5 Places You Should Dine At Disney World And 5 Places You Shouldn’t

Dining You Might Want To Skip, Continued:

3. Coral Reef Restaurant

There is absolutely nothing wrong with Coral Reef in Epcot’s Future World. Dining with views of the aquarium is serene and lovely, and the food is great. (Who ever complained about Shrimp and Grits?) But foodies might wish they had chosen a more exotic menu in World Showcase rather than the exotic views that this place is known for.

4. Diamond Horseshoe

Liberty Square’s finest fare is offered at the Diamond Horseshoe. The country cooking and colonial atmosphere are delightful. But foodies might be disappointed in the basic (albeit well-done) menu. It’s a great option for a special family dinner though, since there is guaranteed to be something for all ages.

5. Chef Mickey’s

It doesn’t seem right to put one of the most popular restaurants in Disney World on a “shouldn’t” list. Chef Mickey’s continues to be a family favorite for it’s airy location and classic characters. But foodies may not be too impressed with the buffet of lemon pepper chicken and mac ’n’ cheese. But when it comes from Mickey, well, even foodies could make allowances, right? Photo credit Disney

Whatever you choose, enjoy your meal, Disney Fanatic!

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