Valid Admission and Park Reservation for Same Park on Same Date Required
Enjoy intimate dining and spectacular views of a living coral reef—and the 4,000 amazing sea creatures who call it home!
An Important Message
In addition to a confirmed dining reservation, in-park dining at table-service restaurants requires a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date for each person in your party ages 3 and up. Dining reservations do not guarantee admission to the park. Learn more about dining options during the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort.
Dive in to ocean-fresh specialties from around the globe or feast on classic gourmet favorites.
Start off with a sumptuous appetizer like lobster bisque. Then, select from our seasonal menu, where entrées may include sautéed shrimp and grits or oven-roasted chicken breast. Small fries will love our kid-friendly fare featuring the grilled fish, grilled chicken or the Jr. Reef Steak.
Cap off your meal with one of our extraordinary desserts such as mixed berry mousse or The Chocolate Wave.
Advance reservations are highly recommended. Learn when advance reservations can be made.
Marvel at the multicolored magnificence of our living coral reef—all while you dine! Panoramic windows give every table an insider view into the awesome, underwater world of The Seas with Nemo & Friends.
The Seas is the largest inland saltwater environment ever built, and holds enough water to fill 54 Olympic-sized swimming pools! The meticulously crafted habitat has been designed by marine scientists to enrich the lives of the 4,000-plus sea creatures—85 species of tropical fish!—that call The Seas home.
As you dine, be sure to look for sharks, sea turtles and rays as they swim in this wondrous coral reef. You may even spot a scuba-diving Mickey enjoying the underwater fun!
And did you know? Coral reefs are crucial to the biodiversity of the world's oceans. They cover less than 1% of the ocean floor, but provide food and shelter to over 25% of all ocean creatures—up to 2 million species! Disney scientists and conservationists are working hard in Florida and around the world to preserve endangered species like sharks, sea turtles and coral.
Explore the exquisitely colorful world of coral reefs—home to 25% of all ocean species.
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