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buzz1fan
07-14-2008, 09:47 PM
We plan on going to Coral Reef for a late dinner, but what CS location has the best food. I am looking at the menu's, and I was curious what everyones favorites are. Is there something called a tour of the worlds or something? Or do you pick one place.

chloelovesdisney
07-14-2008, 10:12 PM
We plan on going to Coral Reef for a late dinner, but what CS location has the best food. I am looking at the menu's, and I was curious what everyones favorites are. Is there something called a tour of the worlds or something? Or do you pick one place.



There are lots of good CS locations in Epcot. Tons of choices in the Sunshine place by the land, and each country has someplace yummy to eat. Fish and chips in the UK, grilled meat and falafel in Morocco, pastry in France, sausages and pretzels in Germany, egg rolls in China, etc. You can snack all day long while visiting the countries. You can also enjoy a drink while you visit the countries, not sure if you like wine or beer.

Have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PrincessSuzanne
07-14-2008, 11:10 PM
The fish and chips in the UK is wonderful, Sunshine season offers a great variety for any taste bud, and The Electric Umberella has some great food. We haven't eaten at any other CS restaurants there, except for Cantina de San Angel and I didn't like it.

Suzanne

MickeyNicki
07-15-2008, 09:16 AM
DH and I love Tangierine Cafe in Morocco, awesome food. China is also very good.

ntsammy5
07-15-2008, 09:51 AM
DH and I love Tangierine Cafe in Morocco, awesome food. China is also very good.

Two very good choices along with Fish n Chips at UK.

disneypolybride2008
07-15-2008, 10:10 AM
I liked the CS at Mexico. We shared the combo platter and it was great.
I have always wanted to eat at the Sunshine Seasons in the Land but never have.

DannyDisneyFreak
07-15-2008, 10:32 AM
Sunshine Seasons is good, good quality, good size portions and a varity of choices.
Here was my poll for best CS in WS:
http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=791531

I was really impressed with Tangierine but would also recomend Mexico for is outdoor seating area, its just a really nice place to relax by the water. "Eating around the world" is alway an option. You could just snack a little bit in each country. Try the School bread in Norway, I've never had it but have heard Disers rave about it and saw a pick of it that made me want to lick my computer screen. Happy eating!