Disney’s most magical restaurants

Adrenaline-inducing rides, loveable characters roaming the streets and childhood memories at every turn. Let’s face it – this trip is just as much for the adults as it is for the children. Disney are the experts in creating magical memories that will last a lifetime. From a castle fit for a princess (Cinderella to be exact) at Magic Kingdom to a safari around the Serengeti right there in Orlando, Walt Disney World is a wonderful mix of everything you’ll ever need in a holiday. So, a holiday full of magical moments deserves a trip full of magical eats, right? Check out our favourite Disney restaurants that will ignite your imagination and make you feel like a kid all over again.

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Magic Kingdom

You get to eat in the castle. Need we say more? Oh, and little ones (or big ones) get to meet a load of Disney Princesses and get a photo with Cinderella. The menu is very much a fine dining menu, and so it is a pricier option, but the themed desserts and overall ambience just can’t be beaten – you’re in Cinderella’s castle!

Coral Reef – Epcot

A cosy and charming restaurant with an aquarium that covers an entire wall. We definitely recommend booking in advance for a tank-side table. If you book a table by this huge aquarium window the servers will give you a guide to the fish that call the tank home, making it great for all ages.

50’s Prime Time Café – Disney’s Hollywood Studios

With decoration and a menu straight out of the ’50s, you’ll be transported back to a 1950’s home where “mom” will make you dinner. Complete with a black and white TV at the table and a server that will tell you off just as mum used to, it’s definitely one to try!

Sanaa – Animal Kingdom Lodge

Ever fancied eating your lunch next to a dazzle of zebras? Well now, you can. With an African/Indian menu and floor to ceiling windows, Sanaa is the epitome of ‘dinner with a view’. The Indian Bread Service with huge selection of dips and hummous is delicious and worth the travel out there on its own.

Be Our Guest – Magic Kingdom

French themed and fancy – just as you would expect when dining in the Beast’s Castle. You can choose to opt for a casual quick-service breakfast or lunch – or if you want to do this in true style – opt for a gorgeous table-service dinner, complete with themed deserts.

Sci-fi Dine-In Theatre – Disney’s Hollywood Studios

An all-American diner with a whole lot of attitude and cars instead of tables. Yep, you got it – cars. Set up like a 50’s drive-in movie theatre, you can tuck into a burger and milkshake in your own classic car and enjoy the great range of films on show.

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San Angel Inn Restaurante – Epcot

Dine under a twinkling ‘sky’, complete with a giant Aztec temple by the water and erupting volcano in the distance. A Mexican-themed fiesta located in the Mexican Pavilion at Disney’s Epcot, this stunning restaurant offers great food and a wonderful ambience of perpetual twilight.

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Written on 18th April 2019 by

Charlotte Havercroft

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