To say this is one of the most underrated restaurants on Disney property is not to say it’s a knockout. But its open kitchen is careful to source truly fresh food and deliver a good time in a theme-parky environment. Sustainable seafood is its principal domain, but it also does plenty of land-based meats. Although it was undergoing renovation at press time, the entree of note has long been the potato-wrapped red snapper, which should tell you about the carbohydrated concessions a fresh-ingredient kitchen must make to keep the booths packed in Orlando. The AbracadaBar cocktail lounge is attached.