Ranking Disney World Dining with the Disney Visa Discount

The Disney Visa Cards from Chase offer some great vacation discounts. One of those discounts gets you 10% off at some Disney dining locations. At Disney World, the Disney Visa dining discount is limited to 24 locations.

To help you decide which restaurants you should choose, we decided to use Yelp to rank Disney World dining with the Disney Visa discount. Here are all 24 locations ranked by Yelp customer reviews.

*** You must have your Disney Visa card with you to get the discount.

Ranking Disney World Dining with the Disney Visa Discount

1) Sanaa

Location: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village

You can’t go wrong when dining at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. And, you’ll get the Disney Visa dining discount at three of their marquee restaurants. Request a table near the savanna at Sanaa for a great chance to see one of the animals up close.

2) Jiko – The Cooking Place

Location: Animal Kingdom Lodge

You’ll need the 10% discount on your bill at Jiko. It’s a perennial favorite for Disney dining, but it will put a dent in your travel budget. We love eating at Jiko without the kids as a special occassion for just the adults.

3) Boma – Flavors of Africa

Location: Animal Kingdom Lodge

You can’t say Boma without saying Zebra Domes. At least we’ve never found anyone who could. This popular buffet at Animal Kingdom is home to this fan favorite dessert.

4) Le Cellier Steakhouse (Lunch Only)

Location: Epcot – Canada Pavillion

It was once among the most sought after reservations at Disney World. Le Cellier is in the pantheon of great dining options at Epcot. We love it when you want an upscale option in an intimate setting away from the noise and commotion of the park. Plus, the Cheddar Cheese Soup is legendary.

5) Citricos

Location: Grand Floridian Resort

One of three Grand Floridian options on this list, Citricos is sometimes overlooked. While Victoria & Albert’s is the premier Disney dining experience and Narcoosee is one of the best places to see fireworks, Citricos is highly-rated signature dining experience.

6) Narcoossee’s

Location: Grand Floridian Resort

If you’re going to combine dining and fireworks, there are three main options: Narcoossee’s, O’hana, and California Grill. Another of Grand Floridian options, Narcoossee’s is a great option for that romantic night out.

7) Rose & Crown Dining Room (Lunch Only)

Location: Epcot – UK Pavilion

For those days when you can’t live without a Shepherd’s Pie. I’m not sure anyone actually has those days, but Rose & Crown is a fun British style pub minus soccer fans screaming at the telly.

8) Flying Fish

Location: Disney’s Boardwalk

A fine dining favorite, dinner at the Flying Fish followed by a stroll along the Boardwalk at night, is a great way to spend any evening.

9) Biergarten

Location: Epcot – Germany Pavilion

Eat schnitzel in a Bavarian village. Where else in the world could you possibly do that? Biergarten is one of the top 10 uniquely themed restaurants in Disney World (in our humble opinion).

10) Cape May Café

Location: Beach Club Resort

Cape May Cafe is a New England-style buffet restaurant with a character breakfast option. It also offers a brunch and seafood dinner buffet.

11) Whispering Canyon Café

Location: Wilderness Lodge

Yes, they’ve toned down some of the antics at Whispering Canyon, but it’s still a great place to eat if you enjoy a participatory dining experience with hijinks.

12) Artist Point

Location: Wilderness Lodge

This fine dining restaurant with food from the Pacific Northwest, Artist Point is your choice for salmon in Orlando.

13) Kona Café

Location: Polynesian Village Resort

Often overlooked because of ‘Ohana and Trader Sam’s, Kona Cafe is a solid choice not enough people take advantage of when visiting the Polynesian.

14) Grand Floridian Café

Location: Grand Floridian Resort

They call it casual dining, but the Grand Floridian Cafe has salmon on the kids on the menu. This beautiful Victorian restaurant is a solid option at Disney World premier resort.

15) Trail’s End

Location: Fort Wilderness Resort

At Trail’s End, you’ll basically get the same food as the Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue without paying for the show.

16) The Turf Club Bar and Grill

Location: Saratoga Springs

Made to look like an old race track clubhouse, The Turf Club Bar and Grill is not a popular restaurant but it gets solid reviews.

17) The Hollywood Brown Derby

Location: Hollywood Studios

There aren’t many good food options in Hollywood Studios. Although expensive, The Hollywood Brown Derby is definitely one of your best options.

18) Coral Reef (Lunch Only)

Location: Epcot – The Seas

Everyone wishes this restaurant was better. The Coral Reef has exceptional ambiance with somewhat underwhelming food.

19) The Wave… of American Flavors

Location: Contemporary Resort

You wouldn’t go out of your way to eat The Wave, but if you’re staying at the Contemporary Resort it’s not a bad option.

20) Olivia’s Cafe

Location: Old Key West Resort

If you’re staying at the Old Key West Resort, you’ll want to try the Southernmost Buttermilk Chicken at Olivia’s Cafe, at least you will if you like the combination of fried chicken and gravy as much as we do.

21) Boatwright’s Dining Hall

If you listen to Pete Werner from the Dis Unplugged, Boatwright’s Dining Hall should be torched just for offending us with the food they serve. But, others seem to have a slightly better opinion.

22) Hollywood & Vine

Location: Hollywood Studios – Echo Lake

Hollywood & Vine probably won’t be your first choice for a character breakfast, but there are worse options in Hollywood Studios which is the worst food park of them all.

23) ESPN Club

Location: Boardwalk

You only eat at the ESPN Club if a major sporting event is happening while you’re at Disney World. That’s the only reason…

24) ESPN Wide World of Sport Grill

Location: ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

One Yelp review uses the phrase “utter garbage.” That about sums up the ESPN Wide World of Sport Grill. You’d need to save more than 10% to eat here.

Disney Visa

The perks are the same whether you have the Disney Visa (no annual fee) or the Disney Premier Visa ($49 annual fee). So, you’ll save 10% on your Disney World dining with the Disney Visa regardless of which card you’re using.

The sign up bonus is also the same ($200 statement credit) as long as you use a referral link for the no annual fee version. It’s only $50 otherwise.

Neither card earns particularly well for daily purchases. The Disney Premier earns 2% back at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants and most Disney locations, and 1% on everything else. The Disney Visa earns 1% on everything.