There are so many amazing restaurants across property it can be hard to pick which Disney World restaurants you want to eat at. You have more than 356 restaurants to pick between at Walt Disney World. In this article, we are just going to focus on the 100 or so that accept reservations. What is dubbed as a sit-down restaurant in Disney planning speak.
If you want to try out any of these locations we highly recommend booking your reservation 180 days out from when you want to eat! Believe it or not, since these are considered some of the best dining locations on property they can completely book up right at opening six months out. Book online or call (407) WDW-DINE.
This is our personal favorite on property, due to the fact so many memories were shared here, including our wedding! For a complete breakdown of what to expect at this location read our review. It’s a mix of contemporary Californian dishes along with some classics. Our favorite dish here is the Oak-fired Filet Of Beef.
Be ready to eat family style here! At Ohana you are seated at big long tables with other families. The food is served on large trays and you are free to pick and choose what you like to eat. This style dining is very similar to Whispering Canyon if you have eaten there (but better food and no screaming). The atmosphere will get you up off your seat to join in with the Polynesian entertainers and makes this a great one for kids!
Victoria and Alberts
This is considered the most exclusive Disney World restaurant. Why? Victoria & Albert’s is an AAA 5-Diamond award winning restaurant in the Grand Floridian Resort at Walt Disney World. Here you will find a unique fine-dining menu of contemporary American cuisine. Please be aware that this restaurant has a dress code.
A.K.A. Canada! Here you are going to want to munch down on some steak or salmon. Don’t forget the pretzel bread… you will dream of it for days after! Oh, did I mention the cheddar cheese soup? If you need some more convincing head over to the Canada booth at the food and wine festival to sample some of the soup for yourself.
Located in the Yachtsmen Hotel, you can view the fresh cut steaks before you even sit down! The waitstaff is very knowledgeable and will make you feel like you are in an upscale steakhouse. They have a great selection of different steaks as well as an extensive wine list to complement your choice.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Dining inside Cinderella’s Castle! Need I say more? Every princess deserves to dine in a real castle at least once, and I have been lucky enough to dine here several times. Due to its small size, Cinderella’s Royal Table also offers a nice intimate atmosphere. Don’t forget to get your picture with Cinderella and Prince Charming.
Located right off the boat dock at the Grand Floridan, this spot gives you an amazing view overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom. The fresh fish options will not disappoint. Make sure to stick around for fireworks, they dim the lights and play the music, just like if you were inside the park.
Located in the Dolphin Hotel, this traditional wood paneled restaurant offers enormous steaks served a la carte with many sides served family style, you won’t go home hungry. I highly recommend ordering the chocolate souffle at the start of your meal for a truly delicious finish. Don’t forget to check out the football memorabilia.
Located on the Boardwalk and fully refurbished in 2016, this restaurant boasts an open view of the kitchen with some counter seating available to see your meal prepared right before your eyes. In addition to their standard menu, they always offer seasonal specials with the freshest seafood that is available.
Artist Point is located in the Wilderness Lodge with beautiful views that make you feel like you are at a National Park lodge. The menu is Pacific Northwest and I recommend the salmon and filet mignon. Please be aware that this restaurant has a dress code.
Located in the Grand Floridian Resort, this restaurant boasts a warm, old world design. The menu changes seasonally to reflect the ingredients that are the freshest. The cuisine is American with a definite Mediterranean twist.
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