From juicy burgers and elegant pastries to hand-crafted chocolates and freshly made poutine, there is something for every palette, craving, and appetite at Disney Springs.
Here are some of our favorites that you absolutely need to try at least once!
(Please note that these are the best Disney Springs foods that I’ve tried as of today, but once I experience something new and delicious, I’ll be sure to add it to the list.)
Best Food at Disney Springs
So, with that being said, here are the best things to eat at Disney Springs.
1. Gideon’s Cookie
Not gonna lie, I wasn’t a huge fan of Gideon’s at their original location. But after trying it again at Disney Springs, I was hooked. Not because their chocolate chip cookie hit the spot, but because their peanut butter cookie was crazy good along with the peanut butter double iced chocolate cake. Insanely good. (Gideon’s Bakehouse)
2. Morimoto Sushi
Best sushi in Central Florida hands down. Best of all, they even offer super rare fished shipped in from Japan on their ever-changing dinner menu. It’s honestly amazing. Pricey, but well worth it. (Morimoto Asia)
3. Morimoto Spare Ribs
Rib addiction at its finest. So tender. So juicy. So zingy. Delicious. (Morimoto Asia)
4. Sprinkles Sundae
Choose any cupcake and any ice cream and they’ll combine it into an awesome sundae! But if ice cream ain’t you thing, then a cupcake on its own is equally as good. (Sprinkles)
5. Everglazed Donuts
Better than Voodoo Donuts. Big, fluffy, fresh, and uniquely flavored. (Everglazed Donuts and Cold Brew)
6. Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake
This cake is seriously insanely good. This literally ruined all other cakes for me. No joke. (Gideon’s Bakehouse)
7. Ger’s Bread and Butter Pudding
A unique take on bread pudding. (Raglan Road)
8. Fried Chicken (but mostly the mac and cheese)
The fried chicken from Homecoming Kitchen is so good especially when you dip it in their house hot sauce. However, the mac cheese is on a whole different level. You just gotta try it for yourself. (Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Kitchen)
9. Hummus Small Plate
I don’t really care for hummus at all, but this one from Wine Bar George is the only exception. This hummus is mixed with olive oil and chipotle and paired with naan bread and cucumber. Just be sure to ask for extra bread! It also goes well with their mac and cheese bites! (Wine Bar George)
10. Steak Frites
Well seasoned, tender skirt steak paired with fries. It’s a great, “light” meal for lunch. (Wine Bar George)
11. Any flavor of Salt and Straw Ice Cream
Handmade ice cream in wildly spectacular flavors. Try the Olive Oil. It’s so weird, yet kinda good. (Salt & Straw)
12. Blaze Pizza
It’s not gonna be the best pizza you’ve ever had, but for a place that gets you a customized pie in less than 4 minutes, it definitely deserves a spot on this list. Plus they also have Blue Sky Root Beer which is fantastic!
13. Hummingbird Cake
Pineapple banana cake topped with cream cheese frosting and paired with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. I love this cake but by the time I get to dessert at Homecoming, I can’t even enjoy the cake. My advice is to order the cake first as an appetizer. No joke. (Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Kitchen)
14. Chicken Guy Chicken Tenders
How does Guy Fieri make his chicken tenders stand out? By offering 22 signature dipping sauces! (Chicken Guy)
15. Southern Classic Burger
Juicy burger topped with pimento cheese, bacon, and a deep-fried pickle. (D-LUXE Burger)
16. 49th and Broadway
By far the best all around cheesecake at Disney Springs or even Disney property in general. It’s just so smooth and creamy that you’ll fall in love at the first bite.
Get it from Amorette’s Patisserie.
Freshly made fries topped with beef gravy and cheese curds. It’s so good. (The Daily Poutine).
18. Avant-Garde (Gluten Free)
Chocolate chiffon caked topped with chocolate crumble and a gold flake. Plus it’s gluten free!
19. Chocolate from the Ganachery
Hand crafted chocolates made fresh everyday. (The Ganachery)
20. El Diablo Burger
Chorizo and signature blend patty topped with fried banana peppers, pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, and chipotle mayonnaise.
21. Peanut Butter Snickers Pie
Peanut butter mousse pie topped with Snickers, whipped cream, and chocolate/caramel sauce in an Oreo cookie crust. (City Works Restaurant)
22. Amorette’s Petite Cake
Eleven layers of red velvet cake, chocolate cake, cherry mousse, chocolate mousse, raspberry pate de fruit and italian buttercream. Pricey but decadent. (Amorette’s Patisserie)
23. Sunset on Mile Marker 0
A delicious key lime tarte.
24. Strawberry Fields of O.C.
Lemon curd, strawberry mouse, and basil sugar. (Amorette’s Patisserie)
25. STK Steak
Now this place is the ultimate hit and miss. Sometimes the steaks are incredible, sometime’s they are just okay. Regardless, the steak is a winner. (STK Steakhouse)
26. Lobster Corn Dogs
These are so unique and tasty. (Paddlefish)
27. Loaded Fries
Something about the cheese sauce just take these crinkle cut fries to the next level. (Splitsville)
28. Jumbo Lumped Crab Topped Fries
Smothered in Louie dressing. (Paddlefish)
29. Chocolate Dipped Waffle Cone Ice Cream
The best ice cream bargain at Ghirardelli. It’s huge and affordable! Less than $5 to be exact.
30. Peanut Butter Ice Coffee
Not food but man, this iced coffee made with oat milk paired with a cookie hits the spot. (Gideon’s Bakehouse).
31. Around the World Tray
Like number 25, although this isn’t food, this Coke sampler is amazing. Get to experience 16 sparkling and still beverages from around the world. Plus you can even get them as floats! (Coca-Cola Store)
Thanks for reading and hopefully you enjoy some of these delicious foods from Disney Springs.
Please feel free to share your favorites by leaving a comment below or tagging me in your food photos on Instagram! (@adambryan)