10 Restaurants with the Most Unique Cuisines at Walt Disney World

There are many unique dining locations and experiences at Walt Disney World, this also includes locations that offer a variety of unique cuisines, menus and flavors.  If you like to try new dishes, then you definitely want to check out our list of 10 restaurants at Walt Disney World offering the most unique cuisines:

10. Victoria & Albert’s: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Victoria & Albert’s is the most expensive and luxurious restaurant at Walt Disney World.  The location has won numerous awards, and it is easy to see why!  What makes this menu unique is that the dinner services are typically prix fixe with the finest dining experience offered. It is a unique experience with unique food offerings.

9. Spice Road Table: Morocco Pavilion, Epcot’s World Showcase

If you enjoy sampling a variety of different dishes, then you will love the tapas style dining that is offered at Spice Road Table.  There are a variety of small plates to choose from so that you can share and sample with everyone at the table.  This is perfect for taking in the Moroccan flavors and the beautiful views from the outside dining location.

8. Jiko – The Cooking Place: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House

If you want to experience unique African cooking, then you definitely have to check out Jiko – The Cooking Place.  The restaurant offers a variety of flavors that you would find in Africa, India and Mediterranean areas, including wine and beer offerings that are exclusive to those areas.  For many guests this may be one of the first times they have had the option to experience this authentic cuisine.

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7. Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen: Adventureland, Magic Kingdom

This is definitely a favorite location for my family.  The entire family enjoys the unique vibe and theme of the restaurant, which ties into the story for The Jungle Cruise attraction.  The food is also a unique experience, especially compared to the other dining locations within Magic Kingdom Park.  The menu ties into the adventurer spirit with cuisine from Asia, Africa and South America.  The Perkins Thai Noodles are one of my favorites, but you really can’t go wrong no matter what you choose!

6. Tiffins Restaurant: Discovery Island, Disney’s Animal Kingdom

The menu at Tiffins is inspired by a variety of international flavors.  You will find items like Spiced Chickpea Falafel and Charred Octopus for appetizers, Crispy Sadza with Braised Berkshire Pork Belly and Tarmarind-braised Short Ribs for dinner and then Guava Mousse and Halo-Halo for dessert.  These are only a sampling of the many unique and delicious offerings.  Adventurous eaters will definitely want to check this one out.

5. Biergarten Restaurant: Germany Pavilion, Epcot’s World Showcase

This dining location is definitely unique in that you get to dine at long communal tables like you are in the middle of a lively village with live music playing on stage.   The food is unique in that you will find a variety of delicious German offerings like sausages, schnitzel, potato dishes and more.  You can’t usually find these authentic offerings unless you visit a German restaurant, so it is a real treat and one of a kind within Walt Disney World.

4. Whispering Canyon Café: Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Whispering Canyon is a popular dining location that offers a unique and exciting experience for guests of all ages.  The menu is unique in that you can order All-You-Care to Enjoy skillets.  There are different skillet offerings for breakfast depending on which breakfast items are your favorite and there are also skillets for lunch/dinner.  The skillets are loaded with a variety of dishes and then guests can order refills on anything that they want more of.  You definitely want to come hungry when dining at Whispering Canyon.

3. Morimoto Asia: The Landing, Disney Springs

This restaurant is unique in that you get a true Pan-Asian style experience.  The cuisine at the restaurant is inspired by Chinese, Japanese and Korean dishes, offering you a wide selection of menu items.  The menu for the restaurant was created by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, so you already know that the menu is unique and delicious.  If you love sushi, Morimoto Asia takes the greatest care than any restaurant in Walt Disney World to provide the best prepared sushi down to perfecting the rice that used.

2. Restaurant Marrakesh: Morocco Pavilion, Epcot’s World Showcase

The restaurant is beautiful and features amazing Moroccan delicacies and flavors.  Guests really do get to dine like a Sultan while experiencing their meal.  There are hearty, seasoned meats with a variety of different options.  We recommend ordering the Taste of Morocco, so that you get a trial of multiple courses for the meal.

1. Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’: The Landing, Disney Springs

The food at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ is amazing! The menu features comfort food that are created from Florida-inspired cuisine.  The menu is created by award winning chef, Art Smith using the freshest Florida flavors. The Art’s Famous Fried Chicken is some of the best fried chicken that you will experience!  We also love the unique combination of the Fried Chicken & Doughnuts.

About Christy Caby

I am a long time Disney addict! This love began as a child and stayed with me in my teen years. I completed the Disney College Program, was engaged and honeymooned at Disney, visited WDW while pregnant with each of our two boys, and have brought our boys since they were babies (they are now 5 and 2). We have over 10 Disney World vacations under our belt. Our recent adventure was a big move from St. Louis, MO to Florida! We knew that we needed more Disney magic that just a couple times of year, and we worked hard to make it happen! Now we hit the parks almost every weekend! We are working to dine at every location, experience every attraction and look for every hidden Mickey! We want to be able to say that we have one it all! We are branching into the Cruise Line and are planning a trip to Disneyland in California next year. To say that we are Disney addicts may be an understatement. When I am not at WDW with my family, I am reading Disney blogs and news, crafting (usually Disney décor for our home), planning Disney vacations for others or working on my dissertation for my doctoral program. I am a Project Manager by profession, so I have mastered fitting everything into a tight schedule! We feel we lead an exciting life where we get to spend a lot of time together doing what we love! I love being able to this love and Disney magic with everyone else so that others can make the most of whatever time they get to have at the most magical place on earth!