Walt Disney World guests ‘disappointed’ with famous restaurants

Walt Disney World guests ‘disappointed’ with famous restaurants

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“It really was! And the portion sizes were ridiculous! It’s a three course set menu, but the food was regular or larger… it didn’t make sense.”

If in doubt, for the space-themed restaurant and lounge, as it’s still just under two years old and still working on its weaknesses, there are other, more established restaurants that have surprisingly drawn the ire of some guests.

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Places like Chef Mickey’s are often considered iconic character dining experiences, however u/NorthSufficient9920 Remarks,

“With chef Micky. We made the character food for dinner. Atmosphere is terrible. The bright lights and ugly decor are just too much, and the food is a mediocre buffet. However, the interactions with the characters were great, and we got some of our kids’ best pictures with Pluto, Mickey, and Minnie from that night’s trip. Just adjust the food expectations when you go. The horribly bright lights were good for the pictures.”

Similar points can be made for other character dining options as well, as Cinderella’s Royal Table has come under some criticism as well. u/She pushes away shares her comments and writes,

“They seemed overbooked because we waited ages to get in and then they pushed us out. We didn’t even figure out what the stars were supposed to be used for. The food was just ok. It probably didn’t help that my hopes were pretty high.”

Interior of Le Cellier at EpcotPhoto credit: Disney

Even restaurants with excellent reputations have come under fire. Le Cellier in EPCOT’s Canada Pavilion has often been considered a highlight of the park’s dining venues, particularly during the Food and Wine Festival. Still, some guests have noted that it doesn’t live up to its reputation.

u/golf roll writes,

“Le Cellier was a huge disappointment after the rave reviews. The steaks were ok. I think pretty much comparable to what I would do at home. Not close to the good steakhouses in my area. Considering the price and how they put you in there, it’s not worth it.”

Related: Several Disney Resort restaurants face price increases

Fans have voted for portions, size, crowd control and atmosphere for many of the park’s best restaurants. In the end, it all boils down to what guests are really looking for. The food may be good but the atmosphere could be lacking. The experience might be unforgettable, but the menu could be outrageous. That doesn’t make all of the above restaurants a completely negative experience, but perhaps they need more realistic expectations.

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