Our Favorite Dining in Epcot

I think I’ve made my love for Epcot clear in the past. I could spend forever wandering around World Showcase during the day, or strolling Future World at night. The only thing I love more than Epcot, is Epcot during a festival. It just feels like there’s always something fun going on in the park. Today – we’re attempting the impossible. We’re trying to narrow down all the wonderful eating options at Epcot into a list of our favorite dining options.

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Quick Service:

-Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie
Everyone in the world likes pastries right? I mean that’s pretty much the one, great, unifying quality we all have? These are some of the best in Walt Disney World (and the line proves it), but they also have great soups and sandwiches.

-Sunshine Seasons
One of the only quick service options in Future World that we love, this place really has something for everyone – with options ranging from salads and sandwiches, to ethnic food, fish tacos, and homestyle favorites.

-Kringla Bakeri og Kafe
Let’s be honest – you’re really only here to grab the custardy-coconut-y cult classic that is School Bread before you hop into line for Frozen Ever After.

-La Cava del Tequila
It might be weird to have a place known for margaritas on the list (and if you go here without grabbing an avocado margarita, you’re crazy) – but their dip trio, with queso, guacamole, and salsa, is big enough to feed a few people, and is the perfect afternoon snack while having drinks.

-Tutto Gusto
Tutto Gusto is a little different – it’s not quick service in the traditional sense – it’s a wine cellar tucked back into the Italy pavilion, that doesn’t take reservations, and has both reasonably priced food, and drinks.

-Choza de Margarita
This is a new walk-up margarita stand in Mexico, that has both drinks and food, and they’re both 100.

Table Service:

-Chefs de France
You can make a whole meal on the different appetizers at Chefs De France – the soups and flatbreads are amazing, but they also have a great steak and fries. The atmosphere feels like a genuine French bistro – we genuinely love this place.

-The Garden Grill
If you want a good character meal at Epcot, this is your best option. The restaurant slowly revolves around scenes from Living With The Land, and you eat produce grown at The Land. The food is served family style, and it’s ‘American style feast’ (aka pot roast, turkey, and all the sides). Farmer Mickey is on hand, with all his friends.

-La Hacienda de San Angel
We love La Hacienda – it’s for sure my favorite of the two Mexican restaurants – it feels way more authentic, and it’s beautifully decorated. If you go right before fireworks, you can see Illuminations from the windows.

-Monsieur Paul
This isn’t just my favorite restaurant in Epcot – it’s my favorite restaurant in the world. It’s pricey, but well worth every penny. It’s tucked away upstairs above Chefs de France, but feels world away – it’s high class, super fancy French food, and is incredible.

-Spice Road Table
Spice Road Table is a Mediterranean style tapas restaurant, with beautiful views of the lagoon, and gorgeous hanging lanterns on the patio. The adventurous menu scares off a lot of people, so you can normally get a reservation, the the food is fantastic.

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