Sunshine Seasons reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Sunshine Seasons, a counter service restaurant in Future World - The Land at Epcot.
Written by Robert Niles
This popular indoor food court, located on the floor level of The Land pavilion, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with prices ranging from $8-13 for entrees at dinner. You'll find four serving stations: A soup-and-salad station, a sandwich station, an Asian noodle-and-stir-fry station, and a grill station with chicken, pork and salmon.
For my money, this is the best counter service meal you can get at WDW. Fresh, tasty meals with large portions for the price you pay. If you're at EPCOT, you should eat here. - Sean Huckel
I love this restaurant. Yes, it's technically fast food, due to the speed of service, but it's very good fast food. Lots of good choices if you want to stay away from burgers and fries. - Keith Forrest
This is one of the best quick service meals at WDW and THE BEST food court on property - Tom Rigg
The chicken selections here were inedible - both the dark meat-only cashew chicken and the chicken on the Caesar salad - fatty and undercooked. Easily the worst theme park meal I've ever had, and I've eaten hundreds of them. There are so many better options at Epcot; avoid this at all costs. - Robert Niles
Not your typical park food and yet it comes with the typical park crowds. We went in the slow season and even though the park was not that busy...this place was jam packed with people. So much so that we had to wait 10 minutes before a table opened up. Perhaps some additional seating is in order. - Brandie S
The best counter service dining option at any of the Disney theme parks. Fresh selections, healthy options, and a wide variety of choices all combine for a great meal. Seating can be tricky, however, as this pavilion is usually packed from open to close. - James Rao
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