A step above traditional quick service, Sunshine Seasons offers variety, delicious food, and a prime location in Epcot’s Future World.
Located in the Land pavilion, this quick service gem is situated within steps of Soarin’, one of Epcot’s most popular attractions. The classic Living with the Land boat ride and Disney’s educational Circle of Life film also share space with Sunshine Seasons in the 253,780 square foot Land pavilion.
Seating in the dining area is plentiful, with condiment bars located on both sides of the entry as you leave the registers. Guests have five stations to choose their meals from: the Asian Wok Shop, the Sandwich Shop and Bakery, the Soup and Salad shop, the Wood-Fired Grill Shop, and a plentiful “Grab & Go” section.
Sunshine Seasons is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Variety is the key element here. Choices include ginger Mongolian beef with Asian sides, roasted beet and goat cheese salad, rotisserie chicken, a turkey and Monterey jack cheese sandwich, several vegetarian options, and a generous children’s menu are highlighted. Sunshine Seasons also features a large bakery counter and many “Grab & Go” items.
Service: Counter Service
Type of Food: American, Asian
Location: Epcot, Future World
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, Counter Service Credit & Snack items
Tables in Wonderland: No
Sunshine Seasons Menu
A wide variety of hot and cold entrees: Asian specialties, freshly tossed salads, soups, rotisserie chicken, pork chops, generously packed sandwiches on artisan bread, as well as a large variety of bakery items are available. For breakfast, Sunshine Seasons offers hot breakfast platters, egg sandwiches, bakery items, fruit, and yogurt.
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- There are separate service lines for each of the four food counters; if you have a large family who each craves a different entree, make a plan on where to meet before you separate to order and collect your meals. During prime dining times, Sunshine Seasons and its seating area can get quite hectic.
- If you obtain FastPasses for Soarin’, it may be helpful to plan a counter service meal around your FastPass return time. Since Sunshine Seasons is located within feet of the popular attraction so you’ll be able to monitor time and “kill two birds with one stone.”
Famous Dishes: Rotisserie pork chop (it’s so juicy!), ginger Mongolian beef, smoked ham and salami grinder
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