Space 220 Expands its Menu

Space 220

Fans of the newest intergalactic EPCOT restaurant Space 220 can rejoice, because this Walt Disney World Resort restaurant has some new menu items (and some upgrades to popular dishes)!

Space 220 Steak Salad

Steak Salad Credit: Disney Space 220 restaurant

Fans of lighter fare may want to order the new Steak Salad or Shrimp Cocktail from this Disney restaurant, which transports Disney World Guests 220 miles up into space using a unique futuristic elevator. The Steak Salad (which is a lunch menu item) features marinated filet tips, iceberg wedges as a base for the salads, cucumber, and cherry tomatoes. It’s then topped with chives, blue cheese crumble, and horseradish dressing.

The Space 220 restaurant also has Shrimp Cocktail is as simple but satisfying as it sounds! A Guest who orders this small meal from the Flight Bites lounge menu will receive 10 shrimp accompanied by a classic horseradish cocktail sauce. The metaphorical intergalactic moon dust is complimentary!

Space 220 Quinoa Burger

Quinoa-Vegetable burger Credit: Disney Space 220 restaurant

If you’re in the mood for a plant-based meal with some substance, you may want to order the new Quinoa-Vegetable burger from the Star Course lunch menu! This Space 220 lounge plant-based burger comes with baby arugula, tomato, yellow beet citrus, and mayonnaise.

Space 220 Short Cake

The Supernova Sweet Short Cake Credit: Space 220 restaurant

Once you’re in the mood for a Supernova Sweet dessert, hop onto the matcha trend and try the Short Cake, which is a unique matcha air cake complemented by mascarpone mousse and sweet strawberries. You can try this cake as the finale of a three-course prix fixe dinner, or add it to your two-course prix fixe lunch for $14.

Space 220 Space Glazed Chicken Breast

Space Glazed Chicken Breast Credit: Space 220 restaurant


Space 220 Supreme Chicken Breast

Supreme Chicken Breast Credit: Disney Space 220 restaurant

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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