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I live a couple of minutes from Disney World and visit the parks about four times a week. Although I enjoy the attractions and entertainment, one of my favorite things to do on the property is eat.
I’ve dined at about 60% of the restaurants at Disney World (both table service and quick service), and there are hits and misses. Here’s a list of places I usually skip.
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe
Burrito bowl from Pecos Bill. Jenna Clark
Although Pecos Bill offers slightly more than just burgers and fries with its menu of Mexican-inspired favorites like nachos and rice bowls, I still don’t love the food.
I recently gave this quick-service restaurant another go. I ordered the chicken bowl and was pretty disappointed.
But this restaurant does serve delicious seasonal treats, so I pop in from time to time to try those.
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is located at the front of Magic Kingdom. Jenna Clark
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant may offer great views of Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade, but that’s not enough to entice me to pay upwards of $26 for a plate of spaghetti and meatballs.
If seeing the parade from a good spot without having to wait hours is a priority to you though, you may benefit from booking a reservation at Tony’s around parade time.
Columbia Harbour House
Chicken tenders and fries from Columbia Harbour House. Jenna Clark
Although I occasionally eat at Columbia Harbour House, I usually only find myself ordering something here if I need to retreat from the sun. It’s an air-conditioned restaurant with lots of seating.
I would much rather go over to Gaston’s Tavern for the ham-and-cheese sandwich.
If you’re a seafood fan, you may enjoy Columbia Harbour House as the menu has several options. I don’t frequently eat seafood, so I usually stick to chicken tenders and fries.
Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano is located in the back corner of Hollywood Studios. Jenna Clark
To be fair, I’ve only dined here once when I was a child. But I remember that it was one of the most underwhelming dining experiences I’ve had at Disney. I usually enjoy a plate of chicken Parmesan or spaghetti, but not from here.
I remember having a kind and attentive server and appreciating the neat theming, though. It makes guests feel as though they’re dining inside a grandmother’s kitchen, which feels very comforting.
I’d recommend visiting Tutto Gusto or Tutto Italia at Epcot if you’re wanting some high-quality Italian cuisine at Disney World.
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
Sci-Fi Dine-In has a great theme, but I’m not sold on the food. Jenna Clark
If you’re a first-time visitor or have never been to Sci-Fi Dine-In, I’d recommend going once for the ambiance. The restaurant is themed like a 1950s drive-in, and you get to eat in a car while watching a movie.
The menu consists largely of all-American favorites, like burgers, chicken-salad sandwiches, and pan-seared chicken pasta. But I find the food to be average and a bit overpriced for what it is.
PizzeRizzo is in the “Muppets” section of Hollywood Studios. Jenna Clark
Whenever I’m at Hollywood Studios, I almost never consider going to PizzeRizzo. Hollywood Studios has so much other delicious food, so I don’t find spending the money on pizza to be worth it.
But if you’re a big pizza fan, you’ll probably like it.
The dance-floor dining room on the second floor is a fun place to spend time with friends and family while getting out of the sun.
Coral Reef Restaurant
There’s a massive aquarium inside Coral Reef Restaurant. Jenna Clark
Coral Reef used to be my go-to restaurant at Epcot. I enjoyed the orange-glazed sustainable salmon and the chocolate wave dessert.
But I haven’t had the same experience in recent years.
If you’re traveling with children or like aquariums, it’s probably still worth a visit since the restaurant provides views of a large fish tank.
Mickey Mouse meets at Garden Grill. Jenna Clark via BI
Garden Grill provides guests with some of the lengthiest and highest-quality character interactions on the property. It’s nice that guests can say hello and snap a photo with Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Chip, and Dale without waiting.
But the food could be better, especially for $55 an adult. If you enjoy Southern comfort food like spoon bread, barbecue-roasted chicken, and macaroni and cheese you’ll probably like it more than me.
I also wish the dessert was something other than a berry shortcake. But servers have given me sugar cookies as an alternative upon request.
Yorkshire County Fish Shop
Fish and chips from Yorkshire County Fish Shop. Jenna Clark via BI
Yorkshire County Fish Shop is only an occasional stop for me as someone who doesn’t normally eat fried food.
It’s a more limited quick-service dining location. But if you’re a big fish-and-chips fan, I think you’ll enjoy it. Its $13 offering is also cheaper than the $26 fish and chips next door at Rose & Crown.
Flame Tree Barbecue
Onion rings from Flame Tree Barbecue. Jenna Clark via BI
Although the onion-ring basket at Flame Tree Barbecue is delicious, I don’t think it’s worth eating here. There’s no indoor seating and there are usually lots of birds that fly about and sometimes try taking food.
I would much rather eat at Satu’li Canteen for an indoor and more pleasurable dining experience (especially on a hot day) despite how good the food at Flame Tree Barbecue is.
Disney World resorts
Boma is a buffet-style restaurant at Animal Kingdom Lodge. Jenna Clark via BI
Although Boma at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge serves breakfast and dinner, I’ve only dined there for dinner.
I can’t express how delicious the food is at Boma — it’s some of the best food I’ve had at Disney World. The dinner buffet serves tabbouleh, lamb bobotie, and sweet-corn pudding.
Unfortunately, it was a one-and-done for me because of the price tag. I can’t justify paying $54 an adult for a non-character-dining dinner buffet.
But if you’re someone who enjoys desserts, that was my favorite part of the buffet, especially the famous zebra domes.