5 Awesome Places to Dine at Disney’s Epcot

I could spend every night of my life in Epcot. If only, if only. But the restaurants in this awesome park completely follow suit: they’re awesome! There are so many fantastic experiences in these dining options that enhance anyone’s vacation. Here are five awesome places to dine in Epcot:

5. Rose and Crown

Dining doesn’t necessarily have to mean purely food, right? Right. London, England is one of my favorite places in the world. When I was lucky enough to study there for a few weeks, I felt like I could belong there. Epcot has beautifully recreated this feeling in the U.K. pavilion, specifically in the Rose and Crown pub. Stepping into this slightly tight-quartered, dimly lit, cheerful space feels exactly like entering an English pub. There’s plenty of spirits to go around, delicious pub food like fish and chips, constant music, laughter and cheers!

4. Le Cellier Steakhouse

As I started to write this section I immediately began craving a filet…. That’s how awesome this restaurant is. Almost hidden beneath the cavernous rocks and waterfalls of the Canada pavilion is Le Cellier. It completely feels like what it sounds like: walking into an old wine cellar, complete with rustic charm and the wafting scent of mouthwatering meat. It’s always busy when I’ve been there, but you almost don’t even notice because you’re too busy taking in everything else. This is an awesome restaurant for its uniqueness, ambiance, and cozy factor.

3. Spice Road Table

The Morocco pavilion is one that stands out to me as awesome no matter what – its detail and authenticity are surreal. Seated on the water of the World Showcase Lagoon is the Spice Road Table, a culturally rich and unique experience. Your meal here will be anything but typical, but will make you fall in love with the cuisine and culture of Morocco. This restaurant is even more awesome if you go for dinner late enough to see IllumiNations while you eat!

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2. Monsieur Paul

Ah, la aliments. This is a restaurant that goes above and beyond. Monsieur Paul is located right above Chefs de France in the France Pavilion. The name and style has changed around a bit over the years, but its class and achievement have not. This dining option is elegant, sophisticated and has a stellar view of Epcot that can’t be seen from anywhere else in the park. But the food is where it stands out. Being a restaurant based off of the world-renowned chef Paul Bocuse, the menu is out of this world. More like art pieces, your meal will stand out as truly awesome.

1. Teppan Edo

Often in Disney the experience makes the meal. This is especially why Japan is an awesome place to dine. Teppan Edo is a hibachi style dining experience that ensures you will be entertained during your meal. The skilled chefs put on an amazing show in which they get to show off and have fun with their guests. Expect to (try to) catch shrimp in your mouth, see an onion volcano, and a ton of knife tricks – just don’t try them at home! Not to mention the meal you actually get to eat after is delicious and cooked exactly to your liking. Awesome, indeed.

About Molly Elias

Molly Elias has been a dedicated Disney fan since she was 18-months old. She has grown up with and learned from Disney her whole life. As her family's main vacation spot, Disney World is a place of love and laughter and magic for her. Her family also prides themselves on their Disney Cruise Line knowledge and would rather be on the high seas with Mickey than anywhere else in the world. Molly plans to keep Disney in her life forever, while also pursuing a writing career. She recently completed a master's program in creative writing in the hopes that someday she will be able to be a writer for the Happiest Company on Earth. Molly keeps Walt's famous quote at the forefront of her life: "Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."