The Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is now serving Thanksgiving eats. My toddler and I hopped in our spacecraft and headed over to Tomorrowland Terrace to have a Thanksgiving feast that was out of this world!
Thanksgiving Dinner – $15.99 (adult)/ $8.99 (child)
Even in Tomorrowland, you can find a delicious spread for Thanksgiving. For the dinner special, roast turkey is piled high with house-made stuffing, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, green beans and covered in turkey gravy with a side of cranberry sauce. I was pleasantly surprised by how yummy it was. The turkey was juicy and sliced thick plus with the gravy – YUM! Also, I really loved the spices in the stuffing because no one likes bland stuffing.
Roasted Turkey BLT Sandwich – $12.99
This is the ultimate roast turkey sandwich! That thickly sliced roast turkey is topped with melty gouda cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato with a slather of chipotle garlic aioli all on a fresh roll. This sandwich is “gouda” and with that special aioli – two thumbs way up! The sandwich is massive, so it is definitely big enough to share. Also, you choose your side either french fries or apple slices. The toddler wanted fries, so that is what we picked!
Pumpkin Pie Slushy – $5.95
In a nutshell, liquid pumpkin pie! I do not know how they do it, but this is your classic post-turkey dessert in a cup. Then to top it off, they add whip cream and the cutest maple leaf sugar cookie. The cookie actually reminded me of when I was little, and my mom would make pie crust cookies when she baked her pumpkin pies. But seriously, treat yo’self and DRINK THIS!
Pumpkin Pie Tart – $4.79 or 1 Snack Credit
I like to think I am a pumpkin pie aficionado, and every good pie starts with the crust. The crust was not soggy at all. It was great. The filling was evenly spiced and everything nice with that dollop of whip cream on top. This is an awesome holiday use of a snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
Forget about the stress of holiday cooking this year! The Tomorrowland Terrace in the Magic Kingdom is the place to be this turkey day. The food is scrumptious, and you can not beat the prices! Are you dining at Disney World this Thanksgiving? Post in the comments below. Stay hungry Disney friends!