Disney Mobile Ordering Comes to 15 Disney World Restaurants

A little while back, Disney started to offer mobile ordering at select Animal Kingdom restaurants (Satu’li Canteen and Pizzafari) which allowed patrons to use the My Disney Experience mobile app to order and pay for their food in advance and then be notified when it is ready.

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At the time, it was pretty clear that this was more a pilot program than a special treat. Well, it looks like the pilot was a success because it was announced this week that they will be expanding the option to five Magic Kingdom quick service restaurants as well as a number of Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs restaurants this summer.

Which Disney World Restaurants Offer Mobile Ordering?

The following Disney World Restaurants offer mobile ordering as of August 24th, 2017:

Magic Kingdom Park:


Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

Disney’s Animal Kingdom:

Disney Springs:

*Location operates seasonally.

How Does Disney World Mobile Ordering Work?

To use Mobile Order, sign in to the My Disney Experience app and tap the “Order Food” button, which lists restaurants that offer the service. Browse restaurant menus, select items, customize your order and prepay, all right through the app. Then, when you arrive at the restaurant, just tap “I’m Here, Prepare My Order” in the app, which notifies the kitchen to prepare your meal. When it’s ready, a notification will alert you to pick up your meal from the “Mobile Order Pick Up” area in the restaurant.

The only form of payment currently accepted through Mobile Order is credit card, but we’re working on adding more payment options soon. Anyone with special dietary restrictions, or those who want to use discounts or redeem dining plan entitlements must place their order with a cashier.

Here is a quick educational video that explains how Disney mobile ordering works:

More information about Disney World’s mobile ordering system can be found here.

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