The Least Expensive Table Service Meal in Each Walt Disney World Park for 2023

Okay, so if you’re on a budget in Disney World, you might think that means you can’t treat yourself to very many table service meals while you’re there.

Plaza Reuben

Sure, table service meals do tend to be more expensive than counter service, but sometimes you just need to take that break during the day, rest your feet, and be waited on with some good food and great service. That’s where table service comes in, and believe it or not, some table service restaurants won’t break your budget.

Here are the least expensive Table Service meals in each Disney World park! 

So we looked through every table service option at each park in Disney World and chose those dining spots with the least expensive eats (and that includes looking at three courses!). So here are the most budget-friendly dinner options you’ll find in Disney World at table service restaurants!

Plaza Restaurant in Magic Kingdom

In Magic Kingdom, your most inexpensive table service option is going to be Plaza Restaurant. What’s really nice about Plaza is that the restaurant itself is GORGEOUS, but you’ll still pay a little less for food here.

Plaza Restaurant Dining Room

Start with the Soup of the Day for $9, then get The Plaza Reuben as your main for $20. Follow that up with The Plaza Restaurant Sundae for dessert for $7.25, and your meal total will come in at just a little over $36.

Plaza Restaurant Restaurant

Rating: 7.58 / 10 Recommended By: 83%
Menus: Lunch/Dinner, Children's Lunch/Dinner, Breakfast, Children's Breakfast
Services: Table Service

Teppan Edo or Tokyo Dining in EPCOT

You CAN be on a budget and have your sushi, too! Over in the Japan Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase, you’ll find Teppan Edo and Tokyo Dining. Both offer sushi at budget-friendly prices — pick a few rolls to put together an inexpensive dinner.

Sushi at Teppan Edo

Start with Miso Soup at Teppan Edo, then follow that with a Spicy Roll for an entrée, and Green Tea Soft-Serve Ice Cream for dessert. Your grand total? Just $23.

Teppan Edo Restaurant

Rating: 8.69 / 10 Recommended By: 94%
Menus: Lunch/Dinner
Services: Table Service

Likewise, at Tokyo Dining, order the Miso Soup for $6, a Vegetable Roll for $12, and Green Team Ice Cream for $5 for a total of $23.

Sci-Fi Dine-In in Hollywood Studios

Hollywood Studios has some fun themed restaurants and one of those is Sci-Fi Dine-In which is both FUN and relatively inexpensive. Where else can you eat at a table designed to look like a vintage car parked in front of a giant movie screen playing retro short films?

Sci-Fi Dine In

Grab the Crispy Onion Rings for your starter (for $1 more, you can make that Fried Pickles), chow down on a Grilled Chicken Citrus Salad for your entrée, and end with Cookie Shake for dessert. The whole meal comes out to $37 (or $38 if you opt for the fried pickles).

Sci Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

Rating: 7.32 / 10 Recommended By: 81%
Menus: Lunch/Dinner, Children's Lunch/Dinner
Services: Table Service

Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Animal Kingdom

If you love Asian food, you’ll be able to indulge a little at Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Animal Kingdom.

Yak & Yeti Restaurant

Here, you can grab Pork Pot Stickers or Pork Egg Rolls for a starter, the Korean Fried Chicken for your entrée (and it’s actually meant for two people to share), and Mango Pie for dessert. The total for this meal is $40.97.

Yak and Yeti Restaurant Restaurant

Rating: 8.45 / 10 Recommended By: 88%
Menus: Children's Lunch/Dinner, Lunch/Dinner
Services: Table Service

So yes, it’s totally doable to stay on budget AND eat table service restaurant meals in Disney World. We’ll continue to give you our best tips for visiting Disney World on a budget, so stay tuned to AllEars for more.

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