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Guest Call Dining Experience “Disaster,” Never Going Back

A Guest shared an incredibly disappointing experience at Disney World where their food “tasted like a shoe.”

Walt Disney World Resort is home to some of the best Disney Parks: Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, and EPCOT. Each Theme Park has its own special rides and attractions that have Guests flocking back to them for more. It’s clear that whether it’s Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort, Disney fans love getting their chance at a Disney vacation.

Spaceship Earth, EPCOT

Credit: Disney

But things don’t always go well at Walt Disney World, especially when it comes to dining experiences. This is especially considering the expense that comes along with eating at the Disney Parks. One Disney Guest and Reddit user u/jst1217, shared an unfortunate anecdote,

So I just got back from Disney World and wanted to share my experiences at Space 220. We were pretty excited to eat there and wanted to share my honest opinions of the restaurant. Unfortunately we walked away pretty disappointed.

Space 220 Restaurant

Space 220/Disney

The Guest went on to quote the high price point and even said the food was most definitely not worth the expense. They went on to say that their filet “tasted like a show.”

Many other Guests in the comments agreed with the OP. For example, u/thethurstonhowell added, “That’s my issue with spending $300 and 90 minutes to eat here. There’s better cheaper food literally everywhere at Epcot.”

main street usa magic kingdom

Main Street, U.S.A., Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Resort/Disney

The OP concluded by saying, “This restaurant was a one-and-done for us. I walked away highly unimpressed. If you want to spend $300 for 2 adults and a child on high end Disney dining you can go to STK and half an actual good meal.”

Some others shared that The Lounge was also a better option to experience high-end Disney dining. It’s important to note this was one Guest’s experience, and Space 220 is known to be a restaurant where Guests can,

Embark on the ultimate culinary exploration from this new expansion of the Mission: SPACE Pavilion.

Step inside Space 220 Restaurant—featuring a celestial panorama from a space station—for a delicious meal. To begin your journey, board a special space elevator that will ascend to the stars! Along the way, viewports will give you an aerial view of EPCOT as you travel high above the planet. As you dine, peer out and enjoy amazing daytime and nighttime views of Earth from 220 miles up.

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