Epcot is Disney’s second-largest theme park and home to a number of restaurants. In this article, we’ll cover each restaurant in-depth, including food offerings, prices, reviews from our team members, and tips for visiting with your family. There are many factors that go into choosing the right restaurant when you visit a theme park – make sure you’re prepared by reading through this guide!
Table Service – Future World
Coral Reef is one of Epcot’s most iconic restaurants. You might find yourself here for lunch or dinner after taking the Living Seas Pavilion tour, and it’ll be hard to resist a stop on your way back out.
The menu offers sustainable seafood dishes that are served with an international twist – think fresh crab cakes from Maryland or grilled tilapia with pesto from Brazil.
You’ll find plenty of fresh seafood on the menu, but it’s not all fish dishes – there are also chicken and beef entrees as well as vegetarian options for vegetarians.
The Garden Grill restaurant is the perfect place to go after a morning in Future World touring. It’s located inside of the Land pavilion. You will dine family style on a menu that is sure to please everyone. An added bonus is Mickey and his pals will come around and greet you on this slow moving turnstile restaurant. As the platform moves you will have a peek down into the Land attraction.
Space 220 COMING SOON!
The SPACE 220 restaurant should be on your list of must-try restaurants for Epcot, especially if you’re a space enthusiast.
It will be located at the front of Future World and feature dishes from around the world that were inspired by NASA astronauts in their missions into space.
Table Service – World Showcase
Akershus Royal Banquet Hall and Princess Storybook Restaurant
The Akershus Royal Banquet Hall is the perfect place to meet princesses, from Aurora and Belle to Rapunzel.
In the Biergarten, you can enjoy all of your favorite German delicacies and beverages.
Chefs de France
Chefs de France offers a French-inspired menu that features Le Ratatouille, steak frites and Coq au Vin.
Their wine list is one of the most extensive in all of Epcot with over 250 different wines to choose from!
La Hacienda de San Angel
This Mexican restaurant offers a variety of dishes that are served in traditional fashion.
There is also a full bar stocked with tequila, agave, and wine.
With an order from La Hacienda de San Angel you can enjoy one of their specialty drinks such as El Coquito.
Le Cellier Steakhouse
This popular restaurant is known for its steak and seafood. The menu features items like a seared diver scallop with butternut squash and a spiced pumpkin seeds appetizer. For the main course, you can try their USDA Prime Bone-In Ribeye which is grilled to perfection.
Monsieur Paul Restaurant (Previously Bistro de Paris)
Monsieur Paul Restaurant in Epcot is a French restaurant themed with a traditional bistro and décor.
Nine Dragons Restaurant
Nine Dragons Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant themed after the mythical nine dragons of oriental mythology.
Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue
Regal Eagle Smokehouse is a barbecue-themed restaurant with Craft Drafts and Barbecue. The restaurant features Southern-style barbecue, smoked meats and slow-roasted pork.
The menu is divided into three sections: Sides (including fried okra and macaroni & cheese), Sweet’s (with bread pudding) and Smokehouse Favorites (which includes beef brisket). The desserts are in the form of smokey BBQ treats like sweet potato casserole with marshmallow sauce or pecan pie topped with vanilla ice cream. There are also items for vegetarians including a salad made from grilled vegetables alongside roasted corn polenta cakes.
Restaurant Marrakesh is a Moroccan-themed restaurant with an open kitchen and large patio. Marrakesh’s menu features a variety of dishes with Moroccan influences as well as more traditional American fare.
Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room
Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room is a traditional British restaurant with both inside dining and outside patio seating. The inside is like a pub, with dark wood and plenty of tables to seat everyone. The menu has not changed since opening day at Epcot, but the food remains popular among guests.
Spice Road Table
This Moroccan restaurant specializes in small plates and tapas. The dishes are served as three courses, with one dish per course. You start by selecting your first plate of the evening – we recommend starting light! Then you’ll be served a second item before finishing off with dessert or coffee depending on what time it is when you visit. The food at Spice Road Table will make sure that none of your guests go hungry so if you’re hosting an event where not everyone can eat everything then this might be the perfect place for you!
Takumi-Tei is a Japanese restaurant inside the Japan pavilion in Epcot. The name of this restaurant means “house for making better friends.”
The menu includes many typical dishes from different regions and even eras throughout Japanese history, such as sushi, tempura, udon noodles, tonkatsu (somewhat like fried pork), and ramen. It also has more traditional options such as miso soup with tofu or green tea ice cream.
Teppan Edo is a Japanese restaurant with inside and outside seating. It is located in the Japan Pavilion, so it features traditional Japanese food and entertainment. Teppan Edo offers indoor or outdoor dining with views of the fireworks show on a nightly basis. This restaurant also offers Hibachi style dining.
Tokyo Dining is a Japanese restaurant with inside and outside seating.
Tokyo Dining features a wide variety of food, including tempura shrimp and vegetables, chicken yakitori skewers with teriyaki sauce, karaage fried chicken with sweet chili glaze.
This Italian restaurant is located in the World Showcase, near Tutto Italia and Via Napoli. The food here features pasta dishes served with a variety of sauces. There’s also pizza on offer as well, which pairs nicely with wine or beer from Italy.
The Tutto Gusto is a great place to grab lunch or dinner and it’s close proximity to two other restaurants makes this an excellent choice. All of the food here is freshly prepared, which means that guests should be aware that they will have a bit of wait time before their order arrives.
Tutto Italia is an Italian restaurant that serves pasta, pizza and more. Tutto Italia has been around since the opening of Epcot in 1982 but doesn’t seem to be as popular as some other restaurants at Disney World. The food here was good- I had lasagna which came with a salad and breadsticks included! If you are looking for something light it’s worth stopping by this spot on your tour around the world.
Via Napoli is located on the Italy Pavilion side of World Showcase Lagoon at Epcot Center near Via Napoli Street, not far from the entrance to The Land. Guests may choose to sit indoors or outdoors for their meal. If you are looking for delicious Italian food while visiting Walt Disney World Resort that will satisfy your appetite without breaking the bank, this might be one of your best bets!
Sunshine Seasons is located on the The Land Pavilion side of World Showcase Lagoon and offers indoor seating as well as outdoor patio tables overlooking World Showcase Lagoon which makes it a great location for family meals where children can enjoy running around and people-watching during mealtimes.
The menu at Sunshine Season’s features both Asian inspired dishes like Sesame Chicken with Rice & Vegetables or Indonesian Style Fried Rice, along with traditional American fare like Grilled Salmon in Cilantro Sauce served over Jasmine rice pilaf along with seasonal vegetables.
La Cantina de San Angel
La Cantina de San Angel is a Mexican restaurant located in the World Showcase. The menu offers traditional dishes, such as tacos and burritos. It also has an excellent selection of margaritas to choose from!
Katsura Grill is one of the more unique Epcot restaurants. The restaurant serves a fusion between Japanese and Korean cuisines, but it’s not quite as adventurous with its food offerings as another Disney World favorite – Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs.
Katsura offers sushi; traditional dishes like “ramen” or udon noodle soup (which are actually served cold); salads; bento boxes including teriyaki chicken on rice or vegetable tempura vegetables on rice; various soups such as white miso salmon, green curry beef, tonkatsu pork broth with egg noodles, and spicy tofu & carrot stew to name just a few.
Kringla Bakeri og Kafe
The Kringla Bakeri og Café is located in the Norway pavilion next door to The World Showcase’s newest attraction Frozen Ever After! A perfect stop before you ride through fjords and visit trolls?
In addition to delicious breads, there are also fresh sandwiches and salads available here as well. While not too many people know about this spot due to its location away from the main action at Epcot’s World Showcase, it is quite popular with those who stop by.
Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie
Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie is located in France pavilion near the fountain show stage near the back right side of the pavilion.
The menu consists of an assortment of baked goods and pastries all made fresh daily, breakfasts sandwiches, salads, soups, classic French dishes such as steak frites (steak with French fries), croque madame (toasted ham and cheese sandwich served on grilled bread).
Lotus Blossom Cafe
The Lotus Blossom Cafe is a counter service restaurant with an Asian cuisine. It’s one of the few places in Epcot where you’re not required to make reservations and can walk up without any notice, though it does require a credit card guarantee for your purchase.
The food here is great because they have so many selections, and while there are some dishes that may be too spicy or salty for kids, this place has something on the menu for everyone!
Pizza al Taglio
Pizza al Taglio is a restaurant in the Italy Pavilion. It serves pizza, pasta dishes, and soft drinks. They specialize in fresh-baked bread from their wood-burning oven made with local heirloom grains. The pizzas are cooked on stone slabs at high temperatures for 45 seconds to seal in the moisture and flavor.
Pizza al Taglio has a full bar and can accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free diets. They serve breakfast items such as ricotta pancakes and eggs benedict for those who want to start their day off with something more than pizza or pasta.
Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue
The Regal Eagle Smokehouse is a place to get your barbecue fix in Epcot, and with out it would be such a bummer. Located on the left side of the pavilion near Test Track, this spot offers up some great ribs that will make you want to come back for more! They also offer an assortment of craft beers on tap: perfect for pairing your favorite meat dish with one of their tasty brews.
Sommerfest: The Culinary Cornerstone of Germany
If you’re looking for a place to celebrate German culture, look no further than the Sommerfest! Located in the World Showcase’s back corner (the left-hand side near Mexico), this is one restaurant that offers up some really great food. From baked ham and cheese sandwiches to freshly made pretzels, there are tons of options at Sommerfest. If you can’t find something here, it might not exist!
The Tangierine Cafe has a similar (though more limited) menu as the Morocco Pavilion. The Moroccan-themed restaurant serves up sandwiches, salads and desserts with flavors from North Africa like honey gelato to sweet briouats filled with apricots, almonds, pistachios or chocolate hazelnut praline paste. I recommend stopping by for lunch before heading into World Showcase in order to not fill up on all of those carbs at Greece’s Spoodles!
Yorkshire County Fish Shop
This “fish and chips” restaurant is located in the UK Pavilion. It serves up fried fish (cod, haddock or halibut) with a side of fries as well as crab cakes on buns. You can also get baked salmon picatta here!
The Fish Shop’s fries are pretty tasty – they’re served hot and crispy with malt vinegar for dipping. I’ll admit that when it comes to fried fish we’ve got some great options around Orlando but this place does offer something unique in terms of atmosphere which sets it apart from other restaurants at Epcot.
Canada Popcorn Cart
This cart inside the Canada pavilion offers a variety of different types of popcorn, including kettle corn. Choose your own toppings from cheddar cheese to caramel and chocolate sauce to flavor it just how you like!
L’Artisan des Glaces
L’Artisan des Glaces is a French ice cream shop that also serves crepes. Located in the France pavilion, their menu consists of several flavors of their famous gelato as well as flavored ices like sesame seed brioche slushy or green apple sorbetto (sorbet with alcohol). L’Artisan is currently rated at #11 out of all restaurants in Walt Disney World according to TripAdvisor reviews for 2018.
Fife and Drum Tavern
The Fife and Drum Tavern is a quick service restaurant located on the back side of America in Epcot’s World Showcase. If you are looking for some all-American food, then this is your spot!
The menu includes things like hamburgers, hotdogs, barbecue ribs and chicken sandwiches with apple coleslaw to boot. Most notably though they offer an award-winning chili which can only be found here at the tavern!
Crepes de Chefs de France
Crepes de Chefs de France is a must-visit for breakfast. The French cuisine at this restaurant includes crepes, omelets, and other traditional breakfast options that are all delicious! If you’re not feeling anything on the menu in particular, get a Creme Brulee Crepe!
The prices here are very reasonable so it’s easy to find something affordable without breaking the bank. I recommend getting an entrée and then splitting dessert with someone else if you want to share or order more than one dish. This way you’ll also have leftovers to snack on later when hunger strikes again while touring Epcot.
Funnel Cakes Stand
This is a place that’s really worth visiting. Funnel Cake stands are ubiquitous in the United States, but they usually don’t have as many toppings to choose from or as diverse of flavors.
The stand at Epcot has both short and long funnel cakes with different types of fillings like fruity pebbles cereal, apple pie filling, marshmallow creme, chocolate peanut butter ganache etc., There are also several topping choices available which include powdered sugar for those looking for a simpler taste experience.
Future World Popcorn Cart
This is a temporary cart that operates during peak seasons only. It’s open seasonally, and typically offers caramel corn, kettle corn, cheese popcorn with cheddar & jalapeno or without toppings.
If you’re looking for freshness, avoid buying from here as they don’t have any means to keep their food cool (or warm!). That would be an issue if there wasn’t so much else going on nearby and in other countries!
Italy Gelato Stand
The Italy Gelato Stand is the perfect place to cool down on a hot Florida day. You can choose from three flavors: Pistachio, Black Cherry, and Coconut. If you want something else altogether, there are many other options available across the park!
Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea Kiosks
The Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea Kiosks are located in the America Pavilion, Morocco Pavilion, France Pavilion, China Pavilion, Italy pavilion. The kiosks serve coffee and tea beverages along with pastries from countries around the world.
Morocco Juice Bar
The Morocco Juice Bar is a quick-service establishment that offers several food options and drinks. The menu includes chicken or beef shawarma, falafel, hummus, baba ghanoush with pita bread as well as other items such as salads and sides.
Alcoholic beverages are also available to purchase including beer on tap (Assorted), wine by the glass (Various Varieties), cocktails of mixed drinks, tequila shots, and sangria.
This is a counter-service restaurant located in the Japan Pavilion. You can order from sushi, bento, and udon dishes or create your own dish with fresh ingredients like tempura shrimp, chicken teriyaki, avocado salad, and more!
If you’re in Epcot and looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, visit Kanamel-Kueche, a German candy shop. Butter-scotch is the store’s signature scent, tempting you in with mouthwatering sweets behind glass counters.
This informative article features a candy square recipe, as well as the many different options for combining caramel with other flavors. The Epcot restaurants are not only fun for adults, but kids get to enjoy their foods by tasting caramel from the kitchens.
Joy of Tea
In the old China pavilion, you’ll find a nice little Chinese restaurant called Joy of Tea. While it’s not the biggest or most exciting of Epcot restaurants, for a quick meal with some good Chinese food and tea to boot, this is your best bet.
The menu includes the typical staples you would expect from any other restaurant: egg rolls, pork fried rice, sweet & sour chicken… It also offers Beijing-style noodles that are quite delicious! If you’re looking for something more substantial than just a snack (or if you happen to be craving Chinese), then head on over to Joy of Tea. You won’t regret it!
Tucked away near the Canada pavilion is a little kiosk called Promenade Refreshments.
There are no tables or chairs here – just coolers filled with all sorts of tasty snacks to enjoy at your leisure. The selection varies but you can usually find chips, cookies, ice cream bars and more in this small snack stand. If you’re looking for something lighter than one of those huge turkey legs (or after having eaten one!), then stop by Promenade! You won’t regret it either!
This is a stand-alone kiosk at the front of Future World that sells beer, wine and other drinks.
The Refreshment Port is one of the original restaurants in Epcot and has a menu that includes hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, pretzels, and other snacks. This restaurant will be perfect if you are looking for a quick bite to eat with your little ones.
Spice Road Table Juice Bar and Dining
Spice Road Table Juice Bar and Dining is a cool spot to stop when touring Epcot. The menu includes Moroccan cuisine such as chicken tagine with preserved lemons, olives, chickpeas; vegetable couscous salad with green beans and almonds. It’s the perfect spot for vegetarians and meat lovers alike.
The Traveler’s Cafe is the perfect place for those who want to grab a quick bite and don’t mind not sitting down. You can get anything from an ice cream cone or milkshake to tuna wraps, salads, soups, sandwiches, and more!
The menu changes seasonally but there are plenty of options that will appeal to most tastes! There is no seating area here so if you happen upon this spot make sure you eat up quickly before heading on with your day adventure at Epcot.
Turkey Leg Cart — Future World
The Turkey Leg Cart in Future World is a great place to grab a snack and cool off. The cart offers turkey legs that are grilled, then smoked for hours before serving them with an array of dipping sauce options (sweet/spicy BBQ, honey mustard). Be warned: the line can get long at peak times.
Bars and Lounges
Block and Hans Craft Beers
Block and Hans Craft Beers is a beer-focused restaurant in the Germany pavilion.
Choza de Margarita
This casual dining restaurant in Mexico celebrates Mexican cuisine. The menu is made up of tacos, quesadillas, burritos and other dishes served with guacamole or salsa. Margaritas are the specialty here at Choza de Margarita!
Germany Hovels Beer Stand
This kiosk is located in the Germany pavilion, just outside of the Biergarten Restaurant. They serve a variety of German beers and some delicious soft pretzels.
Garden House – Japan Outdoor Sake Bar
The Garden House is an outdoor sake bar located in the Japan pavilion of Epcot. The restaurant has a capacity for up to 48 guests and is open seasonally from March 25th-November 30th, 2018.
Guests can enjoy Japanese drinks like beers, sakes, cocktails as well as other beverages such as soft drinks iced tea or lemonade on the terrace overlooking World Showcase Lagoon.
It also offers counter service food options including sushi rolls (vegetarian available), rice dishes, grilled skewers seafood dishes and desserts all are served in small plates meant to be shared among friends.
La Cava del Tequil
The La Cava del Tequila is a restaurant and bar in Epcot that specializes in Mexican food. The menu includes favorites like guacamole, tacos, quesadillas, tamales with mole sauce as well as more exotic fare such as empanadas filled with lamb adobo pepper or chicken tinga chipotle. For desserts, there are churros and fried ice cream topped off with chocolate sauces for dipping!
Les Vins des Chefs de France
Les Vins des Chefs de France is a French restaurant located in the World Showcase. It offers both indoor and outdoor seating, so there’s no need to worry about the weather. The inside of this fine dining establishment has elegant decor with deep colors on the walls and gold trim around the doors and windows.
Norway Beer Stand
Norway Beer Stand offers a variety of beers and wines from Norway for your drinking enjoyment. These are changed out throughout the year and are typically different with each Epcot festival.
Rose and Crown Beer Stand
The Rose and Crown Beer Stand offers a variety of beers, wines, and ciders from the United Kingdom.