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    Oh the bakery in Norway is AMAZING...so many delicious treats!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ILoveMickey'77 View Post

    I also like the Slow-roasted Pork Chop at Sunshine Seasons. If you are on the Counter Service Dining Plan, it's definitely a good use of your credit.
    Another vote for the pork chop!!
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    Another vote for the Fish & Chips.

    I also like the Katsura Grill(Japan) for lunch. The food is really good and light while also eating in a very quite area of EPCOT. Great views of giant golf ball too.
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    I like the Tacos de Pollo from La Cantina & the Fish & Chips from Yorkshire House. Even though they have Salmon everywhere in WDW, I really enjoy the Oak Grilled Salmon with Kalamata olive Pesto at Sunshine Seasons also.
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    Fish and chips, anything from the French bakery or Sunshine Seasons.

    I'm counting the days until I get another quiche from France. Yum!
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    Morocco and France are our favorites! Morocco has amazing CS, and the food has always been excellent.

    And the French pastries and desserts are top notch. I love getting champagne and dessert and watching the fireworks!

    Mexico and China also have good CS choices. And love the brats in Germany.

    Alot of times we'll get kids meals at each of those countries or share an adult meal and work our way around. The food is soooo good in Epcot!
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    Noway bakery for dessert!
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    This one is easy, Fish n Chips at the UK Pavilion


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    Im big on the Mexican style food so, La Cantina de San Angel is great for me, love that Nacho platter! It's went a little downhill with the new chips they started doing 2 years ago but its still really good, plus there is alot more seating inside and outside now. Also The Land had that facelift and I heard that breakfast is very good from my parents when they went last year.

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    Another vote here for Tangierine Cafe. I think it's the best counter-service restaurant in any of the four parks. The schwarma platters are wonderful.
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    Germany brautwurst MMMMMmmmmm!
    Sauerkraut and extra mustard so good!
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    Nachos in Mexico. Those babies are loaded!
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    Default Best Food item from EPCOT Counter Service

    I am never at a loss for good CS food at Epcot. My usual stops are at UK, Japan, France and Sunshine Seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyduggan View Post
    What are your favorite counter service food items at EPCOT?
    DH and I love Sunshine Seasons in The Land. We ate breakfast there several times on our last couple trips and loved everything we ordered! We would really like to also try lunch and dinner as the selections sound very delicious (i.e. Oak-grilled Rotisserie Chicken, Slow-roasted pork chop with cheddar mashed potatoes, Sweet and Sour Chicken with Jasmine rice, the list goes on and on)!

    Another favorite is the Yakitori House in Japan. They have great Teriyaki Chicken and Salmon that you can either get alone or with steamed vegetables and rice. I usually order one of the teriyaki meats (no veggies or rice) with a side salad because the salad comes with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red cabbage, and carrot topped with ginger dressing. Yum!
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    Another vote for the fish and chips! or anything in Sunshine Seasons.
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    We also love the fish & chips that your can get in England

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    Yall have convinced me to try fish and chips next trip!! lol

    My personal menu for CS in Epcot would start out with

    NORWAY Ham and apple sandwich, salad with bleu cheese and a school bread for desert.

    GERMANY: Bratwurst, saurkraut, bun thing *Drool* then the black forrest cake spin wheel thing

    Everything else I usually graze and eat from Food and Wine fest snacks but give those two a try, I'm drooling and 64 days away from eating both
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaLovesDisney View Post
    Germany brautwurst MMMMMmmmmm!
    Sauerkraut and extra mustard so good!
    Boom!! Same here. With a shot of jager and a cold stein. Gotta love it!

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    Can I add...

    ...pretty much every dessert at the Boulangerie Patisserie! We especially love the Napoleon.

    My BIL, who has spent plenty of time abroad in French territories, said that the pastries at the Boulangerie Patisserie are the closest he's had to the real thing. And, since they're actually made by french chefs and he's been away from French bakeries for 15 years, I would say that he probably remembers those pastries being better than they really were.
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    I LOVE the Tangerine Cafe's Lamb and Chicken Shawarma combo platter! I cannot go to Epcot without getting one of those!! I also love the Fish and Chips in the UK. For dessert, I also like the bakery in Norway for the school bread.
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