Top Table Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World Parks

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 asked you to decide between the past four winners at Walt Disney World. What is the best of the best for table service restaurants at a Walt Disney World park?

All four parks

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 top restaurants that you chose from the four Walt Disney World theme parks.

Yak and Yeti

4. Yak & Yeti

Yak & Yeti offers an assortment of pan-asian cuisine in the Asia section of the park. This restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, with meal options like lo mein, sriracha seafood mac & cheese, Bhaktapur Duck and coconut shrimp. There is also the offer to share larger appetizers like ahi tuna nachos or a dragon roll.

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

See the Top 5 table service options at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, here.

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3. Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant 

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant allows guests to pull up into a car-shaped booth or table and enjoy this indoor drive-in that plays classic sci-fi scenes onscreen. Picnic tables are also located at the back of the theater for guests who arrive last minute or don’t have a reservation, and they can even order from an old-fashioned drive-in concession stand.

Moviegoers ages 21 and older can try alcoholic concoctions like a Long Island Lunar Tea, the Magical Star Cocktail, as well as wines and beers that are out of this world! Desserts include the Out-Of-This-World Turtle Cheesecake, and a House-made Sci-Fi Candy Bar, among others.

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

See the Top 5 table service options at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, here.

Guests Dine in Splendor at Be Our Guest Restaurant

2. Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest opened with New Fantasyland in December 2012. It’s been hard to get a reservation ever since. This fine dining eatery was the first location at the Magic Kingdom to serve adult beverages. This restaurant is based on the interior of Belle and Beast’s castle and features three different room, the Grand Ballroom, the West Wing and the Castle Gallery.

Dinner includes a prix fixe, 3-course menu featuring French-inspired dishes like Poulet Rouge chicken, saffron infused seafood bouillabaisse, and center cut filet mignon.It is also the home of the Grey Stuff, and trust me, it’s delicious.

The prices range from $15 to $35 for breakfast and lunch and $35 to $60 for dinner.

See the Top 5 table service options at The Magic Kingdom, here.

Le Cellier

1. Le Cellier Steakhouse

Le Cellier Steakhouse is in the Canada pavilion and is notorious for being booked up months in advance. This high-end eatery offers signature steaks, poutine and more. It also has the option for meal enhancements like a lobster tail or maple-glazed brussel sprouts. Wine lovers can also pick from an assortment of Canadian and vintage wines displayed around the restaurant. Don’t forget a bowl of their Cheddar Cheese Soup to go with your pretzel bread.

Prices range from $35 to $60 for lunch and dinner.

See the Top 5 table service options at Epcot, here.

Our readers and viewers are some of the most knowledgeable theme park fans and experts out there, and thanks to their votes, we have the top table service restaurants at the Walt Disney World theme parks. 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 5 Table Service Restaurants at Universal Orlando Parks and CityWalkhere.



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