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5 Awesome Places to Dine at Disney’s Epcot

Christy Caby

Walt Disney World is home to some of the most delicious culinary experiences that you don’t want to miss.  If you love food, then you will definitely want to check out the table service restaurants at Epcot.  Since there are so many, we have helped you narrow it down to the top favorites at the park.  Here are 5 awesome places to dine at Epcot at Walt Disney World:

5. Biergarten Restaurant – World Showcase, Germany Pavilion

This restaurant is so much fun!  The music and entertainment is upbeat and the food is amazing.  The meal is all you care to enjoy so you get to sample as much as you want of the German cuisine that is served.  There is a variety of sausages and other meats, potato dishes, salads and so much more.  It is definitely delicious and you can try it all and determine what you like the best.  While you dine you are seated at long tables and entertained with the German music, and you feel like you are in a real Biergarten in Germany.

4. Coral Reef – Future World, The Seas Pavilion

If you have ever dreamed of dining right within a huge aquarium, then this is the place for you.  You can see sharks, tropical fish, a huge sea turtle and many other aquatic creatures while you dine.  The restaurant offers delicious seafood options on the menu, too.  Even with all the seafood, the steak is also delicious. My husband always gets it, while I tend to be a huge fan of the shrimp and grits! You really can’t go wrong no matter what you order.  Be sure to save room for dessert because the Bailey’s and Jack Daniel’s Mousse is absolutely amazing!

3. Via Napoli – World Showcase, Italy Pavilion

This restaurant offers some of the best pizza in all of Walt Disney World.  The pizza is authentic Italian-style from the Southern Italy regions and cooked to perfection in the wood-fire oven. The restaurant has been voted as the “Best Theme Park Restaurant” from the Orlando Sentinel.  You definitely have to check this restaurant out and check out the amazing ovens in the restaurant.  They are gorgeous and the food is delicious.  Definitely come hungry for this one.

2. Teppan Edo – World Showcase, Japan Pavilion

This is probably our overall favorite restaurant in all of Epcot.  The restaurant is hibachi style, so the meal is cooked right in front of you.  You get a delicious meal and a bit of a show, too.  It is a ton of fun for the entire family.  You can order your selection of meats and vegetables to be prepared at the table.  You can also order sushi and other Japanese staples for appetizers, too.  The ginger cake is a favorite dessert of ours and it much more delicious than it sounds.  You have to get to Japan and try this one.

1.     Le Cellier – World Showcase, Canada Pavilion

If you are into steaks, then you are definitely going to want to make it a point to dine at this location.  The steaks are aged to perfection and there are various cuts available, so you are sure to have your perfect steak.  The steaks aren’t the only great thing about the restaurant, though. The cheese soup is one of my absolute favorite dishes.  I can’t resist it every time that we go.  The smoke macaroni and cheese are a delicious side, which is extremely decadent and delicious.  For dessert, the chocolate whiskey trifle is my go to.  I could sure go for some about now!

About Christy Caby

I am a long time Disney addict! This love began as a child and stayed with me in my teen years. I completed the Disney College Program, was engaged and honeymooned at Disney, visited WDW while pregnant with each of our two boys, and have brought our boys since they were babies (they are now 5 and 2). We have over 10 Disney World vacations under our belt. Our recent adventure was a big move from St. Louis, MO to Florida! We knew that we needed more Disney magic that just a couple times of year, and we worked hard to make it happen! Now we hit the parks almost every weekend! We are working to dine at every location, experience every attraction and look for every hidden Mickey! We want to be able to say that we have one it all! We are branching into the Cruise Line and are planning a trip to Disneyland in California next year. To say that we are Disney addicts may be an understatement. When I am not at WDW with my family, I am reading Disney blogs and news, crafting (usually Disney décor for our home), planning Disney vacations for others or working on my dissertation for my doctoral program. I am a Project Manager by profession, so I have mastered fitting everything into a tight schedule! We feel we lead an exciting life where we get to spend a lot of time together doing what we love! I love being able to this love and Disney magic with everyone else so that others can make the most of whatever time they get to have at the most magical place on earth!