One of my favourite things to do at Walt Disney World is eat. Eating the delicious snacks, dining out at the incredible restaurants and exploring the many dining spots found on the Walt Disney World property. There are so many restaurants to be found at Walt Disney World outside of the four theme parks and Disney Springs. Some of the best Disney World restaurants are actually found at the Disney World resorts. We love to eat at Disney World resort restaurants, it allows us to head into the resorts that are found at Walt Disney World. Enjoying the beautiful design, sometimes we even stick around after our meals to enjoy the resort’s pool, for more on that click here.
Now these restaurants can range from very expensive to cheap. The 5 most expensive Disney World resort restaurants are listed here.
In this post, we’ve put together a list of the 5 cheapest restaurant found at Disney World resorts. These are restaurants that are sit down meals found on a Disney World resort property. They will typically require a reservation ahead of time. How we come up with list is by looking at each of the restaurant’s menus. We take the most expensive entree, the most expensive dessert and the most expensive alcoholic beverage. The 5 restaurants with the cheapest bill when all of this is tallied made the list.
5. Three Bridges Bar & Grill. Coronado Springs. $50.
Three Bridges Bar & Grill is found at Disney’s Coronado Springs. Coronado Springs is a moderate resort found in the Animal Kingdom Resort area and is easily accessible by bus transportation from any theme park. The total for a meal at Three Bridges with their most expensive entree, dessert and alcoholic beverage is: $50. The most expensive entree on the menu is the lamb chops for $25. All the desserts ring in at $9. The most expensive alcoholic beverage is a cocktail: the Bourbon Breeze for $16. This restaurant sits on the water with stunning views of the resort. This resort also hosts a fantastic pool, with a fun water slide and water play area for kids. So take an afternoon on your vacation and grab an inexpensive meal after enjoying some amazing pool time.
4. Trail’s End Restaurant. Fort Wilderness. $47.
Trail’s End Restaurant is a buffet-style restaurant at Disney’s Fort Wilderness. Fort Wilderness is a campground as well as a resort hosting cabins. It’s a sprawling resort that is very woodsy. To match this theme is the Trail’s End restaurant. This inexpensive meal is only $29.99 per adult and it’s all you care to enjoy. We’ve dined here before, it wasn’t the most impressive buffet we’ve ever been to but it was a fantastic excuse to head over to this Magic Kingdom resort. While at Fort Wilderness we chose to explore their Tri-Circle-D Ranch, one of their amazing playgrounds and the Chip n Dale Sing-A-Long. The cocktails on the menu are what increase the meal to $47. And the cocktails are a must. They come in mason jars and are bursting with flavour and alcohol content. For a full review click here.
3. Sebastian’s Bistro. Caribbean Beach Resort. $46.
I wish I had researched this piece before making our latest dining reservations. This spot is a fantastic deal and an easily accessible location. Sebastian’s Bistro is located at the Caribbean Beach Resort which is found in the Epcot Resort Area and on the Skyliner. This means you can grab bus transportation to the Caribbean Beach Resort from the theme parks or the Skyliner from the theme parks or from your Skyliner resort! Sebastian’s Bistro is a prix fixed menu. It’s a 4 course meal for the price of $29 per adult. The extra cost is the alcoholic beverages. This has got to be the best deal going because it’s four courses: bread, salad, a selection of chicken, pork, steak, rice, beans, veggies, and dessert. It sounds similar to ‘Ohana without all the popularity and activities. This will be on our list for our next vacation.
2. Beaches and Cream Soda Shop. Beach Club Resort. $45
This restaurant located at the Beach Club is a well sought after reservation. What peaks its popularity is the limited seating and fun atmosphere. Set up as a 50’s Soda Shop, guests enjoy delicious sundaes while listening to some classic tunes on the jukebox. Plus it places you in the stunning beach club resort property. Beaches and Cream is a glorified quick-service restaurant but most seats have a proper server who will take your order. The most expensive entrees on the menu are the burger and the french dip sandwich for $19. The most expensive cocktail is $17 and the most expensive dessert is $9 for the Brownie a la mode. I feel like this is cheating a bit because there is a whole separate menu for sundaes and ice cream creations but they are not under the proper dessert heading which is what makes this total bill $45. For a full review of the restaurant click here.
1. Geyser Point. Wilderness Lodge. $44.
The cheapest restaurant found at the Disney World resorts is the Geyser Point Bar & Grill. This is a unique dining experience because it’s not truly table service. It’s a lounge style dining experience, where you grab your food and eat it in a lounging restaurant. You have a scenic view of the lake and the rustic ambience of the restaurant. The total for the most expensive meal here is $44. The Bison Cheeseburger is $20, combined with the campfire mousse for $7 and the magical beacon cocktail for $17. You can find Wilderness Lodge by taking a bus from any theme park or Disney Springs. You can also take the Wilderness Lodge boat from the Magic Kingdom, Contemporary Resort or Fort Wilderness.
That my friends is the list. I hope this helps you explore beyond the four theme parks and Disney Springs when considering your dining reservations. For more tips on making delicious dining choices for your Disney World vacation, check out these previous posts: