Thursday, August 09, 2012

5 Great Places to Eat in Walt Disney World on Your Timeshare Vacation

Eating at Walt Disney World, Florida, can really offer a paradox of choice, as there are so many restaurants it can often be extremely hard to make a decision on where to eat. Though there are numerous eateries in the theme park, we’ve decided to give you a varied insight into five of our favourites, which allow you to utilise your US visa to its maximum on a full stomach.

1. Japan Pavilion - Epcot If you want sushi and noodle dishes for a low price the Japan Pavilion is perfect and will cater for you for around $20 an adult. The menu is a little limited, but is great quality and includes kirin beer and sake. It’s a great place for a quick bite and very satisfying.

2. Sunshine Season Food Fair - Epcot No burgers or fries here; the Sunshine Season Food Fair in the Land Pavillion is a bustling hall of choice and has all the variety you can ask for. It includes Asian foods, American fare and even Italian cuisine as well as soup and sandwich choices if you want a lighter option for on the go. It’s a great value and is situated at Epcot, meaning you’re in the centre of the action once you enjoy your meal.

3. Teppan Edo - Epcot Teppan Edo is known as a ‘dining as theatre’ restaurant and the chef will prepare, cook and serve your meal beside your table. From sushi to steak to shrimp, Teppan Edo is a memorable experience – ideal for Disney World. It is business formal in its attire and it costs up to $40 for an adult to dine.

4. Jiko – Animal Kingdom Located near the Animal Kingdom Lodge, this restaurant is the higher end of the scale in price terms and you’ll need business like attire to take a seat and enjoy the African foods. It’s among the most expensive in the theme park, but also the most impressive and there is a wide variety of African food to fit the size of the continent. From seared maize pudding to Swahili curried shrimp, you can enjoy all sorts of foods at Jiko. There’s also a great selection of South African wines making it the perfect place to really treat yourself when in Disney World.

5. California Grill – Disney’s Contemporary Resort Similarly priced to Jiko, this restaurant often comes at the top of the best restaurants in Disney World polls and offers mouth-watering Californian food. The California Grill is contemporary in d├ęcor and really manages to pull off the fusion cuisine of California very well and has everything from sushi to seared bison in mushroom risotto and chestnuts. It’s also ideally located for the Magical Kingdom Firework show thanks to its balcony facing Cinderella's Castle.

Disney offers a wide range of choices, but you should have no problems deciding thanks to our guide!

A Disney timeshare rental, or a timeshare rental in Orlando, will help you save on your accommodations, giving you extra in your budget to enjoy these great dining experiences at Walt Disney World.

Our guest author, Cormac Reynolds, works for the UK visa site Global Visas and is a lover of travelling, trekking, and seeing the world. He has been a content writer for a number of years and lives in London, though is originally Irish.

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