Located in Epcot’s Future World, Chip and Dale’s Harvest Feast at the Garden Grill restaurant is one of the only places you’ll find Mickey Mouse in Epcot — and certainly the only place you’ll find Chip, Dale, and Pluto! These four characters provide the ample entertainment at this family-style restaurant!
The food is served on platters here, so it’s an all-you-can-eat feast with your family. Since the earliest days of EPCOT Center, this restaurant has had many different styles, but has always featured a rotating circle of tables. Throughout your meal, you’ll see several of the different scenes from the Living with the Land ride below!
- Service: Table-Service
- Type of Food: American
- Location: Epcot, Future World, The Land Pavilion
- Disney Dining Plan: Yes, 1 Table Service Credit
- Tables in Wonderland: Yes
The menu here is all-you-care-to-eat. The rotating menu for lunch and dinner can include grilled steak, roast turkey, and sustainable fish of the day (at dinner only). Platters are served family-style to your table, so there’s no getting up to go to a buffet. Also included are salad (featuring ingredients grown within the Land Pavilion), rolls, veggies, dessert, and non-alcoholic beverages. Breakfast features all sorts of traditional fare including eggs and Mickey Waffles, along with the signature dish: Chip’s Sticky Bun Bake.
Character Dining Review
Character dining can be a big part of a Walt Disney World Resort visit. It adds an extra element of fun when you can dine with the mouse himself.
Chip and Dale’s Harvest Feast at Garden Grill at Epcot’s The Land is one of the most underrated character meals on property in my opinion. I’ve been a consistent, multiple times a year Walt Disney World visitor for the last 12 years and I recently only ate there for the first time.
I had a day alone with my toddler and decided it was time to give Garden Grill a try. She got to enjoy character dining, and I got to enjoy the fact I didn’t have to drag her to a buffet line alone. We decided on breakfast here because, to be honest for character dining that’s my go-to option for two reasons. One breakfast is typically cheaper, and two because the food is generally better especially in a buffet-style setting.
Garden Grill is a family-style dining experience. This means the food is brought to you on platters with enough to serve the entire family. However, you can ask for more of anything as it is still all you care to eat. Mickey, Pluto, Chip & Dale are there to visit your table as well.
We arrived at the table to a cute hidden Mickey set up, with the bowls and plates. Then the server arrived with the first part of the meal. A warm gooey cinnamon bun, and fresh fruit. My toddler went to town on the cinnamon bun, and I have to admit I was surprised at how good it was.
She also took our drink order at that time. Coffee, tea, juice, and soda is included in the cost. I was so happy because they also have POG juice made famous at Ohana. It’s one of my favorite things on Disney property and you can even get it as a Mimosa there too!
A skillet of goodies then came out with a variety of breakfast goodies. Mickey Waffles, Potato Barrels, Bacon, Sausage, Eggs and Warm Chocolate Hazelnut Sauce for the waffles.
Everything was so hot and fresh. Mickey waffles as always were delicious, but the Hazelnut Sauce made them so much better! I’m a sucker for tater tots so those were good too, and we even asked for more of those. We like our carbs I guess.
Have I mentioned the restaurant rotates? It’s Two levels but I love that it’s one table rows all the way around each level. It makes the restaurant feel much less crowded and less chaotic than other character dining locations.
We loved this location. The character interactions were great and not rushed, and a few even came around a second time. The food was some of the best I’ve had at All You Care to Eat style breakfast. Give this location a try, and add it to your Epcot Park Day.
Don’t forget to check out our handy Advanced Dining calendar, to remind you exactly which date you are able to make your reservations, and a quick list of all available restaurants at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Paris. View the full list of Disney Dining Plan participating restaurants.
This post was written by…
Megan of Magically Megan
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