A few weeks ago, I began a series on Quick Service dining around Walt Disney World. If you missed part 1, you can catch up here. Today, we will be heading around Epcot and talking about my favorite Quick Service eateries and snack locations!
Epcot has such a huge amount of options for food. It also has my favorite Quick Service restaurant on all of Walt Disney World - Sunshine Seasons! This place is my favorite for a variety of reasons. First, it is located in the Land Pavilion, which is my favorite. It's my happy place, and sometimes during a stressful day I like to envision sitting in the food court area here, looking up at the Seasonal Hot Air Balloons that decorate the ceiling.
Of course, the important part, even more than the atmosphere, is the yummy food! Sunshine Seasons has a variety of options: Stir Fry, Salads, Sandwiches, Rotisserie Chicken, Soups... and so much more! The pastry section never ceases to amaze, and you are sure to find something for every palate! There are also fantastic breakfast selections.
In all my food pictures, I am ashamed to say that I do not have a single picture of my typical order here -- the salmon over green beans. It's so amazing! I do have a picture of my husband eating his favorite dessert, though -- a red velvet whoopie pie!
Sometimes, though, when we are ready for lunch, we are back in World Showcase. On those days, we love to try out the countries. We have recently come to really enjoy the food at the Liberty Inn (American Adventure Pavilion).
All American food with options like Hamburgers, Chicken Wraps, S'mores & Apple Pie abound here. I've always found the food to be tasty, and the lines aren't too bad, either!
Another yummy option is the Cantina de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion. This is the quick service area, and there is a beautiful outdoor seating area that overlooks World Showcase Lagoon. Yet again, no food pictures. Apparently I am always too hungry to snap a picture before I eat...
I also want to give a shout out to 2 of my favorite snack options here. First up is Karamel Küche in the Germany Pavilion. This is Werther's Caramel at its finest, and holy moly is this place good!
My second shout-out goes to France. Between La Boulangerie Patisserie (pastries & coffee) and Les Glaces des France (ice cream), I don't know if I can pick!
So, there you have it. Next time you're at Epcot, give one of these options a whirl - and let me know what you think!