While I am not a big eater by any means, I enjoy a good “All You Can Eat” / “Buffet” from time to time when I go away. I have had the chance to visit quite a few locations in Disney World, and now I will put them in writing to help you plan your trip when you go.
Keep in mind that this list was compiled based on my last visit, so with the way Disney changes packages, some of these may have changed.
The location is first, followed by the name.
A * noted before the location denotes no characters.Norway – Akershus House Contemporary – Chef Mickeys *Fort Wilderness – Trails End Grand Floridian – 1900 Park Ave. Magic Kingdom – Liberty Tree Tavern Polynesian – O’Hana Magic Kingdom – Crustal Palace *Disney MGM – Hollywood & Vine *Fort Wilderness – Hoop Dee Doo Beach Club – Cape May Cafe Epcot – Garden Grill Animal Kingdom – Restaurantosaurus
The food at each of these locations was excellent. Service was always good. Value for the price was always just about right. If you are on vacation, and operating casual, then eat your first meal a little later in the morning. This can actually help you save money by not needing a full lunch.
When we go away we will snack in the morning, or eat a “All You Can Eat” / “Buffet” a little later than immediatelly upon waking up. We take our time, and enjoy ourselves. Latelly we have been using our DVC perks to their fullest. We will shop at Super Wal-Mart when we get to Disney. Then we will cook a meal in the room for breakfast. We don’t really do lunch, or we will pack whatever each of us wants. We almost always eat dinner in our DVC villa. By staying on grounds in a DVC location we can hop back and forth from our accomodations to the park, or even shopping.