9 Restaurants You’ve Never Been to in Disney World

There are some Disney World restaurants that we’ve all visited, or at least know about: Be Our Guest, Le Cellier, and Brown Derby are just a few popular restaurants that guests have frequented over the years.

Entrance to Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom

But we’re willing to bet that there are many restaurants throughout the parks, resorts, and Disney Springs that you HAVEN’T dined at yet!

We have a few picks from the theme parks, the resorts, and Disney Springs for you to consider checking out on your next Disney World vacation.

In the Parks

Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen

Our first stop is in Magic Kingdom! While most guests will grab reservations for Be Our Guest or Cinderella’s Royal Table, we’re going to make a case for Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen (or just Skipper Canteen for short!). This Jungle Cruise-themed restaurant includes a unique menu with all of the usual antics from your servers that you would expect to see from a Jungle Cruise Skipper.

Skipper Canteen is one of the finest dining options for Jungle Cruise travelers!

Spice Road Table

World Showcase in EPCOT is full of restaurants, and it will take you some time to visit all of them! If you’re into small plates and waterfront dining, you should definitely check out Spice Road Table in the Morocco Pavilion. It reopened with a new menu of small plates, giving guests the option for lighter bites as they make their way through the park.

Spice Road Table

BaseLine Taphouse

Guests will often walk by this next dining location and head straight to Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge! While there’s nothing wrong with Oga’s, BaseLine Tap House offers a wider variety of beer and wine, as well as a great menu of shareable plates. Try their Charcuterie Board — it’s only $10! Not to mention the California-inspired vibes make for a laidback pitstop on your Hollywood Studios day.

BaseLine Tap House

At the Resorts


Now let’s talk about a few resort restaurants you may have never visited before, but totally should! First up is a favorite of ours, Sanaa. Located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, this restaurant offers a unique African-inspired menu, with great views of the resort’s savanna. Visit during lunch for great daytime views of the animals!

Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Olivia’s Café

Another hotel restaurant that’s a bit off the beaten path but totally worth a visit is Olivia’s Café at Disney’s Old Key West Resort. This cozy homestyle restaurant serves comfort food with a Florida twist. Just like Old Key West, it’s a totally laidback spot if you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of Disney World!

Olivia’s Café at Old Key West

Grand Floridian Café

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is full of iconic restaurants, including Victoria & Albert’s, Citricos, and Narcoossee’s — all with signature dining price tags. For something more casual and affordable (with just as great of a menu), head to Grand Floridian Café.

Grand Floridian Café

In Disney Springs

Enzo’s Hideaway

Finally, we wanted to fill you in a few lesser-known restaurants in Disney Springs you should check out if you haven’t visited before! Not to be confused with Maria & Enzo’s, Enzo’s Hideaway is an adjoining dining location connected by rum-runner tunnels. The menu features hearty Roman dishes, similar to what you’d find right next door.

Enzo’s Hideaway

Frontera Cocina

Another sleeper hit in Disney Springs, Frontera Cocina features a menu by six-time James Beard Foundation winner Chef Rick Bayless. If you’re in the mood for Mexican food, this restaurant offers authentic dishes along with a wide selection of margaritas and other specialty drinks.

Frontera Cocina

Terralina Crafted Italian

Finally, you can find more great Italian food in Disney World at Terralina Crafted Italian! Inspired by Italy’s Lake District, the restaurant features a menu curated by James Beard Award-winning Chef Tony Mantuano.

Terralina Crafted Italian

What is your favorite underrated restaurant in Disney World? Let us know in the comments!

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