Buffets at Walt Disney World are perfect for getting the most food for your buck in the parks. With so many dazzling options available, you're able to sample a little of everything – or just fill up on what you like best. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something to love when there's so much to choose from! Here are our top 5 buffets at Walt Disney World.

Crystal Palace at the Magic Kingdom
Join Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet for a bountiful buffet straight from the Hundred-Acre Woods. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this beautiful restaurant was modeled after the real Victorian-style Crystal Palace built in 1800s London. Since it's located inside of the Magic Kingdom, Crystal Palace offers breathtaking views of Cinderella Castle through its picturesque windows. Breakfast selections include pancakes, waffles and a create-your-own omelet station. For dinner, you can enjoy favorites like roasted carved meats and fresh pastas. No matter the meal, you can end on a sweet note with warm bread pudding, brownies, cobblers and soft-serve ice cream.

Biergarten Restaurant at Epcot
Celebrate Oktoberfest every day of the year at Biergarten in Germany, Epcot's World Showcase. This unique restaurant not only features an array of authentic-style German food and drinks, but you can enjoy live entertainment right inside the spacious dining room. You'll feel like you've entered a Bavarian village as you dine at long communal tables in front of live musicians and performers. Of course, there's always plenty of polka dancing here. Food offerings include bratwurst, rotisserie chicken, schnitzel and a variety of salads. And it wouldn't be Oktoberfest without a frosty stein of German beer. Save room for hand-pulled apple strudel for dessert, made in-house daily.

Hollywood and Vine at Disney's Hollywood Studios
The stars of Disney Junior welcome you to this classic Hollywood diner that looks like it’s straight out of the 1950s. Dining here for breakfast and lunch allows you to meet characters like Doc McStuffins and Princess Sofia, while dinner features seasonal characters including Minnie Mouse and her pals. Some of the standout lunch and dinner offerings include pork roast and baked chicken, along with comfort food side dishes like mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese. Breakfast includes creative choices you can't find anywhere else in the park, like frittatas and a breakfast potato casserole. For dessert, you can try freshly baked cakes and chocolate dipped fruits from the massive chocolate fountain on display!

Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort
Get ready for some classic American cooking, because Chef Mickey has prepared a feast fit for every family. Located in the middle of the Contemporary Resort, Chef Mickey's allows you to meet Mickey and his friends while the monorail passes overhead – right through the dining room! Dinner features a diverse collection of dishes like chili cornbread casserole, glazed salmon, carving stations and, of course, chicken nuggets for the kids. Breakfast has everything from Mickey-shaped waffles and daily specialty pancakes to western scramble and biscuits and gravy. Before heading back to the theme parks, you can create your own sundae, with your choice of ice cream, chocolate or caramel sauce and toppings!

Cape May Cafe at Disney's Beach Club Resort
Seafood lovers rejoice, because the Cape May Cafe features a New England-style clam bake every night of the week! Enjoy endless helpings of steamed clams and mussels, snow crab legs, shrimp and much more. For the non-seafood eaters in your family, the Cafe also offers pasta options, ribs and chicken dishes. This Beach Club eatery also features a wide selection of freshly prepared salads and the best bowl of clam chowder you'll ever taste. Finish your meal off with a delicious assortment of mini dessert cakes, pies and cookies. Cape May also offers a character breakfast buffet every morning, featuring Mickey and his pals, all dressed in colorful beachwear.