Okay, I’ll shoot straight. For some reason this was not high on my “to eat” list at Disney world. In fact, I’m not sure if I would have gotten around to it had it not been ranked #1 on Disney food blog. So as we were making last minute reservations for our spontaneous trip, I decided, “eh, why not?”
To say I was blown away by the quality of this restaurant would be an understatement.
When we first checked in, we were quickly greeted and only had to wait 5 minutes for our table to be ready. Immediately I realized that I LOVED the atmosphere. The theming was on point and it had a nice cozy feel to it.
The restaurant serves its food “Family Style”, which is code for way more food than anyone could ever eat(even at Disney). First our waiter brought out bread, butter, and a delicious salad. I also opted for a delicious glass of merlot. I had to forcibly stop myself from eating all of the appetizers, because I knew I needed to save enough room for the entree. Spoiler alert: I did not save enough room.
Finally it was time for lunch! This consisted of:
- Green beans
- Mashed potatoes
- Cranberry Sauce
- Macaroni and cheese
- Oven Roasted Pork, Pot Roast, and Turkey Breast
Essentially it had everything you could ever want from a Thanksgiving meal. I’ll let the pictures do the talking, since I can’t find the words to express how good it was!
Lastly, we were served their famous, “Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake”. We had heard that this was a favorite, and we see why! I can honestly can say this is the best dessert I have EVER had! No, I am not exaggerating. My husband doesn’t agree that it is his favorite of all time, but he does agree that it is the best we have ever had at Disney world.
Liberty Tree Tavern is now high on my list of favorites at Disney! It is easily in my top 3! If you have a trip coming up, I highly suggest snagging a reservation.
What are some of your favorite places to eat at Disney?