An Overview of Dining Options at Epcot

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4. Counter Service Restaurants

When you prefer a fast bite to eat, counter service establishments deliver quality foods quickly. As the name implies, you’ll order at a counter and seat yourself. Expect to pay around $15 or less per person. 

Electric Umbrella - This Future World eatery contains many delicious options of sandwiches and salads. Plenty of seating on two levels makes this a popular place to stop for lunch.

Katsura Grill - This Japanese quick service location is a great place to find sushi, noodles, and teriyaki dishes. Seating behind the restaurant in the outdoor courtyard is simply sublime!

La Cantina de San Angel - A favorite for empanadas, nachos, and frozen margaritas, you’ll find this counter service stop adjacent to Hacienda de San Angel, with ample seating indoors and out.

Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie - Because the sandwiches, snacks, and desserts are on display within glass cases, you know exactly what you’re getting and can get it fast at this little cafe in the back of the French pavilion. 

Liberty Inn - This colonial style counter service restaurant is open and airy with offerings such as fried shrimp and Angus burgers.

Lotus Blossom Cafe - In the China pavilion, you can feast on your choice of fried rice, beef noodles, egg rolls, and more.

Sommerfest - Sommerfest consists of a tiny, tucked away dining area in the Germany pavilion. Here you’ll find a limited menu of some traditional German favorites to snack on. 

Sunshine Seasons - Within the Land pavilion of Future World you’ll find the largest quick service restaurant in Epcot. Served cafeteria-style, you can find an abundance of food choices such as deli sandwiches, pastas, salads, cupcakes, and more. 

Tangerine Cafe - If you’re in the mood for a quick bite of Mediterranean style fare, stop by this Moroccan quick service establishment for pitas, hummus, salads, and more. 

Yorkshire County Fish Shop - With an extremely limited menu, this UK walk up restaurant is perfect for grabbing some fish and chips on the go. 

5. Speciality Booths and Bakeries

These are the types of places you’ll want to visit if you’re in the mood for a snack, drink, or dessert—though we’re not the type to judge if you want to make a meal of ice cream! Prices vary anywhere between $5-$15 depending upon your order. Though you’ll undoubtedly come across additional places to grab coffee, beer, popcorn, and pretzels, this list hits the major named sources. 

Choza de Margarita - This permanent booth in Mexico is known for drinks, of course, but also offers some food choices, including barbacoa empanadas.

Crepes des Chefs de France - The name says it all—get your fix of French crepes at this booth.

Fountain View - Also known as Epcot’s Starbucks location, right by the Future World fountain.

Funnel Cake - Grab one of these state fair classics in the America pavilion.

Gelati - Cool off with delicious gelati in a variety of flavors and styles within the Italy pavilion. 

Joy of Tea - This ornate booth within the China pavilion is eye candy, and the plethora of teas offered here is as good as real candy. 

Kabuki Cafe - The mountainous shaved ice served here is arguably the best cold treat in all of Walt Disney World. A small assortment of pre-made sushi is also available at this Japanese booth.

Karamell-Kuche - You can smell the sweet aroma of caramel coming from this German bakery before you can even see it! Yum! 

Kringle Bakeri Og Kafe - This snack stop within the Norway Pavilion is the place to find the famous school bread, as well as other bakery items.

L’Artisan des Glaces - This handcrafted ice cream shop within the France serves some of the best cones and cookie sandwiches around!

Refreshment Outpost - You’ll find ice cream, hot dogs, and beverages at this station within the African area between China and Germany.

Taste Track - Right by (you guessed it) the Test Track attraction, you can grab unique croissant donuts and beverages. 

As you can see, the choices for food are plentiful and diverse within Epcot. Casual park-goers and refined foodies alike can all find something pleasing to eat inside the park. Any way you look at it, “delicious” will define your Epcot dining experience! Enjoy! 

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