Menu
Credit: Disney

Where to Find the Best Eggs Benedict in Walt Disney World

One of the most popular and indulgent breakfast or brunch items that Guests love are eggs benedict. Traditional eggs benedict feature two toasted English Muffins topped with Canadian bacon, perfectly poached eggs, and creamy hollandaise sauce featuring butter, eggs, lime juice, a dash of heavy cream, and seasonings. The Walt Disney World Resort features several dining locations where Guests can find all sorts of eggs benedict, ranging from classic takes to modern twists with mouthwatering additions. Let’s check out the best places to find eggs benedict throughout the Walt Disney World Resort.

RELATED: The Best Brunch Spots in Walt Disney World

Credit: Disney

Traditional Eggs Benedict – Grand Floridian Café

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa features classic Victorian elegance that reaches every corner of the grounds including dining locations. The Grand Floridian Café is a popular table service restaurant where Guests can dine on American classics in an opulent, yet relaxing dining room with floral wallpaper, intricate molding, and beautiful views of the grounds. The breakfast and lunch menus at the Grand Floridian Café are identical and feature a blending of the two meals that the restaurant refers to as “blunch.” The Traditional Eggs Benedict is served up with two poached eggs, toasted English Muffins, Canadian bacon, and classic hollandaise sauce served with a side of marinated tomato salad to add some acidity and lightness to round out the meal.

RELATED: Dining at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Lobster Benedict – Grand Floridian Café

Guests who are dining at the Grand Floridian Café for breakfast or lunch and are looking to enjoy an updated take on classic eggs benedict can enjoy an indulgent offering that is sure to please. The Lobster Benedict features the classic poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and toasted English Muffins of a classic version, but then elevates them with two additional ingredients. Buttery and perfectly cooked lobster and crunchy, fresh asparagus add a new take to eggs benedict that Guests are sure enjoy to the last bite.

RELATED: Planning A Resort Day at Disney’s Grand Floridian

Eggs Benedict – Steakhouse 71

A new and popular table service restaurant at Disney’s Contemporary Resort pays homage to the history of the Walt Disney World Resort just in time for the 50th anniversary. Steakhouse 71 took over the space currently occupied by The Wave…of American Flavors and welcomes Guests to pay homage to the year that the Walt Disney World Resort and Disney’s Contemporary Resort opened by indulging in meals inspired by some of Walt Disney’s personal favorites. The breakfast menu at Steakhouse 71 features a perfectly done classic Eggs Benedict with two poached eggs, toasted English Muffins, hollandaise sauce, and Canadian bacon.

RELATED: Transformation Complete! Disney’s Contemporary Resort Lobby’s New Look

The Steakhouse 71 Feast – Steakhouse 71

Guests who are dining at Steakhouse 71 for breakfast and looking to enjoy Eggs Benedict while also totally indulging can order up The Steakhouse 71 Feast. This hearty breakfast includes the classic Eggs Benedict as well as scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, Mickey Waffles, bacon-cheddar grits, breakfast potatoes, and fresh fruit for the ultimate sampling of all classic American breakfast foods.

RELATED: Planing A Resort Day at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Floridian Eggs Benedict – Steakhouse 71

Steakhouse 71 offers up yet another take on eggs benedict for breakfast, this time incorporating the local flavors of Florida for an elevated flavor profile. The Floridian Eggs Benedict takes the poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and toasted English Muffins and adds perfectly cooked crab cakes with a side of breakfast potatoes, showcasing the fresh seafood and flavors of Florida for Guests at breakfast each morning.

Credit: Disney

Eggs Benedict – Sanaa

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is a beautiful Deluxe Disney Resort that features the main building and area that overlooks animals grazing across the savannah as well as Kidani Village, home to the Disney Vacation Club accommodations. Kidani Village is also home to Sanaa, a table service restaurant that serves a fusion of African and Indian cuisine in a vibrant setting with windows that look out onto the savannah. Guests who dine at Sanaa for breakfast can enjoy the Eggs Benedict which updates the classic with two poached brown eggs, Canadian bacon, Spice Route Hollandaise, arugula, and fresh berries.

RELATED: Make Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Sanaa Bread Right at Home!

Credit: Disney

Eggs Benedict – Wine Bar George

A very popular spot in Disney Springs is the table service Wine Bar George that offers up a limited menu of small bites and charcuterie that pairs with an extensive list of wine offerings specially curated by Master Sommelier George Miliotes. Guests who visit the industrial-style eatery for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays can order up the Eggs Benedict which take a creative spin on the classic with house-made chicken sausage, house-made biscuits, and a creamy hollandaise sauce.

RELATED: 8 Things You’ll Love About Wine Bar George at Walt Disney World

Credit: Disney

Crab Cake Benedict – Ale & Compass Restaurant

The Ale & Compass Restaurant at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is open daily for breakfast and dinner and welcomes Guests into an elegant dining room that features high vaulted ceilings, dark décor, and high nautical windows to create the feeling of a lighthouse interior. The menu at Ale & Compass Restaurant serves up an array of New England comfort food with plenty of fresh seafood that also provides a unique take on classic eggs benedict. The Crab Cake Benedict features traditional poached eggs but pairs them with jumbo lump crab cakes, arugula, and a lemon-herb hollandaise for an updated and fresh version that Guests are sure to enjoy.

RELATED: 8 Things You’ll Love About Ale & Compass Restaurant at Walt Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort

Lobster & Eggs Benedict – STK Orlando

The classic steakhouse gets a modern update at the popular STK Orlando in The Landing at Disney Springs. The table service restaurant is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner and welcomes Guests into an ultra-modern interior with two floors of dining areas, a DJ playing live music, and an updated menu of modern takes on steakhouse classics. Guests who score a reservation at STK Orlando for brunch on the weekened can enjoy the Lobster & Eggs Benedict which features the classic poached eggs and toasted English Muffins and elevates them with lobster, baby spinach, and a caviar hollandaise sauce for a modern update on a favorite. This delicious dish is worth the trip to STK Orlando alone, and Guests are sure to love the decadent pieces of lobster paired with the indulgent caviar hollandaise sauce.

RELATED: 8 Things You’ll Love About STK Orlando at Walt Disney World

Credit: Disney

Benedict…The Return of the Classic – Garden Grove

The final eggs benedict on the list can be found at a unique table service restaurant located at the Walt Disney World Swan Hotel. Garden Grove is open for breakfast only and welcomes Guests into a large dining room centered around a towering oak tree that helps to emulate the beauty of the gardens of New York City’s Central Park. The menu at Garden Grove features American cuisine and Guests are sure to enjoy ordering the Benedict…The Return of the Classic. This take on eggs benedict is a true classic with toasted English Muffins as the base topped with Canadian bacon, two perfect poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce and is paired with dinner-style potatoes to round out the meal.

RELATED: Top Reasons You’ll Love Your Stay at the Walt Disney World Resort Swan and Dolphin Resort

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.