Where is the best Disney Dining restaurants for little ones at Disney World?

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Q. Where is the best Disney Dining restaurants for little ones at Walt Disney World? 

A. This is a tough question to answer as there are so many good places to eat here is a great article from Chip and Co that highlights some of the best places for toddlers and preschoolers.

Traveling with toddlers and preschoolers to Walt Disney World should be a magical experience for both the adults and the children.  Even though they may not “remember” every aspect of the trip, it’s all about making memories for EVERYONE-the parents included!  For many families with preschoolers and toddlers, they think that character dining is their best option-not so!

Today I want to share with you the Top Ten Disney Dining Locations for Toddlers and Preschoolers.

Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge:  Do your children love seeing animals up close?  Then Sanaa is for you!  The floor to ceiling windows give fabulous views of giraffes, zebras, and more animals in the savanna at Kidani Village.  The nice thing is that the parents can really enjoy a unique menu of African dishes such as Spice Crusted Game Hen, Banana Leaf Wrapped Fish, and even New York Strip Steak. The children can enjoy familiar favorites like cheese pizza, chicken nuggets,macaroni and cheese, and more.  They might even try your lamb chops from the Tandoor Oven!

1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Day Spa:   This very popular restaurant, and the best for princess dining on Disney property, is an all you care to eat buffet for dinner.  It is also buffet for breakfast and lunch, but with Alice in Wonderland, and her friends.  This is a must for any princess fan-as it is the best for interaction with Cinderella, her Prince  Charming, and the rest of the royal family.  The menu includes chef prepared pasta, prime rib, mojo marinated turkey, stuffed pork loin, salmon with dill sauce, chicken marsala, and much more.

Click here to see the full article of choices for little ones at Walt Disney World.

I hope this helps you pick some good restaurants for your little ones when you go to Disney.  Don’t forget to get those Advanced Dining Reservations in right at 180 days or you might have a hard time booking some of these yummy places.

Have a Magical Day °o°

>>Michelle



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