With a multitude of festivals throughout the year, Epcot has become the ultimate place to find unique and colorful food choices within Walt Disney World. However, even if you don’t visit during a festival, the options for eateries are extensive. Here is an overview of all the permanent establishments within Epcot in which you can find your next great meal or snack.
1. Fine/Signature Dining
Within the signature dining category, you can expect renowned chef quality dishes, and prices that reflect a level of luxury and refinement. ($35-$60 per person)
Le Cellier Steakhouse - This chateau style dining experience in the Canada pavilion of World Showcase is known for steaks, seafood, and a mouth-watering cheddar cheese soup.
Monsieur Paul’s - Found in the French pavilion, Monsieur Paul’s features unparalleled cuisine with delicate and artful presentation in the tradition of famous Chef Bocuse. Remy would definitely approve.
2. Character Dining
Sharing a meal with favorite characters has become a fixture on many guests’ itineraries. Though pricy ($35-$75+ per person), the memories can be considered priceless!
Akershus Royal Banquet Hall - Calling all princess fans! This restaurant within World Showcase allows you to venture into Norwegian food options or stick with more traditional fare. Akerhaus is known as one of the best places to greet multiple popular princesses at once.
Garden Grill - Meet Chip, Dale, Goofy, Pluto and others while noshing on fresh, family-style dishes straight from the Living with the Land green house! Because the dining room rotates, you’ll be treated to varying scenery from the attraction as well.
3. Table Service Dining
Restaurants where you are seated and served are considered Table Service. There are numerous Table Service options within Epcot, each artfully themed as an immersive experience. You can expect to pay between $15 and $60 per person, depending upon the venue.
Biergarten Restaurant - Get your fix of all things sausages and sauerkraut (plus many other selections) at this buffet style restaurant in the Germany pavilion.
Chefs de France - For more casual French fare, visit Chefs de France. With its high ceilings and bright ambiance, this cafe is a delight. Save room for puff pastries or creme brûlée!
Coral Reef Restaurant - Dine on seafood with a unique view under the sea. You’ll find this restaurant next to the Seas attraction with a fascinating glimpse into the aquarium.
La Hacienda de San Angel - Tacos and flautas and guacamole, oh my! If you love Mexican food, you’ll want to visit this charming restaurant. A stunning view of World Showcase Lagoon makes this a great place for watching nighttime fireworks, if you plan your reservation accordingly.
Nine Dragons - Colorful lanterns and ornate carvings set the atmosphere in this authentic Chinese restaurant. Be sure to partake in many of the unique tea offerings for your beverage of choice.
Restaurant Marrakesh - For a vibrant foodie experience, venture into this Moroccan paradise, where you’ll be able to taste savory dishes such as lamb, couscous, and kebabs.
Rose and Crown - In the classic style of a traditional English pub, Rose and Crown offers comfort foods like fish and chips, bangers and mash, and cottage pie.
San Angel Inn Restaurante - Inside the pyramid within the Mexico pavilion, you’ll find this gourmet restaurant, designed to be reminiscent of an outdoor cafe experience beneath the stars.
Spice Road Table - Spice Road Table is aptly named for its use of unique flavors with Mediterranean influence. With a breezy location adjacent to World Showcase Lagoon, Spice Road Tale is also an excellent location for watching evening fireworks.
Teppan Edo - Japanese chefs provide both delicious food and delightful entertainment at this open kitchen, teppanyaki style restaurant.
Tokyo Dining - Contemporary styling and a stunning lagoon view serve to compliment the menu of traditional sushi and bento box fare in this gorgeous Japanese restaurant.
Tutto Italia Ristorante - Ah, pasta! Indulge in the flavors of Italy in an old world style environment. You’ll find favorites like spaghetti and meatballs, as well as more adventurous items such as shrimp risotto.
Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria - Though you’ll still find pasta and salads at this location in the Italy pavilion, Via Napoli is best known for its authentic wood fired pizzas.