New DFB Video: Best Walt Disney World Restaurants for First Timers

Hello from Walt Disney World!

Today, we’re taking a look at some of our favorite restaurants around the World, as we share with you our suggestions for the Best Walt Disney World Restaurants for First Timers. It’s the latest Disney Food Blog video that you’ll find on our¬†brand new DFB YouTube Video Channel!

Best Disney World Restaurants for First Timers

Are you headed to Walt Disney World for the very first time, or are you a veteran of the Parks and Resorts? Tune in to see if you agree with our picks for First Timers.

We think that you can’t go wrong with classics like Chef Mickey’s. And Be Our Guest is a DFB favorite as well. Of course, if you venture over to 50s Prime Time Cafe, be sure to eat ALL of your veggies, and keep your elbows off the table!

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So what are you waiting for? Head over and check our our latest video, Best Walt Disney World Restaurants for First Timers!

What’s your best restaurant suggestions for first time WDW visitors? Leave a comment and share your thoughts below!

Comments

  1. Megan says

    Apart from naming places for the atmosphere, I’d be more inclined to include places that actually have darn good food. Places like Flame Tree BBQ, Yachtmans’ Steakhouse, Les Halles Boulangerie, Sanaa… there are so many different price points, kinds of cuisine, and restaurant decor that Disney offers. I’d be hesitant to recommend a place simply because it’s a Disney classic. Chef Mickey’s, while admittedly a favorite of families with very young children, which is totally understandable given the child-friendly array of food and access to characters, has mediocre food at best and is so out in the open with amplified noise. I suppose you’d have to take into account the person to whom you’re giving advice.

  2. Mark says

    I agree with Megan. It really depends on if you bring kids and on how much you want characters. For example, we loved Tusker House for the food and found BOMA pretty disappointing between soups and desserts, but the third visit from Mickey at Tusker House was two too many. For foodies, we’d recommend any of the restaurants in Morocco at EPCOT. Sunshine Seasons at the Land is always a good choice for lunch. At Hollywood Studios, we’ve always had good food at Mama Melrose. Lunch at Sanaa with a view of the savannah is also a treat. Best advice if you are a tourist coming for the first time is to read the reviews here on the DFB to see if the place fits your group.

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