While Disney and Universal are often assumed as places only children can enjoy, I went to Disney World and Universal over spring break and had the best time. Of course that wasn't just because of the magic in the air or the amazing rides. Oh no, these parks are actually foodie heaven! So I have compiled a list of restaurants you should try if you are planning to go there anytime soon. All of these restaurants are unique and everyone in your group should be able to find something yummy to enjoy.
This place is great if you're looking for somewhere cheap and quick. It is located in Disney Springs and the restaurant has a lot of interesting kinds of pizza. Go with the kids and let them get the classic cheese or pepperoni while you can experiment with their plethora of pizza toppings. I had the pizza with pancetta and a creamy sauce and it was so delicious!
Where else can you get yummy pasta and wine after a long day of riding roller-coasters other than Epcot? At Tutto Italia Ristorante in Italy, Epcot you can get your Italian food fix. However, this place is a little expensive, so if you're looking to save some money you should check out this article and figure out how to spend less than $25 a day on food.
If you're a Forrest Gump fanatic then obviously this place is a must-go, but it's also perfect if you're in the mood for some seafood and tropical drinks. I got the fish and chips and it was SO tasty! Who would've thought such a huge tourist attraction would actually have amazing food? Also, the waiters and waitresses will ask you a few trivia questions regarding Forrest Gump, so you better brush up on your Forrest Gump facts if you don't want to embarrass yourself.
Do you like burgers? How about sushi? If you answered yes to either of those questions then you should definitely try The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar at Universal Citywalk. Seriously, where else in the world can you get two of life's greatest pleasures- sushi and burgers??? This unique restaurant has options for everyone, so you really can't go wrong.
If you're looking for a not so expensive, but also delicious and classy place to eat after a long day at the parks, you should check out the Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom. I had the shrimp mac and cheese and it was absolutely delicious. They specialize in seafood, but also have plenty of other options so that everyone in your party will be satisfied.
Now you're ready for your next trip to "The Happiest Place on Earth" and Universal Studios! You truly will be happy after you're full from all of these restaurants. But, do us all a favor and wait to digest before you get on any of the rollercoasters. No guarantees about how this food will taste coming back up. Have fun!