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Get Ready to Splurge! The Most Expensive Meals in Walt Disney World

The Walt Disney World Resort is home to some of the most diverse and delicious dining options that offer Guests the opportunity to enjoy everything from on the go snacks and food to signature dining experiences. Some of the most indulgent meals that Guests can enjoy feature decadent cuts of steak, fresh seafood, and other worldly ingredients that result in very high costs.

While these meals are absolutely expensive, they are also incredibly packed with flavor and considered to be the ultimate indulgences. Let’s check out some of the most expensive meals at the Walt Disney World Resort to splurge on!

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Surf and Turf

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Tiffins Restaurant – Surf and Turf – $65.00

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is home to several table service restaurants including the popular Tiffins Restaurant which is located on the bridge that connects Discovery Island and Pandora – The World of Avatar. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Tiffins Restaurant serves up international cuisine with a theme that is inspired by the adventure of travel. The most expensive entrée option available at the restaurant is the Surf and Turf which features South African Braai spiced beef tenderloin, seared scallops, potato pave, grilled vegetables, dhania butter, and a cola demi-glace for a unique and flavorful option.

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Whole Maine Lobster

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Paddlefish – Whole Maine Lobster – $65.00

Paddlefish in The Landing area of Disney Springs is one of the best restaurants for seafood lovers at the Walt Disney World Resort as it serves up indulgent and classic options that Guests can enjoy each day for lunch and dinner. The dinner menu in particular features a selection from the steamer that pairs perfectly with the panoramic views of Lake Buena Vista. The Whole Maine Lobster is the perfect taste of New England with a perfectly prepared lobster accompanied by corn on the cob and potatoes.

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Crab

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Paddlefish – Crab – $75.00

Paddlefish also features a second, even more expensive option from the steamer that is available for dinner each evening. While sitting inside the steamer ship or on an outdoor patio, Guests can truly indulge in the Crab which features the succulent body and legs of a crab served with classic corn on the cob and potatoes to round out the hearty meal.

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Grilled Whole Greek Sea Bass

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Wine Bar George – Grilled Whole Greek Sea Bass – $75.00

Also found in The Landing at Disney Springs is Wine Bar George, a table service restaurant that combines an industrial, modern décor with fantastic wines from around the world selected by Master Sommelier George Miliotes. Wine Bar George is open daily for lunch and dinner as well as brunch on the weekends and predominantly focuses on a menu of shareable items in addition to two over the top options. The Grilled Whole Greek Sea Bass is designed to feed two to four Guests and is served with a cannellini bean ragout and seasonal vegetables.

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Skirt Steak

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Wine Bar George – Skirt Steak – $76.00

A second decadent option is available at Wine Bar George that is also crafted to serve two to four Guests depending on how hungry everyone is and who wants to share! The Skirt Steak is beautiful prepared and presented and is served with a medley of roasted potatoes, chimichurri, and seasonal vegetables making it one of the most memorable Disney dining meals that Guests can enjoy.

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Dry-Aged Delmonico 14 oz.

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STK Orlando – Dry-Aged Delmonico 14 oz. – $104.00

Since Disney Springs is home to so many incredible dining locations, it is no surprise that another table service restaurant in The Landing area made this list with a totally indulgent and expensive menu option. STK Orlando is a modern, two floor steakhouse that updates classic flavors and cuts with perfect preparation and decadent ingredients. Guests looking for the ultimate splurge for brunch, lunch, or dinner can try the Dry-Aged Delmonico 14 oz. which is prepared to each Guest’s liking and absolutely an indulgence that is good to the last bite.

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Sushi and Sashimi Pagoda

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Morimoto Asia – Sushi and Sashimi Pagoda – $110.00

The final delicious and expensive menu option in The Landing at Disney Springs can be found at Morimoto Asia, a table service restaurant that features a menu crafted by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto that brings Guests on a culinary tour of Asia. Morimoto Asia is well known for its amazing sushi and sashimi selections, and the dinner menu in particular features one option that is absolutely an expensive splurge, but worth every bite. The Sushi and Sashimi Pagoda is designed to serve two Guests and features five pieces of nigiri, one maki, four types of sashimi, a whole lobster weighing in at over a pound, six oysters, and two shrimp cocktail.

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Porterhouse for Two

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Yachtsman Steakhouse – 28-oz Porterhouse for Two – $139.00

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort whisks Guests away to the elegant shore resorts found in New England with an upscale nautical décor and wonderful Disney dining options including Yachtsman Steakhouse. Open nightly for dinner, Yachtsman Steakhouse serves up classic steak and seafood options in a calming and nautical setting looking out at Crescent Lake and Stormalong Bay. The most expensive steak option on the menu is the most indulgent choice that is designed to be shared, and Guests are sure to love every single bite of the 28-oz Porterhouse for Two which is topped with a cognac-truffle butter and served with a choice of two steakhouse sides.

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Chilled Admiral's Tower for Two

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Yachtsman Steakhouse – Chilled Admiral’s Tower for Two – $140.00

The menu at Yachtsman Steakhouse also features one of the most indulgent and costly seafood feasts at the Walt Disney World Resort which is also designed to be shared between Guests. The Chilled Admiral’s Tower for Two is a seafood lover’s dream with a Maine lobster, snow crab, tuna tartare, jumbo shrimp, mussels, scallop ceviche, and charred octopus salad.

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42-oz Prime Tomahawk

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Shula’s Steak House – 42-oz Prime Tomahawk – $155.00

The most expensive and delicious meal that Guests can enjoy at the Walt Disney World Resort can be found at Shula’s Steak House at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel. The table service restaurant is open for dinner each night and serves up elevated steakhouse classics in a setting that celebrates the Miami Dolphin’s 1972 perfect season under head coach Don Shula. The 42-oz Prime Tomahawk is an absolutely massive serving of perfectly cooked steak with a wonderful presentation complete with the bone sticking out. Guests can even opt to have their 42-oz Prime Tomahawk served Oscar-style for an addition fee, making this meal the absolute biggest dining splurge at the Walt Disney World Resort!

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.