9/15/15 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 Victoria Sponge Cake 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. Pricing is in line with other quick service entrees. The chips are thicker and meatier than your typical Disney fry.
Reputation: High. A favorite of many.
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.
Victoria Sponge Cake:
A word of advice – $4.19 is usually the quick service dessert price you want to avoid, particularly out of pocket. All of Disney’s pre-made cakes, cookies, and such come in at this price point and they are nearly universally small and disappointing.
The buttercream and jam flavors here aren’t terrible, but they’re not great either and you’re spending about a buck a bite for what is basically a Pillsbury Cake Cup. The yellow cake is nice and fluffy, but this is cake-mix-quality and should only be ordered if you need to attach a dessert on the Dining Plan.
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.