Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Breakfast $8-$16 (child $5.09), dinner $16-29 (child $9)
Setting and Atmosphere
The dining room was designed to evoke the ancient world of the Maya, achieving "a harmony of fire, sun, and water." But the idea falls short, with the fire taking the form of "flames" made of fan-blown fabric at the top of two large columns. The kitchen is open to view, but so is the barren and starkly lit walkway outside.
The breakfast buffet is gone, but the menu now offers everything from a Kobe-beef brunch burger to omelets and pancakes. to suit the resortâ€™s convention crowd, the kitchen is leaning toward expensive Tex-Mexâ€“Nuevo Latino dinner fare, such as sirloin or shrimp tacos, chicken with red peppers and an onion cream sauce, and tequila-glazed salmon with chorizo mashed potatoes.
Run by the same company that manages the restaurants at Epcot's Mexico pavilion, Maya Grill mostly caters to convention customers who are both stuck at Coronado Springs and on an expense account. Appetizers are far more interesting and cost-effective than entrees at this location.
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Disney Dining Plan
|When to go||Breakfast or dinner|
|Parking||Hotel lot; no valet|
|Breakfast Hours||Daily, 7-11 a.m.|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 5-10 p.m.|