Disney Restaurants – The Best Places to Eat in Disney’s Magic Kingdom
Typically, theme park food entails a lot of deep fried and quick eats, however Disney has a plethora of options that are a must-try for all types of foodie fanatics. These Disney restaurants are the best places to eat in the Magic Kingdom.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
The atmosphere is opulent and will make any young prince or princess feel like true royalty. The experience usually comes with a character appearance at each table, so your little one can get a one-on-one experience. While kids enjoy French Toast Sticks, parents can indulge in vegetarian quiches or lobster crepes. The experience alone is worth it, but be prepared to shell out some serious cash and book well in advance.
Liberty Tree Tavern
If you love the feel of historic ambiance, the Liberty Tree Tavern will easily become your favorite. The restaurant is a colonial-style inn with 6 themed rooms that commemorate a historic icon like Betsy Ross or history-making Presidents. If you’re in the mood for a feast, you can get a full Thanksgiving meal year-round. If you have hungry tummies, the all-you-can-eat meal features roasted turkey, carved beef, sliced pork, mashed potatoes, veggies, stuffing, and macaroni cheese.
Turkey Leg Wagon
It’s not always easy to find, but the Turkey Leg Wagon is worth the hunt. It’s a filling protein-heavy snack or meal that will be a delicious alternative to a greasy burger. You can usually find these jumbo legs in Frontier Land, but don’t be afraid to ask a cast member or a fellow guest who scored one as the where you can get yourself one of these salty, smokey treats.
The European-influenced restaurant is a glass encased jem in Disney. The views of Cinderella’s Castle is stunning and the menu is refreshing with features like a Strawberry Chicken Salad and a no-sugar-added butter pecan milkshake. You’ll also please finicky eaters with the standards like burgers and fries.
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One the best quick-service stops is in Liberty Square. Sleep Hollow features waffle sandwiches for lunch like the Nutella and fresh fruit waffle sandwich. For a savory alternative, get the chicken, ham procsiutto and Swiss cheese sandwich.
These are just some of the great options located in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Do you have a favorite food-stop in Disney? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.