There is no shortage of amazing food when you visit Disney World. So deciding where to have your meals can be a difficult choice (to say the least).
To help you out, I've put together a list of all restaurants available to you at The Magic Kingdom. The restaurants are broken up by Quick Service, Table Service, and Character Meals.
Here you'll find the restaurant, location, cuisine type, and a little information to help you decide where to get food at the parks.
A Quick Service Restaurant is one where you can walk up to a counter and order. No reservations are required, and you'll find your own seating.
Here are the quick service restaurants found at the Magic Kingdom:
This quick service restaurant is your must-stop place for Dole Whip! Stop here for snacks, drinks, and soft serve. Use mobile ordering when the lines get long (and they do!).
Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies
Stop in here to get all sorts of delicious frozen goodies on a hot day. Here you'll find snacks, ice cream floats, sundaes, soft serve, and smoothies.
This adorable food stop is based on the baseball poem Casey at the Bat. Here you'll find your favorite baseball treats, including hot dogs, pretzels, and french fries
This adorable stop is right next to everyone's favorite Tea Cups. You'll find cereals, muffins, and fruit along with several fruity beverages.
Columbia Harbor House
This is a great stop for a quick sandwich or delicious soup. If you are looking for some vegetarian options or something a little lighter you'll want to check this restaurant out
You'll love this stop on a hot Orlando day. Not only can you grab a cold drink and a snack, but you can enjoy them under a cool mist sprayer attached to this kiosk.
Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe
You'll find a lot of seating here to enjoy your meal. Grab one of several counters that offer many different types of food options. While you can find something for everyone, you may be ordering from different counters. So take advantage of mobile ordering here.
The Diamond Horseshoe
This is a seasonal quick service lunch restaurant offering sandwiches and snacks.
The Friar's Nook
Stop here for a delicious variety of foods. You can get anything from chicken nuggets or hot dogs to a salad or mac and cheese. It is a great stop for lunch on a busy day.
Right out of the movie Beauty and the Beast (complete with Gaston sculpture) is this adorable counter service restaurant. While you can't get a actual beer here, you can get LeFou's Brew ( which isfrozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow, and topped with passion fruit-mango foam)
Golden Oak Outpost
This is a great stop for some hearty snack options. There is outdoor seating nearby, but it can get busy around parade time. This is a popular spot to watch parades.
Liberty Square Market
You'll find one of the best assortments of snacks at this stop. You can even find a good number of delicious healthy items. There is something to please everyone at this snack stop.
The Lunching Pad
This is a great lunch or dinner stop. Seating is plentiful, and you can get an out of this world hot dog and snacks.
Main Street Bakery
Come here for a great variety of delicious baked goods. This spot is open for breakfast, and is a great choice for a breakfast on the go.
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
If you're looking for some hearty lunch or dinner options, stop here and grab a burrito, churro, a rice bowl, and more. Seating is available, and you might even get a glimpse of the parade floats as they make their way out to Main Street.
Pinocchio Village Haus
If you love flatbread pizza (who doesnt?!) this is your stop! There is limited seating inside, and you can even grab a spot overlooking the It's a Small World ride.
Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
This vintage style ice cream parlor is the perfect stop for some cold treats on a hot Orlando day. Grab a sundae or float, but remember that seating is limited. Or grab an ice cream cone on the go.
Prince Eric's Village Market
This is a great stop for a quick snack. You'll find this kiosk in front of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride.
This is a great stop for a variety of funnel cakes. Get yours topped with cinnamon, powdered sugar, or fruit. You'll find outdoor seating and a great view of Cinderella's Castle.
You can't beat the sweet treats you'll find here. Brownie sundaes, hot fudge cookies, and strawberry shortcake are some of the favorites.
Sunshine Tree Terrace
Here is where you can find the famous citrus swirl. You can also get soft serve ice cream, iced coffees, slushies, and more.
Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant
This is a great option for a quick service lunch or dinner. You'll have a variety of foods and plenty of seating available. This restaurant is open seasonally on peak crowd days.
This is a seasonal pirate themed restaurant that has wonderful lunch and dinner options. Since it is seasonal, it wont be open all of the time, but when it is you can expect to find Mexican food options in an open air seating area.
This is a kiosk with several snack options. You'll find chips, fruit, cookies, drinks, and more.
A Table Service restaurant is one where you will be seated by a host or hostess and served by waitstaff. If you decide you want to do sit down meals at these restaurants, you'll want to make reservations ahead of time to ensure you can be seated.
Here are the table service restaurants found at the Magic Kingdom:
Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen
This restaurant is located next to the classic Jungle Cruise attraction. This might be one of the most underrated restaurants in the Magic Kingdom. Here you'll find 3 dining rooms. The Falls Family Parlor, the Crew Mess Hall, and a once-secret meeting room of the Society of Adventurers and Explorers. Here you'll dine on “World Famous Jungle Cuisine.” served by Jungle Cruise Skippers.
Liberty Tree Tavern
This restaurant is themed after a late 18th century home. The dining rooms are themed after Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson.
Lunch is served a la carte, and dinner is family style (which include roasted turkey, pork, carved beef, and more).
The Plaza Restaurant
This is an original restaurant from the beginning days of the park. It is a delicious and inexpensive option for a sit down meal.
Tony's Town Square Restaurant
This restaurant is located right at the entrance of the park. This Italian Restaurant is based on the restaurant from the movie Lady and the Tramp (if you ask the host or hostess, they can even go in the back and get an autograph from the famous puppies for you).
These restaurants are table service (same as above), but also include character interactions.
Most of these characters will walk around and visit you at your table while you eat. They wont have a photopass photographer, so be ready with your camera. A few select characters you'll meet before or after your meal, and photographers will be present. Those will be noted here.
Here are the table service character meal restaurants found at the Magic Kingdom:
Be Our Guest Restaurant
This restaurant is unique in that it is quick service for breakfast and lunch, and it is a sit down meal (costing 2 table service credits if you use the dining plan) for dinner. This is the only quick service restaurant where you can make reservations. If you plan on having breakfast or lunch you will need advanced reservations.
You can order your food ahead of time for breakfast or lunch, and it will magically be brought out to your seat in one of the 3 available dining rooms (The Ballroom, The West Wing, and The Library).
At dinner you will have the opportunity to meet The Beast. He wont be coming around to your table at this meal.
Cinderella's Royal Table
This is a table service meal featuring several of your favorite princesses. The princesses that you will meet may vary, but Cinderella will always be there to greet you. When you meet Cinderella a photopass photographer will be available. All other princesses will come by your table as you eat. You'll have to take your own photographs with them.
While people have varying opinions on the food itself, the atmosphere and service are amazing. It is truly a once in a lifetime experience to be able to eat inside Cinderella's Castle.
The Crystal Palace
This restaurant is a classic located in Main Street USA. It is one of the original restaurants, and now features characters from Winnie the Pooh. Enjoy meeting characters during this buffet meal.