This list features our picks for the best restaurants at Walt Disney World to order cheap(er) table service meal, potentially paying counter service prices for cuisine of better quality. This list combines a mix of objective and subjective menu analysis to provides one way of getting more value for money during your Walt Disney World vacation.
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Splitsville Luxury Lanes is a bowling alley and restaurant in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. This review of their dining room features food photos, our take on the ambiance here, and whether it’s worth taking time from your vacation to try Splitsville. As basic planning info, the Splitsville dining room is a 1-credit table
Disney World’s 2017 Disney Dining Plan costs $67.33/night. This post offers tips for saving money with these meal plans (and “Free Dining” which is available for these dates) and our reviews of the various plans. As a quick primer, the cheapest Dining Plan is the Quick Service Plan, which includes 2 counter service meals per day and
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a dinner show at Walt Disney World’s Fort Wilderness. This Revue review features thoughts on the entertainment, our take on the all-you-can eat food, general history of this show, and whether the experience is worth the money. The menu here unlimited down-home comfort food, with likewise unlimited beer, wine, and soda.
If you dine often at Walt Disney World restaurants, and are a Florida resident, Annual Passholder, or Disney Vacation Club member, there’s a money-saving card called Tables in Wonderland. I believe they call it this because only in Alice’s Wonderland could you save money at Disney by presenting a small piece of plastic. Normally, when
Yak & Yeti Local Foods Café in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Anandapur Asia is a quick service restaurant at Walt Disney World serving Asian cuisine (menu) that combines flavors from China, India and Nepal. This review features food photos from Yak & Yeti’s counter service arm, plus our thoughts on the restaurant. For starters, some background. This Walt
San Angel Inn Restaurante is one of two table service restaurants at Epcot’s Mexico pavilion in Walt Disney World. This World Showcase dining review includes food photos, thoughts on ambiance & cuisine, and how it rates in the big picture of food-dense World Showcase. Regarding basic info for Walt Disney World vacation planners, this is a 1-credit table service restaurant
Many of you are probably planning your 2017 Walt Disney World vacations. This post helps you figure out ways to budget for the trip to make it cost less! To help you get the most out of your vacation dollars, we’re here with 10 money-saving tips for your next Walt Disney World vacation. Regardless of your
The Epcot Food & Wine Festival has officially started! This year, there are 29 Global Marketplace booths, making for a lot of grazing options and ways to use Disney Dining Plan snack credits (Free Dining beneficiaries, take note!). This post offers a look at the menus (which feature food photos), along with our overall assessment of this year’s Food &
Minnie’s Holiday Dine is a Christmas-themed character meal Walt Disney World is offering at Hollywood and Vine in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This review features food photos, a look at the holiday finery Mickey, Minnie & friends done for the festive meal, and our thoughts on whether it’s worth it. For starters, you should probably know