Walt Disney World has some great quick service locations in the parks, but some of our favorites are at the resorts! Check our list of top resort quick service locations you should try on your next trip to the World!
Disney’s Polynesian Resort
Capt. Cook’s is by far our favorite Walt Disney World resort quick service location. Our top choices are the Pulled Pork Nachos (house-made chips topped with onions, cheese, spicy mayo, tomatoes, and pineapple salsa) and the Aloha Pork Sandwich. Check out the full lunch and dinner menu!
Word of Mouse Tip: After your meal, take a quick walk to the Pineapple Lanai for a tangy pineapple Dole Whip or Dole Whip Float!
Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
Gasparilla Island Grill
Need a break from the crowds at Magic Kingdom? Hop aboard the monorail and make a stop at The Grand Floridian for a meal at Gasparilla Island Grill. Choices include flatbreads, sandwiches, hamburgers, and more.
Word of Mouse Tip: Visit the beautiful lobby of the Grand Floridian, and you make catch performances by The Grand Floridian Orchestra or a classic pianist.
Art of Animation Resort
Landscape of Flavors
Landscape of Flavors is Disney’s newest resort food court, and they really stepped up their game. Different, distinct stations serve everything from create-your-own pasta, to braised beef tacos, to Mongolian grilled fish. Landscape of Flavors is consistently rated as one of the best food courts on Disney property. Check out the full menu!
Word of Mouse Tip: If you’re staying at Pop Century, Art of Animation is just a walk across the bridge away. Head on over to check out the selections!
Animal Kingdom Lodge
For a different flavor, check out The Mara at Animal Kingdom Lodge. Try the African stew, Mara chicken salad with lentils and chickpeas, or falafel pita.
Word of Mouse Tip: The real treast here are the Zebra Domes! Zebra Domes are a delicious dessert made with a thin cake base, an Amarula Cream Liquor mousse enrobed in white chocolate, and a drizzle of chocolate and chocolate shavings. Pick up a four-pack in the refrigerated case.
Port Orleans Resort French Quarter
Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory
Try some New Orleans inspired dishes such as shrimp and grits, po’ boys, or muffaletta sandwiches at the Mardi Gras themed food court. The real highlight though is the powdered sugar drenched beignets.
If you’re looking for a tasty, affordable meal, venture outside the parks to resort quick service locations. Let us know your favorites in the comments.