We go to Disney World at least once a year and find the food very good
with large portions, although expensive. We have two suggestions to make this easier on
the wallet: 1) share an entrée, we just did this at Artist Point* and had plenty
of food and they didn't mind splitting it at all.. 2) Take home leftovers for lunch the
next day, if you have a kitchenette this is not too difficult. If your doing the Park it
may be tedious to return to your room for lunch but usually you want a break at this point
and it's usually crowded and hot at this time of day.
We had a great meal at this restaurant at the Wilderness Lodge.
The fare includes standard American entrée's with a Northwestern flair. We had an
appetizer that had shrimp salad, buffalo, asparagus with a raspberry vinaigrette, smoked
salmon, sea grass salad and nectarines. Our entrée was teriyaki grilled halibut with
black rise and steamed vegetables. It was so good we expressed this to our server and also
asked a couple of questions about the chef and she said she would ask him to come out and
to our surprise he did. We had a long conversation with him about the meal and he was very
We went back for a second time on our last trip. And it was just as
Cuisine: American Northwest
We went to the brown Derby with my sister and her boyfriend (now
husband). On our last trip it was very disappointing. We actually had a package
deal were we would eat at the Brown Derby and get priority seating for Fantasmik.
Well I wasn't that hungry and we wanted to split a meal. We were told that that
was not possible with our priority seating arrangement, so we left and went to
Prime Time and had a much better time and better food and more reasonable
Dinner: 4pm-park closing
50's Prime Time Cafe
Wash your hands and don't be late for supper, because Mom is waiting for you at the
50's Prime Time Cafe. Relax in the living room or dine in Mom's kitchen while watching
some of your favorite 50's sitcom clips on Mom's old fashioned TV's. Try one of Mom's
homemade favorites like meatloaf or pot roast. But you better clean your plate, and that
includes the vegetables (Yuck!) because Mom also makes the best desserts in town. S'mores,
apple pie, and plenty of fountain favorites including those delicious Prime Time milk
We've been here twice and had a great time both times. Our first time we
just had the greatest server. She just played along with the we are the kids and Mom's in
the kitchen routine throughout our meal. We were punished if we put our elbows on the
table. If we didn't eat our vegetables we were sent to the corner. It was great fun. Our
second trip wasn't as fun filled but it was still cool.
Dinner: 4pm-park closing
I love Akershus. The menu is very mid-western, since a lot of
Norwegian's immigrated to Minnesota. It includes such foods as roast beef, macaroni and
cheese, pickled haring, new potatoes. It is served as a buffet.
Hours vary with park hours
In the Epcot land Marco, this is a very interesting meal. During
your meal you may get a belly dancer.
Do not pass up this Japanese restaurant just because you think all
Japanese food involves raw fish. I do not eat raw meat of any kind but I love this food.
The most American type meal is the Tempura, which is battered shrimp, carrots, zucchini,
Portobello Yacht Club
Portobello Yacht Club invites guests to sit back, relax and bask in the glory of a
"sunny day on the Italian Riviera," in a celebration of award-winning Northern
Italian food and spirits. Portobello offers a bountiful menu full of imaginative seafood,
homemade pastas, specialty gourmet pizzas and flavorful desserts, all complemented by
Cuisine: Northern Italian & Seafood
This is wonderful fun, and you should do it if you get a change. The food is wonderful, I
loved the Island Pork, as the waiter said it didn't look to appetizing, but it was
Early Luau: 6:45pm
Late Luau: 9:30pm
Liberty Tree Tavern
In the Magic Kingdom, we like this restaurant best. The food is wholly American and very
Dinner: 4pm-park closing
Located in the tropical and lush Polynesian Resort, 'Ohana restaurant offers a taste of
the Islands. You and your guests will be transported to a Polynesian Island as skewers
from a flaming fire pit are served in a casual and entertaining setting.
Tony's Town Square Restaurant
On our latest trip to the World, we finally went to this popular restaurant. It was pretty
good. It would be our 2nd favorite in the Magic Kingdom
Dinner: 3:45pm-varies with park hours
This was fun. I have been shying away from this one because of it's 'family style'
service, but it was much better than expected. The food, as always was great!
This authentic "California Style" restaurant is located at the top (15th floor)
of Disney's Contemporary Resort. It's colorful, casual atmosphere combined with a
"live" stage kitchen cerate an innovative yet comfortable dining experience. The
menu of the California Grill is ever changing, inspired by the season and market. A full
spectrum of wines from California will be available, with extensive by the glass wine
programs offered daily.
Beaches and Cream
This is a classic American soda fountain. The have sodas, shakes, malts and oversized
sundaes. They also serve burgers and other lunch favorites
Cuisine: Ice Cream & Snack
This restaurant serves breakfast lunch and dinner in Disney's beautiful Old Key West
1900 Park Fare
Grand Floridian Cafe
Cinderella's Royal Table
(this has changed I have no new information though)
There is something in the Castle, and this is it. A wonderfully fun restaurant, right in
the middle of the Castle. Although the food was not as exceptional as any other Disney
restaurant, you should go, just to say you 'dinned' in the Castle. (When we were there it
was called King's Stephan's, the actual castle's owner)