Walt Disney World is home to some of the most amazing food in the world, but sometimes you want some classics. They do this pretty well, too!
Do you have a hankering for some Fish & Chips? Check out any (or all) of these five restaurants!
5. Yorkshire County Fish Shop
It’s no surprise that the United Kingdom Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is home to some of the best fish & chip offerings in Disney World. It’s just a tiny walk-up window, but don’t let its appearance fool you. The traditional British fare will have your taste buds wanting more!
You won’t get much selection here though: choose from the classic fish and chips, which are more chippy than French fry-like, a cookie, and a few kinds of beverages.
Despite its size and little variety, this window often attracts large crowds and long lines. There isn’t much seating, so you will likely find yourself sitting on an empty curb or standing and eating. As a bonus, the fish is usually very fresh since it goes so quickly!
4. Rose Crown Pub and Dining Room
Also in the UK Pavilion is the Rose & Crown Pub and Dining Room. The pub offers pints and a small menu including fish and chips, but the dining room offers guests much more variety including the classic pairing- mushy peas. Depending on where you choose to eat, you’ll notice a difference in size and price for your fish and chips.
Guests can also choose to sit in the air-conditioned dining room or on the patio with views overlooking the World Showcase Lagoon. If you’d like to enjoy your food in the dining room, I suggest that you make Advanced Dining Reservations since it tends to fill up quickly!
3. Cookes of Dublin
Disney Springs has its own selection of wonderful restaurants, and Cookes of Dublin is one of them. Offering Irish fare including a tasty fish and chips meal, you’ll find that Cookes has a more extensive menu including savory pies and other fried options and plates for non-fish lovers in the family! Cookes boasts fresh ingredients and old family recipes.
2. Raglan Road Irish Pub
Just around the corner from Cookes of Dublin is Raglan Road. This Irish-inspired restaurant has the customary fish and chips, but it also accommodates the Gluten-free crowd! That’s right- just because you follow a g-free diet doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your fish and chips! According to taste testers, there’s no difference in taste or texture between the traditional fish and chips and the GF kind.
1. Columbia Harbour House
Columbia Harbour House in the Magic Kingdom is situated between Liberty Square and Fantasyland. This more American-style food refers to its fish and chips as “Battered Fish Plate.” This is probably more appropriate because the “chips” are more French Fry-like.
If you’d like some variety in your life, try the combo platter, which includes the fish, French fries, and the best chicken nuggets you’ve likely ever had.
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