Baked Fish & Chips at Rose & Crown

*This dining experience took place in June 2016.

Rose & Crown Dining Room

Photo Taken by Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW

Rose & Crown Dining Room, a table service restaurant at Epcot’s UK Pavilion in the World Showcase, offers a taste of classic British pub fare, including fish and chips, bangers and mash, and more.

It’s been 3 years since I’ve dined here, and after reading a recent dining review from Alexis’s Gluten Free Adventures, I was looking forward to checking out the options. Rose & Crown Dining Room is a Disney owned restaurant (not many in the World Showcase are, as they are operated by outside companies), and because of this, they do have an allergy friendly menu.

Strongbow at Rose & Crown

Photo Taken by Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW

While going through the menu, I opted to get a Strongbow hard cider. It’s naturally gluten free and delicious. We were also seated outside, so it made for a refreshing drink on a hot summer day.

Our server, Joe, was amazing and one of the best servers we’ve ever had at Disney World. On top of being an amazing server in general, he also happens to be gluten free too and was able to talk about his favorite dishes and easy modifications.

Sadly, a lot of the dishes I was interested in were not easily modified but Joe did mention that those who are gluten free only can get a Shepherd’s Pie made gluten free, though it does take about 20 minutes to prepare. Joe said his favorite dish was the baked gluten free fish & chips, so I decided to order that. I had been going back and forth between this and the curry, but since I didn’t enjoy the version of the curry I had back in 2013, I decided to skip it.

Baked Fish & Chips at Rose & Crown

Photo Taken by Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW

I really enjoyed the baked fish and chips from Rose & Crown. I wouldn’t say it was anything special but that it was all cooked well. The baked cod was delicious and well-seasoned. The steak fries (aka chips) were crispy and delicious. I made sure to sprinkle fresh lemon juice over both the fish and chips to add some extra flavor.

My dish was served with a side of ketchup, though I would have loved to have had some safe cocktail sauce or tartar sauce like that prepared at Raglan Road Irish Pub.

If I’m craving proper fried fish & chips, I will definitely head to Raglan Road or Cookes of Dublin, but it’s nice to have a safe (although baked) option in Epcot.

Overall, I really enjoyed my meal at Rose & Crown. It was simple but delicious and a nice solid meal option in the World Showcase.

Have you been to Rose & Crown? What did you order when you dined there?

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