Epcot Dining

Epcot Area Dining
Using This Chart: Using our Walt Disney World Dining Survey readers of this website are asked one simple question, "Would you dine here again?" Since 2007 we have been collecting data on restaurant service, food quality, and theming. However, it became apparent that at Walt Disney World, good service is the norm; poor experiences tend to be isolated events. Most restaurants are well themed and food quality tends to meet or beat a minimum level of acceptableness
  • Best of the Best: A rating given by our staff and/or the popularity among other guests.
  • Best Dining Plan Value: Restaurants where you are likely to exceed the cost of the Disney Dining Plan. Click here for more on Disney Dining Plan Values.
  • Last Minute Reservation Factor: Dining locations that often have same-day availability or walk-ups.
  • Ample Seating When Busy: Counter service restaurants that have enough tables and chairs to accommodate large crowds during peak times. 

Best of the Best:

What happened to Le Cellier? Until recently is was among the highest rated restaurant in all of Walt Disney World. Once it became a Signature restaurant we began to see a decline in ratings. Compare it other Signature restaurants at Walt Disney World and you'll see why. Nothing changed here except for the prices. For a true fine dining experience visit our Signature Dining ratings. The Coral Reef Restaurant located in The Seas Pavilion with its aquarium atmosphere is a must for seafood lovers. La Hacienda in Mexico quickly became a favorite among locals and offers some of the best Mexican fare on property. Via Napoli, although pricey, makes a decent pizza, something that Disney isn't usually known for. The water for the dough is imported and has the same properties as the water found in Naples, Italy. No, we're not kidding! When it's sushi you're after, visit Tokyo Dining in the Japan Pavilion. The contemporary atmosphere and second story views of World Showcase add to the fun. Don't forget to walk through Mitsukoshi Department Store downstairs, it's based on the oldest department store in the world dating back to the 1600s. 


What the experts say. There are more dining options in the Epcot area than anyplace else at Walt Disney World. Here's you'll find well themed restaurants, and talented chefs but be prepared to pay for the experience. Most of the restaurants located in the World Showcase part of Epcot are staffed by Cast Members here on exchange visas, making your dining experience more authentic, even if the menus have been reformulated for the American palette. World Showcase is a bustling atmosphere,  packed with food, snacks, live entertainment, and shopping. It's one of the best places to visit at night. 

Restaurant Information presented on this page is subject to change without notice. 


Quick Service
Sunshine Seasons ranks among the highest counter service locations at Walt Disney World. Fresh is the key ingredient and it's a welcome break from burgers and fries. It is also one of the few restaurants opened for breakfast in Epcot. Avoid the temptation to eat a quick service meal outside, especially near the World Showcase lagoon. The potential for birds dive-bombing you and your plate is very high! This is especially true at Yorkshire County Fish & Chips -  birds will actually fight you for your plate much to amusement of other guests. 

Need a break from burgers? Try Kringla Bakeri og Cafe in Norway and Yakitori House in Japan. 

Epcot Area Table Service Menus

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