You can find Fulton’s Crab House docked at the waterfront of Disney Springs’s Pleasure Island – you can’t miss it, it’s a huge riverboat (a replica actually). At night, the boat lights up and becomes a shining beacon, luring guests in for a signature dining experience.
There’s nothing quite like eating fresh seafood right on a boat. You get that special feel of the waves, the wind, the … maybe not. Eating at Fulton’s is the best of both worlds. You get to enjoy the feel of being on a boat and you don’t have to worry about getting sea sick.
Beautiful Sunset over Fulton’s Crab House
Photo by Scott Smith
About the Fulton’s
Fulton’s Crab House serves lunch and dinner each day, and features freshly caught seafood imported from all over the world (there are meat and veggie options too). It’s a quiet spot for a romantic evening or a family get-together (there are even some great menu options just for kids). The food might be upscale but the atmosphere is still casual enough to be comfortable.
Located at Pleasure Island just across the bridge from the Marketplace, you’ll find Fulton’s Crab House between Portobello and T-Rex Cafe. If you’re using Walt Disney World transportation, you can get off at the West Side stop and cross to Pleasure Island on the middle bridge that leads from the parking lot to Raglan Road, then head to your right and you’ll be there in a jiffy!
You’ll find plenty of history aboard this ship – cross the gangplank into the nautical dining room brimming with fish–inspired folk art and you’ll feel like you’ve been transported onto a real river boat. And because every boat needs a good name, you might be interested to know that at one time this very boat was named Empress Lilly, after Uncle Walt’s wife Lillian.
Calamari, Crab Cakes, Portobello Mushroom Fries, Clams and Mussels, Lobster Corn Dogs ($9-15)
Stone Crab Lounge Raw Bar
Shrimp Cocktail, Ahi Tuna Tartar, Crab Ceviche ($14-15)
Cold Water Oysters ($2.25 each)
Seafood Tower ($45-90)
Soup and Salad
Lobster bisque, New England Clam Chowder, Ahi Tuna Cobb, Asian Chicken Salad, House Salad, Caesar Salad ($7-18)
Fish Tacos, Fried Seafood Combo, Fish and Chips, Chilled Seafood Trio, Herb Grilled Chicken ($13-24)
Lobster and Shrimp Roll, Crab cake BLT, Steakhouse Burger, Chicken Ciabatta, Po-Boy ($11-20)
Half Sandwich and a cup of soup or salad ($13)
Brick Chicken, Pork Osso Bucco, Cowboy Ribeye, Filet Mignon ($23-45)
Dungeness Crab, Snow Crab Legs, Alaska King Crab, Lobster ($31-58)
Ultimate Crab and Lobster Experience ($92-184)
Shrimp and Grits, Seafood Combo, Crab Cakes, Salmon, Yellowtail Snapper ($27-35)
Dinner Sides to Share
Baked Potato, Mashed Potato, Creamed Spinach, Grilled Asparagus, Lobster Mac and Cheese, Sauteed Button Mushrooms ($6-15)
Kids (9 and under)
Filet Mignon, Chicken Tenders, Fish of the Day, Snow Crab Legs, Baby Shrimp Pasta, Hamburger, Spaghetti, Mac and Cheese ($8-14)
Veggie Sticks, Fruit, Fries ($3-4)
Tollhouse Cookie Sundae, Chocolate Crème Brulee, Key Lime Pie, Flourless Chocolate Cake, Bread Pudding, Root Beer Float ($8-11)
If you want to eat at Fulton’s Crab House, it’s best to make an Advanced Dining Reservation – find out how at …
Disney Dining Plan
Fulton’s Crab House accepts Disney Dining Plan credits, but since it’s a Signature Dining location, a meal here will cost you two Table Service credits. Dad’s not a fan of using two table service credits (it’s almost never worth it) so it might be a better idea to pay for this meal out of pocket – especially if you’re going for lunch.
The reviews for Fulton’s Crab House are mixed – folks love the atmosphere but the food seems to be a hit or miss.
Dad’s Bottom Line
I really had a great time at Fulton’s and really enjoyed the food. The atmosphere and service were amazing. It’s a beautiful place for a special meal.