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When we have a trip planned to visit Disney World I look forward to making reservations for our favorite restaurants. Each trip I plan I think we’ll try someplace new (and occasionally we do), but more times than not we tend to stick to our favorites. Here are 4 restaurants that seem to make it onto reservation list nearly every time we visit Disney World.
Chefs de France (Epcot) ~ The food here is divine + they deliver fresh baguettes to your table. I don’t usually eat dessert, but dessert is a must here! The french know how to do dessert. Another reason why we love this restaurant so much is because all of the restaurant staff is from France. My husband served a 2 year mission in France (and so did one of my sons) and they both can carry on a conversation with our waiter…in French. I love it!
Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom) ~ This one is a classic and we can’t seem to get enough of it! We usually go for dinner here, but I’ve heard lunch is super too. At dinner they serve you family style and it starts with Tossed Mixed Greens with House-made Dressing. Your meal consists of Roasted Turkey Breast, Pot Roast, Sliced Tavern Ham with Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, and Herb Stuffing. You finish it off with Baked Apples in crispy Pastry Shell topped with ice Cream and dried cranberries. I honestly never seem to have room for dessert but I do take a few bites, because I love the ice cream with the tart cranberries.
‘Ohana (Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort) ~ We love to do dinner here! They only do a character breakfast and dinner at the restaurant and both meals are great when you have your whole family with you. They have such a fun dinner atmosphere with storytelling and games. The food is great too. They bring around skewers of chicken, steak and shrimp and you can eat as much as you want. The dinner also comes with teriyaki noodles, veggies and more.
Kona Cafe (Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort) ~ This is one of our favorite places to eat breakfast. If you can’t get a reservation at ‘Ohana, I recommend giving this a try. We love the Strawberry Compote they bring for the pancakes and other items like the Tonga Toast which is Banana-stuffed Sourdough French Toast rolled in Cinnamon Sugar. We always start our day here when we plan to be in the Magic Kingdom. After breakfast it’s so convenient to jump on the monorail and head straight to the park.
I would love to hear which Disney World restaurants are your faves. Do you have a restaurant that you feel you must visit every time you go to Disney World? Leave a comment and let me know, maybe we’ll broaden our horizons this fall we visit Disney World and give something new a try (but probably not).