Everyone knows the best part of Disney is the food (there, we said it). While you might be inclined to grab a copious amount of churros, turkey legs, and Mickey-shaped everything while roaming the parks, these restaurants might convince you to save room for something a little more special. From a castle to a drive-in theater to ancient Mayan ruins, these are the restaurants you absolutely need to visit at Disney World.
If you want to live out your Disney princess fantasies, you have to dine . You'll even ascend a spiral staircase before you enter the grand banquet hall.
The is modeled after Morocco's open-air markets. It offers a view of the IllumiNations fireworks — and some killer lamb sliders.
The tables are cars in this . The film screen plays a loop of classic sci-fi trailers and clips while you dine on all-American classics, like burgers, onion rings, and milkshakes.
This lets you dine right in front of a Mayan pyramid. It's modeled after a 17th-century hacienda, and offers zesty eats such as tortilla soup, molé, and queso!
Dine next to a full of tropical fish, a living coral reef, and even scuba divers. NBD, it's casual. Seafood is the word here, but you'll also find steaks, chicken, and vegan options.
Head into the for a dinner you'll never forget. It's French-inspired cusine, bien sûr, and menu highlights include French onion soup and ratatouille.
This is about as fancy as you're going to get at Disney — not only is it one of the best restaurants in the park, but it's also one of the best in the state of Florida. Indulge in a six-course menu and take in the stunning dining room.
You may not be able to actually travel to French Polynesia, but you can feel like you're there, thanks to this that includes Polynesian dancers, fire-knife performers, and island-style music. The all-you-can-eat tropical feast doesn't hurt things, either.