Top 5 Table Service Restaurants at Disney Springs – Theme Park Best

Each week, we ask you, our readers, to vote for your favorite food, ride, land, or activities at theme parks around the world. This week, we’re at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World, to find out your Top 5 table service (sit down) restaurants.

Disney Springs overlook

For the purpose of this poll, a restaurant that is considered ‘table service’ utilizes a server to bring out your meal and drinks to your table, as well as buffet-style sit-down dining. These are the official winners at Disney Springs:

T-REX at Disney Springs

5. T-REX 

T-REX is a highly-themed restaurant located in the Marketplace area of Disney Springs. This restaurant offers different themed sections for guests to dine in, like at an undersea bar or next to a wooly mammoth. Plus, every twenty minutes, a meteor show will reign down, causing the entire restaurant to change, with drastic lighting and sound effects. The dinosaurs in the restaurant will be affected as well, letting out calls and roars during the meteor shower, as well as periodically during the meal.

Prices range from $15 to $35 for lunch and dinner.

Writer’s Review: “T-Rex is extremely unique. The themed areas all have their own specific dinosaurs and architecture. I personally love the Ice Age section. When the meteor shower occurs the entire room changes color and reacts, super cool!”

Isaac Quigley (@theflashhulk02 on Instagram): “T rex. The atmosphere is awesome. Super friendly there. Awesome for kids who like dinosaurs”

Morimoto at Disney Springs

4. Morimoto Asia

Morimoto Asia is located in The Landing section of Disney Springs. It was one of the first large table service restaurants to be added to Disney Springs during the the transition from Downtown Disney. Morimoto Asia offers pan-asian cuisine, hand-crafted by Japanese master chef Masaharu Morimoto. Along with a sit down offering, Morimoto Asia also offers an upstairs sushi bar and lounge area.

Prices range from $15 to $35 for lunch and dinner.

Writer’s Review: “Morimoto Asia offers high-end pan-asian cuisine for a very reasonable price. While it does offer plenty of asian inspired cuisine, there are also options for the picky eater. Even though it was one of the first Disney Springs additions, Morimoto Asia still holds up as one of the best options for a table service meal.”

Jason (@Canes18988 on Instagram): “Morimoto Asia. The interior design is incredible! Plus the food is top notch of course… iron chef approved”

Raglan Road at Disney Springs

3. Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant

Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant is located in The Landing section of Disney Springs. This eatery has stood the test-of-time at Disney Springs, being the oldest restaurant on our list. Raglan Road offers Irish, European and American beers, including local and craft varieties, at each of its four imported bars. The free live entertainment is also a plus, with numerous stages inside and out. The Rhythms of Raglan is a 90 minute performance featuring eclectic house bands accompanied by a cast of dancers hailing from Riverdance.

Prices range from $15 to $35 for lunch and dinner.

Writer’s Review: “Raglan Road is simply fun! The entertainment cast, along with the wait staff, all just want to have a good time. The food is hearty and the drinks are good. Raglan brings you exactly what you would expect from an Irish Pub.”

Adam Roth (@arothwdwc on Twitter): “Raglan Road Pub continues to be my candidate for best restaurant at Disney Springs! Excellent food, fantastic drinks and some of the best evening entertainment in Central Florida!”

The Boathouse at Disney Springs

2. The Boathouse

The Boathouse is located in The Landing Section of Disney Springs. The Boathouse is famous for their extensive theming that outstretches over the waterways of Disney Springs. The restaurant serves day-boat, line-caught seafood and USDA-Certified Gibsons Blue Star Heritage Angus Beef, as well as a more casual outdoor menu with an emphasis on sandwiches, burgers and lobster rolls. Along with an outdoor bar, which overlooks the numerous antique dream boats, guests can also board an antique Amphicar for a 20 minute water-based tour of Disney Springs.

Prices range from $15 to $60 for lunch and dinner

Writer’s Review: “The Boathouse has, by far, the best outdoor dining in all of Disney Springs. Picturesque views of the waterfront of Disney Springs makes for incredible sunset viewings. The food is also top-notch, with fresh seafood and steak options.”

Chris Viola (@cviola21 on Instagram): “The Boathouse! Serving up savory steaks and fresh seafood with picturesque waterfront views, this is the quintessential Disney Springs must do. When it comes to price, it also doesn’t break the bank. Whether you’re here for dinner, or for a couple drinks with friends, this place has it all, and I’d strongly recommend giving it a shot!”

Homecomin' at Disney Springs

1. Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ is located in the The Landing section of Disney Springs. Homecomin’ is a fairly new addition to the Disney Springs lineup. It offers authentic southern comfort food with farm-to-fork meals from local Florida farms. Homecomin’ offers indoor and outdoor dining, as well as a screened-in porch and a moonshine bar. Homecomin’ is well known for its Church Lady deviled eggs, Art’s famous fried chicken and the refillable 22-ounce moonshine bottles.

Prices range from $15 to $35 for brunch, lunch and dinner.

Writer’s Review: “Homecomin’ serves up southern food at its finest. My personal favorites are the Church Lady deviled eggs, the mashed potatoes and the hummingbird cake. The friendly staff, combined with the quick service and delicious food, makes for an excellent meal location for the whole family.”

Meg (@MegaDis13 on Twitter): “Homecoming by FAR!!! Chef Art Smith wins with every dish I’ve had and I would do just about anything for that Mac and cheese. Holy crow. And the biscuits? And brunch? Yes. All the yess.”

Our readers and viewers are some of the most knowledgeable theme park fans and experts out there, and thanks to their votes, we have our top five table service meals at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World. Be sure to follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram to share your voice in our next poll.

Check out our previous Theme Park Poll, Top Table Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World Parks, here.


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