One of the toughest decisions you’ll make on your Disney World vacation is figuring out where to eat!
Luckily, we’ve done the extremely arduous job of trying every single restaurant in the parks and beyond so you know which ones are worth your time — and your money! Disney Springs is a stellar spot for all kinds of eats, but especially the CHEAP ones. Let’s check out the cheapest places to eat in Disney Springs in 2023!
We could probably end this list right here. Chicken Guy! — headed by Guy Fieri and restauranteur Robert Earl — has its Flagship location in Disney Springs, and is home to some seriously delicious and CHEAP chicken tenders, sandwiches, fries, and more.
In fact, one of the pillars of this restaurant is keeping the items affordable for guests. Not only that, but there are 22 house-made sauces for you to dip your delicious tenders into!
See Our Latest Review of Chicken Guy! Here
Cookes of Dublin
Cookes of Dublin is the quick-service sister restaurant to Raglan Road Irish Pub, so you know you can find delicious food and drinks here. Tradition says the Cooke family of Dublin has been serving hearty fresh fish battered in a secret family recipe for generations.
Traditionalists will be interested in the dish that has well-earned its name: the Famous Fish & Chips. Unique twists on the classic burger and savory pies are also on offer, and you’ll find that not only are these eats quick, but they’re cheap and outstanding too!
See a Review of Cookes of Dublin Here
Earl of Sandwich
Earl of Sandwich in the Disney Springs Marketplace offers a variety of reasonably priced hot and cold sandwiches, smoothies, lemonade, and prepared “Grab & Go” items.
Headliners are delicious sandwiches served on freshly baked artisan bread, filled with meat that’s roasted daily using historic ‘Earl’ family recipes. If you’re looking for something familiar that you might have in your hometown, this is a great (and cheap!) choice.
Read More About Earl of Sandwich and See a Review Here
Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza is a modern-day pizza joint known for its custom-built artisanal pizzas, freshly made salads, blood orange lemonade, and s’mores pies. It’s a chain, so you may have one near you — but that doesn’t mean you can’t still get a delicious pizza pie here!
The restaurant uses an “assembly line” format that allows guests to customize their pizzas, choosing from more than 40 toppings for one low price. What other pizza chain does that? The 11-inch pizzas are fast-fired in an open flame oven and they’re ready in just 180 seconds. Now THAT’S a fast pizza!
Check Out Our Blaze Review Here
Morimoto Asia Street Food
Morimoto Asia Street Food offers guests the chance to try some of Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s Pan-Asian cuisine similar to what is featured at the Morimoto Asia Signature Restaurant in a quick Counter Service setting.
The walk-up window is set on the patio of Morimoto Asia, and features items like sushi, ramen, Morimoto Spare Ribs, and takoyaki (octopus fritters). Not only are these eats affordable, but they’re a little bit of an upgrade from what you think cheap eats in Disney World can be!
Read Our Exclusive Interview with Chef Morimoto Here
The Daily Poutine
If you’re the type of person who likes having snacks as meals, look no further than The Daily Poutine. Here, you’ll find twists on the traditional and beloved Canadian french fry dish, including the Classic version: hot fries topped with beef poutine gravy and cheddar cheese curds.
What could be better than that, right? Seasonal poutines! Depending on when you’re visiting, look for a special dish that you won’t be able to find the next time you’re around. The Daily Poutine is mouth-wateringly good — and cheap.
Read Our Latest Review of The Daily Poutine Here
As the name suggests, you’ll find gourmet hamburgers on the menu at D-Luxe Burger made of signature beef blends on freshly baked buns. All-natural chicken and veggie burgers are also up for grabs. Hand-cut fries and house-made dipping sauces are available to round out your meal no matter what floats your boat.
You can also find artisanal gelato shakes at this spot too. Plus, D-Luxe Burger is available on Mobile Order which can make getting food in Disney Springs a breeze!
Check Out Our Latest Review Here
B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co.
Who’s afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?! Turns out, he knows how to make a pretty mean artisan sausage. B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. serves up artisan sausages and hot dogs at a kiosk in the Disney Springs Marketplace.
Looking for a variety? We recommend The Three Little Pigs Sampler! You won’t find any sort of dedicated seating here, but there are places to grab a seat nearby. You won’t find much variety on this menu other than different types of sausages and dogs (including plant-based ones!) but it’s a cheap spot to grab a tasty snack.
See Our Review of B.B. Wolf’s Here
Pizza Ponte serves Sicilian pizza by the slice — and much more — to guests in Disney Springs! Pizza Ponte offers a fast-casual component, giving visitors a chance to grab a quick slice of Sicilian pizza, as well as fresh and flavorful Italian sandwiches and pastries.
As far as Disney World pizza goes — this isn’t the puffy kind you’ll find in the parks! Plus, it’s a quick place to grab a salad if you’re looking for something a little on the healthier side!
See a Review of Pizza Ponte Right Here
The Polite Pig brings local Florida flavor to Disney Springs guests in a fast, casual setting. The Polite Pig features Modern Barbecue in a variety of wood-fired smoked and grilled items, and all drinks are served on tap.
Delicious barbecue, sides, desserts, and great drinks? Sign us up. Not to mention that in 2022, The Polite Pig was recognized by the Michelin Guide. Fancy cheap eats? Yes, please!
See Our Latest Review of the Polite Pig Here
Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew
If you’re looking for Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew in Disney Springs, it shouldn’t be hard to find the giant blue donut on top! But, it’s more than just donuts and coffee at this quick-service spot.
Guests can also order offerings like sandwiches served on a sweet bun (OR you can upgrade to a griddled glazed donut bun, if preferred) and loaded fries. You can even grab a flavored milk (Fruity Pebbles, anyone?) to go along with your snack — and, yes, THIS is the home of the world famous grilled cheese on a glazed donut!
Read More About Everglazed Here
YeSake is a small kiosk serving a surprisingly large variety of international flavors in Disney Springs!
Globally-inspired street food and build-your-own Poke Bowls provide a bite (or two or three!) to eat. Specialty drinks include unique slushies in both cocktail and mocktail form, as well as seasonal sips that change throughout the year.
See a Review from YeSake Here
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Louise Herrick says
We’re English so consider Cooke’s of Dublin extortionate! The prices are 3-4 times what you’d pay at a chippy over here.