Dining at Disney

The Most Expensive Restaurant at Disney Springs

With the dining plans on pause at Walt Disney World, it’s more important than ever to have a clear idea of how much you can expect to be spending on food during your Disney World vacation. To save you the headaches of going through all the menus of the restaurants found at the parks and Disney Springs, we’ve done the leg work for you and found out which restaurants are the most expensive at Disney World. For the previous posts on the most expensive restaurant at the Magic Kingdom click here, at Hollywood Studios click here, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom click here. Today we’re looking at the most expensive restaurant found at Disney World’s shopping district Disney Springs. Here you’ll find restaurants unique to Disney World and some of the best chains from around the globe. To figure out which restaurant was the most expensive I took a look at each and every menu of the table service restaurants found at Disney Springs. I only looked at the dinner menu, because some of the restaurants are only open for dinner seatings. I looked for the least expensive offering on the menu. An offering that could be deemed as a meal. Not an appetizer or a salad, but a meal. The restaurant whose least expensive item was more expensive than all the other restaurants is the one that is crowned most expensive.

STK Orlando

The most expensive restaurant at Disney Springs is currently STK Orlando. STK is a chain of steakhouses found around the world. Steaks are the main offering, there are no burgers, pizzas or other items that can be less expensive than a full meal entree. The cheapest meal on the menu rings in at $36. There are two meals at this price, the beef short rib and the hibachi chicken. That’s a pretty high ticket price for that kind of meal. If you’re dining as a family of four you’re bill will be well over $100 without even glances at the drink or dessert menu.

STK is located in The Landing area of Disney Springs. You can access this area by one of many bridges from The Marketplace or Town Center. STK is surrounded by other restaurants: Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’, Maria & Enzo’s, Paradiso 37 and Morimoto Asia.

Disney Springs has a multitude of restaurants, giving you plenty of options that will be lighter on your pocket book. Raglan Road is one of our favourites for the festive and entertaining atmosphere. And the southern cooking found at Homecomin’ is like none other.

For tips on dining during a visit to Walt Disney World check out these previous posts:

5 Reasons We Loved Mama Melrose’s at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The Disney Restaurant we’ll never eat at again

Why You Should Plan Your Quick-Service meals ahead of time

A Review of Epcot’s Signature Restaurant Monsieur Paul

What are Disney World Signature Restaurants