If you've qualified for i95's Christmas in Disney Contest, I'm sure you've begun your research on where to chow down.

After researching four different websites to lead me to the Top 5 Best Restaurants in Disney's Magic Kingdom, here are my findings.

  • 5

    Le Cellier Steakhouse - Disney's Magic Kingdom

    With a 4.6/5 score from 159 Google reviews, Le Cellier locks up the #5 slot. They get rave reviews for their steaks, Prince Edward Island Mussels, the cheese risotto. along with their 5 star service. Le Cellier is located inside the Canadian Pavillion.

  • 4

    The Plaza Restaurant- Main St. USA

    The Plaza Restaurant, according to msn.com is the very best eatery to grab a casual meal in the Magic Kingdom. It's also the least expensive option to get a table service meal in the park. I've never had the pleasure of tasting Figaro Fries, but according to the disneytouristblog.com., "if these tasty morsels don't make you share a tear of joy, you must be frozen," whatever that means!

  • 3

    Jungle Navigation Co. LTD. Skipper Canteen - Adventureland

    The Jungle Navigation Restaurant earns a 4/5 with Yelp reviewers. The eatery is jungle themed as if you were on a wildlife expedition. The food is unique, reasonably priced, and usually not packed with park goers. If you'd like a way-over-the-top-review, go to disneytouristblog.com.

  • 2

    Cinderella's Royal Table - Cinderella's Castle

    Cinderella's Royal Table restaurant is a table service princess character eatery. The cuisine is American bordering on fine dining. According to Yelp reviewers, at least three different princesses visit your table throughout the course of your meal and they all stay true to their character. The food is described as unique and delicious but a bit pricey. To get an in depth review, go to disneytouristblog.com.

  • 1

    Be Our Guest - Fantasyland

    Every website I searched to find the best restaurants in Disney's Magic Kingdom, every single one pointed to the Be Our Guest Restaurant. One of the first things I read was to make reservations way ahead of time. This is a palatial French eatery featuring all the aesthetic luxury that comes with a gourmet restaurant. Made up of 3 main rooms, this 550 seat restaurant is over the top when it comes to Disney decor. Remember it is in Fantasyland. Almost every Yelp review I read raved about the opulent atmosphere of the restaurant but I got the impression that the food didn't measure up to the atmosphere. Reviews were mixed on Yelp, but it still came in at a 4/5 from a total of 914 reviews. For a play by play review, hit up disneytouristblog.com.