Please name your top 2 FAVORITE Disney restaurants! Keep in mind we have three small children (6,4 and 2) :) - PassPorter Community - Boards & Forums on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and General Travel
Please name your top 2 FAVORITE Disney restaurants! Keep in mind we have three small children (6,4 and 2) :)
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Via Napoli/Tutto Italia. The food is excellent, and the waiters are good looking.
Liberty Tree Tavern lunch. Pot roast/Thanksgiving dinner/Colony salad! So hard to choose! Then end with Ooey Gooey toffee cake and you have to roll me out of there.
Chef Mickey's breakfast: The buffet is great with lots of variety and the character interaction includes the fab five.
I love O'Hana with young kids for a character meal that isn't a buffet. It is family style at your table so you don't have to get up every time a kid wants more food! It is relaxing, the food and charcters come to you.
Boma -- they have chicken nuggets and mac and cheese for the little ones, and more interesting fare for the adults. Plus it's a good excuse to visit the Animal Kingdom Lodge.
Dinner at 'Ohana -- lots of fun with coconut races, limbo contests, hula lessons. When she was 6, DD announced it was her favorite meal at WDW. Even over character meals and dining with the princesses.
Ohana dinner and Tusker House breakfast, without a doubt.
I agree! Love the buffet choices and character interaction at Tusker House (Donald's Safari Breakfast). My two also love the Sci Fi Dine In Theater at HS (fun atmosphere and you get to sit in cars like you're at a drive in movie), and Crystal Palace for any meal (gotta love Pooh and friends!).
O'Hana for dinner without a doubt and we also love Crystal Palace for breakfast especially if you get an early time before the park is open, you can walk down Main Street and take pictures with hardly any people, plus the breakfast is very good
O'hanas and Chef Mickey's are eveyone's favorite...aside from eating at the castle...our family can't go to Disney without booking O'hana's and Primetime at HS. O'hana's has the best food and we love Stich at the breakfast! Primtime is so fun because of the great waite staff...you have to experience it!