The restaurant is split into areas with tables in each area. We were sat in the fire area. We were near the kitchen which is designed to look like it is on fire and we were surrounded by dinosaurs. The ceiling above us was made to look like the sky.
The food was nice. I wish I could say it was amazing but for the price I would expect better. I guess you are paying for the environment. I had the mushroom ravioli which was actually a welcome change to the usual vegetarian option of a burger so I was pleased. My daughter wasn’t keen on her vegetable pasta, she said it was bland. My son liked his cheeseburger. There were no fries on offer but we couldn’t work out if they had run out or if that was the norm. The strawberry lemonade was delicious!
Every now and again the restaurant darkens and there is an asteroid storm. The dinosaurs become quite loud and move more than usual.
There is a lot going on and a lot to look at.
The restaurant is very large and can get busy.
My son seemed to cope for most the meal, he got pretty stressed with the kids menu choices and was a bit on edge. Straight afterwards when we left he had a meltdown over something very small and I’m sure it is because he was overstimulated in the restaurant.
The car park is for the whole of Disney Springs and you need to walk to the restaurant. Disney Springs can feel quite crowded to walk through.
T-Rex is a dinosaur themed restaurant at Disney Springs, Orlando. You do not need a Disney ticket to visit Disney Springs.