Disney has plenty of amazing food options to choose from. Sitting down at a fancy, elegant, themed meal is great. But sometimes you just need a quick bite as you’re making your way through the Park. Epcot has got you covered. There are so many quick eats options in Epcot, but these are my best picks:
1. Fish and Chips from Yorkshire County Fish Shop in the United Kingdom
If you enter the Park through the International Gateway, the United Kingdom is the first pavilion on the loop. Which means that the first thing you smell is beer battered fish and chips. These are great because they are easily transportable. Maybe a bit messy if you load them up with salt and vinegar, which…you should. But totally worth it.
2. Pastries from Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in France
Yum! The addition of the patisserie at the end of the movie in the France Pavilion was brilliant. There’s actually a lot to choose from in this little café, and almost all of it is good quick eats food, but I’m a sucker for a chocolate croissant. They also have lovely baguettes and sandwiches. But how could you resist those pastries?
3. Popcorn from Snack Cart Outside Figment
Little obscure, I know. For some reason, I always feel the need for popcorn when I’m in this part of Future World. (Let’s face it: no one NEEDS popcorn…but it’s just so tempting.) This little snack cart is placed at the fork between the path to Figment and the Land. They also have churros and ice cream, I think. But this popcorn has a bunch of flavor options, too! Bring on the cheesy popcorn.
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4. Mickey Pretzel from The Land Cart in The Land
The Land is a great spot to grab some quick serve food. There are plenty of meal options here, too, but if you just want a speedy snack, I recommend a Mickey pretzel! It’s the best kind of pretzel, really. I’ll admit that this isn’t the healthiest or freshest meal option at The Land, but it sure is yummy! And easy to carry around the Park. Did I mention it comes with cheese sauce?
5. Turkey Leg from Fire and Drum Tavern in American Adventure
To be honest with you, most of the food at American Adventure is good grab and go food. They have funnel cake, popcorn, burgers and hot dogs. I just happen to prefer a good old turkey leg. It’s a classic Disney snack and I love any opportunity to try to eat a whole one. The great thing is you just need one hand for this bad boy!
6. Shaved Ice from Kabuki Café in Japan
This little café is easy to breeze by. Just over the border into Japan from America, lies the Kabuki Café. While you can get sushi and wines and beers here, they’re really known for their Kakigōri. Kakigōri is Japanese shaved ice that comes with Rainbow, Strawberry, Melon, Cherry, or Tangerine flavoring. For an extra price you can get it with a sweet milk topping. This is a quick, refreshing treat!
7. Pot Stickers from Lotus Blossom Café in China
Lotus Blossom has a lot of quick serve options and all of them are delicious, in my opinion. But for the sake of walking around the park, I’d go with the Pot Stickers. They’re technically listed as an appetizer, but they make a great snack to split…or not! These are filled with meat and fried to perfection! My advice: make sure to get a Peach Oolong Iced Tea to complete the meal…
8. Gelato from Gelati in Italy
I have never met a gelato I didn’t like. I tend to get lost in the grandeur of the Italy Pavilion. It’s easy to miss the little things, like the Gelati cart! This stop is just a tiny cart placed in front of the shops, tucked in with flowers and topiaries. Here you can grab some delicious Italian ice cream. You can go simple with a cone of flavors of your choosing or fancy like espresso poured over gelato!
9. Bratwurst or Frankfurter from Sommerfest in Germany
Hot dogs are typically grab and go type meals anyway, right? Well, these are just really good hot dogs. Bratwurst is a German pork sausage and Frankfurter is what we all know as a hot dog. You can grab both from the Germany Pavilion. If you’re into it, they come with sauerkraut and homemade paprika chips!
10. Churros from La Cantina de San Angel in Mexico
And last, but certainly not least, is the churro. Churros are kind of a big deal in the parks in general, but these are special. From the Mexico Pavilion, these authentic Mexican treats are covered in sugary goodness and come with sugary goodness in the form of caramel for dipping! Definitely easy to cart around, but they’re so good that honestly they won’t last very long!