10. Coral Reef Restaurant - Future World in Epcot
The first time we ate here was for lunch on our honeymoon, and got to sit right next to the aquarium glass. We loved looking at all the fish while we ate, and even got to see divers. The next time we ate there we had a 4 year old and a 3 month old with us. We got to see Mickey Mouse in scuba gear diving in the tank! The fish is so fresh that you hope it wasn’t one you just saw swimming around! My son tried the Mahi-Mahi with coconut sauce and was "hooked!" Now it’s on his list of “demands” every time we go. Watching the fish is very soothing; add a delicious dinner to that, and you have the perfect restaurant!
9. Rose & Crown Pub - United Kingdom Pavilion in Epcot
|We love the Fish and Chips at Rose & Crown|
|Family style meals at the Liberty Tree Tavern|
8. Liberty Tree Tavern - Magic Kingdom
This is a must do for us. I love the family style meals and the feeling of being at Thanksgiving with the family. The food is plentiful and delicious! They have awesome turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing. And of course the hot apple dessert with ice cream. It’s hard to save room for that but we just wear comfy clothes and stuff it all in! I love that you can reorder platters of food, so everyone gets enough.
7. Biergarten - Germany Pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase
6. Tusker House Restaurant - Disney's Animal Kingdom
This is an excellent way to get into Animal Kingdom early, but make sure not to over stuff yourself before heading to the Kilimanjaro Safari. The buffet offers different types of food as well as traditional breakfast foods, and it’s totally worth it for the juice! I could sit there and eat dessert for breakfast as long as it’s swimming in the hot custard you can spoon on. The classic characters appear here for breakfast, dressed in their safari gear. It’s a wonderful way to start your day at Animal Kingdom, and a great way to sample some new dishes. (Save room for the custard!)
5. 50’s Prime Time Café - Disney's Hollywood Studios
|You can't beat the fried chicken!|
4. Beaches and Cream Soda Shop - Disney's Beach Club Resort
Ice cream and burgers! Need I say more? This is the home of the famous "Kitchen Sink Sundae"– tons of ice cream and toppings served in a sink to share….you may want to consider dessert for dinner here. If you decide to go smaller, I highly recommend the burgers. I love being able to do take out and sit by the pool, or even take it back to the room. The restaurant is bright and cheery, and we can always find room for dessert here!
3. Chef Mickey’s - Disney's Contemporary Resort
|Mickey waffles are a must!|
2. ‘Ohana - Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
|The POG juice at breakfast is wonderful|
1. Cape May Café - Disney's Beach Club Resort
There are many more restaurants that we enjoy eating at, but these are the ones with the BEST memories for us, and the ones we always go back to. Now, we try to add one new place each time we go. We never know when we’ll find a new favorite!
Have a magical day!
- Agent Marla