Disney's Grand Floridian Resort

Entree range

$33-$75 (child $7-$15)


Narcoossee’s has excellent service, a very good wine list—and steep prices (the lobster-tail-and-steak entree costs $75). Still, it’s one of the few places at Disney with an upscale, seafood-centric menu, and one of the few where you can find fresh steamed lobster. Grab a seat at the bar if you don’t have a reservation.

Narcoossee’s Sunday Brunch is $69 per adult and $41 per child ages 3-9, plus tax. That includes a cocktail choice of champagne, mimosa, or Bloody Mary, plus pastries, appetizers, and your choice of 7 entrees, from Brioche French Toast to Lobster Eggs Benedict. Dessert rounds out the menu, in case you’re wondering if you can eat $71 worth of French toast. If you’re on the Disney Dining Plan, brunch is 2 table service credits per person.

Setting and Atmosphere

At the edge of Seven Seas Lagoon, Narcoossee’s (which gets its name from a Creek Indian word that means “little bear” and is also the name of a nearby town in Osceola County) has a prime spot on the grounds of the Grand Floridian, but the decor desperately needs updating—it hasn’t changed since the resort opened in 1988. Hardwood floors and wooden chairs and tables make it a noisy choice for dinner, but the great food and service more than make up for the ambience. Plus you can step out on the back porch for a perfect view of the nightly Electrical Water Pageant or Magic Kingdom fireworks.

House Specialties

Two-pound steamed Maine lobster, crispy whole yellowtail snapper, day boat scallops, and grilled filet mignon or Black Angus New York strip steak. Kids’ menu includes oven-roasted shrimp, grilled chicken, veggie burger, and pasta.

Other Recommendations

Barbecued grilled shrimp and grits, sustainable Carolina blue-crab cake, Narcoossee’s Candy Bar.



Requires Credit Card to Reserve: Yes
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No


Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
Tables in Wonderland 20% All All

Disney Dining Plan


Requires 2 credits