Deciding where to eat at Disney World can be a difficult task. There are so many options at the resorts and the parks, but what makes it an even more difficult task is deciding which meals to eat at each restaurant. Some restaurants only have a dinner service, some only brunch and dinner. But there are a number of restaurants that are open from morning until night serving up delicious meals. Here are 8 restaurants that are great choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
8. Kona Café
Kona Café is a restaurant at the Polynesian that serves American food with an Asian twist. The popular Tonga Toast is a must have for breakfast. It is banana stuffed French toast drizzled with a strawberry compote. You’ll find sushi on the lunch and dinner menu, but a few items differ between those two meals, so you really need to visit here for each meal. Lunch has a Turkey Banh Mi sandwich, and at dinner you’ll find the Kona Coffee Rubbed Fillet. This restaurant has a laid back, comfortable atmosphere with amazing food at all three meal times. Whether you’re a guest at the Polynesian or not, make an effort to visit here for food.
7. Olivia’s Café
Olivia’s might seem a little out of the way being located at Old Key West, but it’s worth the trek. Or it might just be the reason you book your next stay at Old Key West. Olivia’s serves comfort food with a Florida Keys flair. Start your day off with their Eggs Benedict with crab cakes and key lime hollandaise sauce and then stay for lunch and dinner. They have amazing appetizers, including the Conch Chowder, fresh salads, and you’ll want to finish it all off with the Key Lime Tart. This restaurant is laid-back, they have friendly service, and outdoor seating as well.
6. Be Our Guest
Be Our Guest continues to be one of the most popular restaurants at Walt Disney World, and it can be difficult to get reservations for any meal time, but it’s not difficult to understand why. The theming is simply spectacular. The bonus of having a quick service meal here at breakfast or lunch is that you get to choose your seat, increasing your chances of sitting in your preferred room. Breakfast has a good selection of entrees, including open-faced breakfast sandwiches, a meat and cheese platter and the Croissant Doughnut. The lunch menu has French Onion and Potato Leek soup, and some better options than the regular deep fried quick service items often found at Magic Kingdom. Dinner is the only table service meal here, and the only time you can meet the host with the most, the Beast himself.
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5. 1900 Park Fare
1900 Park Fare technically does breakfast, brunch and dinner, not lunch, but brunch is close enough to lunch to make the list. They also do an afternoon tea party in addition to regular meals. The Supercalifragilistic Breakfast is a buffet with an omelet station, mini pancakes and characters are there as well, which may include Mary Poppins, Alice and the Mad Hatter, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger too. The tea party is for kids 4-12 and includes activities like cupcake decorating and crafts. Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner is a delicious buffet and an amazing character experience. Often the step-sisters will make an appearance and provide a great deal of entertainment that is quite unique to character experiences. Plus, there’s Strawberry Soup at this buffet!
Sanaa is located at Animal Kingdom Lodge in the Kidani Village section of the resort. For breakfast they have grab and go options, as well as sit down items, which include a waffle with Chai whipped cream, and many of their breakfast platters have an African twist and come with a Corn Johnny Cake. The Bread Service is so good at Sanaa, you’ll want it for both lunch and dinner. The lunch menu is a little lighter than dinner and has sandwiches and a burger. For dinner the menu includes lamb, steak and duck, all with African and Indian influences. This is the perfect spot for those who want to experience meals full of flavor and are a little more adventurous.
In the Norway pavilion in Epcot is Akershus, where you can dine with princesses at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Some of the princesses may include Aurora, Belle, Ariel, Snow White and Cinderella. Akershus has a good mixture of Norway inspired dishes and accessible American fare. Breakfast is all you care to enjoy, while lunch and dinner start with the Taste of Norway appetizer, which is followed by your choice of entrée. This is a truly wonderful dining experience if princesses are on your list of characters to meet.
This quick-service dining location in the France pavilion at Epcot is open all day long serving delicious food and at great value. This is the place to go for sweet treats and if you like pastries for breakfast. Les Halles has amazing French menu items like quiche, croissant sandwiches, and salads. Their side dishes include cheese platters, a fresh baguette, and they have an extensive drink menu with coffee based drinks, smoothies and alcoholic beverages. This quick service spots is one you’ll want to return to again and again, and you’ll find something amazing to try at each meal.
1. Tusker House
Tusker House is a buffet and character dining experience in Animal Kingdom. You get to meet Donald and his friends in their safari costumes, and you get one of the best buffets at Disney. Breakfast includes classics like Mickey waffles, but also some special pastries and savory dishes too. Lunch and dinner also feature African inspired dishes like Beef Bobotie. The buffet at each meal also features Banana Bread Pudding and Jungle Juice!
These are just some of the amazing restaurants at Disney World that offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, there are plenty more to choose from when making your dining reservations. Tell us where you enjoy eating all three meals when at Disney!