The Best (and Worst) Places to Get a Steak at Walt Disney World According to YOU!

One food often is just a cut above the rest when it comes to satisfying our flavor sensors: steak. For a lot of hungry diners, nothing says vacation quite like slicing into a nice ounce of red meat.

Steak at Be Our Guest

Well, meat’s back on the menu today as we’re going to be going through the considerable number of locations at Disney World that offer some variation of steak to find the best and worst cuts on the spectrum.

AllEars Readers, these are your favorite (and not-so-favorite) places to get a steak at Walt Disney World!

The Best

Toledo – Tapas, Steak, and Seafood

It’s expected that a place that includes the word “steak” in the name of the restaurant would not disappoint in this category, although sometimes that’s not the case (as we’ll see later). However, Toledo – Tapas, Steak and Seafood at Coronado Springs does not disappoint when it comes to serving up a nice juicy steak, according to you fine folk.

Chuletón Bone-In Rib-Eye for Two

Special shout-outs are made to the ribeye steak that some readers are still fantasizing about. Add to that the rooftop ambiance and being able to gaze out upon the EPCOT and Hollywood Studios areas and you have a perfect date night spot.

Yachtsman Steakhouse

Another Disney World steakhouse makes the “best of” list. After reading your reviews of Yachtsman, it’s clear that what makes a good steak is about so much more than the quality of the meat (although that is arguably the most important part).

Filet Mignon

Many of you describe the “melt in your mouth” steak as being one of the best you’ve ever had, but other consistent details include the relaxing atmosphere and friendly service. Yachtsman Steakhouse: keep sailing ever onward.

Jiko — The Cooking Place

Jiko has been a pretty consistent fan favorite now, with one of the prevailing reasons being that the level of flavor is something that most people are not used to from “theme park food”. You can see a prime example of this in the way readers talk about Jiko’s cuts of meat.

Oak Grilled Filet Mignon (AKA nectar from heaven)

Multiple reviews point to one of Jiko’s steaks as being their “favorite of all time”, with many of them citing unique flavors that come from Jiko’s spice portfolio. As one reader puts it, “they don’t do bland here.”

Steakhouse 71

Steakhouse 71 replaced The Wave, and steak-lovers have enjoyed the change! After reading your reviews of this location, we understand why you enjoy the steak so much!

Filet at Steakhouse 71

Many reviews gushed over how perfectly cooked the meat was. Others also enjoyed portion sizes and sauces!

The Worst

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

You may or may not be surprised to see Tony’s Town Square Restaurant on this list, which perfectly sums up why it deserves to be on the worst list. Your reviews paint a very hit or miss performance for this Lady and the Tramp-inspired location, which is not ideal when you’re looking for a good steak.

Tony’s Town Square

The last thing you want while enjoying your steak is to feel rushed, and readers cite problems with the pacing of their meals here. Maybe one day Tony’s can rise out of the murk to provide that great steak experience. That day is not today.

Le Cellier Steakhouse

Remember when we said just because a restaurant has steakhouse in the name doesn’t mean it’s a guaranteed hit? Well, meet Le Cellier Steakhouse. As a Table Service restaurant dedicated to steaks (with prices to match!), you would expect good things, and it seems you all are almost as disappointed as we are.

Le Cellier Filet Mignon

Many readers remember Le Cellier quite fondly, remarking that it “used to be their favorite restaurant”. However, now most of the reviews seem to point to the cramped atmosphere and blandness of the food as detractors for making reservations here. One reader even described the steak as “shoe leather” (yikes).

Which Walt Disney World steak is your favorite? Let us know in the comments! 

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13 Replies to “The Best (and Worst) Places to Get a Steak at Walt Disney World According to YOU!”

  1. Disagree! Le Cellier is still one of the best. Other faves include Chefs de France and California Grill… Number one fave though is Be Our Guest! The key is ordering it medium rare. ;D

  2. I got food poisoning from Le Cellier in November 2020, first night of our rescheduled anniversary trip. While the food was actually pretty decent its gonna be an extremely long time until I’m willing to try it again. Meanwhile, I’m waiting not so patiently for Yachtsman to open back up, hopefully soon!

  3. Recently had a steak at the Wave : it was the worst steak – Seemed like it was butterflyed and then only half of the cut was served and it was only about 4-5 oz. For over $30 I felt like it was a big rip off – terrible steak

  4. Y’all are out of your mind. Le Cellier is worth every penny! Best steaks at Disney by far! I guess it’s possible that me and everybody I’ve ever known that’s been there just got lucky, but I find that hard to believe. Maybe your readers just got unlucky and caught an extremely rare bad day for them because I literally can’t imagine a better steak on the planet.

  5. Turf club at saratoga is reasonable and does a good job with their menu items. Shula at the swan is amazing ( and expensive) and the Edison offers a nice steak as well.

    1. My parents and I went to Le Cellier on our last visit 3 years ago. While I don’t remember it being as good as the first time we visited, which was probably a decade prior, I don’t remember being disappointed. Have they declined that much the last few years?

  6. I have to agree with the readers on Le Cellier – The steaks use to be much better less expensive. Jiko’s is great all around. Long live the Concourse Steak House!!