So as some of you know my family and I went to Disneyworld last week. Most of our trip was planned around food and we absolutley ate a lot. If you read our planned itinerary you know that there were many food stops, and we in fact did most of them. Our first night in Disney Springs was a little rainey so we chose food that was simply under shelter. We ended up eating at CityWorks and the food was fine but nothing special compared to the other food we had during the week. So here we go with my top five places/items to eat at Disneyworld in Orlando.
These are really in no particular order but the first thing on the list is always going to be the Mickey beignets. We did end up taking the boat from Disney Springs to the french quarter for these and it was totally worth it. The order of 6 for 4 people is still so much food. These are very dense and delicious and I highly recommend.
Number 2 is the filet mignon sliders at The Boathouse. The Boathouse is also a great place for drinks (that’s a different list) but their food is also amazing. The full filet mignon is nearly $60 but the sliders are just $17 and are incredible. With nothing but a butter sauce on a brioche bun the sliders come with lots of perfectly cooked meat. So if you are a steak person, this is a must stop.
For number 3 we are actually going into the parks, starting with EPCOT. Now EPCOT is where you can find some of the best food and drinks in the parks, but I particularly fell in love with the pork ramen in Japan. I am someone who literally eats ramen everyday, soup is one of my main food groups. Japan’s pork ramen at the Katsura Grill was awesome.
We are staying in Epcot for number 4. We did our sit down dinner at the Coral Reef restaurant after exploring the aquarium and it was the best meal we had all trip. The prime rib was delicious (and the portion was huge…10oz!), my family raved about the clam chowder and my husband loved his Mahi Mahi. It was wonderful service, a great environment and a truly awesome meal.
Last but not least we have to mention Ronto Roasters in Hollywood Studios. Its such a huge portion that my husband and I shared it, but you can’t really go wrong with meat wrapped in meat. The peppercorn sauce is delicious and its a perfect place to stop in Galaxy’s Edge.
Now you get a bonus one because I was absolutley obsessed with the chicken wings at Jock Lindsey’s Hanger Bar in Disney Springs. Get the BBQ and then ask for some of the sauce to dip your fries in. I swear I could bathe in that BBQ sauce it is so good. I am still thinking about it. I truly think these are the best places to eat in Disneyworld before this trip I did a lot of research so these choices were also backed by science.