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Dining and Restaurants at Epcot

Future World Dining and Restaurants

Although the restaurants are high in quality, guests to Epcot's Future World have a somewhat limited choice of restaurants. In fact, the selection of restaurants is woefully lacking for the number of attractions and the size of Future World, making what is there terribly crowded for those wanting to avoid the "worldly" cuisine within Epcot's World Showcase.

Restaurants and eateries are classified by meals served and amount you should expect to spend per person (in alphabetical order):

$ = Inexpensive (under $15)*
$$ = Moderate ($16 to $25)*
$$$ = Expensive ($26 to $45)*
$$$$ = Very Expensive (Over $45)*

Coral Reef Restaurant

Coral Reef Restaurant at Epcot

Located in the Seas with Nemo and Friends pavilion, guests dine "under the sea." Tiered seating and a wall of windows offers a fantastic view of the Living Sea to all diners. Although it might be unsettling to eat seafood in front of sea life, other choices are on the menu as well — including steak, pork chops, chicken and vegetarian selections. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.
| Coral Reef Restaurant Review |

Electric Umbrella Restaurant

This counter-service restaurant in Innoventions East is perfect for a quick meal and to cool off on a hot day. The food is average American fare — hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches and strips and vegetable wraps. No reservations. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner $.

Garden Grill Restaurant

Located on the top level of The Land pavilion, the Garden Grill rotates, providing a changing view of The Land. During the buffet dinner, Chip n Dale, Mickey and Pluto mingle among the guests. Reservations accepted and suggested. Dinner $$$.

Seasons Food Court

Downstairs at The Land pavilion the food court was remodeled a couple of years ago, updating not only the decor and seating, but the menu as well. The healthier menu consists of:

  • Asian Wok Shop featuring noodle bowls and stir fry.
  • Sandwich Shop & Bakery with freshly-baked breads in made-to-order sandwiches — vegetable Cuban, turkey muffaletta and ham and salami.
  • Soup & Salad Shop with wonderfully flavorful fresh soups and salads.
  • Wood-Fired Grill Shop featuring rotisserie chicken and beef and grilled salmon.

No reservations. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner $.

*Prices are subject to change.

Guests to Epcot's World Showcase can truly "dine around the world" and experience a wide variety of International cuisine in authentically themed restaurants. Whether you are looking for elegance and charm in an upscale fine dining experience or entertainment in a more casual dining setting, Epcot's World Showcase has it all.
Restaurants and eateries are classified by meals served and amount you should expect to spend per person (in alphabetical order by country):

$ = Inexpensive (under $15)*
$$ = Moderate ($16 to $25)*
$$$ = Expensive ($26 to $45)*
$$$$ = Very Expensive (Over $45)*

Future World Dining and Restaurants


American Pavilion

  • Liberty Inn - What could be more American than cheeseburgers, chicken strips or sandwiches and hot dogs? This counter-service restaurant has lots of indoor seating and an outdoor terrace.

Canadian Pavilion

Epcot Dining at Le Cellier

  • Le Cellier - Literally translating into "the cellar," Le Cellier was designed to resemble a wine cellar. The selection of vintages displayed, the stone arches and its windowless location below the Chateau at the Canada Pavilion add to the look of authenticity. A full menu of Canadian foods are offered from appetizers to desserts. Cocktails, wine and beer available. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$$.

China Pavilion

  • Nine Dragons Restaurant - Typical Chinese cuisine from appetizers to desssert. Cocktails, wine and specialty drinks available. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$$.
  • Lotus Blossom Cafe - Counter-service Asian cuisine. Lunch and Dinner $.

France Pavilion

Bistro de Paris - Upscale dining with a

  • Bistro de Paris - Upscale unique dining with a "resort casual" dress code. Gourmet dining features lobster, lamb, filet mignon, duck, scallops, fresh seafood and pork tenderloin. Reservations required. Dinner $$$ to $$$$.
  • Boulangerie Patisserie - Counter-service for snacks or quick meals featuring French baguettes, croissants, quiches, sandwiches and desserts. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner $.
  • Crepes des Chefs de France - You can't do France without doing crepes. Crepes filled with chocolate, strawberry preserve or sugar. Cappucino, expresso and assorted cold drinks. Counter-service. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner $.
  • Les Vins des Chefs de France - Champagne, beer, wine and specialty drinks. $.

Germany Pavilion

  • Biergarten - Lively entertainment and an authentic Bavarian theme provide an Octoberfest atmosphere year round. Reservations are not required. Guests are seated at banquet-style tables (with other guests) for a hearty buffet. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.


Italy Pavilion

  • Pasticceria Italiana: Alfredo di Roma - Italian pastries, latte, cappuccino, expresso and more. Snacks $.
  • Tutto Italia Ristorante - This is a temporary restaurant that was supposed to be updated with a new restaurant in the fall of 2008, but those plans have apparently been tabled. Reservations suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$$ to $$$$.

Japan Pavilion

Mitsukoshi Teppan Edo - Enjoy Teppan-yaki style cuisine

  • Mitsukoshi Teppan Edo - Enjoy Teppan-yaki style cuisine, majestic atmosphere and Japanese hospitality. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.
  • Mitsukoshi Tokyo Dining - A mix of traditional and modern Japanese cuisine. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $ to $$.

Mexico Pavilion

  • Cantina de San Angel - A festive counter-service restaurant, with outdoor seating overlooking the World Showcase Lagoon, featuring Mexican fare. Lunch and Dinner $.
    San Angel Inn - Romantic and intimate describes your theme park dining experience amid Mexican tile floors, stucco walls and "twilight" atmosphere. Grilled beef, chicken and seafood dishes are the highlight of the Mexican experience. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.

Moracco Pavilion

  • Restaurant Marrakesh - Enter through massive carved doors into an elaborate setting of arched columns and beamed ceilings. Adding to the authentic charm are belly dancers accompanied by Moroccan musicians. Chicken Couscous and Roast Lamb Meshoui are Moroccan favorites. If you're not sure what to order, try the Sultan's Sampler Platter. Reservations are not required, but suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.
  • Tangierine Café - A counter-service restaurant featuring chicken, lamb and vegetable wraps and platters. Lunch and Dinner $.

Norway Pavilion

  • Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe - An outdoor counter-service restaurant with outdoor seating. A selection of open-faced sandwiches, soup, desserts and drinks. Lunch and Dinner $.
  • Restaurant Akershus - The regal setting of this restaurant patterned after its namesake in Oslo, Norway is the perfect backdrop for the Princess Storybook Character Dining. Reservations required. Admission to Epcot not included, but required. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.

Epcot Dining at United Kingdom Pavilion

  • Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room - Hearty meals with traditional English flavors, along with ales, lagers, stouts, beers and cider. Reservations accepted and suggested. Lunch and Dinner $$ to $$$.
  • Yorkshire County Fish Shop featuring Harry Ramsden's - Counter-quick service dining restaurant featuring Harry Ramsden's Fish and Chips. No reservations. Lunch and Dinner $.

*Prices are subject to change.