Restaurant prices- mostly the same?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by KJay, Nov 26, 2010.

  1. KJay

    KJay DIS Veteran

    Jun 22, 2010
    Are there any (table service) restaurants in the parks that are more affordable than others, or are they all roughly in the same range? I know there are several that are more expensive, but I've never heard of any that are less expensive!
  2. Lauralooneyfordisney

    Lauralooneyfordisney DIS Veteran

    Sep 14, 2010
    Buffets tend to be cheaper. You can check all the prices for the restaurants on the menus at Deb's site is great about keeping up to date.
  3. ShellyLynn3630

    ShellyLynn3630 DIS Veteran

    Feb 2, 2005
    A lot of the buffet prices are astronomically high though. Its absurd!!!!!!
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  5. BoosGram

    BoosGram Better than a candygram....I tink, therefore I am.

    Sep 14, 2005
    Some are not quite as expensive as others, for instance, the Plaza Restaurant in MK is relatively cheap as compared to Chefs de France in Epcot. I suggest you go to this link,, and check out the menus of the ones you're interested in. Depending on how much you eat, the buffets may not be that big a bargain for you.
  6. MyTwoPrincesses

    MyTwoPrincesses DIS Veteran

    Sep 1, 2009
    We thought Sci Fi's lunch menu was reasonable (several choices under $20). Sanaa is reasonable (several choices under $20, even at dinner). The Chefs de France prix fixe lunch deal isn't bad either. I find buffets expensive. I really don't know why people say they aren't... Via Napoli is affordable if you share pizzas. You can feed a family of 4 for under $40 if you order 1 really large pizza. The Plaza and Rose and Crown are inexpensive too.
  7. ZoZo

    ZoZo DIS Veteran

    Jun 16, 2005
    Yep - go on this site and check out menu options and prices. The menus (and prices) can vary greatly from restaurant to restaurant.
  8. Eeyore's Pal

    Eeyore's Pal Trading pins since before there were rubber backs

    Nov 14, 1999
    I think it's worthwhile to check the menus also to see the prices of the various offerings. Someone choosing steak is going to be at the top of the price range, while someone ordering chicken will be at the other end of the range -- and that can be a $5-$8 difference on the entree.
  9. pampam

    pampam DIS Veteran

    Aug 13, 2003
    For dinner buffet, go to Shades of Green, Garden Gallery, $13.00-$18.00 depending on which day you go. It's bit of a walk from the Poly, but quite do-able. About a 7 minute walk. or, take the bus from TTC.
  10. ksbean

    ksbean Mouseketeer

    Jun 24, 2006
    Depends on if you want lunch or dinner. We like Liberty Tree Tavern, Chef De France, Rose and Crown, Sci Fi, 50's Prime Time, Grand Floridian Cafe, Tony's as a few for lunch. Plaza prices are reasonable all day long. The buffet prices are less for lunch than dinner. Mainly as someone else mentioned check out the menus at allearsnet or here to get an idea of what is offered at each and to get an idea of prices.

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