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Tutto Italia Ristorante Review

From Mexico to Canada, World Showcase at EPCOT is home to many wonderful restaurants. It can be difficult to choose a restaurant when there are so many great options! One pavilion that never disappoints with their restaurants is Italy. 

On a recent visit to Walt Disney World, my family and I dined at Tutto Italia Ristorante. It had been awhile since we'd dined here so I was looking forward to revisiting this restaurant. 

Located in the Italy pavilion, Tutto Italia brings Old World ambience and serves traditional Italian favorites. We were seated in the dining room but there's also an outdoor patio with seating. The dining room is filled with murals of ancient Rome, rich colors and sparkling chandeliers. 
Tutto Italia dining room
Our table was a half booth in the back corner of the restaurant and it was absolutely perfect because my youngest was fast asleep when we arrived at the restaurant. We were able to get him out of his stroller and place him on the booth without him waking up. He stayed there and continued to sleep for our entire meal! The restaurant wasn't that quiet either! The little guy was just so tuckered out from a fun-filled day at the parks that he slept through dinner.
Comfy booths, perfect for naps!
The menu, created by award-winning chef and California restaurateur Joachim Splichal, includes authentic Italian dishes. We started our meal with some appetizers and bread. We ordered the "Fior di Latte" Caprese and Calamari Fritti. Both appetizers were delicious. 
"Fior di Latte" Caprese
Red and yellow grape tomato salad, balsamic emulsion, extra virgin olive oil
Calamari Fritti
served with Marinara Piccante
We each ordered something different for our entrees and there was a lot of sharing around the table. We ordered the Parmigiana, Spaghetti, Gnocchi Sorrentina, and Lasagne alla Bolognese. My oldest son who stayed awake for the meal ordered the cheese pizza from the kids menu. Everyone loved their meal! The portions were quite large and even after sharing, we had some leftovers. 
Breaded chicken breast, mozzarella, parmesan, fresh spaghetti and tomato sauce
Beef and pork meatballs, pomodoro sauce
Gnocchi Sorrentina
Potato dumplings, roasted tomatoes, pomodoro sauce, burrata cheese
Lasagne alla Bolognese
Traditional preparation from Emilia-Romagna with beef and ragù, béchamel, parmesan
Kids Cheese Pizza
I'm sad to report that we were too full to try any of the desserts. I guess that shows just how much we enjoyed our appetizers and entrees! If you love Italian food, or just love good food, then I would add Tutto Italia Ristorante to your list of must-dine restaurants at EPCOT. It's a solid choice for a wonderful meal. 

Tutto Italia is available for lunch and dinner. Advance reservations are highly recommended and can be made 60 days in advance. Make sure you let your Kingdom Konsultant agent know if you'd like to make a reservation at Tutto Italia for your next Walt Disney World vacation. 

Have you dined at Tutto Italia? What was your favorite item on the menu? Let us know in the comments! 

Buon appetito!

Ashley has been a Disney Parks fan from an early age and loves anything vintage Disney. You can email Ashley at


  1. We dined there 4 years ago, I remember it was a lovely meal. Not sure what we ordered.


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