There are a lot of Disney World hotels to choose from, and all of them have their own lists of pros and cons.
Some resorts have the very big pro of sitting in the Value category, making them the least expensive of the official Disney hotels. These have their own cons, one of which is typically more limited food options. Don’t fear though, there are some good eats at these accommodations!
Let’s look at the best meals at the Disney World hotels not known for their food!
As a note, several of the options listed can be found at the other value resorts as well!
When staying at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, or Disney’s All-Star Music Resort you’ll have access to food court-style dining (World Premiere Food Court, End Zone Food Court, and Intermission Food Court, respectively).
For lunch or dinner, we recommend the filling Super Slice of Pepperoni Pizza. It certainly won’t be the most authentic piece of pizza you can try in Disney World, but it certainly satisfies at the end of a long theme park day!
These food courts also serve Mickey Waffles for breakfast and yes, you should definitely be opting for those if waffles are your jam.
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort features Landscape of Flavors, a food court offering similar to those at the All-Star Resorts! Another great option is the Roasted Salmon Dinner.
Keep in mind this option alternated with the (also tasty) Roasted Turkey Dinner.
Over at Disney’s Pop Century Resort, you’ll pop into Everything Pop! Shopping and Dining for options like the Chicken Parmesan Pasta.
As you can imagine, this isn’t an unforgettable dish but it certainly has some familiar flavors and will get you feeling full and ready for another big day in Disney World.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground likely has the best options of any of the value resorts! The Chuck Wagon has the option of Corn Dog Nuggets (!!!), a total fan favorite.
At P & J’s Southern Takeout, you can pick up a variety of Fried Chicken servings that are a serious bargain. The 8-piece family-size meal serves up to four people for $23.49!
And, though it is closed at the time of writing, we have to mention Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue. This dinner show is one of the best evening activities outside of the parks and we can’t wait for its return!
And there you have it, those are some of our favorite picks from the hotels in Disney World that aren’t necessarily known for their many dining options! We’d love to hear your thoughts, so make sure to let us know your top picks!
What do you like to eat at these resorts? Tell us in the comments!