The pros and cons of all Magic Kingdom restaurants(Article last updated: September 24, 2018)

If Epcot is considered the place to go for great Table Service restaurants, then Magic Kingdom is the place to go for some of the best Quick Service and snacks in Disney World.

From the famous Dole Whip at Aloha Isle to the enchanted ambiance of the Be Our Guest restaurant, the Magic Kingdom restaurants have a lot to offer

Let's take a look at their pros and cons ...

In this article

Breakfast

Sleepy Hollow (breakfast)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Sleepy Hollow (breakfast)

Price (adult/child): $7.00/$7.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Some of the best snacks in all of Magic Kingdom (including homemade ice cream sandwiches, funnel cakes, and waffle sandwiches), great spot to take a pic with the castle in the background

Cons: No indoor seating


Be Our Guest (breakfast)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Be Our Guest (breakfast)

Price (adult/child): $28.00/$15.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Great food options, portions are large enough for many people to split (especially since each entree comes with pastries), can pre-order online, often allowed to ride Seven Dwarfs Mine Train if finished eating before the park opens, offers alcoholic beverages

Cons: Advanced reservations are available and almost always required, can be noisy


Main Street Bakery (breakfast)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Main Street Bakery (breakfast)

Price (adult/child): $5.00/$5.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Starbucks drinks and pastries, drinks are a great use of a snack credit (especially if you add extras to your drink)

Cons: No indoor seating


Plaza Restaurant (breakfast)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Plaza Restaurant (breakfast)

Price (adult/child): $15.00/$7.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: The least expensive Table Service restaurant in Magic Kingdom, you can order ice cream from Main Street Ice Cream Parlor

Cons: Service can be inconsistent, not a great use of a Table Service credit on the Disney Dining Plan, breakfast only available seasonally


Crystal Palace (breakfast)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Crystal Palace (breakfast)

Price (adult/child): $32.00/$19.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: This is a Winnie the Pooh and friends buffet character meal that has the benefit of having both good food and fun character interactions

Cons: Can be a wait, even with reservations (which you almost always have to have to get in here)

Tips: The Cast Members here are known for providing great service, including recognizing special occasions, so be sure to note if you're celebrating on your reservation and mention it when you check in as well.


Cinderella’s Royal Table (breakfast)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cinderella’s Royal Table (breakfast)

Price (adult/child): $62.00/$36.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: The experience, view, characters (which include Ariel, Aurora, Cinderella, Snow White, and sometimes Jasmine), and some of the food, like the stuffed French toast, are good

Cons: Expensive, waits can be long to get in even with a reservation, reservations are difficult to get

Tips: This reservation needs to be made 180 days in advance, particularly for 8 a.m. breakfast.


Lunch

Main Street Bakery (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Main Street Bakery (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $8.49/$5.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Starbucks drinks and pastries, drinks are a great use of a snack credit (especially if you add extras to your drink)

Cons: No indoor seating


The Friar’s Nook (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - The Friar’s Nook (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $9.49/$6.49

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Menu with unique and delicious offerings that change periodically

Cons: No seating, but you can usually find a place to sit at Pinocchio's Village Haus


Pinocchio Village Haus (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Pinocchio Village Haus (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $10.49/$6.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Flatbread entrees are a popular option here, plenty of seating, some tables have a view of It's a Small World, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Not up to par with other nearby Quick Service restaurants, lines can be long (but usually move quickly)


Tortuga Tavern (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Tortuga Tavern (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $11.00/$6.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Easier spot to get into than most other Quick Service spots

Cons: Only open seasonally


Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $11.00/$6.50

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches, and frozen drinks offer a nice variety that will please most families, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: No indoor seating but lots of covered open-air seating (look for a table on the lower level for a good castle view), mediocre food


The Lunching Pad (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - The Lunching Pad (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $9.49/$9.49

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: A new take on standard hot dogs, frozen drinks available, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: No indoor seating, area can be very busy


Sleepy Hollow (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Sleepy Hollow (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $8.00/$8.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Some of the best snacks in all of Magic Kingdom (including homemade ice cream sandwiches, funnel cakes, and waffle sandwiches), great spot to take a pic with the castle in the background

Cons: No indoor seating


Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $12.99/$7.69

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Chipotle-style offerings with a large fixins bar, indoor seating, plenty of restrooms, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Can get very, very busy. Plan to eat at off-peak times to avoid crowds.


Golden Oak Outpost (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Golden Oak Outpost (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $9.99/$9.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Good snack options, but menu changes all the time

Cons: No indoor seating (can go to nearby Pecos Bill's to sit if you'd like), snack credits only, only open seasonally, area can be busy during parades


Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $12.99/$6.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: There is a generous fixins bar including mushrooms, melted cheese and other toppings which allow people to customize their meal, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: The food isn't super great, especially when you consider that there are so many Quick Service restaurants at Magic Kingdom, several of which have delicious food


Columbia Harbour House (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Columbia Harbour House (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $11.99/$6.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Great options for a Quick Service restaurant, including soups, sandwiches and fish (just about anything you choose is going to be good here), quiet seating available upstairs, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Picky eaters may not like the menu options, can be very busy during peak meal times


Casey’s Corner (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Casey’s Corner (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $11.49/$11.49

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Good place to grab various types of tasty hot dogs (including corn dog nuggets), ragtime pianist plays out front about once an hour beginning just after noon, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Very limited indoor seating (and the outside tables are often taken), limited menu, lines can be long


Be Our Guest (lunch)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Be Our Guest (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $14.99/$8.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Interesting French food options (braised pork is a favorite), advanced reservations and pre-ordering available, offers alcoholic beverages

Cons: Service and food can be inconsistent, waits can be long (even with a reservation), almost always need a reservation to be able to dine here


Tony’s Town Square Festival of Fantasy Parade Dining Package (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Tony’s Town Square Festival of Fantasy Parade Dining Package (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $54.00/$19.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Lots of pasta options and cute Lady and the Tramp theme, parade package costs the same as the regular meal if you're on the Disney Dining Plan and also includes an appetizer and voucher for parade seating (you must specifically book that package to be eligible for the special seating)

Cons: Mediocre food


Skipper Canteen (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Skipper Canteen (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $25.00/$11.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Heavily themed with interesting food options, great service

Cons: The menu may not appeal to all palates


Diamond Horseshoe (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Diamond Horseshoe (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $22.00/$20.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Home-cooked comfort food that usually appeals to the whole family

Cons: Mediocre food quality


Tony’s Town Square (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Tony’s Town Square (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $24.00/$11.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Lots of pasta options and cute Lady and the Tramp theme

Cons: Mediocre food


Plaza Restaurant (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Plaza Restaurant (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $19.00/$10.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: The least expensive Table Service restaurant in Magic Kingdom, you can order ice cream from Main Street Ice Cream Parlor

Cons: Service can be inconsistent, food is mediocre, not a great use of a Table Service credit on the Disney Dining Plan


Liberty Tree Tavern (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Liberty Tree Tavern (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $19.00/$11.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Delicious Thanksgiving-style food

Cons: During busier times, waits can be long even with a reservation


Crystal Palace (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Crystal Palace (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $45.00/$25.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Winnie the Pooh and friends buffet character meal that has the benefit of having both good food and fun character interactions

Cons: Can be a wait, even with reservations (which you almost always have to have to get in here)

Tips: The Cast Members here are known for providing great service, including recognizing special occasions, so be sure to note if you're celebrating on your reservation and mention it when you check in as well.


Cinderella’s Royal Table (lunch)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cinderella’s Royal Table (lunch)

Price (adult/child): $77.00/$42.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: The experience, view, and characters (which include Ariel, Aurora, Cinderella, Snow White, and sometimes Jasmine), are all good

Cons: Expensive, waits can be long to get in even with a reservation, most food is mediocre

Tips: This reservation needs to be made 180 days in advance, particularly for 8 a.m. breakfast.


Dinner

Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $11.00/$6.50

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches, and frozen drinks offer a nice variety that will please most families, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: No indoor seating but lots of covered open-air seating (look for a table on the lower level for a good castle view), mediocre food


Sleepy Hollow (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Sleepy Hollow (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $8.00/$8.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Some of the best snacks in all of Magic Kingdom (including homemade ice cream sandwiches, funnel cakes, and waffle sandwiches), great spot to take a pic with the castle in the background

Cons: No indoor seating


Pinocchio Village Haus (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Pinocchio Village Haus (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $10.49/$6.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Flatbread entrees are a popular option here, plenty of seating, some tables have a view of It's a Small World, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Not up to par with other nearby Quick Service restaurants, lines can be long (but usually move quickly)


Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $12.99/$7.69

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Chipotle-style offerings with a large fixins bar, indoor seating, plenty of restrooms, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Can get very, very busy. Plan to eat at off-peak times to avoid crowds.


The Lunching Pad (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - The Lunching Pad (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $9.49/$9.49

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: A new take on standard hot dogs, frozen drinks available, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: No indoor seating, area can be very busy


Golden Oak Outpost (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Golden Oak Outpost (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $9.99/$9.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Good snack options, but menu changes all the time

Cons: No indoor seating (can go to nearby Pecos Bill's to sit if you'd like), snack credits only, only open seasonally, area can be busy during parades


Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $12.99/$6.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: There is a generous fixins bar including mushrooms, melted cheese and other toppings which allow people to customize their meal, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: The food isn't super great, especially when you consider that there are so many Quick Service restaurants at Magic Kingdom, several of which have delicious food


Columbia Harbour House (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Columbia Harbour House (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $11.99/$6.99

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Great options for a Quick Service restaurant, including soups, sandwiches and fish (just about anything you choose is going to be good here), quiet seating available upstairs, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Picky eaters may not like the menu options, can be very busy during peak meal times


Casey’s Corner (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Casey’s Corner (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $11.49/$11.49

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Good place to grab various types of tasty hot dogs (including corn dog nuggets), ragtime pianist plays out front about once an hour beginning just after noon, mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Very limited indoor seating (and the outside tables are often taken), limited menu, lines can be long


The Friar’s Nook (dinner)

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - The Friar’s Nook (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $9.49/$6.49

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Menu with unique and delicious offerings that change periodically

Cons: No seating, but you can usually find a place to sit at Pinocchio's Village Haus


Skipper Canteen (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Skipper Canteen (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $25.00/$11.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Heavily themed with interesting food options, great service

Cons: The menu may not appeal to all palates


Plaza Restaurant (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Plaza Restaurant (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $22.00/$10.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: The least expensive Table Service restaurant in Magic Kingdom, you can order ice cream from Main Street Ice Cream Parlor

Cons: Service can be inconsistent, food is mediocre, not a great use of a Table Service credit on the Disney Dining Plan


Diamond Horseshoe (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Diamond Horseshoe (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $36.00/$20.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Home-cooked comfort food that usually appeals to the whole family

Cons: Mediocre food quality


Tony’s Town Square (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Tony’s Town Square (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $24.00/$11.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Lots of pasta options and cute Lady and the Tramp theme

Cons: Mediocre food


Liberty Tree Tavern (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Liberty Tree Tavern (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $41.00/$18.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

Link to menu

Pros: Thanksgiving-style home cooking, dinner is served family-style on platters

Cons: During busier times, waits can be long even with a reservation


Crystal Palace (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Crystal Palace (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $45.00/$25.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Winnie the Pooh and friends buffet character meal that has the benefit of having both good food and fun character interactions

Cons: Can be a wait, even with reservations (which you almost always have to have to get in here)

Tips: The Cast Members here are known for providing great service, including recognizing special occasions, so be sure to note if you're celebrating on your reservation and mention it when you check in as well.


Cinderella’s Royal Table (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cinderella’s Royal Table (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $77.00/$42.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: The experience, view, and characters (which include Ariel, Aurora, Cinderella, Snow White, and sometimes Jasmine), are all good

Cons: Expensive, waits can be long to get in even with a reservation, most food is mediocre

Tips: This reservation needs to be made 180 days in advance, particularly for 8 a.m. breakfast.


Be Our Guest (dinner)

Table Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Be Our Guest (dinner)

Price (adult/child): $60.00/$36.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Interesting French food options, the only place to meet The Beast

Cons: Service and food can be inconsistent, waits can be long, hardest dining reservation to get at Disney World

Tips: This might be the hardest dining reservation to get in all of Disney World since it's the newest restaurant. We don't happen to think it's worth the trouble (breakfast and lunch here are much better in our experience, though The Beast doesn't appear at those meals) but be sure to make reservations 180 days in advance if you want to eat here for dinner.


Everything Else

Westward Ho

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Westward Ho

Price (adult/child): $8/$5

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Snacks and refreshing beverages, including frozen lemonade slushes

Cons: No seating


Sunshine Tree Terrace

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Sunshine Tree Terrace

Price (adult/child): $5.00/$5.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Refreshing treats on a hot day that include floats, slushies, and soft-serve ice cream

Cons: No indoor seating but some covered outdoor seating is available


Storybook Treats

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Storybook Treats

Price (adult/child): $5.00/$5.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Delicious, unique ice cream sundae options

Cons: No seating, but you can look for places nearby


Prince Eric’s Village Market

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Prince Eric’s Village Market

Price (adult/child): $6.00/$6.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Good spot to grab a cold drink and healthy snacks like hummus or fruit

Cons: Just a cart/kiosk (easy to miss because it blends in so much) so it has no seating


Gaston’s Tavern

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Gaston’s Tavern

Price (adult/child): $5/$5

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Fantastically-themed location where you can grab a warm cinnamon roll or souvenir mug

Cons: Limited seating


Cool Ship

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cool Ship

Price (adult/child): $5/$5

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Good spot to grab a snack and cool off with a mist

Cons: No seating


Cheshire Cafe

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Cheshire Cafe

Price (adult/child): $5/$5

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Great way to use snack credits, including frozen slushes and their signature "Cheshire Cat Tail" pastry

Cons: No indoor seating


Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Price (adult/child): $6.00/$6.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Delicious hard-serve ice cream (won't melt as quickly as the soft-serve available at most places), sundaes are a great use of a snack credit

Cons: Limited seating available


Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies

Price (adult/child): $4/$4

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Refreshing snacks like soft serve ice cream, smoothies and sundaes

Cons: No indoor seating, limited outdoor seating area that can be noisy


Aloha Isle

Quick Service

Magic Kingdom Dining - Aloha Isle

Price (adult/child): $5.00/$5.00

On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, snack credits, Quick Service credit(s)

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Link to menu

Pros: Fantastic and refreshing snacks including the much-loved Dole Whips (floats are a great use of a snack credit!),mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

Cons: Lines can be long


Where will you be eating at Magic Kingdom? I'm more likely to have a Table Service meal at a nearby resort since there are so many good options, but there are lots of good snacks to be had at Magic Kingdom.

We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments.