These Are The 15 Best Restaurants At Walt Disney World Resort

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11.  Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

If you enjoy wait staff who laugh at their own jokes and find excitement in self-deprecation then look no further than this restaurant, pioneered by none other than the skippers of the Jungle Cruise. When they’re not on the boat making you look at the backside of water, these skippers are drowning their sorrows in a trendy, jungle-esque themed restaurant that makes it painfully obvious there’s an “elephant in the room.” The food is tasty and affordable, but what really makes this place pop is the environment.

12.  Olivia’s Cafe

Here, you’ll find the world’s best biscuits and gravy! Olivia’s Cafe, at Disney’s Old Key West Resort, has such a relaxing vibe that you’ll never want to leave. The cast members are always friendly and attentive. The decor is reminiscent of Old Key West, so it’s very simple, fresh and tastefully done. Olivia’s Cafe is a staple on each of our vacations.

13.  San Angel Inn Restaurante

I love Mexican food and good settings, hence why San Angel Inn Restaurante makes my list! Tucked away in Mexico in the World Showcase, this restaurante offers up authentic Mexican cuisine, Old World hospitality and a beautiful setting as you dine in the twilight beneath a plethora of lights. This place is not only affordable but provides a fun experience that truly takes you into another world.

14.  Tutto Italia Ristorante

When you take a stroll through Epcot’s World Showcase, be sure to stop in Italy and dine at Tutto Italia Ristorante. They have the charm and sophistication you’d expect to find in an exquisite Italian restaurant, as well as delicious pastas, seafoods and even better -- wine! Lots and lots of delicious wines to choose from! It’s a beautiful place for couples celebrating an anniversary or honeymoon or just a night out on the town.

15.  Victoria & Albert’s

Prepare to be wowed when you dine here. It’s beyond exclusive. There is a harpist. There is a an extensive multi-course meal with top-of-the-line flavors that all compliment your pallet. Proper attire is required to dine here, and it is the ultimate place for opulence and romance. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is world-renowned for many things, including Victoria & Albert’s. This opulent dining experience will set you back at least $500 -- so it’s best reserved for special occasions.

What are some of your favorite restaurants in Walt Disney World? Do you agree with my list? I’ll be planning another trip to Walt Disney World soon -- so what are your recommendations of places I should try next?

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