EPCOT Dining Part Two

This week I continue my review of the EPCOT restaurants. If you would like my thoughts on the other EPCOT restaurants check out Part One.


Teppan Edo
Celebrate authentic Japanese cuisine during an exciting dining experience that’s part meal, part show. In the communal ritual of Teppan-yaki-style cooking, skillful chefs chop and stir-fry dishes on grills at your table.
Category: Al a Carte/ Habachi
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items: Teppan-yaki style steak and chicken, tempura dishes
Price Point: $18- 32
Good For: Great Dining Plan Value, Families,


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Toyko Dining
Be transported into a true cultural experience through the harmony of traditional Japanese food and hospitality. Enjoy the vibrant feel of modern Tokyo as you watch our talented sushi chefs prepare their works of culinary art in the open kitchen, as dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows overlook World Showcase Lagoon.
Category: Al a Carte
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items: Tempura shrimp, chicken, and vegetables; panko oysters; sushi; bento box with sliced steak, sashimi, California roll, tempura shrimp, and vegetables served with sukiyaki beef rice.
Price Point: $9- 30
Good For: Couples, Last Minute Reservations

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Spice Road Table
At Spice Road Table, you’re invited to stop in on your adventure around the World Showcase Lagoon to savor Mediterranean small plates and specialty entrées—spicy garlic shrimp, fried calamari, beef and chicken skewers, and coriander-crusted rack of lamb, to name a few—while absorbing the décor inspired by outdoor cafés from the Moroccan seaside. Using traditional Meditteranean flavors they creatively include other spices brought through the region in the spice trade.
Category: Al a Carte
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items:Small plates including Hummus and Imported Olives, Salted Cod Croquettes, and Lamb Sliders with Taziki, The Meditteranean Vegetable Platter is great for sharing
Price Point: $22- 30
Good For: Couples, Fireworks Viewing, Drinks and Apps


Restaurant Marrakesh
True Hidden Gem, Restaurant Marrakesh is one of Disney World’s most ethnic and interesting restaurants, and it has taken great pains to make authentic Moroccan food appealing to guests with any palate. Delicious food, wonderful entertainment, great service and beautiful surroundings.
Category: Al a Carte
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items : Take advantage of one of several “feast” options to sample several of the restaurant’s specialties, including the Beef Brewat roll (akin to an egg roll, with ground beef and hints of cinnamon), the roast lamb meshoui (a whole braised shank, served on the bone for an impressive presentation), and any variety of savory couscous.
Price Point: $22- 46
Good For: Last Minute Reservations, Families, Couples

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Chefs de France
Like stepping into a true Parisian Bistro, the French speaking staff, atmosphere and amazing food are as close to France as you will get stateside. One of my favorite restaurants on property.
Category: Al a Carte
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items : We always start with the French Onion Soup and Escargot. Entrees may include roasted duck with cherries or broiled salmon with green lentils and smoked bacon. Not too adventurous try gruyere cheese-baked Mac and Cheese or Steak Frites… both are excellent. Don’t forget dessert!!!
Price Point: $19- 36
Good For: Families, Couples, Great Dining Plan Value, EVERYONE!!

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Monsieur Paul
A High End French Restaurant in the middle of a theme park. Enjoy the creative menu by three world renowned chefs including the pride of Lyon and the restaurant’s namesake Paul Bocuse.
Category: Al a Carte, Prix Fixe, Signature Dining
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items :Chef Bocuse’s black-truffle soup; red snapper in potato “scales”; classic cassolette d’escargots; roasted duck breast with oxtailstuffed cabbage.
Price Point: $39- 44
Good For:Couples, Date Night, Fine Dining, Fireworks Viewing


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Rose and Crown Dining Room
This family-friendly British pub features traditional favorites, waterfront dining and lively evening entertainment.
Category: Al a Carte
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items :Fish and chips, bangers and mash, pan-roasted Scottish salmon, and shepherd’s pie, and my favorite Scotch Egg. One of the few places in the states they have blackcurrant liquor so try a Snakebite and black (a favorite from my study abroad days!) The Sticky Toffee Pudding is a must.
Price Point: $16- 33
Good For: Families, Fireworks Brewing, Soccer Fans, Beer Drinkers


Photo Credit: Tips from the Disney Diva

Le Cellier
Themed to feel like you are stepping down into a wine cellar of one of Canada’s grand chateau’s this popular dining locations offers crowd pleasing appetizers and an excellent steak. It is extremely popular so make sure you make reservations early.
Category: Al a Carte, Prix Fixe, Signature Dining
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Popular Menu Items : Cheddar Cheese Soup, Pretzel Bread, Poutine, Mushroom Filet Minon, Chocolate Moose Dessert, Ice Wine
Price Point: $30 – 60
Good For: Families, Couples, Everyone


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