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9 Best Quick Eats at Walt Disney World’s Epcot

One of the best things about any vacation is the chance to indulge in delicious food and beverages that might not have otherwise been enjoyed at home. Walt Disney World is no exception and there are hundreds of dining locations located throughout the property. Despite all of the locations, many guests enjoy spending lots of time in Epcot thanks to its seemingly endless experiences and dining options. World Showcase alone is home to over a dozen full service dining locations that serve up amazing cuisine inspired by countries around the world. While full service meals can be wonderful, there are plenty of quick service locations in Epcot that guests can visit to find the perfect on the go bite. Portable foods allow guests to still indulge while not missing any time spent enjoying all of the amazing experiences that Epcot has to offer. From snacks inspired by cuisines from around the world to fresh fruits, there are plenty of grab and go snacks for guests to enjoy in Epcot. Here are the nine best quick eats at Epcot that guests will love having on their next Walt Disney World vacation.

9. Jumbo Pretzel – Sommerfest

One of the liveliest locations in all of Epcot is the Germany Pavilion in World Showcase and guests love to stroll through the charming courtyard taking in the ambiance of a small German village. In addition to the charm, guests can also enjoy some delicious dining options including a small quick service counter that serves several food options and cold beer. Sommerfest’s menu features some amazing choices, but guests looking to snack on the go will absolutely love the Jumbo Pretzel which is served warm, lightly salted, and big enough to share.

8. Pork & Vegetable Egg Roll – Lotus Blossom Café

The China Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is home to a wonderful attraction, unique shopping and entertainment, and several dining locations. Guests looking for a great grab and go snack should stop by Lotus Blossom Café, a quick service restaurant that serves authentic Chinese cuisine. The Pork & Vegetable Egg Rolls are the perfect snack to enjoy while exploring all that the pavilion has to offer.

7. Gelato Cone – Gelati

Guests who are looking to enjoy an on the go snack that is cold and refreshing on a hot day in Epcot should head to the Italy Pavilion for the perfect option. Gelati is a quick service counter location that brings authentic Italian dessert and gelato to life in vibrant and delicious flavors. Guests who are set on exploring the pavilion will love doing so with a Gelato Cone in hand and there are plenty of flavor options to choose from.

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6. Sweet Pretzel with Almonds – Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Like the Jumbo Pretzel served in Germany, there is another pretzel option offered in World Showcase that brings the flavors of Norway to life. Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe is a charming bakery in the Norway Pavilion that serves sandwiches and traditional Norwegian pastries including the beloved School Bread. The best on the go option from the bakery is the Sweet Pretzel with Almonds which features a sweet raisin pretzel glazed with icing and toasted almonds. This is the perfect snack to enjoy while waiting on a lengthy queue for nearby Frozen Ever After!

5. Chocolate Crepe – Crepes des Chefs de France

Another sweet pastry that guests will absolutely love indulging in can be found in the France Pavilion in World Showcase. Crepes des Chefs de France is a small cart location located in the very front of the pavilion right near World Showcase Lagoon. Guests can order soft serve ice cream and assorted beverages in addition to the perfect on the go snack. The Chocolate Crepe is light, sweet, and the perfect snack to enjoy while strolling the quaint and charming streets of the France Pavilion.

4. Croissant Doughnut – The Refreshment Port

Guests looking to try a unique and delicious on the go snack in Epcot should be on the lookout for a counter service location located between the entrance to World Showcase and the Canada Pavilion. The Refreshment Port offers up delicious poutine options that guests will love, but the best grab and go option is the Croissant Doughnut which is served warm and flaky and smothered in cinnamon and sugar.

3. Fruit and Cheese Plate – The Land Cart

After enjoying the popular Land Pavilion in Epcot’s Future World West, guests exit down the gently sloping path and pass by a wonderful quick service cart location on their right. The Land Cart serves up healthy on the go options including a delicious Fruit and Cheese Plate. Guests who opt to enjoy this on the go snack can munch on grapes,, strawberries, cheddar, and a Mini Babybel Snack Cheese.

2. Macaron – Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie

Perhaps one of the most beloved quick service dining locations in all of Epcot can be found in the rear of the France Pavilion. Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie is a traditional French bakery that offers delicious and hearty options in addition to delicate pastries and treats. Guests who are looking to explore the rest of the pavilion while snacking will love the Macaron which is light and fluffy and accompanied by raspberry and lime cream.

1. Kakigori – Kabuki Café

The Japan Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is home to some of the most interesting and unique dining options in all of Walt Disney World, and guests who are looking to enjoy a quick eat that is also refreshing should definitely head there. The pavilion is home to the Kabuki Café quick service counter which serves delicious Kakigori, Japanese shaved ice that is available in flavors including rainbow, strawberry, melon, cherry, and tangerine.

About Caitlin Kane

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