Welcome to foodie paradise. The attractions at Walt Disney World® Resort might draw travelers from all over the globe, but it’s also The Most Magical Place on Earth… for your tastebuds! From fine dining to casual spots to favorite stops for a Mickey-shaped snack, here’s our list of mouthwatering must-tries across all four Theme Parks. The best part? Disney® Visa® Cardmembers can treat themselves at any of these locations using their Disney Rewards Dollars.1

Magic Kingdom® Park

Be Our Guest
When you want to feel like the Belle of the ball, Be Our Guest delights with elegant fare served in a castle setting. Foodies will love the prix fixe menu, with delectable dessert choices that include the film-famous Grey Stuff.
Be our Guest The Grey Stuff

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café
Where else can you step into the world of sci-fi to feast on American classics? For lunch, try the plant-based Sloppy Joe, and for dinner, the out-of-this-world bacon cheeseburger.
Cosmic Ray's Double Cheeseburger

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
Take your tastebuds back in time with sweet, nostalgic treats! For the ultimate picture-worthy scoop, order Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae—and bring a friend (or three) to share.
Plaza Ice Cream Parlor Kitchen Sink


Monsieur Paul
Head to Monsieur Paul’s to indulge your senses in gourmet French cuisine. For a memorable hors d’oeuvre, begin with the Oxtail Broth, served with braised beef, vegetables and black winter truffles covered in puff pastry.

La Cantina de San Angel
While you can opt for nachos, guacamole or other classics, a go-to favorite is the Tacos de Barbacoa: tender, seasoned beef served on homemade corn tortillas. Enjoy them while you catch the IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth fireworks show before it ends September 30, 2019.
La Cantina de San Angel Epcot

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe
Savor traditional Norwegian specialties, like the simple but oh-so delicious School Bread: a finger-licking-worthy sweet roll filled with custard and dipped in coconut.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios®

Hollywood Brown Derby
With options like lobster cioppino, filet of beef, and charred pork chops, it’s hard to believe the famous meal here is a chopped salad. That’s right—it follows the recipe created by Bob Cobb, owner of the historic California Brown Derby!
Hollywood Brown Derby Cob Salad and Filet

Dockside Diner
Dock and dine at this open-air “tramp steamer” eatery. Enjoy views of Echo Lake while you venture into the world of specialty foot-long hot dogs, like those topped with pulled pork and coleslaw or chili-cheese.

Anaheim Produce
No Disney trip is complete without a churro. Grab one here while you’re on the go—you’ll be licking the cinnamon sugar remnants and chocolate dipping sauce off your fingers long after it’s gone!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park

Tiffins Restaurant
Go off the beaten path with Tiffins’ travel-inspired menu, and try the Crispy Sadza—a perfectly crisp corn cake paired with seasonal vegetables and South African relish.
Tiffins Sadza Walt Disney World

Flame Tree Barbecue
Want the best in barbecue, but can’t decide between ribs, chicken or pulled pork? Try each of these smokehouse meats in a sampler entrée, served alongside signature baked beans and coleslaw.

Pongu Pongu
Enjoy beverages from beyond our world at this Pandora-inspired drink stand. Sip on the Night Blossum, a “bioluminescent” apple and limeade beverage topped with Passion Fruit Boba Balls and glowing unadelta seed. Then, leave with a souvenir mug.
Disney's Pandora the world of avatar Pongu


Is your mouth watering yet? This guide is just the beginning! Get your stomach ready for your dream vacation by checking out other dining options inside the Parks with our Disney Rewards Dining Guide, or outside the Parks with Part 1 and Part 2 of our Disney Springs® Restaurant Guide.