4. Boma – Animal Kingdom Lodge
Animal Kingdom Lodge is such a beautiful and unique resort that guests must make time to visit. Dining at Animal Kingdom Lodge means that guests have a chance to view animals at the resort from the beautiful viewing areas and to enjoy the savanna style fire pits in the lobby and on the observation deck. Make plans to visit the resort to dine at Boma on your next vacation. This buffet provides a great mix of classic American items alongside African dishes that reflect the culture and delicacy of the region. One of my favorite Disney restaurants, I try to never miss an opportunity to dine at Boma.
5. Cape May Café – Beach Club Resort
Seafood lovers do not need to pass up an opportunity to dine at Cape May Buffet. Located in Beach Club Resort, Cape May provides a full buffet of al you can eat seafood. Munch on clam strips, shrimp cooked 3 ways, crab legs, scallops, seafood chowders and a myriad of other options. Non seafood-ies will find plenty to satisfy on this is buffet as well with a carving station and classic Disney buffet sides available to enjoy.
6. Trail’s End Restaurant – Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Trail’s End is a great resort dining option for those looking to enjoy a Disney buffet for a bit smaller price tag. This country buffet ranges in price from $35 - $59 per adult and serves up country dishes like fried chicken, cornbread, chili, mac & cheese and mashed potatoes. Hop on a ferryboat and enjoy the ride from Magic Kingdom to Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground for dinner at this Disney restaurant.