Epcot on Sunday! Questions.

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Epcot on Sunday! Questions.

I'm going to Epcot with my mom on Sunday. I haven't been in a few yrs so I need some tips! What to do, what not to do, etc. Also, where should I eat - I'm a vegetarian? And does Wendy go to the England pavilion still? And will I be able to see Rapunzel or Merida? Oh and is Test Track still closed? Sorry I have a lot of questions haha. I'm soo excited hehe clapping

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- Make sure to check out Club Cool.
- If you want to see characters (Fab 5) make sure to hit it early in the morning.
- Walk to those characters, go get a fastpass for soarin, then get the heck out of that part of the park because it gets crowded later on.
- Food for each country: Nachos in Mexico, School Bread in Norway (although I don't like it as much anymore), fish and chips and UK, Baklava in Morroco. Those are off the top of my head. For drinks, go with your preference. I'm 15,so I don't know much about all of the alcohol.
- Test track is closed.
- as far as I know, Merida and Rapunzel are only at MK. Not sure about Wendy.

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Get one of the time schedules at the entrance and check out some of the performances. The Chinnes acrobats are great. I love British Revolution as well.

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Marrakesh has a really good vegetable couscous dish, and the quick service in Morocco has falafal or hummus platters. Sunshine Seasons also has some tofu and veggie dishes. The vegetable torte from the bakery in Norway is supposed to be very good!

Have fun!

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Oh, forgot the vegetarian thing..scratch out the Nachos..lol.

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isabellemarie wrote:
I'm going to Epcot with my mom on Sunday. I haven't been in a few yrs so I need some tips! What to do, what not to do, etc. Also, where should I eat - I'm a vegetarian? And does Wendy go to the England pavilion still? And will I be able to see Rapunzel or Merida? Oh and is Test Track still closed? Sorry I have a lot of questions haha. I'm soo excited hehe clapping

take your time and spend all day just enjoying the park, get there early to get your fp for soarin because that fills up fast, test track closed until nov., are you a vegetarian that eats fish? i have a few friends that are and they eat fish, if so the fish and chips in england are awesome and the coral reef is great also. I have not seen wendy there in years (does not meen she not there) the last couple of times i went mary popins was thereand for some wierd reason i remember alice but that could be from something else lol. merida was there for a short time until her place in mk was done, now she is in mk and i believe she took over rapunzel spot

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Merida did take over the spot, but I heard Rapunzel makes special appearances. Alice and Mary Poppins can both be found in UK.

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Hello IsabelleMarie! Have a great time at Epcot tomorrow!

You'll be able to find lots to eat at Epcot, and if you don't see anything on the menu that you're looking at just say something to a cast member and they're be happy to help you out. Disney is super willing to work with your food needs, you just have to speak up. I snagged this from about.com

Quick Service Dining - World Showcase


  • The Tangerine Cafe in Morocco has some excellent veggie options, including salads, hummus and sides.

  • Visit France for a variety of meat-free pastries and indulgent treats at the Boulangerie Patisserie. You can also enjoy fresh-made crepes at the crepe stand by the lagoon in France.

  • Kaki-Gori (shaved ice with delectable fruit flavors) is one of the best snacks in Disney World. Its also vegan, so don't miss this cart on a hot summer day! You can also find a variety of packaged vegetarian treats in the Mitsukoshi Department Store. Note: If you do not read Japanese, ask about the ingredients in snacks before purchasing.

  • You can get a Garden Burger at the Liberty Inn in the American pavilion, but you may have to ask for it if you don't see it on the menu.

  • Bakery items in the Kringla Bakeri og Kafe are mostly vegetarian-friendly, but if you are in doubt, ask.

  • Karamell-Kuche in the Germany Pavilion opened in 2010, and stocks an amazing assortment of tasty treats " try the caramel apple for a filling and decadent mini-meal

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Quick Service Dining - Future World


  • The Electric Umbrella offers a vegetable wrap that is tasty and filling; they also have a chicken salad that can be made without the chicken.

  • Sunshine Seasons, located in The Land pavilion has many vegetarian options, including salads, stir-frys, veggie wraps and desserts. You can order items separately, or get an entree from one station and a dessert from another without waiting in line multiple times. Sunshine Seasons is a good choice if everyone in your party has different menu preferences.

  • There are several snack cart locations offering pizza, ice cream and pretzels in Future World as well.

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Hi isabellemarie! Everyone above has some great suggestions. I agree 100% with getting that Soarin' fastpass first and dining at Sunshine Seasons or Tangierine Cafe (both great spots for vegetarian dishes).

Have a wonderful time and enjoy your day! I can't wait to hear all about it! awesome

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Hey Isabellemarie,

I had a reallly good cheese and fruit prepackaged meal from the coolers in Sunshine Seasons, and it was really fresh and good! In fact, it was a LOT of food too - did not finish all the cheese in one meal. I also noted some veg meals there with hummus, etc, that others have mentioned. These are made fresh daily, and it was a great grab and go meal. I put a small side salad with it for a complete meal. mickey

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Wow, thanks for all the great ideas for food! There really is a lot of stuff Smile I'm so excited haha!

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I'll put my vote in for sticking around long enough to enjoy Illuminations! I waited years to see it, and I really wish I had earlier. Have a WONDERFUL visit! I saw the top of Spaceship Earth the other day while having dinner with a friend at Beach Club, and I was a little homesick to go there Sad

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