Epcot.. Top two breakfast and dinner places

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  1. kitkatsmom

    kitkatsmom Loves Disney!

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    Okay.. Think EPCOT
    Think breakfast.. ( no character meals )
    where do you want to go..

    Now think dinner.. Epcot again... LOL
    Where is the one epcot dining experience you cannot miss?
    Or the one you would go back to again and again if you could.

    THANKS!!!::yes::
     
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  3. IggyLans

    IggyLans DIS Veteran

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    We haven't done Epcot breakfast, but for dinner one of our "must do''s is Coral Reef, and personally for me the other is Biergarten. I know a lot of people on here will say LeCellier. We thought that was ok, but it's not a must do for us.
     
  4. vicb

    vicb DIS Veteran

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    Have not ever eaten breakfast at Epcot so can't help there.

    For dinner/lunch meals out of the places we have eaten on our 4 trips our favs for dinner have been:

    Marakkesh in Morocco
    Teppan in Japan


    Have been to both twice and both were good experiences.
    Have been to France twice, first time great, second time so-so. Same for the much lauded Le Cellier.

    Haven't tried (but will next trip) Nine Dragons and Coral Reef.
    Haven't tried (and not sure we will next trip) Askerhouse in Norway and Italy.
     
  5. GraceLuvsWDW

    GraceLuvsWDW DIS Veteran

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    Well, I have a 5 year old daughter so breakfast has to be Akershus Princess Storybook. She loves it, it's fairly reasonably prices (1 TS credit) and you get to see most of the princesses.

    For dinner, we like the Biergarten or Tutto Italia!
     
  6. karajeboo

    karajeboo DISmom by land and by sea!

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    No breakfast, but....

    Counter SErvice

    Tangierine Cafe in Morocco
    Cantina de San Angel in Mexico

    Table Service
    Tutto Italia - food and atmosphere EXCELLENT.
    Le Cellier - steakhouse, but EXCELLENT.

    My choices to avoid....
    Le Chefs de France - see my Dining Reviews in my siggie
    Coral Reef - tried it twice and both times service and food were not up to par with anything else in World Showcase.
     
  7. ROEDISNEY

    ROEDISNEY DIS Veteran My name

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    I can think Dinner we don't do breakfast in Epcot lol.
    Dinner - in this order as we like
    Teppen Edo - Good Food & Fun
    Tutto - Good Food
    Coral Reef - Good Food & Awesome Fish Tank
    LC -Good Food
     
  8. mydisneykids

    mydisneykids DIS Veteran

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    We love the Biergarten, great food and entertainment.

    Just grabbed some snacks early in the day, but the breakfast offerings at the Counter Service downstairs in the Land looked great!!
     
  9. abc999

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    Akershus is the only breakfast at Epcot. The Princesses are there, you can probably ask for them not to stop at your table.

    So many choices for dinner.. I think my top 3 are LeCellier, Teppan Edo and Tutto Italia.
     
  10. Lynn5700

    Lynn5700 <font color=darkorchid>WOO HOO I will be there<br>

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    The only breakfast we have had there was at Sunshine Seasons..the counter service. They have a good breakfast.

    For dinner I love
    Le cellier
    Coral reef
    Tutto Italia
    Chefs de france
    Biergarten
     
  11. MickeyNicki

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    Breakfast I would go to the CS place in the Land or if I had a car drive to Boma

    Dinner would be a tough one, tie between Beirgarten and Tutto Italia
     
  12. Minnie824

    Minnie824 DIS Veteran

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    For breakfast, if its convenient for you, you could go to the Boardwalk Bakery, or Cape May Cafe then walk over to Epcot in the morning. For dinner I would definitely suggest Chefs de France.
     

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