Magic Kingdom is a beloved theme park located at Walt Disney World in Florida, and it’s no secret that the food options are just as magical as the rides and attractions. From classic theme park treats like churros and Mickey Mouse-shaped ice cream bars to sit-down restaurants serving up delicious meals, there’s something for every taste and budget at Magic Kingdom. Here are some of the best Magic Kingdom eats that offer a little something for everyone.
Be Our Guest Restaurant
Located in the Beast’s Castle in the New Fantasyland area, Be Our Guest Restaurant is a must-try for any Disney fan. This popular spot serves up delicious French-inspired cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the atmosphere is truly magical. Guests can dine in one of three beautifully decorated dining rooms – the Grand Ballroom, the West Wing, or the Castle Gallery – each with its own unique charm. Be sure to try the croque monsieur or the braised pork for lunch, or the delicious omelette for breakfast.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Located inside Cinderella Castle, this restaurant is the ultimate dining experience for any Disney princess fan. The atmosphere is regal and elegant, and the food is just as impressive. The restaurant serves up a fixed-price, prix-fixe menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, featuring dishes like seared salmon and slow-braised short ribs. Be sure to make a reservation well in advance, as this popular spot tends to fill up quickly. Although a higher-end stop, this is a great spot for Magic Kingdom eats.
The Plaza Restaurant
Located on Main Street U.S.A., The Plaza Restaurant is a classic spot for a quick bite to eat. The menu features classic American fare like burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and the outdoor seating area is perfect for people-watching. Be sure to try the Plaza Burger, a fan favorite topped with bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and special sauce.
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café
Located in Tomorrowland, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café is a great spot for a quick bite to eat. The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating and serves up classic theme park fare like burgers, chicken nuggets, and fries. The standout dish here is the “Sonny Eclipse’s All-Natural Burger,” made with a plant-based patty and topped with all the fixings.
Located in Liberty Square, Sleepy Hollow is a great spot for a quick snack. The menu features waffle sandwiches filled with sweet and savory options like Nutella and fruit, or chicken and cheese. The standout dish here is the “Funnel Cake Fries,” a twist on the classic theme park treat.
No matter what you’re in the mood for, Magic Kingdom has plenty of delicious dining options to choose from. Be sure to make a reservation at the sit-down restaurants in advance to secure your spot, and don’t forget to try some classic theme park treats while you’re there.
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