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Reader Reviews : Walt Disney World Restaurants

User Rating 4.5 Star Rating (21 Reviews)


There's so much great food to share, that's it time you're aware: Disney World's a diner's delight after all. Sure, you love the Mouse, the Tower of Terror, and the fireworks. But do you look forward to indulging in some great meals when you make your Florida park pilgrimages? You should. There are some wonderful places to eat that can satisfy a wide range of palates and pocketbooks throughout Mickey's mega-resort. To help you plan your next visit, check out these user reviews of Walt Disney World restaurants.

50's Prime Time Cafe: Eat Your Vegetables, Get the Shake

50's Prime Time Cafe is located in Disney's Hollywood Studios. This is a restaurant that is fun for all ages and has a good atmosphere. The wait staff all play a role of being picky about table manne…More

Cap'n Jack's Restaurant- Good Food with a View

This was a great place to eat in Downtown Disney. We sat by the window overlooking a lake, and it was very nice seeing fish in the water. The food was great. It was like going to an Irish bar complet…More

Yachtsman Better than Le Cellier

Ate at this resturant twice while staying at Disney World and felt it was the best place to eat if you were looking for a good steak. For those who think that Le Celliar is better, we had lunch there…More

Le Cellier at Epcot Doesn't Disappoint

This past September in 2011, I dined at Le Cellier Steakhouse for my 5th time, and it did not disappoint when it came to the food quality, taste, and presentation. The Cheddar Cheese Soup is a must i…More

Dining with an Imagineer at Hollywood Brown Derby

I have eaten at the Hollywood Brown Derby many times, and it is a requirement for each trip to WDW for me to dine here. The Cobb salad is among the best you will ever experience. The salad could be a…More

Hollywood and Vine not up to Disney Standards

This by far is the most disappointing meal i have ever had at a disney restaurant. The selection for this buffet was very limited. The food was cold, and just poor quality. Not worth $30 a person. No…More

Mama Melrose's Chef Cooks Up a Winner

My daughter and I have gluten allergies. The chef came out right away ( I think his name was Josh). We were given many options. We were able to eat things that we hadn't had in years. It was incredib…More

Boma is the Bomb!

This is a buffet, but fit for a queen! It was my birthday, and I am over 50 and went here with my sister to celebrate.It is a bit noisy and often kids will be running about, but the buffet was excell…More

Chef Mickey's Disappointing

I was VERY disappointed with our experience at Chef Mickeys. We went for dinner, and the food was mediocre at best. Our server verged on being rude (perhaps because he was already assured of an 18% t…More

50's Prime Time Cafe is Number One on Our List

The service is great. I love it when the waitresses sit down with you and tell you, "No chewing gum, no elbows on the table, and don't forget to set the table." I go to Disney World every two years a…More

Coral Reef - Best Restaurant at Disney World

The food here is delicious, by far the best that we have eaten at Disney World, and the atmosphere and servers are great. Also, please note that this restaurant is not as expensive as Disney, and oth…More

San Angel Inn - Disney World Restaurant Falls Short

Although the Tostadas de Jaiba were (reasonably) tasty, as was the salada, this restaurant really fell short. My father's $26 entree had very obviously been prepared much earlier, and then microwaved…More

Hollywood & Vine: Best Meal Ever at Disney World

We went for the breakfast buffet with characters, basically for little kids with the little Einsteins and Yo-Yo Circus. We were there, but didn't have any kids (I didn't know who the characters were)…More

Le Cellier Steakhouse: Superb Filet Mignon

Three adults and one child ate at Le Cellier for lunch. The filet mignon were some of the best tasting we ever had. The pretzel sticks were a great idea. The desserts were wonderful, and the service …More

Home Run Hot Dog Scores at Disney's ESPN Club

Located in the Boardwalk, the ESPN Club is my favorite Disney World restaurant, The Home Run Hot Dog is the best; I prefer mine just with the cheese, but one can also have chopped onions or chili. It…More

Olivia's at Old Key West Resort: A Hidden Gem

Olivia's at Disney's Old Ket West Resort is a hidden gem of a restaurant. The food is above average, the service is fantastic and the location is superb.Olivia's is small, rarely crowded, and has a n…More

Boulangerie Patisserie: Just Too Good

Just to give some credibility to this, I am 23 and have been to Disney World nine times. I have grown up with it so i know quite bit about things. This place is amazing. It is hard to go wrong with a…More

Boma's Dessert Bar is Incredible

We went to Boma on a whim this year, as we're not nessicarily an exploratory family when it comes to food. However, we found a unique experience: a casual mix of classic American Cuisine along with t…More

California Grill: Everything is excellent

There is no question in our minds that California Grill at the Contemporary Resort is hands down the best restaurant. From soup to bread to entree to dessert, everything is excellent and we've not ha…More

Ohana: My grandchildren love it there.

Every year when we go to Disney World we always make reservations to eat at Ohana at the Polynesian Resort. My grandchildren love it there and they all like the choice of foods they can have, since t…More

Our dinner at Sanaa was incredible!

I wasn't sure what to expect, but thought it was going to be African food, like the meals served at Jiko and Boma. It WAS African food, but mixed with Indian cuisine. Our dinner was incredible!The na…More

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