Top 5 counter service restaurants in Epcot
Disney Vacation Guide:Top 5 Counter Service Restaurants in Epcot
Looking for a quick (and de-licious) bite to eat in Disney’s Epcot theme park? There’s no shortage of options but why not go for something a little unique? You can get a burger anywhere!
The following are our picks for 5 of the best counter service restaurants in Epcot.
If you’re into bratwurst and sauerkraut (really, who isn’t?) head to the Germany Pavilion and you’ll feel right at home. The atmosphere is nice and cozy – it’s the perfect place to sip on an ice cold beer while chomping on a tasty sausage. You can get a meal for under $15 here and the wait isn’t usually too long. Oh and for something sweet be sure to order a hand-pulled apple strudel.
The food at this fast counter service restaurant in The Land Pavilion is rated the best on the property by many guests. Food is above average-quality here and there are many, many choices from Asian noodle bowls and salads to sandwiches on grilled flatbreads and mouthwatering desserts. Everything is so fresh!
Yorkshire County Fish Shop
What better place to find the best fish & chips in Disney World than the United Kingdom Pavilion? The price is right, too, with a two-piece fish & chips ringing in at roughly $7.99. Seating can be tough to come by so be prepared to look for a bench or seat nearby to sit down and enjoy your meal.
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafé
Dine on Norwegian-influenced meals at this quick-service restaurant for lunch or dinner. Almost everything is prepared fresh. Don’t let the exotic factor of Norway cuisine deter you from trying this place. It’s one of Disney’s hidden jewels serving up delicious sandwiches and sweets. If you do nothing else while you’re in Disney, head here and get yourself a school bread.
In the Morocco Pavilion almost everything on the menu is unique and delicious. You might be here for awhile because portions are pretty big! Luckily the seating area is interesting to look at. Try the lamb Shawarma Platter. Mmm.
Do you prefer to grab a quick bite or sit down and savor your meal?