3. Boma (Animal Kingdom Lodge)
The most adventurous choice on the list, Boma features a diverse collection of traditional buffet options and international cuisine! Looking past the menu for a moment, guests will love dining at Boma because of the atmosphere – the entire restaurant is open to the rest of the hotel and the glass windows offer stunning views of the savannah surrounding the resort, as well as the animals that call the resort home.
For their meal, guests can choose amongst rotisserie chicken, curried lamb stew, African-spiced strip loin, pork shoulder, slow-roasted ribs, and salmon. In addition to a variety of salads, guests can accompany their meals with spinach quinoa, roasted eggplant, seafood couscous, oxtail stew, and gumbo! Dessert could be a meal here — zebra domes, cheesecake tarts, cookies, panna cotta, and coffee tarts are all on the menu, so be sure to come with an appetite!
4. Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom)
Another character dining location for guests to dine at can be found overlooking the Hub in the Magic Kingdom. During their meals, guests can expect a visit from their favorite citizens of the Hundred Acre Wood — Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore!
Between posing for photos with these characters, guests can fill their plates with salads, an assortment of rolls and breads, as well as freshly made soups. Guests can also have a sampling of hot carved meats and peel-and-eat shrimp. The highlight of a meal at Crystal Palace is creating your own sundae with a variety of toppings. Guests who plan it right can also view Happily Ever After from their dinner tables!
We love finding new places to eat, as well as trying new things when we dine. It can be frustrating when trying to figure out what is waiting for you inside the restaurant. If you want to dine at any of these restaurants, now you’ll know what you can expect!