From Fish and Chips to Funnel Cake, follow our Guide to Eating Around the World at EPCOT in Walt Disney World!
Hi friends! Last month I shared a guide to one of my FAVORITE Walt Disney World activities – Drinking Around the World in Epcot! But something we love just as equally is EATING Around the World Showcase in Epcot. We just got back from the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration where I was able to document the final missing pieces from our Epcot eating adventures and now we’re finally sharing them all with you!
Guide to Eating Around the World at EPCOT
1. CANADA PAVILION | Le Cellier Filet Mignon from Le Cellier Steakhouse. If you get a chance to snag a reservation at Le Cellier, then ordering the famous filet is a must! An AAA Canadian Tenderloin with Mushroom Risotto, Asparagus-Tomato Relish and Truffle-Butter Sauce – it’s delicious from the first bite to the last!
Cheddar Cheese Soup from Le Cellier Steakhouse. If you don’t snag a reservation, you can also get a cup of soup TO GO. The hubs and I lucked out with a reservation on one of our last trips and let me tell you from appetizer to dessert this steakhouse is worth every good review you’ve heard!
2. UNITED KINGDOM PAVILION | Fish and Chips from Rose & Crown Dining Room. We snagged this tastiness during our last trip to WDW with the kids! We always stop by Rose & Crown for pints, but this time we didn’t go into the pub but opted for a sit down meal with the kiddos. We split the adults Fish & Chips (the huge portion you see in the back) and the kids split the kids Fish & Chips, the little basket you see up front. They are hot, crispy and delicious – and as you can see generous portions. We’d definitely go back for more!
Macarons from Les Halles Boulangerie & Patisserie. Shhhh…don’t tell anyone but I’ve never been the hugest fan of macarons. But I take that all back after trying them from Les Halles! So good and worth the stop! You can also get a Macaron Ice Cream sandwich, which is also on my bucket list for future trips.
4. MOROCCO PAVILION | Honey Chocolate Baklava from Tangierine Cafe. I think I could spend a whole day in the Morocco Pavilion! It’s so pretty and the type of food is right up my alley. If you’re looking for a sweet treat at this stop you can’t go wrong with the baklava. Head all the way to the alcove in the back of Tangierine Cafe and you’ll see a glass case full of options. We opted for the Honey Chocolate Baklava and it did not disappoint!
5. JAPAN PAVILION | Rainbow Kakigōri with Sweet Milk Topping from Kabuki Cafe. Now I know you’ve heard about this one, right? The Rainbow Japanese Shaved Ice with sweet milk is amazing! So refreshing on a warm day at Epcot and the colorful rainbow of shaved ice will just make you smile. Worth the stop!
Tonkotsu Ramen from Katsura Grill. If you’re looking for a sit-down meal, Teppan Edo should be on your list if you can grab a reservation. Also, my husband is a HUGE ramen fan. So no doubt we had to stop for a bit to eat at Katsura Grill. You might notice that most of our Epcot recommendations are from quick-serve restaurants. That’s because I love to try a little of everything! This noodle shop is small but mighty. The ramen was great!
6. UNITED STATES PAVILION | Funnel Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream from Funnel Cake. We don’t always make a stop in the US pavilion (is that wrong?!) but one thing that is always worth stopping for is the Funnel Cake! Satisfy your sweet tooth with a classic funnel cake topped with your choice of powdered sugar, chocolate syrup, vanilla ice cream and other tasty options.
7. ITALY PAVILION | Wood-fired Authentic Pizza Napoletana from Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria. Enjoy traditional Neapolitan pizza delivered right to your table, from cheesy quattro formaggi to sausage-topped piccante. The thin-crust pizzas are made with fresh mozzarella cheese, San Marzano tomatoes and real Caputo flour imported from Southern Italy. Water for the dough is even sourced from a spring similar to Italy’s Campania region.
Apple Strudel with Vanilla Sauce from Sommerfest. Now this what caught my eye when we visited the Germany Pavilion – Apple Strudel! I mean, just look at that yummy vanilla sauce. It was so tasty (with a German beer)! If you’d like to try your hand at your own, Disney Parks has shared the recipe here.
9. CHINA PAVILION | Pork and Vegetable Egg Rolls from Joy of Tea. By this point around the World Showcase we’re always quite full so it’s most of the time we grab quick bites at the rest of the pavilions. These Pork and Vegetable Egg Rolls hit the spot and are easy to share!
10. NORWAY PAVILION | School Bread from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. The School Bread is the star of the Norway Pavilion! This Sweet Cardamom Bun filled with Vanilla Crème Custard and topped with Glazed and Toasted Coconut pairs perfectly with a Viking Coffee, on our Guide to Drinking Around the World at EPCOT!
Troll Horn from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. Not everyone is a fan of the School Bread, or if you’ve had that already and want to try another favorite, the Troll Horn is the perfect sweet treat. Cloudberry Jam with Whipped Cream in a Crispy Pastry Sugar-coated Shell, it’s festive and delicious!
11. MEXICO PAVILION | Guacamole with Totopos from La Cantina de San Angel. Now this SouthWest gal is ALL about the chips and guac! I went into this skeptical if Disney all the way in Orlando could get it right, but the Fresh-made Guacamole with Tortilla Chips from the Mexico Pavilion was fantastic! Even on the spicy side – well done, Disney!
Churros with Caramel Sauce from La Cantina de San Angel. These sweet little churros are a little different from what you’ll get at the snack carts in the other parks so they’re worth mentioning on their own! That caramel sauce though…
There you have it, friends! Our Guide to Eating Around the World at EPCOT in Walt Disney World! Did I have ALL of your favorites on the list – or what am I missing? I’d really love to know as we’re headed back there next month. Can’t wait to check off a few more must-haves from our list!