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11 Delicious Meals Around Epcot’s World Showcase at Walt Disney World

Throughout Walt Disney Word, there are hundreds of dining locations that guests can enjoy that offer up unique experiences, menus, atmospheres, and more. What is most impressive about the dining option sin Walt Disney World is that every single location features its own theme and impressive range of menu options that allow guests to really tailor their culinary experience to their dining preferences and budgets. One of the most popular destinations in Walt Disney World to enjoy incredible dining options is World Showcase in Epcot. The area is home to countries from around the world that each feature their own full service and quick service dining options that bring flavors and ingredients from across the globe to life in inventive and delicious ways. While there are plenty of amazing locations to eat in World Showcase, some meals are simply so amazing that they cannot be missed. Here are the top eleven delicious meals to enjoy while traveling the world in Epcot’s World Showcase!

1. Pollo a Las Rajas – San Angel Inn Restaurante

The Mexico Pavilion is one of the most popular in World Showcase thanks to its several amazing dining options and beautiful ancient pyramid where it is always nighttime. The San Angel Inn Restaurante is situated inside of the ancient pyramid and offers up authentic Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner that guests can enjoy while watching a volcano smoking in the distance and boats serenely gliding by. A wonderful option at the location is the Pollo a Las Rajas which features grilled chicken breast over a bed of roasted garlic potatoes with onions, red peppers, and a poblano pepper cream sauce topped with queso fresco.

2. Tradisjonell Kjottkake – Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

The Norway Pavilion is always busy thanks to its wonderful experiences including Frozen Ever After and the chance to meet Anna and Elsa. Akershus Royal Banquet Hall is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and invites guests to dine among the Disney Princesses on traditional Norwegian food that is unique and delicious. A great lunch option that guests love to indulge in are the Tradisjonell Kjottkake which are Norwegian meatballs served with mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and lingonberry sauce.

3. Nine Dragons Lunch Box – Nine Dragons Restaurant

One of the most architecturally beautiful pavilions in World Showcase is the China Pavilion which features winding streets, beautiful gardens and water features, and much more. While exploring the pavilion, guests should stop at the full service Nine Dragons Restaurant to enjoy an authentic Chinese meal for lunch or dinner. A popular menu item to enjoy at lunch is the Nine Dragons Lunch Box which serves up two Kowloon Spare Ribs, one General Tso’s Chicken Bao Bun, and guests’ choice of soup.

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4. Buffet Selections – Biergarten Restaurant

A unique dining location in Epcot’s World Showcase can be found in the rear of the popular Germany Pavilion. The Biergarten Restaurant celebrates Oktoberfest for lunch and dinner each day and invites guests to sit at family style picnic tables and enjoy traditional German cuisine and live entertainment. Food at the popular location is served buffet style, and guests are sure to love delicious German classics including Schnitzel, Spaetzle, Sauerkraut, Rotisserie Chicken, Braised Red Cabbage, and more.

5. San Gennaro Pizza – Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria

The Italy Pavilion in World Showcase is home to several full service dining locations that each offer up authentic and delicious Italian cuisine that highlights the fresh flavors and ingredients found in the country. Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria is very popular with guests for lunch and dinner thanks to its wood-fired pizza ovens that serves up some amazing options. Wood-fired pizzas come in a variety of options and sizes, however a popular choice is the San Gennaro Pizza which is a white pizza topped with mozzarella, fontina, sweet Italian sausage, cherry peppers, onions, and tomato.

6. Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich – Liberty Inn

The American Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is the host country of the area and also the only location that does not feature a full service dining option. Instead, the pavilion is home to an amazing quick service dining option that offers up American classics for lunch and dinner each day. Liberty Inn is situated on the left side of the pavilion and guests are sure to love digging into the delicious Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich which is topped with lettuce, pimento spread, and smoked bacon and served with either apple slices or French fries.

7. Filet Mignon – Teppan Edo

Like the Italy Pavilion, the Japan Pavilion is home to several full service dining options that each serve up absolutely amazing cuisine that highlights the flavors and cooking styles of Japan. Teppan Edo is open daily for lunch and dinner and features a Teppan-yaki-style of cooking where chefs prepare meals fresh in front of guests on massive table-side grills. A wonderful option to enjoy off the menu is the Filet Mignon which is six ounces and served with a garden salad, udon noodles, vegetables, and steamed white rice.

8. Roasted Lamb Shank – Restaurant Marrakesh

The rear of the Morocco Pavilion is home to a wonderful full service dining location that combines the flavors of Morocco with live entertainment and a wonderful atmosphere. Restaurant Marrakesh is open for lunch and dinner each day and guests can order up traditional cuisine while enjoying entertainment including live music and belly dancing. A great menu option that guests are sure to love is the Roasted Lamb Shank which is accompanied by mixed vegetables, yellow rice, zucchini, capers-lemon confit, and tomatoes.

9. Poulet Farmier a la Lyonnaise – Chefs de France

While each pavilion in World Showcase immerses guests in a different location, none is as immersive as the France pavilion whose charm and winding streets make guests truly feel as though they are exploring Paris. While spending time in the pavilion, guests should definitely plan on enjoying lunch or dinner at the wonderful Chefs de France where traditional cuisine is brought to life in a welcoming atmosphere. A popular menu choice at the restaurant is the Poulet Farmier a la Lyonnaise which is a Lyon-style roasted chicken served with tomatoes, vinegar sauce, and mashed potatoes.

10. Fish and Chips – Rose & Crown Dining Room

One of the most popular dining locations in all of World Showcase can be found in the UK Pavilion, offering guests the chance to indulge in traditional British pub options in a location that is both lively and homey. The Rose & Crown Dining Room features an indoor dining area as well as an outdoor patio, both of which are impacted by the lively crowd always found at the attached Rose & Crown Pub. While the menu at the restaurant features some popular options, none is quite as popular as the Fish and Chips which are beer-battered and served with house-made tartar sauce.

11. Le Cellier Filet Mignon – Le Cellier Steakhouse

The final pavilion in World Showcase is the Canada Pavilion which features striking architecture, a rustic charm, and beautiful gardens. Also found there is a full service location open for lunch and dinner that serves up classic steakhouse options infused with the flavors and ingredients of Canada. Le Cellier Steakhouse brings guests into a small and intimate dining room where low vaulted ceilings and warm lighting make the atmosphere cozy and inviting. One of the most delicious menu options at the location is the Le Cellier Filet Mignon which is a AAA Canadian tenderloin perfectly pared with mushroom risotto, asparagus-tomato relish, and a truffle-butter sauce.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.