Now, if you’re on a tight budget at Disney World, you might think that means there aren’t too many table service meals while you’re there.
Sure, table service meals tend to be more expensive than counter service, but sometimes you just need to take that break during the day, rest your feet, and wait with good food and great service. That’s where table service comes in. Believe it or not, some table service restaurants don’t exceed your budget.
Here are the cheapest table service meals at each Disney World park!
So we looked at all the table service options at each Disney World park and chose the dining spot where the food was the cheapest (and that includes 3 courses!). So here are the most budget-friendly dinner options you’ll find at table service restaurants at Disney World!
Plaza Restaurant at Magic Kingdom
The least expensive table service option in the Magic Kingdom is the Plaza Restaurant. What’s really great about the Plaza is that the restaurant itself is gorgeous, but it’s still a little cheaper to eat here.
Start with the soup of the day $9then main at The Plaza Leuven $20Followed by dessert at The Plaza Restaurant Sunday $7.25and your meal total comes a little above $36.
Dining at Teppan Edo or Tokyo Epcot
You can even eat sushi on a budget! The Japan Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase includes Teppan Edo and Tokyo Dining. Both offer sushi at budget-friendly prices. Pick a few rolls and put together an inexpensive dinner.
Starting with Teppan Edo miso soup, the entrée is a spicy roll, and the dessert is matcha soft serve ice cream. your grand total?However $23.
Also ordered miso soup at Tokyo Dining $6, vegetable roll $12and Green Team Ice Cream $5 sum of $23.
Sci-Fi Dine-in at Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios has several fun themed restaurants. One of them is the fun and relatively inexpensive Sci-Fi Dine-In. Where else can you eat at a table designed like a vintage car parked in front of a giant movie screen showing a retro short film?
Have the crispy onion rings for a starter (you can have fried pickles for an extra $1), have the grilled chicken citrus salad for the entree, and finish with a cookie shake for dessert.the whole meal comes out $37 (Also $38 if you choose fried pickles).
Animal Kingdom’s Yak & Yeti Restaurant
If you love Asian cuisine, indulge yourself a little at Animal Kingdom’s Yak & Yeti Restaurant.
Here you’ll find pork pot stickers or pork egg rolls for appetizers, Korean fried chicken for entrée (it’s really meant for two people to share), and mango pie for dessert.This meal totaled $40.97.
Yes, it’s perfectly doable to eat a table service restaurant meal at Disney World on a budget.
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