Along at Disney’s Animal Kingdom you will find a wide range of diversified eating establishments, including many delightful quick service picks. One such recommendation that boasts plenty of palatable options is Restaurantosaurus. Rightfully located within DinoLand U.S.A. this perfect paleontological pursuit delivers on great American classic cuisine features that are great for satisfying dino-sized appetites without the colossal cost. From burgers (including the black bean burger for vegetarians), sandwiches, salads, chicken, shrimp, potato soup, and more, this is the place to really dig up a great value for all the explorers in your group. Most items range between $9.99 and $15, with some Kids’ menu picks priced a little lower and the most expensive item, the Bacon Cheeseburger Combo, standing at just $15.99.
12. Rainforest Café
For a fun, decently priced table service meal that indulges on the tastes of the wild, then Rain Forest Café at Disney’s Animal Kingdom may just be the perfect pick. One of the most elaborately themed establishments on our list, a visit to this dining destination is nothing short of stepping into the likes of a tropical rainforest, as you find yourself surrounded by lively animal props and myriad other tropical sights and sounds to behold. There are even ongoing thunderstorms taking place throughout your meal. And the tantalizing tastes here take adventure to a whole new level, delivering on great value when you consider the intricate theming this whole place emanates.
Rainforest Café serves up traditional American fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Most breakfast items range between $9.25 and $17.99. Lunch and dinner options average at around $15, with some being a little less and some being a little more. There are also a few pricier offerings, but for the most part meals are pretty reasonable. Kids will find an extensive array of choices just for them also. What’s more, the restaurant doubles as a versatile store you can check out along with your meal. In addition to this location, there is another Rainforest Café location within Disney Springs.
13. D-Luxe Burger
While we’re talking about Disney Springs dining with the aforementioned Rainforest Café, did you know that Disney Springs is also home to a vast range of diverse eats as well? Many such establishments offer great, affordable meal options to satisfy plenty of tastes and distinctions without the added price. D-Luxe Burger is one such example, being one of the most highly recommended fan favorites for those seeking some quick fueling food favorites to power up for a day of shopping and entertainment.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, D-Luxe Burger specializes primarily in novelty sandwich and burger fixings, including gluten-free, and vegetarian options. They are also known for shakes and floats, with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic varieties available. Breakfast sandwiches start at $3.99, with breakfast burgers going for $7.99 at most. Lunch and dinner choices come in large, satisfying portions, ranging from $10.49 to $13.49 for single entrées and $24.99 to $28.99 for duo combos designed for two people to share. And as always, Kids’ options are available too.
14. Casey’s Corner
Themed after that great American classic sport of baseball, Casey’s Corner is another fan favorite pick to enjoy while out and about Main Street, U.S.A. within Magic Kingdom Park. The menu celebrates the nostalgic joys of a day in the park with classic ballgame quick service picks, like foot-long hot dogs, fries and loaded fries, corn dog nuggets, and more. There are even a couple vegetarian options as well, including the Plant-based Dog and the Plant-based Loaded-slaw Dog. With ample onsite seating, casual convenience, and reasonable meal pricing with everything under $14, Casey’s Corner remains one of the most popular picks for guests.
15. Columbia Harbor House
With its top-notch quality cuisine and well-versed menu selections it’s easy to forget for moment that Columbia Harbor House is actually a quick service establishment. Located within Magic Kingdom Park’s Liberty Square, this quaint colonial coast-themed eatery is the ultimate place to come to satisfy versatile tastes that may all be craving different things. From traditional American classics to seafood selections, and more, Columbia Harbor House is unique in that it offers a little bit of everything.
From grilled salmon to vegetarian chili, vegetable rice to chicken potpies, lobster rolls to sandwiches, it’s all here and reasonably priced too. There are even plenty of generously portioned combo platters, all of which are reasonably priced with nothing exceeding $14.99. And with plenty of available onsite seating as an added bonus, it’s no wonder why Columbia Harbor House is mutually considered to be one of the very best counter service meals to be had within Magic Kingdom Park.
From time to time menus do change and prices do fluctuate, but rarely are these changes seen on a grand scale. Also, remember that Disney is committed to making meal and dining accommodations for those with specific allergies and dietary needs. Please note, however, that it is always best to notify chefs well in advance when able to do so, just to be sure there is ample time to have any and all prior preparations underway. Meals come in all forms and budgets, so just remember that there are always options for enjoying hearty and satisfying meals at Disney World well within an equally satisfying price range.