Top 5 Disney World Restaurants

We wish we were at Boma right now!

We wish we were at Boma right now!

Continuing our Top-5 series is this list of deliciousness from Orlando to your computer screen. All of us at came together and decided on our 5 favorite restaurants, which was not easy, so we look forward to your feedback.

5) Beaches & Cream, Beach Club
What’s better than an old fashioned soda shop? With delicious burgers, shakes, and a dessert called the Kitchen Sink (a sink containing almost everything on their dessert menu), Beaches & Cream is comfort food at its best. And with the amazing Beach Club pool right outside, this restaurant is begging for a visit.

4) 50’s Prime Time Cafe, Hollywood Studios
The food is surprisingly good for such a gimmicky restaurant, and the gimmick is surprisingly fun to experience. 50’s Prime Time Cafe will transport you back to a simpler time when television was a novelty… and ran on an endless 30 minute loop apparently.

3) San Angel Inn, Epcot
We probably wouldn’t be so excited about this one if not for the ambiance, but the place is amazing. You’ll be instantly transported to a Mexican street market where you’ll dine under the stars (no matter what time of day), right across the river from a multi-tiered temple.

2) Le Cellier Steakhouse, Epcot
There’s a reason this place books up 180 days in advance, and it’s not just because it’s small (though that’s part of it). Everything on their menu is fantastic, but the real draw is the Cheddar Cheese Soup and Pretzel Bread (and oh yes, you should mix them together).

1) Boma, Animal Kingdom Lodge
There was no question about this one. It’s an all-you-can-eat buffet of authentic African food, and here’s the kicker- the food is really good! So yeah, this is easily the best restaurant in Disney World, so eat your fill, because there’s plenty of it to go around.

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4 comments to Top 5 Disney World Restaurants

  • John Nicholson

    Tried Boma. Terrible food. Tasteless, lukewarm and uninteresting varieties of so-called “African” foods. Seemingly uninterested employees. Much prefer Tusker House, a direct opposite of Boma qualities and service. Doesn’t really matter anymore tho, since Disney’s Boy Scouts of America nonsense, we no longer take the long drive from the midwest but go elsewhere with our money.

  • Jen Howard

    Hated the Wave. Food was just okay and the ambience was terrible.

  • Laurie K

    Sorry. I don’t agree. Our top 5 would be Tusker House for B,L or D, Rose & Crown for yummy fish & chips and great view of Illuminations, Jiko, Cantina de San Angel (our newest fav), and The Wave. And we’ve gone for over 18 years as newlyweds, pregnant (4 times) and with kids of all ages. We’ve eaten just about everywhere once.

  • jamie

    i love Boma! For breakfast it’s the best!