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Underrated Restaurants at Walt Disney World (Dinner Edition)

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When it comes to Disney restaurants, all that everyone talks about is the same select few locations over and over again, but to be honest none of them are quite as good as some of the more underrated restaurants on property. Here's a list that we've put together of our top picks for underrated eats at Walt Disney World:

1. Rix Sports Bar & Grill | Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

Why we love it: Awesome sports bar in a convention hotel with unique takes on classic bar food

Must try: Waffle Fry Nachos (Watchos)

2. Ravello | Four Seasons Resort Orlando

Why we love it: Best restaurant on Disney property with the highest quality ingredients

Must try: Tomato Focaccia Bread, Meatballs, Charcuterie Board

3. Jungle Skipper Canteen Restaurant | Adventureland in Magic Kingdom

Why we love it: Best restaurant in Magic Kingdom. That's it. That's the answer.

Must try: Char Siu Pork 

4. La Hacienda de San Angel | Mexico Pavilion in Epcot

Why we love it: Best restaurant in the Mexico Pavilion, amazing view, very fresh ingredients

Must try: Corn Tortilla Soup

5. Yak & Yeti | Asia in Animal Kingdom

Why we love it: Great option for a table service or quick service dinner in Animal Kingdom

Must try: Pork Pot Stickers

6. Geyser Point Bar & Grill | Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort

Why we love it: Northern Pacific inspired menu with an amazing view of Disney

Must try: Bison Burger, Shrimp on a Wire, Pulled Pork Dip

7. Ye Sake | Disney Springs

Why we love it: One of the best quick service offerings at Disney Springs & you can even bring your food with you into the AMC at Springs!

Must try: Sushi Burrito

8. Spice Road Table | Morocco Pavilion in Epcot

Why we love it: Located in our favorite pavilion & right by our favorite Disney bar

Must try: Brie Fondue, Hummus Fries, Mixed Grill Skewers

9. Boatwright's Dining Hall | Disney's Port Orleans Riverside

Why we love it: Amazing New Orleans inspired menu & a nice change of pace from traditional American food served in the parks

Must try: Jambalaya & Nashville Hot Chicken

10. Crew's Cup | Disney's Yacht Club Resort

Why we love it: Ultimate hidden gem at our favorite resort & shares a kitchen with Yachtsman's Steakhouse

Must Try: Deviled Eggs & Prime Rib

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Let us know in the comments below what some of your favorite underrated Disney restaurants are!

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