Disney World Dining

Table Service

Magic Kingdom

Animal Kingdom

Epcot

Hollywood Studios


Quick Service

Magic Kingdom

Animal Kingdom

Epcot

Hollywood Studios

Tepan Edo at Epcot

One of the highlights of your vacation, is the choices in dining that you can make. With over 135 restaurants available, there is no shortage on dining areas or choices of food items within the Disney complex.

Every location has its own themed décor as well as having specific foods for that particular atmosphere. Whether you choose table service, for that fine dining experience, or counter service, for a quick refuel before heading to your next attraction, Disney has a spot for you.

Magic Kingdom

Pinocchio Village Haus

The Magic Kingdom caters to the quick service that many require as they bounce from attraction to attraction. Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and Turkey Legs give you that “grab it and go” opportunity as you head out to your next venture.

The Kingdom also has some of the best Character meals available. Imagine the smile on your children’s faces as you dine in Cinderella’s castle while Disney princesses stop at your table to meet and greet you.

The best table service restaurants available are Tony’s Italian Restaurant and The Plaza restaurant, both located on Main Street. The Liberty Inn is at Liberty Square while the number one character meal, Cinderella’s Royal Banquet, is located in Cinderella’s Castle. New to the Magic Kingdom, is the New Fantasyland’s restaurant, Be Our Guest. This inside is recreated from the ballroom scene from the Disney classic, Beauty and the Beast.


Epcot

Tutto Ristorante

Epcot adds international flavors to the Walt Disney menu, as different countries provide a taste of their traditional foods, while Future World brings a more technological approach, bringing a visual flare to their restaurant surroundings. Along with quick service dining, there is more table service eatery’s in Epcot than anywhere else in Disney World.

Future world gives us  the Coral Sea Restaurant which gives you a bird’s eye view of the inside of the giant aquarium, while The Garden Grill Restaurant , has  you dining  with Chip and Dale, as your dining area rotates 360 degrees!

The World showcase has 11 countries preparing food particular to that pavilions culture and cuisine. Germany has a buffet which includes German sausage, spetula and corned beef while Japan has a chef preparing traditional Japanese items on a hibachi table, in front of you!

Every land has its own specialty and culinary skill which distinguishes it from the rest of the World Showcase locations, but rest assured, you will never go hungry here! There is no shortage of cultural foods in Epcot as this is one of the Top dining locations in Disney World.


Animal Kingdom

Rain Forest Cafe at Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom will tantalize your taste buds as African and Asian foods are specialized here.

Choices for table service dining, range from the Tusker House, which serves traditional African eats in a buffet setting, the Rain Forest Café, where animatronic Elephants, birds and even a Lion make your dining a one of a kind lifetime experience and Anandapur Yak & Yeti Restaurant, where Asian delicacies rules supreme.

There are quick service locations all around the park that serves anything from barbecued sandwiches to crispy honey chicken and Beef lo Mein. The emphasis at this park is the fast food items available, though there are several sit down eateries to choose from.


Hollywood Studios

Brown derby Restaurant

Hollywood Studios offer a more diversified theme to their table service restaurants. At one location, the famous Hollywood eatery, the Brown Derby Restaurant serves its signature dish, the famed Cobb Salad. This was created by Bob Cobb in the 1930’s and is a mixture of fresh chopped salad, tomato, bacon, turkey, egg, blue cheese, avocado and a special French dressing. The setting at this restaurant is the black and white movie era of the 30’s and 40’s.

A few minutes away you are now eating in a car at the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theatre. This 250 seat eatery re-creates the look of the 1950’s Drive in theatre locations that were all over America at that time. Smoked Turkey sandwiches, hamburgers and reubens are the specialties of this house.

Hollywood and Vine is a character meal located at Echo Lake while Prime Time Café has that retro look as you sit in a kitchen from the 1950's and 60's. At the back of Streets of America, sits a great European restaurant, Momma Melrose’s Ristorante. Keep an eye out for this eatery as it is remarkably hidden in a corner of the street.  Quick service is of course available in every area of the park and offers food such as hamburgers, pretzels and ice cream.


Other Dining Areas

Some of the best restaurants are at the resorts. Each one has multiple eatery’s to choose from and range from a Polynesian buffet, to the 5 star AAA white glove service provided at the Grand Floridian Resort.

Last, but not least, is Downtown Disney. There are over 30 eateries here that offer some of the most diversified settings available. Have a burger at T Rex, as dinosaurs move about, or simply feast on King Crab Legs, as you sit along the water way on a Louisiana paddle boat, at the Fultons Crab House.

Wherever you dine in Disney World, there are so many dining locations, it’s hard to choose where to go next!