Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 25, 2009
    Patty from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Arriving 11/28 4:20 using ME staying @YC want to have dinner and see Epcot. What do you suggest?


    There are two answers, and they are each a bit complex.

    The first is to try any table service restaurant in the Epcot World Showcase. Pick a cuisine that interests you and use that as your anchor for your evening. Some comments on these are below.

    The other answer is to do what I call "Snackapalooza!".  Instead of going to a restaurant, walk around Epcot World Showcase sampling the foods from the stands at each country. This also gives you more time to grab a bite and walk around the stores of some of the pavilions.

    On the table service restaurants, here are some thoughts;

    • Mexico: San Angel Inn (high-end Mexican)
    • Norway: Akershus (Princess character dining)
    • China: Nine Dragons (high-end Chinese)
    • Germany: Biergarten (Beer hall fun)
    • Italy: Tutto Italia (high-end Italian)
    • USA: No table service
    • Japan: Teppan Edo(Bennihanas-style dining) or Tokyo Dining (multiple options)
    • Morocco: Marrakesh (exotic and entertaining)
    • France: Bistro de Paris(high end french) or Chefs de France (Parisian street bistro) 
    • United Kingdom: Rose and Crown (good food, better cozy atmosphere)
    • Canada: Le Cellier (good steak house)
    My favorites are:

    • Fun: Biergarten
    • Exotic: Marrakesh
    • Relaxed: Rose & Crown
    • Feeling European: Chefs de France
    Have a magical vacation!
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