5. 50’s Prime Time Café
Have you ever tried peanut butter and jelly—in a milkshake? Have you ever been chastised by a waitress for putting your elbows on the table? Brace yourself, because both of those experiences can be found at this gloriously authentic 1950’s-era café! Waitresses expect you to have good manners at this establishment—but don’t worry, it’s all in good fun, and the entire café has a lighthearted atmosphere. The only thing lighter than the atmosphere, in fact, might be the crispy breading on Aunt Liz’s Golden Fried Chicken.
6. Boma - Flavors of Africa
One of the greatest things about Disney World is the virtual travel that it offers its guests. Just like Jaleo and Takumi-Tei, the restaurant “Boma” allows you to feel transported to another continent! The continent, in this case, is Africa--and, since Disney doesn’t do anything halfway, Boma lets you taste foods from not one but fifty African countries! The restaurant also features an onstage kitchen, and as any restaurant patron knows, watching your meal be prepared makes it even more fun to eat it.
7. Chefs de France
Out of all the countries that are famous for good food, France is perhaps the most recognized—and in this Epcot-based French restaurant, that reputation does not disappoint! With authentic cheese boards, duck confit, escargot, and sorbets and cream puffs for dessert, you’re bound to leave this restaurant full, happy, and (quite possibly) in the mood to start sporting a beret.