Walt Disney World - Special & Unique Dining
50's Prime Time Cafe
The 50's Prime Time Café menu includes family favorites like golden fried chicken, traditional meatloaf and pot roast, cooked the way Mom used to make it—that is, if Mom were a 1950s sitcom star.
Be welcomed into Mom's family and feel at home in her kitchenette. But Mom expects you to mind your manners, so don't be surprised if she tells you to keep your elbows off the table. It's all part of the old-fashioned fun and gentle ribbing that's served up along with the food.
Afternoon Tea at Garden View Tea Room
A cherished tradition of leisure and refinement makes a comeback when you sit down for Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room. Tea cakes and other delicate and delectable treats accompany a wide selection of teas from around the globe. Treat yourself to a rare occasion and an unforgettable afternoon. Afternoon Tea starts at 2:00 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m., 7 seven days a week.
The Garden View Tea Room also hosts My Disney Girl's Perfectly Princess Tea Party, a fantasy-come-true with exciting gifts for your special princess (or prince). Princess Aurora may even join the fun at this enchanting party.
Biergarten restaurant, in the heart of the Bavarian Village in the Germany Pavilion at Epcot theme park, celebrates Oktoberfest all year long. Authentic German cuisine is served for lunch and dinner buffets.
Lively costumed musicians provide traditional Oktoberfest entertainment throughout lunch and dinner. Music and merriment resound as diners are encouraged to dance and be part of the boisterous merrymaking–or simply relax in the twilight atmosphere in this magnificent German hall. At the Biergarten Restaurant, seating is at long communal tables that offer a great view of the festivities. Grab a chair, join the revelry and create your own traditional German meal. Rotating lunch and dinner selections consist of hearty German favorites such as bratwurst, red cabbage sauerkraut, pork schnitzel and spaetzle.
Boma-Flavors of Africa
Designed to resemble an African marketplace, the exotic restaurant serves dishes inspired by the varied flavors and seasonal dishes of over 50 African countries, from the coast of the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean. Watch as Boma's chefs prepare dishes in an open kitchen with a wood-fire rotisserie grill. Morning offerings may include fresh fruit, African pastries, omelets, pancakes, french toast, bacon, sausage, carved ham, breakfast potatoes, cereal, oatmeal, scrambled eggs and corn beef bobotie—a type of quiche. The dinner buffet offers favorites prepared with African flair, which may include signature vegetarian selections, traditional dishes, fire-grilled meats, seafood, soups, salads, and desserts.
Coral Reef Restaurant
Coral Reef Restaurant, located at The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion at Epcot theme park serves scrumptious seafood for lunch and dinner surrounded by stunning underwater views of the Caribbean Coral Reef. Dine on grilled mahi mahi, pan-seared flounder and other seafood favorites, as well as New York strip steak, grilled chicken and vegetable strudel. All the while, look out on the largest inland saltwater environment ever built— containing 85 different species of tropical fish. Between the delicious food and the extraordinary view, the Coral Reef provides a fascinating and memorable dining experience.
Kouzzina by Cat Cora
In Greece, the Kouzzina is the Kitchen — and now you can savor celebrity chef Cat Cora's time-honored Mediterranean family recipes and personal favorites as her casual family restaurant on Disney's BoardWalk comes alive through the sights, sounds and aromas of its fabulous open kitchen.
La Hacienda de San Angel
For those who crave authentic Mexican cuisine and Old World hospitality, vamonos to La Hacienda de San Angel! The newest dining attraction in the Mexico Pavilion offers an array of zesty, traditional dishes including Queso Fundido (warmed cheese with poblano peppers and chorizo) and a succulent Pescado a la Talla (grilled red snapper).
Modeled after a classic Hacienda and topped by an azure dome, this 250-seat eatery features indoor seating and has views of World Showcase Lagoon. Start your evening with an appetizer such as Taquizas, a taco trio that includes rib-eye, roasted chicken and marinated pork. The salsas are made fresh with chipotle, Serrano peppers, tomatillos and spices.
Le Cellier Steakhouse
Le Cellier Steakhouse in the Canada Pavilion offers refuge to red meat lovers beneath the bustle of Epcot theme park in a setting inspired by the wine cellars of the grandest Canadian château-style hotels: Le Château Frontenac and Fairmont Château Laurier. At Le Cellier Steakhouse, feast on regional cuisine based on recipes from the provinces of Canada. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant features succulent prime rib and filet mignon from aged corn-fed beef, and pan-seared seafood, along with its signature dish, Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup. The extensive children's menu aims to please the picky eater.
Warm each meal with a fine Canadian wine, chosen from the vintages displayed in glass and wood cases surrounding the restaurant's intimate interior illuminated by ambient lighting. The dessert menu includes a chocolate "moose" with character.
Les Chefs de France
Dive into a lobster roll, grilled salmon, salads, clam chowder and shrimp and chicken baskets at this river's edge casual eatery in Liberty Square.
This location has quick-service menu items or products that, upon request, may accommodate Guests' common food allergy or intolerance requirements. Click here to view a sample menu. Menu items and prices subject to change without notice.
Nine Dragons Restaurant
Nine Dragons Restaurant, open for lunch and dinner in the China Pavilion at Epcot theme park, serves authentic traditional and modern cuisine from across China. Dine in a contemporary Asian setting rich with cultural and culinary treasures.
Diners are greeted at the entrance by a stunning glass mural of two dragons chasing a glowing pearl. Extensively updated in 2008 to reflect a mixture of modernism and tradition, the bright and colorful dining room showcases delicately crafted glass artwork and warm rosewood wall panels—all accented by the romantic glow of Chinese lanterns. Request a seat near one of the oversized windows that provides a sweeping view of World Showcase Lagoon and watch the pedestrians walking the promenade outside.
Hang loose with Stitch and friends at breakfast and enjoy games, storytelling and a Hawaiian-style feast at dinner.
Rainforest Cafe Animal Kingdom
Rainforest Cafe in Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park brings adventure to the lunch and dinner table with outstanding American cuisine that includes luscious salads, pasta, sandwiches, seafood, burgers and poultry dishes, as well as a variety of vegetarian selections.
Top off your dining safari with a signature dessert such as the Journey's End Sparkling Volcano, a chocolate brownie tower topped with ice cream, whipped cream and caramel and chocolate sauces—it's erupting with sweet goodness!
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