Pinocchio Village Haus

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The Pinocchio Village Haus has one of the most unique views of all the Disney restaurants. It sits right next to It’s a Small World and has an tables that overlook the loading area of the ride.



Lodged deep in the back of Fantasyland, this Magic Kingdom gem has a menu that doesn’t match the decor. The sign, the decor they all scream “I’m a nice sit down great German food restaurant”. Unfortunately, the menu screams Disney pizza.


Beautiful – photo by Matthew Cooper


Pinocchio Village Haus is tucked away in the back of Fantasyland right next door to It’s a Small World. In fact there ars some tables where you can sit and watch the ride load without having to hear that annoying song.


The restaurant opens daily at 10:30. Closing time changes depending on the Magic Kingdom’s hours.


The menu is the same for both Lunch and Dinner and the prices are the same. (That’s a good thing.)


Pizza’s come in individual sizes. Meals that include a drink and a tossed salad are available. There are three types, Vegetable, Cheese and Pepperoni. An individual serving costs between $6.00 and $6.50. The meal costs between $8.00 and $8.50.


Six and eight piece Chicken Nugget meals are available with fries or apple slices for $7.00 for 6 or $8.00 for 8.


A Chicken Ceaser or Mediterranean Salad is available for $7.25.

Side orders

Side orders include French Fries, Figaro Fries (which include bacon and cheese), or a Mixed Green Salad. Side orders cost between $2.50 and $3.69.


Desserts include Chocolate Cake and Strawberry Cheesecake or Strawberry Yogart. Desserts

Children’s Menu

All meals include choice of 2 side items: carrot sticks, grapes or applesauce and a choice of 1% Mickey Milk, small bottled water, or apple juice.


Meal Choices

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • Macaroni and Cheese
  • Cheese Pizza

Chocolate Chip Cookie, French Fries or Soft Drink substituted upon request

Disney Quick Service Restaurant

This restaurant is considered a Quick Service Resturant for the Disney Dining Plan.


All Disney Restaurants are non-smoking.

Magic Kingdom Dining

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Dad’s Bottom Line

What is there to say? It’s standard Disney World fast food. The pizza’s are pretty good.