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Enjoy a Progressive Supper at EPCOT!

We all know the joys of eating around the world — World Showcase that is — during a day at EPCOT. But what if you could build a meal from all the most delicious options in the Park? Well, with a progressive supper model of dining, we can! EPCOT has some of the best food at Walt Disney World Resort, so this dining adventure is sure to be fun and delicious. Join us in this article as we progress through different parts of our meal in different locations around the Park and enjoy all EPCOT has to offer in the culinary arts. Come on, let’s enjoy a progressive supper at EPCOT!

Salad

Our journey begins in Future World at The Land. Head on over to Sunshine Seasons to kick off this progressive supper. As soon as you walk into The Land, you can smell the delicious food at Sunshine Seasons. The cuisine at this quick-service restaurant is American with a fresh and delicious spin. In fact, a lot of the vegetables served up at Sunshine Seasons are grown right in The Land in the Living With the Land greenhouses! So, when we say this salad is fresh, we mean really fresh.

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We recommend you begin your progressive supper with the Caesar Salad. A classic leafy green salad with Caesar dressing, croutons, fresh grated Parmesan, and oak-fired chicken, the salad makes for a solid start to your progressive supper. Coming in at $11.29 this salad is even large enough to share.

If you’re looking for a more non-traditional take on a salad, might we suggest the Asian vegetable noodle salad? Ringing up at $11.99 the salad with Wakame, tuna poke, and spicy mayonnaise is hard to pass up. Disney World dining seems to get more tempting and delicious all the time.

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Soup

Shrimp Tempura at Katsura Grill

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The soup course means it’s time to head towards World Showcase. Meander on over to the Japanese Pavilion and into Katsura Grill for this next menu item. As a diehard noodle fan, a trip to EPCOT is incomplete for me without a steaming bowl of udon noodles from this Japanese restaurant. Tonight, we’re having the Shrimp Tempura Udon for $13 and enjoying every hearty, steamy, and slurpy bite.

If shrimp isn’t your thing, a bowl of Vegetable Udon is available for $12, or you could go a different route and try a Pork Ramen Bowl that is served with pork and vegetables for $13. If the weather is nice, take your food outside to enjoy the Japanese Garden behind the Katsura Grill, you’ll be glad you did.

Cocktail

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Asking a Disney foodie to choose a favorite cocktail in World Showcase should be illegal. There are so many delicious drinks to choose from in this Disney Park. Still, if I must choose, I will direct you to the Morocco Pavilion to try the Frozen Citrus Pomegranate Slushy. This specialty beverage doesn’t come cheap, but it is incredibly delicious. The frozen citrus pomegranate slushy ice, blended with Absolut mandarin vodka, hits the spot on a hot Florida day and is a Guest favorite. The bad news is it does come in at $16 per glass, but it would absolutely be the cocktail I reach for during my EPCOT progressive supper.

Appetizer

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Let’s round the World Showcase and walk toward the Disney Skyliner and the World Showcase entrance of the Park as we prepare for our next course. What hits the spot more than a Galette? Savory crêpes make for the perfect appetizer, so we are heading over to Le Crêperie de Paris for our appetizer course in the French Pavilion. One of the newest restaurant additions to EPCOT World Showcase, this eatery offers a prix fixe menu of soup or salad a Galette with a hard cider or soda, and a dessert crêpe for $34.95.

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Tonight, we are opting for an appetizer only so we are noshing on the Chèvre Crêpe that’s filled with goat cheese, spinach, and walnuts, and rings in at $16.95. Who knew theme park food could be so unique, and where else are you going to find a savory crêpe this decadent outside of France?!

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Entrée

Fish & Chips from Yorkshire County Fish Shop

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Now it’s time for the main course. Craving some hearty beer-battered fish and chips? Yeah, me too. For our entrée, we are headed to the United Kingdom Pavilion in World Showcase, specifically to Yorkshire County Fish Shop. This walk-up quick-service eatery is famous for bass ale and harp lager beer. You will see quite a few Guests sipping it while mulling around the pavilion and enjoying it while strolling World Showcase.

The drinks are great, but we are here for the eats. We’re going to purchase the Fish and Chips entrée for $12.99 and be sure to snag some malt vinegar at the nearby condiment cart for maximum dipping enjoyment. This is a really heavy meal, so don’t be fooled by the two fish fillets in your basket, the serving size is more than enough.

Dessert

Kakigori at Kabuki Cafe

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We bet this dessert is not one you enjoy every day, and a Disney vacation is the perfect time to try new things. Head back over to the Japanese Pavilion to experience Japanese shaved ice doused in delicious flavorings. This light and delicious dessert is located at Kabuki Café. You can order an alcoholic shaved ice called the Sake Mist for $10 available in blood orange, coconut, pineapple, or blackberry flavors. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could even snack on Chilled edamame.

We recommend Kakigori with sweet milk topping. This Japanese shaved ice is available in rainbow, strawberry, melon, cherry, tangerine, or blue raspberry, and it’s doused with a sweet milk topping to make it extra delicious. We love that this dessert is light and delicious and super affordable, coming in at only $7.

Coffee

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An after-dinner coffee should come from no other EPCOT source than the Italian Pavilion. If you’re a fan of espresso, do not miss a trip to Gelateria Toscana to enjoy an authentic Italian espresso. Take your time meandering around the Italian Pavilion enjoying the architecture and mini Trevi Fountain before enjoying coffee at this café.

You can purchase a single espresso for only $3, but we recommend a double for $4.50. If espresso isn’t your thing, feel free to order a more traditional Café Americano for $5 or enjoy a cappuccino, mocha, or latte. Delicious coffee is the perfect end to your progressive supper in EPCOT.

Don’t miss our progressive supper plan for Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, and Disney Springs!

About Katie Chapman

Hey There! I am a Georgia native with a passion for writing, traveling, cooking, decorating, pugs and of course all things Disney. Growing up in South Georgia just a few hours from Walt Disney World made for a magical childhood. Some of my best memories were made on Main Street U.S.A. with my sister watching SpectroMagic nighttime parade or beside my grandparents, parents and extended family at Chef Mickey’s celebrating on a family vacation. Epcot was my favorite park from a young age and I credit it with my interest in and love for international travel. As a kid I loved meeting characters and watching films around World Showcase and could spend hours exploring each of the countries in Epcot. These days, my husband and I get away to explore a new country whenever we can and even incorporate trips to The Disney Store and Disney Parks around the world in our travels. One of our travel goals is to visit every Disney Park in the world. I love writing about Disney restaurants, park tips, Disney outfit inspiration and Disney history. Pocahontas is my favorite Disney Princess (90s kid here!) but Mr. Toad is my spirit animal. When I’m not at Disney I’m reading about park history, watching Disney documentaries and shopping vintage Disney merch for park outfits. I never pass up a reservation to Ohana, an empty seat on Living with the Land or a Violet Sake.