5 Best Places to Eat in Disney Orlando
Last summer was an absolutely incredible experience for me. I had the opportunity to fulfill my childhood dream of visiting Disney in Orlando, and it was simply sensational!
There's no way to describe the magic that exists in that place - it really is something special.
I took full advantage of my time there and explored all the amazing restaurants, cafes, and pastry shops they have on offer.
In this blog post I wanted to share with you some of my favorite places from last summer so if you ever get a chance to visit Disney yourself then make sure these are on your must-visit list:
Culver's, the chain serve up classic American favorites like our famous
ButterBurgers, Fresh Frozen Custard treats, and Wisconsin Cheese Curds.
menu is full of fresh ingredients that make every meal perfect for a
day at the park or just a quick lunch break while exploring all that
Disney has to offer.
Plus with convenient locations throughout both Disneyland Park and California Adventure Park, it's easy to find something tasty no matter where you are!
To lighter fare like shakes & smoothies; there's something here for everyone! And don't forget about our signature sundaes - topped with whipped cream & cherries they're sure not only satisfy your sweet tooth but put a smile on your face too :)
If you want to take a look at the prices before you get there, I would like to leave this precious tip.
I worked for 4 years in the fast food business and I was able to closely follow the service of the company JoJo Recipes. They also have an online site that provides all the menus of the most famous fast foods in America, including Culver's, just access the site and search by Culver's menu.
2) 50's Prime Time Cafe at Disney Orlando
The atmosphere here is reminiscent of the 1950s, complete with old-fashioned television sets playing classic shows like I Love Lucy, The Honeymooners, and Leave it to Beaver. You'll feel right at home as you take part in some lighthearted fun while enjoying your meal.
The menu features all the comfort food favorites from that era such as Mom's Chicken Pot Pie and Dad's Old-Fashioned Pork Chop Plate. There are also plenty of options for vegetarians including Tofu "Fried" Rice Bowl or Vegetable Lasagna Rollatini.
And don't forget about dessert - indulge yourself with a slice of Grandma's Chocolate Cake or Aunt Liz' Apple Crisp!
No matter what you choose from their extensive menu, be sure to save room for one of their signature milkshakes - they're simply delicious!
To top it off, friendly servers will keep an eye on everyone making sure they stay out of trouble (in true '50s style). So come join us today at 50's Prime Time Cafe where good times never go out fashion...and neither does great food!
3) Kobé Japanese Steakhouse - Lake Buena Vista
The menu features traditional dishes as well as modern twists on classic favorites like sushi, tempura, teriyaki and more!
The delicious signature hibachi-style cooking with expert chefs who will entertain you while they prepare your meal right before your eyes.
Each dinner includes fresh vegetables and a selection of meats or seafood cooked over an open flame with precision skill by the master chefs.
4) Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot
This exquisite restaurant is located in the Canada pavilion and its architecture imitates that of an old castle. It offers some of the best steaks around, from filet mignon to seafood options like lobster tails.
The house mushrooms are also a must-try - they're so tasty! And don't forget to end your meal with their famous crème brûlée - it's simply divine.
At Le Cellier Steakhouse you can expect top quality service and food every time you visit. Whether it's date night or just dinner with friends, this place will make sure everyone has an enjoyable evening out on the town!
So if you're ever visiting Epcot be sure to check out this amazing steakhouse - we guarantee that it won't disappoint!
5) The Cape May Cafe
It's very, very cute!!
Talking about the buffet, this was what I liked the most, and Cape May just doesn't take the title of favorite because the hotel is not as nice as the Grand Floridian.
There is a huge selection of cheeses, fruits, yogurt with granola, breads, fruit salads, eggs, ham... American options such as bacon, salmon and sausages are also present, but in smaller quantities than elsewhere.
My favorite part was the "pasteries", puffs with countless fillings. The apple one was so wonderful that I don't even know how many times I repeated it, hehe.
It's not that popular, so you might get a snap on the day.
Even so, I would book just in case. As the Monorail does not pass there, if you go to a park afterwards you have to drive (parking is paid once) or use one of the free buses that circulate in the complex.