Best Restaurants in Disney World Showcase

If you’ve been to Disney World before, then you know that every Disney employee works tirelessly to ensure that you have an incredible experience. Food is no exception to that rule. Disney World Showcase restaurants feature some of the best service and dishes that you’ll find in Orlando.

We’ve looked back through our files to share our favorite Disney World Showcase restaurants. When you buy discount Disney World tickets, you have a few extra dollars to spare for dining out. Why not make the most of your time in the Magic Kingdom, and check out a few of these Disney World Showcase restaurants?

Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Princess Storybook Restaurant: Head over to Epcot’s Norway, and enjoy one of the park’s best-kept secrets. You can find just about every Disney princess at the character meals at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. Parents will especially enjoy the authentic Norwegian dishes that are sprinkled throughout the offerings.

La Hacienda de San Angel: Once you’ve had your fill of burgers, fries, and other “amusement park food,” take a break, and treat yourself to something different. La Hacienda (in the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot) is all about authenticity. Recipes have that market-to-skillet fresh taste – no heavy, Tex-Mex here!

Tangierine Café: Vegetarians and eastern cuisine-lovers will appreciate Tangierine Café. Sit down to a fresh couscous salad, and a big plate of hummus. Or, enjoy a lamb gyro. Children 11 and under get stick to hamburgers and pizza. However, we recommend encouraging them to try some Moroccan food. At the very least, you should be able to push Baklava!

Tutto Gusto: In the mood for some real Italian dishes? Asiago cheese, cavatappi pasta, and searing hot paninis abound in Tutto Gusto. Enjoy relaxing in this restaurant, themed like an Italian wine cellar.

Nine Dragons: Who doesn’t love Chinese food? At least, it seems that everyone in Disney World loves Chinese food. This restaurant is always bustling with traffic. However, it’s quite large, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding a seat – even during peak dining hours. The food is authentic and good, but nothing exceptional.

Lotus Blossom Café: In the mood for Chinese, but not in the mood to sit and be waited on? If you’re in a hurry to eat and get back out, head over to the Lotus Blossom Café for pot stickers, stir fries, egg rolls, and more.        Be sure to try their famous oolong tea.

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