Dining at Disney

Disney World Restaurants with Prix Fixe Menus

Walt Disney World is home to four theme parks, two water parks, Disney Springs (the shopping, dining and entertainment district) and a multitude of resorts. Incredible dining is found within each of these areas of the Walt Disney World property. There are several restaurants that offer prix fixe menus. Some only offer prix fixe menus, which means if you want to dine at said restaurant you must pay said price. Some offer prix fixe menus as one of the choices on the menu.

Several times of year, there are dining packages offered to go along with the festivals being held at Epcot. By choosing a festival dining package you get a prix fixe menu at one of the restaurants offering the package. Typically, a similar package is offered at Disney’s Hollywood Studios called a Fantasmic! dining package. All packages allow guests to dine off of a prix fixe menu and then access to reserved seating at the nightly entertainment.

Today, we’re looking at which restaurants at Walt Disney World offer a prix fixe menu on the regular. These do not include buffet restaurants. Buffet restaurants charge a flat fee for an all access pass at the buffet. Prix fixe menus typically offer guests appetizers, entree and desserts. Some have a few offerings to choose from. Take a look at which restaurants offer prix fixe menus.

Magic Kingdom

Cinderella’s Royal Table

Cinderella’s Royal Table is found inside the castle at the heart of the Magic Kingdom. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests pay a flat rate upon reserving their party. Guests can get an appetizers, entrees and dessert at lunch and dinner. For breakfast, guests get to share a pastry appetizer basket before enjoying their entree breakfast. The lunch and dinner menu have five choices for entree: duck, chicken, scallops, beef or a vegetarian dish. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

Be Our Guest – Lunch and Dinner

Guests visiting Be Our Guest for lunch or dinner pay a flat fee and then can choose from the options given on the prix fixe menu. Be Our Guest is found inside the Beast’s castle in Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland. Guests will eat in the West Wing, the Ballroom or the Gallery. The entree menu has five choices: pork tenderloin, filet mignon, chicken, scallops and a vegetarian dish.

Liberty Tree Tavern

This restaurant is found in Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square. Guests will pay one price for two choices: the Patriot’s Platter or the Impossible Meatloaf. Both come with the declaration salad to start and finish with a dessert.


Akershus Royal Banquet Hall *Lunch and Dinner Only*

This restaurant is currently closed due to COVID restrictions

This restaurant is found in Epcot’s Norway pavilion. During lunch and dinner servings at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, guests will pay a flat rate for a three course meal. The appetizer is buffet style, with an assortment of cheeses, meats, salad and seafood to choose from. There are seven choices for the entree: meatballs, chicken, pasta, salmon, pork, dumplings or a mixed grill. For dessert, guests get a plate of desserts to share. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

Chefs de France

Chefs de France is a beautiful restaurant in the France pavilion. Guests can choose from several items on the menu or indulge in the Prix Fixe menu. There’s no details on which appetizers, entrees or desserts are included but it does say that a glass of champagne or cabernet can come with it.

Monsieur Paul

This restaurant is currently closed due to COVID restrictions

One of the Signature restaurants in Epcot is Monsieur Paul. We dined here on our last babymoon and loved it for its incredible service and delicious dishes. Monsieur Paul offers two prix fixe menus: prix fixe menu prestige and the prix fixe degustation. The prestige offers a four course meal, whereas the degustation is a seven course meal. The prestige has more choice than the degustation. They also have a menu that guests can choose to order off of. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

Nine Dragons

This restaurant is currently closed due to COVID restrictions

Found in the China pavilion, Nine Dragons offers a prix fixe menu during their dinner meal. Called the Nine Dragons Family Dinner, guests can share this with the whole table or among a couple members of their group. Guests can choose between the hot and sour soup or the chicken dumpling consumme for their appetizer. Hot Sesame Chicken, Canton Pepper Beef, or Grandma’s Pork Belly for their entree. Strawberry-Red Bean Ice Cream or Caramel-Ginger Ice Cream for dessert. Guests can order off the main menu if they want to forgo the family dinner.

Restaurant Marrakesh

This restaurant is currently closed due to COVID restrictions

This table service restaurant is found in the Morocco pavilion and typically has performers travelling throughout the dining rooms. They are normally open for lunch and for dinner but it’s the dinner offering that has a prix fixe menu option. There’s a large menu to choose from but you can opt for the three course prix fixe meal. The prix fixe meal includes a taste of Moroccan salads, Couscous Royal (with a choice of lamb, chicken, beef or vegetarian) and assorted Baklavas for dessert. A great way to get a good taste of Moroccan fare.


This restaurant is currently closed due to COVID restrictions

The newest Signature restaurant at Disney World’s Epcot is Takumi-Tei. This restaurant is found in the Japan pavilion and is only open for dinner. Guests can purchase a Omakase Tasting Menu for $150 which will give them several choices for several courses.

Garden Grill

Garden Grill is found in The Land pavilion, in the Future World area of Epcot. It’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and features characters. Guests will pay a flat rate for a three course meal for lunch and dinner, two courses for breakfast. Servers will bring the food to the table and it’s an all-you-care-to-eat deal where they’ll keep filling up the skillets as long as you want more. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

Polynesian Village Resort


This restaurant is found in a Magic Kingdom area resort, the Polynesian Village Resort. ‘Ohana is open for breakfast and dinner. Guests pay a flat rate to receive plentiful skillets full of food or bountiful amounts of meat. For breakfast guests will enjoy fruit, a choice of the Breakfast Skillet or the plant-based skillet, and enjoy pineapple-coconut bread or cinnamon sugar doughnuts. For dinner, guests will enjoy mixed green salad, scones and biscuits, chicken wings, pork dumplings, the dinner skillet and bread pudding for dessert. There’s also a plant based option.

Caribbean Beach Resort

Sebastian’s Bistro

This newly updated restaurant is found at the Caribbean Beach Resort which is on the Skyliner, making it an easy visit from Epcot or Hollywood Studios. Sebastian’s Bistro is only open for dinner. For a great price of $29 per adult and $17 per kid, guests will get to indulge in rolls, a salad, a sampling of chicken, pork, and steak all with rice, beans and broccolini. The meal finishes off with bread pudding.

Riviera Resort

Topolino’s Terrace *Breakfast Only*

Riviera Resort is DVC’s newest resort, and at the very top of the resort is a rooftop restaurant called Topolino’s Terrace. This restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner only. Breakfast is where you’ll find a prix fixe menu, guests will pay a set price and then be able to choose between a variety of breakfast entrees. The breakfast begins with a basket full of delicious freshly baked pastries. This is also a character breakfast featuring Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Daisy Duck.

Wilderness Lodge

Story Book Dining at Artist Point

This restaurant is currently unavailable due to COVID restrictions

Open for dinner only, Story Book Dining at Artist Point is found in one of our favourite resorts: Wilderness Lodge. This dinner meal features characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Snow White, Dopey, Grumpy and the Evil Queen all make an appearance. At this meal, guests will pay a flat rate for a meal that includes an entree of their choosing, a variety of appetizers to be shared among the table and a selection of desserts. For full review of this very popular restaurant click here.

Coronado Springs Resort

Toledo- Tapas, Steak & Seafood

This restaurant is currently unavailable due to COVID restrictions

Coronado Springs is an Animal Kingdom resort, a sprawling resort with a huge main building, and then several smaller buildings making up the property. This resort is home to many a conference. Toledo-Tapas, Steak & Seafood is one of many restaurants found in this resort. There’s a special menu item that places this restaurant on this list, it’s a Chef’s Signature Dinner for two. A couple, or a couple of people, can opt to pay a flat fee and share a four course meal. The meal features an appetizer, a charcuterie board, a 28-oz rib eye, and a selection of desserts.

There you have it. Above are the restaurants that have prix fixe menus, either as a choice or the only option when dining there. It’s always good to know ahead of time what is being offered at the restaurants you’re dining at, so you can have an expectation of how the meal will go, especially if you are visiting with kids.

For more previous posts on dining at Disney World check these out:

How Much We Spent on Dining on our Disney World Vacation

The 5 Best Restaurants for the Disney Dining Plan

The Best Restaurants for Kids at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

My 5 Favourite Meals at Disney World

The 9 Most Popular Restaurants at Disney World