Good morning, folks. OK, so maybe I should re-title this post “Welcome to All in WDW’s Disney Restaurant of the Year”! After all, what follows is merely my humble opinion.
When I look back at where the All in WDW family dined in 2015, there are a few WDW experiences that really stand out.
For example, worlds “collided” when Mrs. All in WDW and I got the chance to share a phenomenal dinner with Dennis Conroy of the WDW Main Street Podcast and his family.
Where did we have this fantastic meal? Well, let’s just say that plenty of Bangers and Mash were enjoyed. Gotta love Rose & Crown. Right, Dennis?
But, is this All in WDW’s restaurant of the year? No. Close, but not quite.
One place that we haven’t gotten to for dinner in 2015 is the Yacht Club’s Captain’s Grille. An oversight that I aim to correct next week!
Having said that, we did dine there for breakfast a few months back. Remember my shot of Captain’s Lobster Omelet?
It was good, but it wasn’t great. What is great, however, is this under-appreciated restaurant’s Cabernet-braised Short Rib with Creamy Risotto. Actually, it isn’t great. It’s stupendous!
The single best entrée I have ever had in Walt Disney World, my friends. You have to try it once. Nonetheless, even the captain doesn’t win All in WDW’s pick for restaurant of the year.
Back in October, I published a piece about Morimoto Asia. That post even caught the notice of the restaurant itself! Mrs. All in WDW and I thoroughly enjoyed our experience.
In fact, Iron Chef Morimoto’s Kakuni Pork Bao was so good that we’ve gone back again. Steamed bun. Braised pork belly. Utterly delicious.
It’s hard for me to believe I’m going to say this, however, but Morimoto Asia isn’t All in WDW’s restaurant of the year either. What?!
In fact, we’ve frequented Splitsville, Kona Café, Sanaa, and many other great venues. All of them are outstanding. None of them win All in WDW’s 2015 “prize”!
Folks, that honor goes to, in my humble opinion, one of the best-themed restaurants in all of Walt Disney World – The BOATHOUSE!
A brand new Disney jewel, I posted my first “recon” of The BOATHOUSE back in August. Our experience there was so enjoyable, we’ve gone back again and again.
To this point, we’ve just toured through selections of the restaurant’s small plates. For example, the last time we stopped by, we shared three dishes.
When it comes to the size of this brand new restaurant and the way it’s decorated and themed by scores of boats, The BOATHOUSE really catches the eye.
Its spectacular waterside views and the quality of their food keep you coming back. When all is said and done, we feel that The BOATHOUSE deserves anyone’s “Disney Restaurant of the Year”!
What about you, my friends? What WDW venue is your “restaurant of the year”?!