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While OrlandoFunTickets.com may save you bundles of cash on your theme park and dinner show tickets, among others, we would also like to help you save money on other aspects of your vacation. We know that eating out on vacation can actually be one of the most expensive aspects of being away from home, but if your vacation plans include the Walt Disney World Resort, then this article is just for you! Disney has hundreds of restaurants to choose from, and while some are definitely more expensive than others, we have scoured the property to find the buffets that give you the most bang for your buck! If you like good food – and a lot of it – then keep reading below for our suggestions!
At the Magic Kingdom Park, the best buffet for your money is definitely the breakfast buffet at the Crystal Palace restaurant. Located right along Main Street
U.S.A. in the front of the park, this all-you-can-eat meal will run adults around per person and approximately for children. However, what makes this restaurant so great is not just the menu items – which we will get into in a minute – but the special guests! Winnie the Pooh and friends join you for non-stop fun all hours of the day, whether you are eating at the Crystal Palace for breakfast, lunch or dinner! And while these guests may take center stage, we can’t forget about the food! For this delectable breakfast buffet, you will enjoy many items such as fresh fruit, baked pastries, scrambled eggs, omelets, French toast, pancakes, character waffles, donuts, muffins, bacon, sausage, croissants… and the list goes on and on! While may seem like a lot, the experience and memories you walk away with definitely make it worth the splurge.
If you are looking for another breakfast buffet with prices that are similar, you can head over to Disney’s Contemporary Resort to Chef Mickey’s buffet. Here, you will join Mickey and his friends for a foot-stomping good time in one of the most popular character dining options on all of Disney property. The food is similar to the Crystal Palace menu, and if you are interested in either of these for lunch or dinner, prices increase a few dollars for lunch and rest around a little over per person for the dinner buffets (both restaurants do however have their own make-you-own sundae bars!).
If you are over at Epcot and are looking to make your dollar stretch for lunch or dinner, then Biergarten in the Germany pavilion is the place to be! With lunch prices around for adults and for children and dinner prices just a few dollars higher, this all year-round Oktoberfest experience is one that you don’t want to miss! For lunch and dinner, you can expect to nosh on seasonal salads, rotisserie chicken, roasted pork, potatoes, authentic German dishes such as Schnitzel and Spaetzle and desserts like apple strudel, cheesecake and black forest cake. Lunch is served from Noon until 3:45, and dinner lasts from 4 until 8:30 p.m.
If you are dining at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can hit up Hollywood & Vine for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Even though most buffets increase in price from breakfast to dinner, all of the prices for the three meals remain about the same here (the dinner price – around for adults, is actually a little cheaper than lunch) because the breakfast and lunch buffets feature appearances from characters from “Jo Jo’s Circus” and “Little Einstein’s” while the dinner buffet does not. The menu here is a little more extensive than most buffets, as lunch includes dishes such as carved ham and turkey, seafood pasta alfredo and baked chicken thighs, while dinner includes prime rib, pork loin and Mediterranean chicken. As an added bonus, you can also book Hollywood & Vine as part of the Fantasmic! dinner package, which will also guarantee you a seat at the nighttime spectacular’s showing that evening.
Finally, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Restaurantosaurus gives you a lot of bang for your buck. With prices around for adults and for children, Donald’s Prehistoric Breakfastosaurus this is one of the least expensive buffets at Disney, and, much like Chef Mickey’s it gives you the opportunity to dine with Mickey and his pals while enjoying all of your favorite breakfast delicacies.
For any of the above buffets at Disney, it is important to call up to 180 days in advance (407-WDW-DINE) to make priority reservations for your family. And, don’t forget that all of the above buffets, with the exception of Chef Mickey’s at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, require theme park admission as well, so remember to purchase your discounted tickets here at OrlandoFunTickets.com so that you don’t miss out on a thing!
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