Go ahead and put this one on the Orlando dining to do list as it is spectacular for seafood. I think the view from up top on the boat out over this attraction area near Disney is amazing. Part of your restaurant selection should be focused on which ones give you free entertainment just with the view.
This is the kind of place where you're not squirming or the kids aren't squirming to get out of here. That might be the best part of going to dinner in the city of Theme Parks where dining is way more creative than traditionally. You won't be able to miss this location once you're in the area because as you're walking up near it you will be surprised at how large of a boat this is sitting on the docks.
It's a grand thing to see and do, for fresh seafood from ports worldwide. The motto of the restaurant is to only select the choices cuts of beef and use the freshest of local seafood. Go here for the wine, the great seafood, or just the tremendous vibe that the Disney Springs Restaurants provide. When you get to the food you know it's gonna prepared extra special because that is a signature trademark. I am extremely happy once I get my clam chowder delivered, just so tasty and rich with flavor.
For me it's hard to go to seafood restaurant without starting out with a little bit of clam chowder do get me in the seafood mood. Hot clam chowder and a lobster grilled cheese sandwich is the perfect combination and it doesn't sting the wallet. Lunch is good at all these fancy Disney area restaurants where you get to experience everything at a lower price point. On the menu is something they call the hook and sinker which is where you create your own sandwich and you pick out the type of salad and soup to go with it.
When grouper is in season in Florida, this is a good time to get the blackened grouper sandwich which is just like they make down in the Florida Keys. It's family friendly and fun, with outstanding sightseeing views so pick a good table.