Walt Disney World may be known for its rides and magical atmosphere, but the park is also home to many award-winning restaurants too. From swanky lunch spots to fine dining options, these Walt Disney World restaurants are sure to make the pickiest foodie happy. No matter if you’re looking for a fresh salad or a well-made filet mignon, these 8 restaurants at Orlando, Florida’s Walt Disney World theme park will please your stomach and your taste buds.
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Be Our Guest Restaurant, Magic Kingdom (Nearby Hotels)
Be Our Guest Restaurant is the perfect restaurant for “Beauty and the Beast” fans. Lumier may not be singing around your table but you should still try the “grey stuff” all the same. This restaurant fills up fast, due to its incredible ambiance, so make sure to book dinner reservations in advance. Be Our Guest is open for breakfast and lunch too, so you can enjoy French delicacies for every meal. Located in the Beast’s castle, Be Our Guest has everything you would expect from a “Beauty and the Beast” themed restaurant like snow falling outside the window, talking suits of armor and even the magic rose in the corner.
California Grill, Disney's Contemporary Resort (Nearby Hotels)
You may be in Florida’s Walt Disney World but you can dine like you are in California’s Disneyland at the California Grill. The California-inspired cuisine here features homemade flatbreads, sushi and other well-prepared entrees that pay homage to Cali’s fresh food lifestyle. Along with a wide variety of incredible California wines, California Grill also has a wonderful atmosphere. Found on top of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you’ll take the elevator to the 15th floor to reach California Grill. This location offers panoramic views of Magic Kingdom, making it an incredible spot to catch the Magic Kingdom fireworks.
Victoria & Albert’s Restaurant, Disney's Grand Floridian (Nearby Hotels)
Victoria & Albert’s is a fine dining experience that you wouldn’t expect from a Walt Disney World restaurant. This swanky restaurant is the only AAA 5-Diamond eatery in the theme park. Victoria & Albert’s is definitely the most expensive option on this list, but you won’t regret the luxurious service and impeccable cuisine found here. With a strict dress code and an ever-changing menu of worldly delicacies, this Disney restaurant is perfect for those celebrating a special occasion.
Hollywood Brown Derby, Disney's Hollywood Studios (Nearby Hotels)
Find old Hollywood charm at this in-park restaurant. Hollywood Brown Derby is a popular lunch spot that will not only offer you a break from the Florida heat but also deliver refreshing cuisine (try the cobb salad!). Some entrees can be pricey, however if you stick to the appetizers and desserts, you’ll find enough food for your stomach and your budget.
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant, Disney's Hollywood Studios (Nearby Hotels)
Sci-fi nerds will have a great time eating at the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant found at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This Disney restaurant is more popular for its atmosphere than its food, but there are still some great options found on the menu here. With each table found in a classic car and a big screen television playing popular sci-fi films, this unique dining experience is like no other restaurant in Walt Disney World.
Liberty Tree Tavern, Magic Kingdom (Nearby Hotels)
Head to the Liberty Square area of Magic Kingdom to enjoy a colonial-themed restaurant that even the Founding Fathers would enjoy. At Liberty Tree Tavern, eat like it’s Thanksgiving in one of its themed rooms that focus on American heroes like George Washington or Ben Franklin. Perfect for the whole family, this all-you-can-eat dining experience is a great way to end a busy day exploring the park.
Flying Fish Café, Disney's Boardwalk Villas (Nearby Hotels)
Found on Disney’s BoardWalk, the Flying Fish is where you should go to enjoy some delicious seafood. However, even your steak-loving friends will find a well-made entree here too. The environment here is perfect for a night out, as the wine menu is extensive. After you enjoy a great meal at Flying Fish, take a nice stroll on the BoardWalk, which has a number of great bars and souvenir shops.
Jiko, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge (Nearby Hotels)
Try something new at this signature Disney restaurant that has African-inspired cuisine. The menu at Jiko has a wide variety of dishes, some you may recognize and others that will delight adventurous foodies. The food isn’t the only thing that keeps diners happy here. The drink menu should also not be missed. From South African wines to African tea blends, you’ll find the perfect beverage to pair with your meal at this restaurant found at the Animal Kingdom Lodge.