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Best Epcot restaurant

Discussion in 'WDW Restaurants and Dining' started by Ricap, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. Chef Mickey

    Chef Mickey Well-Known Member

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    It's a beautiful atmosphere, but even in this picture, you can tell how crammed the tables are. I am 6'4 and felt like I was on a flight in coach. The food was meh as well.
     
  2. larryz

    larryz Well-Known Member

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    Our family favorites include:
    Tokyo Dining
    San Angel Inn
    Biergarten
    Marrakesh
     
  3. JudyHopps

    JudyHopps Well-Known Member

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    For TS
    1. Via Napoli
    2. Nine Dragons (Lunch)
    For QS
    1. Sunshine Seasons (love their sandwiches!!!! ;))
    2. Electric Umbrella
     
  4. Matthew Hiester

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    Teppon Edo for sure.

    You didn't ask, but I'd say Liberty Inn is probably the worst. Mediocre food and lousy/slow service.
     
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  5. Disneyfan_76

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    Respectfully....you are mistaken. The entertainment is fun, but the food represents the region about as well as a Panda Express does Asian food.
     
  6. 180º

    180º Well-Known Member

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    Not sure that's quite a proportional comparison, though I know that same thing could be said about most Americanized Walt Disney World restaurants.
     
  7. Disneyfan_76

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    Very True. Guess I didn't mean for it to come across quite so harsh. I've eaten there twice and been very disappointed with the food. We had hoped the first time was an outlier, but unfortunately not. The food was bland and dry.
     
  8. Cmdr_Crimson

    Cmdr_Crimson Well-Known Member

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    *Stands on soapbox*

    *Clears Throat*

    Futureworld - Electric Umbrella
    World Showcase - Liberty Inn....

    *Walks away in pride*
     
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  9. Schneewittchen

    Schneewittchen Well-Known Member

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    I agree, it's cramped.

    The best course of action is ordering margaritas until you can't taste the food and don't care that you're bumping into people. :angelic:
     
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  10. Schneewittchen

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    Not sure what dishes you've tried, but I find Moroccan couscous-based dishes are frequently bland... Not just at WDW, but at every Moroccan restaurant I've tried. I enjoy the soups, appetizers, bastilla, etc. But the entrees are frequently stewed meat on a platter of couscous. Tender, maybe tasty sometimes, but not knocking my socks off either.
     
  11. seplad94

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    The French bakery at Epcot is very good for QS
     
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  12. Tony the Tigger

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    Completely agree.
     
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  13. KrzyKtty

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    Favorite would probably be Teppan Edo; however, we went to Via Napoli on our honeymoon years ago and loved it. Granted, we sadly aren't going to Teppan this time because we wanted to try some others. So this time we are trying Chefs de France and Akershus for the first time.
     
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  14. Texas84

    Texas84 DVC Fan Boy Premium Member

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    Everything in Japan. Teppan, Dining, Katsura, Kabuki, and even the two sake bars. Oh, and snacks in the store.
     
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    I love Via Napoli. Fairly priced as you can buy large pizzas and share.
     
  16. disneygeek90

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    I really WANT to love San Angel, but I’m always disappointed. The Atmosphere is amazing and Mexican food is my all time favorite. But I always feel that the food selections and quality could be vastly improved.
     
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  18. Otterhead

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    I've long thought it bizarre that with an opportunity to showcase wonderful American food from all across the country for the millions of international guests visiting EPCOT, the best they can do is steak, burgers, and salad.
     
  19. Schneewittchen

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    If I drink enough tequila, everything tastes good. :hungover:
     
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  20. CaptainAmerica

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    They're catering to picky Americans. It's a long walk from the Japan pavilion to the Electric Umbrella for Susie from Philadelphia who only eats chicken fingers and ketchup. I don't blame Disney for giving the guests what they want, I blame the guests for wanting it in the first place.

    Picky eaters drive me insane. My daughter is two and her favorite food at WDW is Tangerine Cafe.
     
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