Epcot's World Showcase - Your Culinary Journey

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Epcot's World Showcase is one of the park's most unique features, taking guests on a culinary journey around the globe. With 11 different pavilions representing countries from Mexico to Morocco, there's something for every taste and appetite. In this blog, we'll take a closer look at some of the best eats at the World Showcase and offer tips for making the most of your culinary adventure.


The Mexico pavilion is home to several great dining options, including La Hacienda de San Angel and the San Angel Inn. However, one of the most popular dishes is the street-style tacos from the outdoor kiosk, La Cantina de San Angel. These delicious tacos come with your choice of beef, chicken, or pork, and are topped with fresh cilantro, onions, and a tangy sauce.


The Norway pavilion is famous for its delicious baked goods, including the traditional Norwegian waffles from the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. These sweet treats are served with fresh strawberries and whipped cream, and are perfect for a mid-day snack or breakfast.


The China pavilion is home to one of the best quick-service restaurants in the park, the Lotus Blossom Café. Here, you'll find a range of classic Chinese dishes like pot stickers, egg rolls, and orange chicken. However, the standout dish is the pork and vegetable steamed buns, which are soft, fluffy, and bursting with flavor.


The Germany pavilion is a must-visit for anyone who loves traditional German cuisine. At the Biergarten Restaurant, you'll find a range of delicious dishes like sausages, schnitzel, and spaetzle. However, the real star of the show is the apple strudel, which is served warm and topped with vanilla ice cream.


The Italy pavilion is home to several great restaurants, but one of the best dishes can be found at the outdoor cart, Via Napoli Pizza Window. Here, you can grab a slice of delicious Neapolitan-style pizza, made with fresh mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes. For a true taste of Italy, be sure to pair your pizza with a cold glass of Limoncello.


The Morocco pavilion is a hidden gem when it comes to dining options. The standout dish is the chicken shawarma platter from the Tangerine Café, which comes with tender marinated chicken, hummus, tabbouleh, and warm pita bread. For a sweet treat, don't miss the baklava from the Tangierine Café Bakery.


The Canada pavilion is home to the famous Le Cellier Steakhouse, which serves up delicious Canadian-inspired dishes like poutine and steak. For a quicker option, be sure to stop by the Refreshment Port for a Canadian classic - the Beaver Tail. These sweet pastries are shaped like a beaver's tail and come topped with your choice of toppings like cinnamon sugar or Nutella.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom pavilion is known for its classic pub fare, and the Rose & Crown Pub is a great spot to try some authentic British dishes. One of the standout dishes is the fish and chips, which comes with a crispy beer-battered fish and freshly fried chips. For a sweet treat, be sure to stop by the Yorkshire County Fish Shop for a traditional British-style sticky toffee pudding.


The France pavilion is home to some of the best desserts in the park. The Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie is a must-visit for any sweet tooth, with a range of delicious pastries like croissants, éclairs, and macarons. For a heartier option, be sure to check out the Chefs de France restaurant for classic French dishes like coq au vin or bouillabaisse.


The Japan pavilion is home to some of the best sushi in the park. At the Katsura Grill, you'll find a range of sushi rolls, bento boxes, and noodle dishes. For a unique dining experience, be sure to check out the Teppan Edo restaurant, where you can watch as skilled chefs prepare your meal right in front of you on a teppanyaki grill.

Overall, Epcot's World Showcase offers a unique culinary journey around the globe, with something for every taste and appetite. By trying some of the best eats at each pavilion, you're sure to have a memorable experience and satisfy your taste buds along the way.