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The Best Restaurants At Epcot

Caramel corn for the kids, boozy coffee drinks for the adults, and other things you should eat in-between rides at Epcot.

Epcot is the undisputed best park at Disney World. You can make an entire day out of snacking and drinking around World Showcase Lagoon, and there’s a high concentration of table service restaurants that are good enough to warrant skipping an extra ride on Soarin’. Here are all the most worthwhile things to eat in Epcot, including the best fish and chips we’ve had this side of the Atlantic, caramel corn with a cult following, and more

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Yorkshire County Fish Shop


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Located just beyond the World Showcase entrance (IYKYK), this is our favorite quick meal in Epcot. The fish and chips here in jolly old fake England are as good, if not better, than ones we’ve had in actual England, and they usually have a rotating meat pie, too.

Don’t trust anyone who talks about Epcot food if they don’t mention Karamel Külche. This is where you’ll find the cult-favorite Werther’s-coated popcorn, but also a bunch of other stuff filled with, covered in, and otherwise made from Werther’s candies, like s’more cookies, Werther’s apples, and gooey caramel squares. This is a great place to stop for souvenirs on your way home, because candy is infinitely better than a Mickey-shaped keychain.

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Rose & Crown Dining Room



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If you’re a fan of the Epcot fireworks, do your best to score an outdoor table here around the start time. The outdoor patio seating is first come, first served, and it has our favorite view of the lake. You can get the same fish and chips they serve at the Yorkshire County Fish Shop, plus a bunch of other pub classics like shepherd’s pie, scotch eggs, and sticky toffee pudding. And since this is Epcot, alcohol is readily available—beer is the drink of choice here.

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Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

Be prepared for a lot of screaming here (seriously, bring some Advil), as this is the prime place in the park to get up close and personal with the Disney princesses, right in Anna and Elsa’s house. In addition to being a hot ticket for kids who’ve been waiting their whole lives to hug a princess so emotionally unavailable, she literally freezes people’s hearts, the food here is excellent. You’ll get a lot of legit Norwegian dishes, like lefse, a potato-based flatbread, and some nicely spiced kjØttkake. If the kid you’re with is, shall we say, specific in their tastes, you can also get plain old mac and cheese.

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Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

A temper tantrum’s throw from the Frozen ride, most people come here for School Bread, a giant cream-filled bun topped with shredded coconut. But there’s more to Kringla Bakery, like buttery kringla cookies and two different boozy coffee drinks—for when you need to stay awake but your brain will explode if you hear the chorus to “Let it Go” one more time.

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Le Cellier Steakhouse

Located in faux Canada, Le Cellier, where you’ll feel like you’re eating inside a wine cellar, is one of our favorite choices for a nicer night out in the parks. The whole experience is a little dated, but if you think about it, the golden era of steak and wine really was the '90s, and that’s what it feels like in here. The rib eye, filet, and strip steak are all reliably great, and the wine list is impressive.

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La Cantina de San Angel

The San Angel Inn next door wins on vibes—the Three Caballeros ride runs right through the dining room—but the outdoor Cantina has better food. We like to grab nachos or tacos here when we don’t want to spend forever having a sit-down meal, or when drinking around the world requires an immediate snack.

This corner of World Showcase is often a bit more chill, and you probably won’t have to wait as long to eat at this spot in the Morocco pavilion even at peak meal times. We love the naan spreads, and both the lamb kofta and crispy cauliflower are good, filling options for mains. 

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