Sunshine Seasons, in the giant atrium of the Land pavilion, has a new
look and a new "fast casual" menu.
Four shops offer a diverse selection of fresh eats, taking fast-casual
cuisine to the next level. There is no fried food or pizza, no burgers
-- everything is prepared as diners watch.
The décor has been re-imagined, with -- fittingly for The Land
-- colors and textures inspired by nature and Earth's natural environments.
The center of the space is an abstract representation of sky with blue
background and long golden sweeps of sunshine. Five balloons are suspended
in the atrium, four to represent the four seasons, the fifth balloon
in the center representing Earth. Large green abstract tree trunks reach
up the building's columns.
Wood-Fired Grill Shop
Wood-fired grills and rotisseries are center stage with fresh vegetables
inspired by autumn. Hearty, earthy flavors include rotisserie chicken
on wild green tabbouleh with tzatziki (cucumber-yogurt sauce) and grilled
flatbread; rotisserie beef chimichurri with wild green tabbouleh and
grilled flatbread, and wood-grilled Atlantic salmon with mashed potatoes
and kalamata olive pesto.
Made-to-order sandwiches are served on artisan breads inspired by baking
traditions of the winter months. Sandwich choices include grilled vegetable
Cuban, Black Forest ham and salami grinder with arugula on ciabatta,
and smoked turkey and Munster on Asiago foccacia with spring greens.
Wrapped around a 6-foot-long Mongolian barbecue and wok station, this
area serves noodle bowls and stir-fries inspired by crisp, spicy flavors
of summertime. Dishes are light, healthy and flavorful, like spicy Mongolian
stir-fry beef with Asian vegetables; tofu noodle bowl with lime ginger
broth, and a garlic-chile noodle bowl with chicken.
Inspired by the abundance of growth and the celebration of the spring,
fresh salads are prepared on stage. Distinct flavor combinations include
seared tuna on mixed greens with sesame rice-wine vinaigrette; roasted
beet and goat cheese salad with cilantro-lime vinaigrette, and grilled
chicken and rocket salad with pumpkin seed vinaigrette.
The Land, Epcot
Counter service food court, with indoor seating
Included in Disney Dining Plan
Tips & Fun Facts
Good place to eat whilst waiting for your Soarin' Fastpass time.
Advanced Dining Reservations
Reviews & Ratings
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
Average Cost for full meal
Typical Menu Items
Chicken, flatbreads, salads, soups, noodle bowls, sandwiches, desserts.
Children's menu available.
Circle of Life
Living with the Land