Restaurantosaurus at Walt Disney World

Restaurantosaurus exterior and sign
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For dining that is huge fun for all ages, head to Restaurantosaurus in DinoLand, U.S.A.


Restaurantosaurus interior

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In Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Guests can find Restaurantosaurus in DinoLand U.S.A. The restaurant can be found to the right of the TriceraTop Spin attraction, near the popular attraction DINOSAUR. Guests can also find Dino-Bite Snacks and Trilo-Bites close by.

Quick Service or Table Service?

Restaurantosaurus is a Quick Service dining location. This means that Guests don’t need a dining reservation to grab a meal here. Due to its popularity, this restaurant offers Mobile Ordering. Mobile Order allows you to place an order ahead and pick up your food once it’s ready at a designated counter. We always recommend using Mobile Order to spend less time waiting for food and more time enjoying the Park. 

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Restaurantosaurus dining room

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This restaurant invites Guests into the inner runnings of a Paleontology Student’s dinosaur-themed dorm. The building is full of prehistoric jokes and dino decorations. The restaurant offers ample indoor seating across multiple themed dining rooms and outdoor patio seating.

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Menu Options

chicken nuggets and french fries

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The menu at Restaurantosaurus offers delicious American fare. Entree options include 1/3 lb Angus Bacon Cheeseburger, Cobb Salad with Chicken, Fried Chicken Sandwich, and Chicken Breast Nuggets. The menu also includes the plant-based Impossible Spicy Southwest Burger. All entrees are served with a side of french fries. Signature beverages include Wildberry Lemonade and alcoholic drinks like the Golden Margarita and Safari Amber.

This restaurant also offers allergy-friendly menus for Guests with gluten/wheat, egg, fish/shellfish, milk, peanut/tree nut, sesame, and soy allergies. Guests can find the complete menu on the My Disney Experience app.

Dining Tips

Keep your eyes peeled for subtle paleontologist humor hidden throughout this witty restaurant. For example, we love finding seating on the outdoor “Pterodactyl Pterrace.”

About Megan Losey

As a Disney foodie, I love writing about Disney food and snacks. Some of my favorites are the Carrot Cake Cookie from Trolley Car Cafe, the Mickey Beignets from Port Orleans French Quarter, and the Apple Blossom from Port Orleans Riverside. When I'm visiting the parks, you can find me on Main Street taking in the good vibe of Magic Kingdom or relaxing with a drink at the Polynesian watching the fireworks from the beach. As a previous Cast Member, I will always have a special place in my heart for the Magic Kingdom, especially Main Street U.S.A.