Blast off to Epcot’s newest dining experience! Space 220 Restaurant is a luxurious outer space meal that will leave you wanting to return to dine again.
Space 220 is located right next to the attraction, Mission: Space. Once you check in, you will then get a boarding pass to blast off to space. You will then enter an elevator headed straight to the restaurant. There you will ascend thousands of miles into the sky. You can enjoy views from above and below as you depart Earth.
After you leave the elevator, you will officially be in space! Cast Members will inform you how food is made in space, so feel free to ask questions about the restaurant.
As soon as you enter the main dining area, your eye will go straight to the gigantic windows with views of outer space. Keep an eye on the windows during your meal, because you never know what might be floating throughout space!
Since we were here for dinner, your meal includes Lift-Offs (appetizers), Star Course (entree), and Super Nova Sweets (dessert) for $79.
The Centauri Caesar Salad was the best caesar salad I’ve ever had! The dressing was so rich and was topped with croutons and parmesan cheese. The portion of the salad was absolutely massive!
Like the caesar salad and the rest of the appetizers, the portions are huge! The Starry Calamari comes with two different sauces to dip in: spicy marinara and roasted pepper citrus aioli. Both sauces were delicious.
The Space Greens salad includes dried cranberries, roasted pears, sliced pecans, and is topped with apple cider dressing.
Big Bang Burrata is a salad with grilled artichokes, sunflower seeds, and a huge piece of mozzarella cheese.
Blue Moon Cauliflower was probably the most “out of this world” appetizer, but it was delicious. It consisted of tempura fried cauliflower on top of a hot sauce.
After the giant appetizers, it was time for the main star course! Like the appetizers, the star courses were huge and did not disappoint. The Slow Rotation Short Rib was cooked to perfection. It was placed on top of cheddar grits, haricots, and carrots.
The Filet Mignon was a favorite among the table. It came with haricots and a potato leak croquette which were also delicious.
The Bluehouse Salmon was fantastic as well. Served with glazed carrots, king oyster mushrooms, baby bok choy, ginger, beurre blanc, the dish is amazing.
Filling up the little room we had left in our stomachs was the final course: dessert! The Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth. The chocolate sauce and caramel sauce created the perfect combination.
The prettiest dessert at the table was the Lemon Mousse. White chocolate surrounds the lemon mousse sphere to look like the rings of Saturn.
The Chocolate Cheesecake is perfect for any chocolate lovers. It consists of a chocolate ganache, chocolate sauce, chocolate pearls, dark chocolate shards, and chocolate cookie crumbs.
After your meal you make your way back to Earth by another trip in the elevator. The Cast Members were absolutely fantastic here, as was the food, and the experience. I highly recommend Space 220 for anyone visiting Epcot in your travels. Reservations are difficult to get, but keep checking the My Disney Experience for any last minute pop-ups!
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