We all know the great food at Walt Disney World is one of the major things that keeps us all coming back over and over (and over and over....) Today the Growing Up Disney team discusses our favorite options for a quick meal or snack at Epcot.
(By the way, we don't discuss these topics before we write, nor do we see each other's answers before we write our own. We just usually eat together.)
My favorite place for quick service dessert is Kringla Bakeri og Cafe in the Norway pavilion. Their Sweet Pretzel with Almonds one of my favorites and is large and enough to share for a snack (or to save room to share a School Bread, a Cloudberry Horn, a tart, or Danish too!)
Ridge: I think my favorite counter service spot is the Tangierine Cafe in Morocco. The rustic old world styling, the sights and smells from Morocco are unlike that of any other pavilion. The menu is Mediterranean, serving lamb, chicken and falafel. I enjoy the shawarma platter with lamb. Each platter comes with hummus, tabouleh and tangerine couscous and fresh Moroccan bread. The wraps also come with the same sides. If you want a combo you can get the Mediterranean sliders combo that has three pita pockets with lamb, chicken and falafel. For the non-adventurous kids, burgers and chicken tenders are available. The seating area is outside and shaded and has a nice view of the lagoon. Its a nice place to stop and people watch for a while. If you are looking for just a quick sweet treat, I think my family would all agree with going over to Norway to the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. Everything is good here but the Kringla Sweet Pretzel is supreme. Then for something sweet with a little bite there is always the caramel ginger ice cream in China at Lotus Blossom Cafe.
Amy: My favorite place for a quick lunch is Sunshine Seasons, located in The Land pavilion. This food court has hot options ranging from soup and sandwich to Asian fare. I tend to prefer the cold grab and go selections, such as sushi, fruit and cheese, and yummy specialty salads. We usually get a few items and share them. The downside of this restaurant: it's a little loud, almost always busy, and strollers are not allowed. I guess that last item is a plus for some.
A new favorite is Tangierine Cafe at the Morocco Pavilion. On our trip in April, Ridge and my husband and I had dinner here one evening. We ordered a