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Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Entrée Range

Dinner: Adult $49


An oft-forgotten signature restaurant, Narcoossee’s outpaces upscale competitors around Walt Disney World in delivering both impeccable service and outstanding food. You’ll certainly pay a hefty price for a meal here, but the quality, fresh ingredients shine on every dish. Servers expertly pace your meal to allow viewing opportunities for Magic Kingdom’s fireworks and the Electrical Water Pageant, so aim for a later reservation in the evening for both dinner and a show.

Setting and Atmosphere

Situated on the waterfront of the Seven Seas Lagoon at the far end of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, Narcoossee’s may not impress with its simple wood finishes and plain-bordering-on-sparse décor inside, but the lagoon and Magic Kingdom views and outdoor wraparound porch certainly bring a bit of ambience to the restaurant. Though slightly cramped and occasionally loud, the dim lighting and finely appointed tableware make for a romantic date night or a classy brunch affair.

House Specialties

It’s hard to go wrong with any of the fresh seafood selections, but the flown-in-daily steamed Maine lobster or butter-poached twin lobster tails definitely take the top spot of must-try entrees. Local shrimp shine in seasonal pasta dishes and appetizer shrimp and grits. Asian-inspired ahi tuna or pan-seared Georges Bank day boat scallops may also strike your fancy. For those sticking to land animals, the duck and filet mignon are excellent, but seafood really dominates the favorites here. For dessert, look for the perfectly-executed crème brulee.

Other Recommendations

Maine lobster bisque and Prince Edward Island mussels start any meal off well, and the signature Narcoossee’s Candy Bar will satisfy any chocolate lover. Don’t miss the lobster mac and cheese and loaded mashed potatoes on the sides menu – both are worth the splurge. Sunday Brunch is a must-do, with upscale takes on classic breakfast entrees and extravagant cocktails.



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Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
Tables in Wonderland 20% All All
WDW Passholder 10% All All