Boma (Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge)
The most adventurous buffet on the list, Boma has unique offerings to tease the guest’s tastebuds and introduce them to the flavors of Africa. Boma is open to guests for breakfast and dinner. At breakfast, in addition to the traditional breakfast options, guests can try a variety of seasoned breakfast meats, sweet plantains, and African pastries. Dinner offers even more exotic selections with a variety of unique soups and salads, as well as a selection of meats seasoned with African spices, and some truly decadent desserts.
Chef Mickey’s (Contemporary)
Possibly the most well-known buffet on the list, Chef Mickey’s serves guests for every meal of the day. The buffet offers traditional buffet options at every meal, so regardless of your appetite, guests will find something that will make their tastebuds happy. In addition to a bevy of food, guests are drawn to this location for the view and the company — located below the Monorail, Chef Mickey’s offers breath-taking views of the Monorail, as well as the Grand Canyon Concourse inside the Contemporary. During their meal, guests will meet the members of the Fab Five – Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, and Pluto — as they visit and pose for photos with guests in the restaurant.
‘Ohana (Polynesian Village Resort)
Another family-style platter service restaurant, ‘Ohana is open to guests for breakfast and dinner. In the morning, the breakfast platter offers eggs, bacon, sausage, waffles, and breakfast potatoes, as well as unlimited services of delicious tropical juices! Guests will also have the ability to visit with Mickey and Pluto, as well as Lilo and Stitch during their meal! Dinner offers a greater variety of food and is frequently our choice when visiting — guests are treated to delicious freshly-made bread, salad, as well as platters of lo mein, chicken wings and pork dumplings. For the meal itself, servers circle the restaurant offering freshly grilled selections — chicken, steak and shrimp seasoned with island spices! This is definitely a meal you’ll want to come to with an appetite!
1900 Park Fare (Grand Floridian)
Almost hidden away at the Grand Floridian, 1900 Park Fare serves breakfast and dinner in a traditional buffet. At breakfast, guests can expect traditional breakfast selections – pastries and fruits, as well as pancakes, breakfast meats, and delectable sticky buns. While guests are making their trips back and forth to the buffet, they will also have the chance to meet Alice in Wonderland, the Mad Hatter, and Mary Poppins. At dinner, guests will find a variety of salads, a carving station, as well as chicken, fish, a beefy stir-fry, and a selection of delicious sides. Dinner features Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, as well as Anastasia and Drizella.