You do not need a festival to chow down on small bites as you make your way around the World Showcase pavilions picking up snacks at Epcot. Spend the day grabbing some quick snacks at these counter service locations and enjoy the international food at Disney World’s second largest theme park.
Epcot snacks around the world
You can have a snack at every pavilion which I think is a really fun way to experience Epcot.
Your first stop as you enter the world showcase is probably Mexico. If you visit Canada first, let me know about it in the comments! While you are here, you can pick up some tacos at Cantina de San Angel, or you can make a quicker stop at Choza de Margarita for this spicy corn topped with chipotle mayo, quest fresco, and Tajin chili-lime powder.
When you pass through Norway pavilion at Epcot, be sure to pick up a baked good from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. Try the School bread, a custard filled sweet roll dipped in coconut.
Venture into the back of the China Pavilion at Epcot to the House of Good Fortune to get a huge flowery cotton candy treat. The cotton candy vender sells made to order cotton candy with up to five colourful layers!
I can’t resist stopping by Somerfest for a bratwurst when I come through the Germany pavilion at Epcot, but there are other popular sides and deserts to get there as well. This is the best place to get a real Bavarian style pretzel. Not like the Mickey Pretzels you find elsewhere.
Pizzas and Gelato
Italy is another place full of amazing food. And I’m talking about the Italy pavilion. Didn’t you know you could get pizza by the slice at a walk up window at one of Italian restaurants in Epcot, Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria. Before you venture too far though, pick up some sweet Gelati Creations at Gelateria Toscana.
Jumbo Turkey Leg
By the time you get to the American pavilion at Epcot it will be time for some protein. What is better than a Jumbo Turkey Leg at the Fife & Drum Tavern to fill you up and keep you going? It just so happens that this pavilion has plenty of seating and entertainment, so if the tryptophan kicks in, you’re in the right place.
Kakigori with Sweet Milk Topping
On the outer edge of the Japan Pavilion at Epcot you will find Kabuki Cafe, a kiosk that sells shaved ice called Kakigõri. it comes in a variety of fruity flavours and for an added treat, you can add sweet milk topping.
Spice Road Table is a table service location at the Morocco pavilion at Epcot that sits on the water overlooking the lagoon. They offer a full assortments of Mediterranean food such has Naan Spreads, Grilled Lamb Kefta, and House-made Hummus Fries. You can also purchase a drink in the standing only bar inside. You can also order snacks at Epcot at the window, or try your luck inside and order assorted Moroccan pastries.
Fromage And Ice Cream
In the France Pavilion at Epcot, it almost isn’t fair to take just one snack. There is such a variety of sweet and savoury foods to choose from between L’Artisan des Glaces and La Halles Boulangerie. At this point in your journey, though, I recommend the Fromage at Les Halles. A delicious assortment of imported cheese.
Fish and Chips
If your like me the Yorkshire County Fish Shop will be irresistible as you walk through the United Kingdom pavilion. Fish and Chips are just perfect here and they make a good quick bite if you feel like more of a meal. Otherwise, you can stick to snacking by picking up Cuties® Mandarin 3-pack, which is an easy and fast healthy fruit snack to eat.
Finally we come to the end of the road, the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. You can’t leave Canada without having something Maple flavoured. It just so happens that the popcorn cart as you pass by has a variety and actually offers Maple Popcorn, which I use say is way better than Caramel popcorn.
The best Epcot snacks are always the ones you can eat on the go while visiting the pavilions at the World Showcase. Time is of the essence when you are visiting Walt Disney World! There is no better time to try the best food to eat at Epcot than during the International Food and Wine Festival in the fall.