Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Aug 5, 2009
    Pam from NL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Which restaurant would you reccommend for dinner Tutto Italia or LeCellier, two adults and one 8 yr old? Thank you.

    Hi Pam,

    So much little time!  You really do have a tough choice.  Here are some thoughts to help you decide:

    Le Cellier is a wonderful steakhouse, that's set in a cozy room that resembles a wine cellar in a Chateau.  The menu includes great cuts of beef, chicken, salmon and other fabulous options.  The restaurant is famous for its "cheese soup", which has a following of loyal fans in its own right.  I, myself, am partial to the chocolate "moose" dessert!  Le Cellier is one of the post popular restaurants in Epcot, and consequently, one of the toughest reservations to snag.  If you are interested in dining here, I'd recommend calling as close as possible to your 90 day window.

    Tutto Italia is one of the best Italian restaurants I've dined at.  (And I'm a self-defined Italian food addict!) The pastas are fresh and the sauces are amazing!  There are also great chicken, fish, pork and beef dishes. This restaurant is much larger open than Le Cellier, which you may want to consider when picking between the two.  The tiramisu and cannoli are both super yummy for dessert!

    Both restaurants have great children's menus that should delight your 8 year old, and are kid-friendly.  I'm not so sure I helped you make your decision.  I'd start with whether you are in the mood for steak or Italian, small and cozy, versus large and open, and mouse versus cannoli!  Honestly, you can't go wrong with either!  I do know you sure have made me hungry!

    Bon appetit!

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