Walt Disney World can be overwhelming, especially if this is your first time. There are a lot of choices to be made, from where to stay, to what rides you will want to ride and what you will eat. This can cause frustration but fear not. I am here to help and have my top three favorite restaurants for first-time visitors to try.
One thing to keep in mind when planning is that everyone is different. For example, my wife dislikes buffest because she feels she does not get her money's worth. I, however, love them. Despite these recommendations, I suggest you look over each restaurant's menu online to make sure there's something for every member of your traveling party to enjoy. And remember, Disney restaurants tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to make a reservation as soon as possible.
If this is your first time visiting Walt Disney World, the number of table service restaurants within the parks can be a bit overwhelming. Here are three of my favorites to try if you just can't make a decision.
The Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom)
Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. When my family and I go to Walt Disney World, we start the day by eating breakfast at The Crystal Palace in Magic Kingdom.
What makes this place unique for me is the ambiance. The early morning sun shining through the stunning big windows that overlook the castle is something you genuinely have to see firsthand. While you eat, Winnie the Pooh characters will stop by your table for pictures and autograph signings.
One of the must-try dishes here is Pooh's Breakfast Lasagna. It combines waffles, pancakes, and custard and is as magical as Magic Kingdom. If you plan on eating breakfast, please you must book this for breakfast the day you go to Magic Kingdom.
The Crystal Palace serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, but I definitely recommend a morning meal here. Prices range from $35 to $60 per adult and $29 to $38 per child.