Mom And Son On Run
  • On Sep 25, 2015
    Becky from KY Asked

    Mimi and PawPaw are FINALLY traveling w/ us for the first time and we're so excited! My father in law loves seafood & steak. What are the best "kid friendly" (4&6yo) 1 table service credit restaurants for each of these cuisines? Thanks

    Hello Becky!
    Multi-generational travel to the Walt Disney World Resort is a fantastic way to spend quality time as one big happy family! We recently took a four generation trip and we created priceless memories. We have been traveling with our children since they were the exact ages of yours- four and six! We have found that all of the dining venues are truly "kid friendly" with the only exception being Victoria & Albert' which does not allow children under 10. With that said, here are my suggestions:

    Seafood:  If it is an array of choices you crave, you can't go wrong with the Cape May Café Seafood and More Dinner Buffet. Located at Disney's Beach Club Resort, this all-you-care-to-eat experience provides never-ending crab legs, clams, mussels, and rotates (depending on the day) fried shrimp, calamari, and clam strips. A completely different seafood experience can be found at the Coral Reef Restaurant in Epcot. This venue not only offers mahi-mahi, trout, and salmon it also has a wall of windows that provides a front row view into the largest inland salt water tank teaming with sea life.

    Steaks: My favorite steak (not including signature dining locations) can be found at the Kona Café at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. It is a grilled New York Strip with....wait for it.......molasses bacon butter! YUM! Not to mention, your dinner will start out with some delectable sweet bread with macadamia nut butter. Not only is the steak great here, my daughters swear that they serve the best sushi that they have ever tasted.

    Wow, now I am hungry! See ya real soon!
    Anne

     
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Meet the Panelist: Anne, Iowa

I’m Anne, a native Iowan, wife, mother, and grandmother. For me, a major part of the fun of a Disney trip is the planning. I have traveled to the Disney Parks in multiple stages of my life, including as a daughter, sister, aunt, mother and grandmother. While I can’t pick my funniest Disney memory – either my 70-year-old mother on The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror or my 4-year-old grandson on Dinosaur – I am thrilled to be able to help other Disney guests plan their adventures. Learn More About Anne

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