Located in the Yacht Club Resort.
The menu theme is mainly surf & turf with same pasta dishes as well.
I would rate this as a good meal, but a boring experience. They brought us fresh wheat bread for the table. I had the Chef's Pasta, pappardelle with braised beef and a brown gravy style sauce. It was very good. My mom had the Wedged Romaine Salad and the Beer-braised mussels and clams. Both were also tasty (according to her). I don't have much else to say about the experience because it was just a meal, nothing extraordinary as far as ambiance or entertainment.
Located in the Animal Kingdom Resort.
An exotic mix of African recipes.
I chose this restaurant because I had heard great things about it. Whenever I have the chance to try something new and interesting I jump on it. That being said, I was less than impressed with Boma. Many of the items seemed like they were pre-packaged or non-ethnic! The pita bread is thin and dry. I prefer mine to be soft and fluffy. There were also many "American" dishes like mashed potatoes, key lime pie, and chocolate chip cookies. I expected better quality and less Americanized food. Especially because our bill came out to over $100 for two adults.
Located in the Wilderness Lodge Resort
Barbecue and American specialties.
This is a fun restaurant. I don't want to give away all the secrets of this establishment because it's exciting to see it in action. At one point they had all the men stand up and sing/dance to "I'm a Little Tea Pot." When you are seated, they will give you a chip where you can indicate that you want to participate in the fun or just watch everyone else. The food was delicious! There was too much food actually, my husband and I could have shared a plate because we both ordered the ribs. The onions rings that came with the meal were some of the best rings I have ever had. I also ordered a Pomegranate Lemonade, but I was not a fan. They use Splenda to sweeten it and I can't stand the taste of artificial sweeteners. I opted for an iced tea after that; it was good, fresh brewed taste! For desert I had the Campfire Style Gooey Cake and hubby had White Chocolate Cheesecake. Both were YUM! I highly recommend this one for people who want to have fun with dinner.
Located in EPCOT's Germany World Showcase
Traditional German Fare.
My husband and I like German food. Our favorite German eatery closed down last year, and we've been craving it ever since. So we took advantage of the opportunity when we were in EPCOT. The Germany pavilion has a great buffet restaurant. The same items are served at both lunch and dinner, so I suggest eating there for lunch because it is significantly cheaper. The venue is set up in a half circle, with a stage in the center. A traditional German band plays music, encourages dancing, and provides entertainment. Be warned that it is communal seating, so you may be at a table with other families. Some of my favorite items from this meal: baked macaroni & cheese, zesty paprika sauce on the schnitzel, roasted potatoes, spaetzle, oh I could go on! There is a beer & wine menu. I suggest getting the recommend this place for a fun meal.