Epcot

There is no shortage of Table Service at Epcot. You can take a culinary tour of the world with international flavors in the World Showcase and sample garden fresh produce or dine with panoramic views of a living reef in Future World. Whichever your choice, your palette will be delighted.

B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner, S – Snack
$ – under $15, $$ – $15 – $35, $$$ – $35 – $60, $$$$ – $60 and up
* estimated prices per person, per meal

  • Akershus Royal Banquet Hall – Located in Norway in the World Showcase, guests can dine like royalty in this medieval Norwegian castle. Disney Princesses such as Snow White, Ariel, and Belle mingle with guests though their meal. Kick your day off with an American fare breakfast served family-style. Guests dining at lunch and dinner will enjoy a Norwegian buffet with cold meats, salad and cheeses, as well as à la carte hot entrees like Seared Herb-dusted Beef Tips. B L D $$-$$$
  • Biergarten Restaurant – This popular German restaurant delights guests with delicious eats and live German music. Guests can sample fare such bratwurst and other sausages, or chicken schnitzel with sides of potato dumplings and red cabbage. And of course don’t forget the Apple Strudel for dessert! For those of age, there are plenty of German beers and wines to sample with your meal. Music is only at certain scheduled times and there is a dance floor for guests who want to actively join in the fun. L D $$-$$$

Dessert at France

  • Chefs de France – This restaurant transports guests to early Paris with wrought iron details, white table-cloths, and soft globe light chandeliers. French cuisine will have your palette dancing. Guests can begin with onion soup or classic escargot. Entrees change seasonally, but may include rich items such as roasted duck, broiled salmon, and beef tenderloin. You won’t want to miss dessert here, but you may have a hard time deciding between items like the signature crème brûlée or chocolate mousse.        L D $$-$$$

Chefs de France

  • Coral Reef Restaurant – Tables at this seafood restaurant have views into The Seas with Nemo & Friends aquarium. Through large panoramic windows, guests can see the living coral reef abuzz with the activity of tropical fish, sharks, turtles, and stingrays. Diners can begin with appetizers like Crab Cakes or Creamy Lobster Soup then choose between various fish entrees. Fear not, ye land-lubber, there are plenty of turf options such as New York Strip Steak and Seared Chicken Breast as well.
    L D $$$
  • The Garden Grill -Join Chip ‘N’ Dale and their friends for dinner at this fresh restaurant with a focus on farm to table food. The all-you-care-to eat fare is served family style and includes items like a farmer’s salad, sustainable fish of the day, fresh veggies and plenty of warm bread. Guests will observe changing scenes from the nearby Living With the Land attraction as the restaurant slowly rotates. D $$-$$$

hacienda lanterns

hacienda lagoon view

  • La Hacienda de San Angel – Beamed ceilings, cool tiled floors, colorful art, Moravian-star lanterns, and arched windows with panoramic lagoon views make this Mexican restaurant an appetizing and picturesque. Guests of age can enjoy Mexican beer, South American wines, and both classic and specialty margaritas. Cheese lovers must begin with the Queso Fundido, a skillet of warm cheese with sausage and poblano peppers served with warmed tortillas. Nosh on tortilla chips and a variety of salsas that are all made fresh in-house, every day. Entrees offer authenticate Mexican flavors in both surf and turf options. D $$-$$$
  • Le Cellier Steakhouse – Trek over to Canada in the World Showcase and there you’ll find Le Cellier. The restaurant has cool, stone walls that gently arch and candelabras suspended from the ceiling. The cheese soup is extremely popular and is always a favorite. As you would expect, the menu is full of steak cuts such as sirloin, New York Strip, and rib-eye. Fish and Roasted Free Range Chicken are also on the menu. A bountiful selection Canadian wines are available to pair with you meal, as well as Canadian beers and specialty drinks. For a perfect ending, there are plenty of sweet desserts as well as cheeses available. L D $$-$$$
  • Monsieur Paul – This restaurant space was formerly Bistro de Paris under Chef Paul Bocuse, and has been recently refurbished. With a new fine, French menu focused on fresh ingredients from Chef Francisco Santin, who worked with world famous Paul Bocuse, this is a signature dining experience you won’t want to miss. The elegant, intimate restaurant is located upstairs from Chefs de France in the France segment of the World Showcase and boasts spectacular views from its second story windows. The menu is subject to change as it focuses on bringing the best dishes to diners, but you can expect items such as roasted duck breast, chicken and fish selections, all expertly seasoned and prepared. There is a relaxed dress code: men may wear slacks, khakis, dress shorts or jeans with a collared shirt – no jacket is required. Ladies may wear capris, skirts, dresses, dress shorts or jeans. Bathing suits & cover-ups, cut-offs, torn clothing, and hats are not permitted in the dining room. D $$$$
  • Nine Dragons Restaurant – Travel to China be stepping into this beautiful dining room of delicate, ornately carved wood and colorful suspended lanterns. The cuisine comes from the Cantonese, Szechuan, Kiangche, and Mandarin regions of China, and makes a menu that is sure to please. The appetizer menu is full of well loved favorites such as pot stickers, dumplings, and egg rolls. The entree selections offer familiar choices like Nine Dragons Fried Rice, but plenty for the more adventurous such as Zha Jiang Noodles Sampler and Fragrant Five-Spiced Fish. There are plenty of gourmet teas to try with your food or try a specialty cocktail like the Ginger Zinger. Finish your meal with classics such as red bean ice cream or rice pudding.                 L D $$-$$$
  • Restaurant Marrakesh – Food, entertainment, stunning tile mosaics, and Moroccan lanterns make this a special dining experience. The Moroccan menu features a la carte items and tasting menus giving diners a chance to try a variety of authentic flavors. Items like mussels, chicken kebabs, and plenty of couscous fill the menu. Live musicians and belly dancers entertain guests while they dine at lunch and dinner. L D $$-$$$

Rose & Crown

  • Rose & Crown Pub and Dining Room – Pop in for a pint at the bar or sit on the patio and enjoy a casual bite. For lunch choose between British classics such as Bangers and Mash, Fish and Chips, or the Corned Beef Sandwich. Dinner offers many of the same favorites with more substantial dishes such as Pan-roasted Salmon and Grilled New York Strip and Fried Fish as well. Inside the pub, be on the lookout for the Hat Lady. She is just what you would think, a lady with a stunning collection of hats! She entertains guests as she tickles the ivories of the piano and sings pub songs, and she can tell a good story or two. At the bar or at the table guests of age can enjoy a wide selection of English beers and ciders. Cheers! L D $$-$$$
  • San Angel Inn Restaurante – This romantic spot is nestled inside Mexico of the World Showcase. It appears as if dusk has fallen and candles light the tables that are nestled against a green landscape with a Mayan temple and a volcano that appears to be smoldering. Tables tucked by the wrought iron fence along the back of the restaurant have a view of boats passing intermittently from the nearby Gran Fiesta Tour attraction. Diners will find Mexican flavors in dishes such as Carne Asada and Chille Relleno. Fish, chicken and pork dishes are also available. While the adult menu has more culinary refinement, he kids menu features common Tex-Mex fare such as tacos and quesdadillas that young ones will love. For those 21 years or older, the margaritas menu is varied and all are excellent. This serene spot is sure to become a favorite. L D $$-$$$
  • Teppan Edo – This unique dining experience is located in the Japan segment of the World Showcase. Teppan chefs cook on an iron griddle in front of guests bringing dining to a new sensory level. You can see, hear and smell the delicious aroma of food as it is prepared right in front of you. A variety of menu choices include steak, chicken, and shrimp as well as rice, noodles, and veggies. A meal here is sure to amaze both children and adults.                         L D $$-$$$
  • Tokyo Dining – Sleek, contemporary, and sophisticated, Tokyo Dining offers guests traditional Japanese fare with exceptional hospitality and service. The restaurant sits on the second story, and offers amazing views of the lagoon. Diners lucky enough to eat at a table near a window during dinner will have a spectacular vantage point during Illuminations – Epcot’s nightly fireworks and laser show. The menu offers sushi and sashimi, as well as tempura and teriyaki dishes. Pair dinner with sake, a sake cocktail, or try one of the many beer or wine options. L D $$-$$$
  • Tutto Italia Ristorante – This restaurant is spacious and relaxed. The walls feature landscape and architecture murals that add a subtle elegance to the decor. Wine drinkers will be absolutely delighted by the extensive Italian wine list. Choosing what to eat is a real challenge. Starters include salads and fried calamari. The entree choices include Italic classics such as lasagna, spaghetti and meatballs, and fetuccini alfredo.Risotto, and Scaloppine di Pollo – Chicken Scapoppine with white asparagus, lemon and capers – also tempt the palette. Finish off with a cappuccino or espresso and an Italian dessert. Panna cotta, tiramisu, and cannoli are just a few of the delectable choices. L D $$$-$$$$

* A special note – Guests visiting the neighboring Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar may also order from the Tutto Italia menu during certain hours. Just ask your server for details.

  • Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria – The name of the game at Via Napoli is pizza! Calimari, caprese salad, and fried veggies are just a few of the ways you can begin your meal. The restaurant features an open kitchen area, where guests can see chefs making pizza with fresh ingredients and imported Caputo flour.  The pies are then fired in one of three wood-burning ovens, which are named for the active volcanoes of Italy – Mount Etna, Vesivius and Stomboli. While pizza does dominate the menu, there are other options such as lasagna and chicken parmesean. Not to mention wonderful sweet treats for desert. This hot spot was voted “Best Theme Park Restaurant” by Orlando Sentinel, and its sure to be a winner with your taste buds. L D $$

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