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Old 07-02-2013, 02:19 PM   #31
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We have 4 days scheduled for Epcot, and I need to drop one of these proposed lunches:

1. Le Cellier
2. Les Chefs
3. Teppan Edo
4. Biergarten
5. Via Napoli

Biergarten and Les Chefs will likely be the least expensive (at Les Chef's, we'd likely order off the lunch prix fixe menu). LeCellier looks to be the most expensive, Teppan Edo second, and Via Napoli third.

If trying to balace out: (1) quality of the food; (2) quality/uniqueness of the overall experience; and (3) value paying OOP, which would you drop?

(FWIW, we have two kids ages 10 and 4 and, as far as Teppan Edo goes, don't have an hibachi place in our area)
Probably Le Cellier - We just don't eat that heavy at lunch.
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Old 07-02-2013, 05:36 PM   #32
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my vote is Les Chefs. It's very bland and not remarkably cheaper than Le Cellier. As an aside, I find Le Chefs to be one of the worst Epcot restaurants, horrible service the two times we went as well. I'm anecdotally biased against the place.

I agree with everyone's price observations on Le Cellier, but if it's really your third point of priority and food quality being #1, then I would keep LeCellier on that basis.

The atmosphere of Le Cellier is possibly cool depending on the kid. I might think the cavernous environment might be fun for some kids. I'm not a kid though, so ...
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Old 07-02-2013, 05:53 PM   #33
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LeCellier or Tepan....
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Old 07-02-2013, 05:59 PM   #34
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if paying OOP?

We have 4 days scheduled for Epcot, and I need to drop one of these proposed lunches:

1. Le Cellier
2. Les Chefs
3. Teppan Edo
4. Biergarten
5. Via Napoli

Biergarten and Les Chefs will likely be the least expensive (at Les Chef's, we'd likely order off the lunch prix fixe menu). LeCellier looks to be the most expensive, Teppan Edo second, and Via Napoli third.

If trying to balace out: (1) quality of the food; (2) quality/uniqueness of the overall experience; and (3) value paying OOP, which would you drop?

(FWIW, we have two kids ages 10 and 4 and, as far as Teppan Edo goes, don't have an hibachi place in our area)
I, personally, would dump Biergarten...we have been soooo many times. Le Cellier and Chefs are yummmy!!! And we are wanting to try VN and TE...just haven't been able to ever fit them in. We have Biergarten booked for our big family Xmas trip and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to swap it for TE or VN (inlaws picked Biergarten again....uggghhh).
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