Top 5 Full-Service at Magic Kingdom

Here are my top five picks for full-service (sit-down) restaurants at Magic Kingdom.

5. Cinderella’s Royal Table  (Cinderella Castle)

It is hard for me to even put this on the list since I still  have not been here.  Although it should be listed at number 1, it is so expensive and difficult to find a reservation.  I’m sure once I eat here and get the full experience it will move up on my charts, but until I do my only advice is that if  you have the opportunity to go, do it!

4. Be Our Guest  (Fantasyland)

Be Our Guest’s food to me is overpriced for what you get which is why it drops down in the list for me.  However, I also think it is worth paying more for it because the inside of Beauty & the Beast castle is gorgeous.  If you want something cheaper and quick, eat breakfast or lunch here.  If you want the full Beauty & the Beast experience and want to be waited on, dinner is the way to go.  Overall, just make sure you see the beautifully-designed inside of this castle at some point!

3. The Diamond Horseshoe  (Liberty Square)

I never knew The Diamond Horseshoe existed until my college program.  I’ve walked past it probably a hundred times and I didn’t know it was a restaurant.  I am glad we gave it a try because the food was delicious.  If you like family-style BBQ this is your place.  Just make sure you bring your stretchy pants because it is all-you-can-eat and you will want to try everything.

2. Tony’s Town Square  (Main Street USA)

Tony’s is a new found love.  I was so impressed when I ate there. Italian food is one of my favorites, and they knocked it out of the park.  The rigatoni was fantastic! If you love Italian food, you won’t be disappointed by this place.  It is also the perfect stop for a quick lunch.

1. Crystal Palace  (Main Street USA)

This is my favorite place to go for breakfast!  Not only do you have so many delicious foods to choose from, you also get to hang out with Winnie the Pooh & friends. I have been coming here since I was a little girl, and it is still one of my favorite places to eat.  I recommend going for breakfast when it is less expensive and the food is tastier.  Also if you can make a reservation before Magic Kingdom opens you can see the park before opening.