My favorite theme park at Walt Disney World is the Magic Kingdom. We spend at least half of our entire vacation inside that one park and I always leave wanting more! Over the years, dining options inside Magic Kingdom have changed and evolved and my family and I have tried every single restaurant.
As I am working on writing full reviews for every table service restaurant (and some quick service ones, too!), I thought it might be helpful to create a quick list of the best meals we regularly enjoy inside the fabulous Magic Kingdom theme park.
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Be Our Guest: Quick service, requires advanced dining reservations (ADR), order the Croque Madame, which is an open-faced ham sandwich topped with a fried egg, gruyere, and Béchamel or try the croissant doughnut.
Be Our Guest: Quick service, requires advanced dining reservations, order the French onion soup, braised pork Coq Au Vin Style and the Master’s cupcake.
Columbia Harbour House: Quick service, try the lobster roll, vegetarian lighthouse sandwich or the fried fish plate.
The Friar’s Nook: Quick service, order the pot roast mac-n-cheese
Aloha Isle: Pineapple Dole Whip cup (DUH)
Food Kiosk Carts (Frozen Treats): Mickey Ice Cream Bars
Sleepy Hollow: fresh fruit waffle sandwich with chocolate hazelnut spread and funnel cake
Be Our Guest: Table service/character meal, requires ADR, order the roasted lamb chop, sautéed shrimp and scallops and The Grey Stuff
Cinderella’s Royal Table: Table service (2 credits for dining plan), requires ADR, The menu changes, but this is one of our favorite dinners because of the experience.
Crystal Palace: Table service/character meal, requires ADR, large buffet, lots of options
Favorite Character Meal:
Cinderella’s Royal Table: Princess character meal and it’s located inside Cinderella’s castle