REVIEW: Sunshine Seasons Dumbs Down Menu, Introduces Worst Pizza in WDW at Epcot

Sunshine Seasons is a quick service location at Epcot inside of The Land pavilion. This location is well known for fresh, tasty entrees that rival table service locations. We’ve had great meals at Sunshine Seasons but their new dishes leave a lot to be desired. A LOT. Introducing the worst pizza in Walt Disney World and it’s accompanying sidekick The Boring-BQ  pork sandwich.

Yeah, the stellar Spicy Fish Tacos are gone. (Moment of silence  to pay respects)


Deep Dish Cheese Pizza with Caesar Salad – $10.49

“Deep dish” means extra dough in this case. Literally there’s enough dough in this corner piece to make an entire new pizza. The sauce and cheese don’t go to the edge, and they’re not embedded into the dough making it a true deep dish – they’re just kind of sitting there on top. We’ve been laying awake at night wondering when a quick service would start offering a basic pizza offering at Epcot, but we never dreamed it would possibly be the worst at Walt Disney World. The mediocre, wet Caesar salad on the side can’t even save this horrible slice. Don’t waste your money, there’s countless BETTER options at Sunshine Seasons.


Barbecue Pork Sandwich with Maple Mustard Barbecue Sauce – $10.99

How do you take the already mediocre Disney pulled pork and make it worse? Add a weird maple mustard barbecue sauce that misses every note. Not only is there not enough sauce, but the overly sweet taste takes center stage with what little there was. It dresses the dry and boring pork just barely. Overall the sandwich just is another boring presentation on the standard Disney pulled pork sandwich. There’s so much potential, especially knowing the other amazing dishes here at Sunshine Seasons, so why waste an entree spot with this boring creation?

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  1. Blame Mr. Chapek and the Disney Dining Plan. Everyone with the dining plan gets ‘free/included food’. Why make it good? They ‘re dumb enough to pay such a high price for an outdated park, they’re dumb enough to think they’re getting a ‘value’ with “free food’ that isn’t worth McDonalds.

  2. I know it’s technically a “flat bread” but nothing is worse than the flavorless cardboard they serve at pinnochio’s village Haus. There’s no way you can say otherwise!

  3. This is so sad! One of the best quick service restaurants reduced to this. Does Disney think they have a captive audience in the Land Pavilion?

  4. The pizza doesn’t look great but I think I’m more offended they want $10.49 for that. Talk about profit margin.

  5. you scared me. For a minute I thought this was IT at the pavillion. Obviously there are other, more tasty, options. As far as the dinning plan goes. We did it once and I think it just about evened out, maybe even saved a few bucks(i.e. instead of paying for Starbucks each day we used one of our plan treats). Disney food hasn’t been top notch since the 80s. My dad knew the executive chefs of EPCOT and MGM(my dad was even considered for a position himself) and the food at the parks used to be top notch. Now Disney claims poverty at the park level while raking in millions from their movie franchises. Go figure!

  6. I can’t believe the fish tacos are gone! One of the things that I was looking forward to on our December trip. We don’t do the dining plan as I don’t feel it’s worth it so I’d be willing to pay more for those tacos. Food is one of the things I don’t mind paying a bit extra for while at WDW. Scoped out the Pizza online and it looks awful. Well I guess I’ll have to find another place to grab lunch! It was one thing that would get me to eat there and deal with all that noise. I felt it was worth the pain.

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