Awhile back, I wrote a post on my favorite restaurants at the Disney resorts. Now it’s time for my top 5 favorite Disney restaurants in the parks!
This was a tough decision, and I tried to spread them out amongst the parks as best I could so they weren’t all in the same
Place. (All sit down restaurants). Just know there are a lot more great places to eat other than these, but the ones below are some of my favorites!
1.) Homecomin: So this restaurant isn’t technically in the parks, but in Disney Springs which is kind of like a park so I’m counting it. We absolutely love everything about this place. The food, the atmosphere, and the service are all phenomenal. We haven’t had a bad dish here, and it just flat out makes me happy. When the weather is nice they have a beautiful outdoor Screened in porch to sit on. Try it, you won’t be sorry!
2.) Liberty Tree Tavern I love Liberty Tree for lunch in particular. Why? Four words: Ooey gooey toffee cake. This my friends is the best dessert on Disney property. I also order the pilgrims feast (turkey, dressing, potatoes, green beans) it’s a nice break from fried fried fried that I eat at a lot of other Disney meals. It’s a nice sunny restaurant, very well themed, and of course it’s right in the Magic Kingdom.
3.) Be Our Guest: I ate here for the first time in February and think Disney did a fabulous job with the theming. We sat in the West Wing and I was bummed at first but ended up loving it. It was much more quaint and quiet than the main ballroom. I love that you can take a picture with the Beast after dinner, and the menu is very nice for a park restaurant.
4.) Yak and Yeti: This is in Animal Kingdom, and has great theming. It is Asian inspired, so again a nice break from what a lot of the other restaurants offer. I usually get sweet and sour chicken with rice and Bobby gets some kind of shrimp which he really enjoys. We typically do lunch here, and love sitting in the room that has giant windows overlooking the park. People watching at it’s finest!
5.) Sci Fi Dine In: Best atmosphere of the park hands down. Who doesn’t want to eat in a car at a drive in movie theater? With that being said, the menu is limited, and I honestly don’t ever order anything but a cheeseburger and fires and a cookies n cream milkshake, which is to die for. If you are looking for a fancy culinary experience, this is not the place. However if you are wanting a unique experience don’t miss this one!
Others I love but couldn’t choose them all:
Le Cellier (Epcot)
Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom)
Splitsville (Downtown Disney)
QOTD: Did your favorite make the cut? What am I forgetting?