Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Space 220 Restaurant In Epcot Review

I always love to try out new spots. When I heard about Space 220 opening in Epcot at Walt Disney World, I knew I wanted to try it out. However, when I went to book a reservation they were full. It's a popular place to dine. I decided to use MouseWatcher which will alert you to any reservations on the day you request and that is how we got one! (You can book reservations via the My Disney Experience App or by calling 407-939-5277) You are also able to go to the lounge which is what some people do if they can't get reservations. You don't get the full experience but I hear it's still neat. 

It's located right beside the Mission: Space ride:

The menu is spectacular with scrumptious dishes. You can do lunch or dinner. For the lunch, you pick an appetizer and main course. It's $60 for adults and $35 for kids. For the dinner you get an appetizer, a main course, and dessert. That price is $79, and yes there are children's options for that as well.

We opted on the dinner. It's a whole experience to dine there. First you check in and then you're given a ticket. You wait in a line for them to take you up into space. The room has a cool vibe going on. 

You're led into the left and it feels like you truly are going into space. (Just with the graphics. You don't feel any lifts of drops, I promise.)

Once in space, you are led into the restaurant:

The restaurant is a comfortable area with views of space. 

We were lucky to be seated right next to a window so we would occasionally see astronauts. 

They have specialty drinks and Natalie ordered the Moon Rocks. It's Coconut, Cotton Candy Syrup, Lemonade, Moon Dust, and Moon Rocks. She liked it and the Pop Rocks make it extra exciting. If you like cotton candy, you'll be a fan. 

For the appetizers, of Lift-Offs as it's referred to there, Tommy and Natalie ordered the Starry Calamari which was fried calamari, Italian Cherry Peppers, Spicy Marinara, and Roasted Pepper Citrus Aioli. They liked it! Both dips were delicious--Natalie normally doesn't like spicy foods but she didn't mind the spicy marinara. They said the calamari was cooked well and not chewy. 

I went for the Big Bang Burrata which was Burrata di Mozzarella, Grilled Artichoke Hearts, Arugula, and Sunflower Seed Romesco. I gobbled it right up. If you like cheese, this is your dish. The flavors all meshed together beautifully. 

For the main course,  or Star Course, Natalie ordered the Terra-Bolognese which was Corn Linguine, Tempeh Ragu, Macadamia Nut Ricotta, and mushroom. She liked it and I had a bite and thought the flavors worked. I had no clue what on earth "Tempeh Ragu" was, but, you know, it was good!

Tommy went with the 8 oz Filet Mignon (no fancy space name?) which was Creamy Mash Potatoes, Haricot Vert, Carrots, and a Red Wine Reduction. The meat was tender and flavorful. I loved those mashed potatoes--excuse me, MASH potatoes. 

And I had the Slow Rotation Short Rib which was Braised Short Rib, Cheddar Grits, Bacon, and Haricot Vert. <-- Not really sure what that is. But again, the meat was tender and everything was fantastic. I love all things with bacon. 

When you order a speciality drink, you get special Space cards which are a fun keepsake:

And now for dessert! Or Super Nova Sweets, as they are called. Natalie and Tommy got the strawberry shortcake which was Matcha Air Cake, Mascarpone Mousse, and Strawberries. I love how it was presented. It does look other worldly. 

I got the chocolate cheesecake which was Whipped Chocolate Ganache, Chocolate Sauce, White Chocolate Crunchy Pearls, Cookie Crumbs, and Dark Chocolate Shards. If you love chocolate, get this. You'll be in heaven. 

We enjoyed the experience and as you see, the food was unique and tasty. If we had the extra funds, we would do this again but it is rather pricey. However, you do get a cool setting and delicious dishes. I would at least do this once. 

After we finished we were led back to the elevator to return to Earth.

Once again you got to watch as you're taken down:

They certainly go all out with details. If you want to impress someone, bring them here!

Have you ever eaten at Space 220? 


  1. Sounds like an amazing time out. I would love to try this some day.

  2. That is so neat! I would love to eat there sometime. I think it would be an amazing experience. I love that it's space themed.

  3. What a cool experience! The food looks delicious and the restaurant is on my list for our next visit to Disney.

  4. Wow! What a really wonderful and amazing place to visit with the whole family! My kids would love and enjoy to be here!

  5. wow! What an awesome view! I am impressed! It's a unique experience for the whole family!

  6. It looks so cool! Bet they don’t eat that well in space though ahahha

  7. Wow! The place looks astonishingly marvelous. Eating in this restaurant will have an amazing experience, it's like everyone is dining in the outer space. Plus the food looks yummy and presented in space like theme! Totally loved it!

  8. Looks like a wonderful fine dining experience that the whole family will love. The food looks really good.

  9. What a cool place. I was so sad to see yesterday that Epcot was flooded. I hope they can get things back to where they were before.

  10. What an amazing experience! The food looks absolutely mouth watering also!

  11. Such an amazing place! It looks like you had a great time! Love how they created it to feel like you leave and are actually in space. The food looks amazing too :)

  12. I saw the strawberry shortcake on your social media. That looks awesome!! Everything looks great, they sure know how to do presentation.

  13. What a neat place to eat! I haven't eaten at a theme restaurant in a while, and this place is really well done between the theme and the food.

  14. Such a cool restaurant 😍. The food looks delicious as well!

    Everything Enchanting ❤️


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