To order, please call at least 72 hours in advance of your restaurant reservation. Set aside until cool to touch, about 30 minutes. While we loved Coral Reef as well, it was packed and noisy when we visited.
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Sign In or Create Account. Magic Kingdom Park Hours. Blue Bayou attracts families… families often with small kids, and unfortunately, and this is me speaking as a mom here, some people just allow their kids to cry and cry or run around without barely blinking an eye. And I want to mention, with Blue Bayou the gumbo and the monte cristo sandwiches are raved about, but Cafe Orleans has the same dishes for a fraction of the meal price, usually delivered with faster service too.
And their fries and beignets… yum! All in all, I do not think any restaurant inside Disneyland is necessarily quiet with perhaps the exception of 33 , but if I have to shell out good money for a meal, I walk outside of Disneyland and go elsewhere.
Artist Point was exceptionally loud when we were there. We had a nice dinner, but atmosphere was greatly lacking. Yatschman has stepped their game up recently too. Artist Point ranked, for us, significantly below almost every nice resteraunt at EPCOT, all other signature resteraunts, and most lounges, especially Metzlers.
But Coral Reef, a runner up? That has to be the loudest restaurant on property. The Wave is my quiet restaurant favourite. Great food, service and a nice respite from busy theme park touring.
It was filled with screaming children at about 3: Made our experience most terrible. Brown Derby was quite as is France and Italy in Epcot. The picture of the table at Jiko?
I completely agree that Jiko is a fantastic place for quiet and amazing dining. Blue Bayou is actually pretty noisy. The food is not very good anymore, and prices are outrageous for what you get, even by Disney standards.
Carthay Circle is much more quiet. More expensive, but at least the food is closer to what you would expect for the price. My favorites for quiet dining from our WDW trip in December are: I had a much better experience at The Wave which is 1 credit.
Sanna is the forgotten restaurant. Booths are quiet, offer a good view, and one of the best meals in WDW. The best surprise quiet meal we had was on the balcony of the Pinocchio Village Haus. Our quietest meals have been at the resort restaurants in the afternoon; i. We had a disappointing meal at Artist Point. Rude waiter, some food , good some not.
Would never go again. It was fairly quiet but not a good experience. As for the honorable mention for Coral Reef… Wow, I have only ever left one written complaint in 23 years of traveling to WDW and it was about the noise, poor service, and mediocre food at Coral Reef.
Sanaa has to be one of the quietest and best restaurants at Disney World. The food is fantastic, the atmosphere and service are amazing. Jiko is awesome too.
Blue Bayou is terrible. It is loud and the food is awful. And where else can you listen to a harpist play? Not only fabulous, but quiet, relaxing, and pampering. My other votes are also Jiko, and Artist Point for a nice quiet dinner experience.