best disney resort restaurants

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  1. luvthemansion

    luvthemansion New Member

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    yes I know another best restaurant question :point: but I see a lot about the parks I'd like to know what the best restaurants in the resorts are? they should be quieter and easier to get into right?
     
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    Slowhand Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    The restaurants at the resorts definately need an ADR. The days of accepting walk ins at many of the WDW restaurants are now in the past thanks to those pesky dining plans!
    Some of them can also be a bit noisy/crowded at times, especially if some parents have no control over their children!

    Our particular favourites in no particular order are:~
    V & A`s, Citrico`s and Narcoossee`s at the GF,
    Artist Point at the WL,
    The Flying Fish at the Boardwalk,
    The Yachtman Steak House at the BC
    Jiko`s at AKL.

    I would recommend giving any of those a try. :thumbsup:
     
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    uscwest Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I'll agree with all of these and add California Grill at the Contemporary to the list.
     
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    Disney Resort restaurants used to be a guarantee of excellence. That is no longer the case. By far the better restaurant is Bistro (in France)!

    However, we enjoy Yachtsman's Steak House in the Yacht Club, Artist Point at Wilderness Lodge, Jiko at Animal Kingdom Lodge, and Cape May (a buffet) at the Beach Club.

    We've had unacceptable food, service and overall experience at Narcoosee's and California Grill and don't intend to return. :shrug:
     
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    Let me offer one that's a little off the beaten path. Still probably need an ADR but it's usually quite easy to get one for it.

    And, of all the times my DW and I have eaten there, we've never had a bad meal.

    Oh, where is it? Why Boatwrights Dining Hall at POR. Glad you asked! :thumbsup:

    It's become almost a standard for us on each trip.

    Tom :)macwave:... easy to please!)
     
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    My new favorite is Sonya's at Disney's Vero Beach! The food was exceptionally good. Priced accordingly, but we found it to be the best meal of our recent visit.
     
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    Catrancher, I agree! We've not dined there in some time, but when we did we had lovely meals. :yes:
     

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