Yorkshire County Fish Shop

by josh on November 30, 2012

10/4/14 Update: Menu updated.

Location: Yorkshire is located in the United Kingdom Pavilion to the right of Rose and Crown Pub.

Food Type: Fish and Chips.

Dining Plan: One quick service credit and a couple items count as snack credits.  Because there’s no dedicated Kids Menu, Kids can easily order the full adult entree on the Dining Plan.


Unique Items: The Fish and Chips are uniquely better than what’s served elsewhere.  The Sugar Cookie is also unique.


  • Usually short lines and waits.
  • The Fish and Chips here are the best you’ll find in a Disney theme park.
  • Assuming you can find a table near the water, the area is beautiful.
  • Since it doesn’t have a dedicated Kids’ Picks menu, it’s easier to order the kids an adult entree on the Dining Plan.


  • Limited, outdoor seating.
  • Only one entree and dessert.

Value: High. Fish and Chips generally cost more than other fast food and this is the best quick service fish you’ll find in the theme parks.  The Chips are also much better than your typical Disney fries.

Reputation: High. A favorite of many.

Food Choices:

Fish and Chips:

Fish is served hot.  The breading is thin and crispy and the fish moist and flavorful.  My only complaint is those Heinz Tartar Sauce packets are impossible to open, especially after picking a piece of fish up.

This is from a year ago when the fish was smaller than it is now, but you can sort of see the thick cut chips underneath.  This is one of my favorite meals on property.

Sugar Cookie and Bagged Chips:

They must have gotten complaints from people that didn’t realize “Chips” are what we Americans would call “french fries.”  Those are the sugar cookies on the bottom.


Yorkshire Fish has a very limited number of tables attached to it.  You’ll find additional seating further down to the left, past Rose & Crown as you walk toward Canada.  It looks like these tables are part of Rose & Crown, but they are actually for Yorkshire Fish (or any other quick service). There are also a couple of tables in front of Rose & Crown and benches nearby.

Seating to the right of where you order.

There are also less popular tables to the left because people assume it’s seating for Rose & Crown.


A couple of tables in front of Rose & Crown.


Yorkshire Fish offers ketchup, tartar sauce, malt vinegar, mustard, and mayonnaise packets along with your usual assortment of items.

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

billyp November 30, 2012 at 10:20 pm

One of our favorite and must eat places…We love getting a table right in front of Rose a crown…Eating a people watching….cant beat it


Pod December 1, 2012 at 6:41 am

Excellent! I had picked out this eatery for our first quick stop at WDW before hitting the parks the evening we arrive- looks like it’ll be perfect. Thanks for the thorough write-up.


Tricia December 3, 2012 at 8:53 am



Mark December 24, 2012 at 9:20 am

If you like fish and chips, you will like this place! Lines can be long when the place first opens. We normally eat in the “garden” area where the band plays. No tables but plenty of benchs (unless the band is playing).


Ann March 12, 2013 at 5:21 pm

We ate here on our recent trip and loved it! If you’re on the dining plan, they offer you the cookie or chips as your “dessert”. We split a couple cookies and got chips for the other meals and took them as snacks for later. That worked out great!


Figaro April 2, 2013 at 4:10 pm

In the winter the chips are a good snack before Illuminations but not so much in the daytime summer Florida sun. Chips are not served in newsprint in the UK and haven’t been for decades, nice touch though Disney.


Neil October 7, 2014 at 6:37 am

Figaro, I am English and a high proportion of true Fish and Chips shops do still use newspaper to wrap fish and chips. Takeaways in certain areas of the country that serve burgers and pizzas alongside fish and chips do not but they are no regarded as fish shops. The one thing that is actually inaccurate is the use of tilapia, not one fish shop in the UK will use this fish. Normal offerings will be either cod or haddock.


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