Disney Restaurant Review: The Plaza Restaurant

One of the trickier places for us to find a reservation, that wasn't insanely expensive or very early, was Magic Kingdom. We ended up going to Magic Kingdom on a day where the park closed at 8. So needless to say, reservations for dinner were all around 5pm. For my family, that's way too early for us to eat. We had eaten at Be Our Guest for breakfast one day, and didn't want to try for a dinner reservation then. We were also looking somewhere that wouldn't cost an arm and a leg. The Plaza fit all of our requirements. 

Located at the end of Main Street USA, right next to the bridge to Tomorrowland, The Plaza is tucked around the corner next to the ice cream shop. The restaurant itself is not very large, with only two dining rooms, however the mirrored back wall makes it seem huge. Luckily for us, we were seated right in front of the window looking out toward the castle. This made my dads wish of being able to see the fireworks perfect. Right as our dinner ended, the fireworks began and our waiter told us to stay seated and enjoy the view. 

There's a large variety of food to choose from on the menu, and we each ordered something different. I went for the vegetarian sandwich, which was good. It wasn't anything particularly exceptional, but after eating a lot of Disney food for the week, I was ready for some vegetables. The food got rave reviews from around our table, and we didn't have anything to complain about. 

Honestly, if you're looking for a value priced, sit down meal this place fits the bill to a T. This place was absolutely delicious, and a really cozy place to eat. If/when Christian comes back and we need a place to eat a sit down meal, I would definitely bring him here. 

I've written about a few other places that I've eaten at in Disney before: Captain's GrilleSci-Fi Dine-InBe Our Guest, Steakhouse 55 (in Disneyland), Via Napoli, 50's Prime Time Cafe, and Kouzzina by Cat Cora

I've also eaten at a few others that I haven't had the chance to write about (because it was long before I had a blog/a forgotten experience): Trails End, Yak & Yeti, 1900 Park Fare, Akersheus, Teppan Edo, Tutto Italia, Chefs des France, and The Wave. So if you have any questions about those please let me know! 
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