boys and Their Toys
Big River Grille & Brewing Works at the Boardwalk. It’s really tiny and the service was very slow. The food is just alright, but not anything too special.

Allison
Jones Family Travels

There are so many amazing restaurants at Disney World. It is tough picking just one. We do have one that we consistently love! That is ‘Ohanas for dinner at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This restaurant overlooks the Seven Seas Lagoon with views of Cinderella Castle. During Happily Ever After, they even pipe in the show. The food for dinner is also delicious with so many choices. Be sure you save room for dessert, too!

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This is our list of 19 places you need to eat at while you’re at Walt Disney World. And since the food at these spots is  nothing less than amazing, they don’t need any extra pixie dust to win your heart or stomach.

I hope you tell me all about your favorite Disney dinning place we would love to try it.

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