I just love Olivia's, it really is like coming home. The team are friendly, they remember you from visit to visit and always have time to talk.
New improved menu on this visit - fantastic Cheddar & Beer soup, thank you chef - can't wait to return.
I always stay at the Old Key West and the food at Olivia's is delicious! I know some people are saying that the "theme" of the restaurant isn't that great, but i think it goes very well with the theme of the entire resort. The breakfast is AMAZING! Their pastries and grits are unbelievable! I would highly recommend this restaurant!
I thought it had some of the best food I've had on property. Not the most exciting place in terms of theming (feels like a typical seafood restaurant), but really good eats.
The best item on the menu has to be the grouper! The crab cakes were also very delious. The key lime pie was very much real and is also made there! It is very relaxed and fits the resort well.
There are better places to eat at WDW than here. The food is not bad, but it's not all that great either. The atmosphere is bland. Not exactly up to WDW standards. Don't go out of your way to eat here. If you are looking for seafood try Fulton's Crab House at Downtown Disney.
I love Olivias! A lil too expensive for me to eat there all the time when I stay at Old Key West, but its great to do once in a while! I definately reccomend it for first timers!
the only thing worst than eating here once was eating here twice. Both times the food was not close to being Disney quality. I guess since its the only sit down at OKW who cares.
the vertical fans in the main dining room are the best!!!! lol this was the 1st thing i did at OKW and it really helped me get into the disney mood. try the cesear salad and the cheese burger. both are really good
Olivia's Cafe is one of the best resort restaurants out there. Not the greatest but pretty darn close to it. Some of the items on the menu are a little too different for my taste but I enjoy what is given that I do like. The 1/2 pound burger is the best!!
This is a truly low key treasure. Especially good for late dinner, like the disney version of a cozy, home cookin type diner
The only restaurant at Old Key West has an interesting, if limited, menu. Olivia's is laid back, moderately expensive and rarely crowded. I've encountered some exceptionally friendly CM's here. If you go, take note of the pictures of DVC members that line the walls. While you are there, try the Key Lime Pie.
EATEN THERE 4 OR 5 TIMES. NOT UP TO WDW STANDARDS!!!