Favorite World Showcase Resturant

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  1. graybow77

    graybow77 Earning My Ears

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    We are going to Disney in few months and are staying at The BC...I am looking for a few Table Service ADR's at some of the Showcase Restaurants... Any help would be greatly appreciated... Wife does not like buffets...We are very excited to stay at BC and hope to visit a few of the Restaurant...If you have a favorite quick service that would also be appreciated.
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  3. amccu18007

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    We like Le Cellier, Teppan Edo( although this is similar to the hibatchi restaurants at home) and have a decent meal at the chinese restaurant too( the name escapes me). One of my favorites though is breakfast at Akershus. The food is fresh and dd loves the princesses. I also have enjoyed going to the ROse and Crown for a CS as well as the Krigali Bakery ( sorry about the spelling). I am interested to hear about what other think.
     
  4. Brook1099

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    LeCellier, Tutto Italia and Via Napoli!!
     
  5. Pakey

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    I stay in the Epcot area most often and my favorite restaurants are those at the Swan/Dolphin hotels. Easy walk and superior food/service. However, you asked for World Showcase restaurants. My top choice is Monsieur Paul. After that I like Biergarten, Marrakesh, and Via Napoli in that order. I think all of the showcase restaurants are at least okay. I cannot comment on Nine Dragons as it's the only one I have not tried.

    I also love Tutto Gusto for a quick bite and a glass of wine. Since there are no reservations there, I consider Tutto Gusto to be a hybrid table/counter service choice.

    For counter service, Tangierine Cafe is by far my favorite. I also really enjoy stopping into the Rose & Crown Pub for a drink and a Scotch Egg (pub has very limited menu and an even smaller table section!!!) The only counter services I have not enjoyed are the fish & chips stand in UK and the Cantina de San Angel. All of the others are decent. I have tried them all.
     
  6. graybow77

    graybow77 Earning My Ears

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    Sounds good. Thanks for the help
     
  7. DizDaD7

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    By far Tutto Italia... Italy
    Le Cellier....a close 2nd....Canada
    Tokyo Dining in Japan...Not the Teppon Edo.
    San Angel Inn ---Mexico

    Most are good as pp stated...

    Qs.... I've only heard good things but still haven't tried Tangierine Cafe
     
  8. Jenna319

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    Le Cellier- Canada,
    Via Napoli- Italy,
    San Angel Inn- Mexico
    Biergarten- Germany

    You can't go wrong with any World Showcase Restaurant! We are trying Akershus for the first time in September. I would like to try Rose & Crown Pub.
     
  9. cbeeindisney

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    Rose and Crown in UK pavilion.
    Marrakesh in Morocco is my all time favorite WS restaurant! :thumbsup2
     
  10. olecow

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    If my wife and I want a nice meal together then it's the San Angel Inn. The atmosphere and food can't be beat in our opinion. If we're eating with the kids then it's Teppan Edo, dinner and a show.
     
  11. 3TinksandPeter

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    Another vote for Via Napoli. :thumbsup2 We were just there in April, and really enjoyed it. Service was friendly and fast, and pizza was hot, fresh and delicious (though definitely more for those who prefer a thin crust). Restaurant was a little loud, so probably a better option for a family meal, rather than a quiet date night.
     
  12. herb102211

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    Via Napoli is our favorite with LeCellier being a close 2nd for TS meals!
     
  13. skatalite

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    Chefs de France, but we also haven't been to even half of them in Epcot.

    For a QS, my wife and I did enjoy Katsura Grill at the Japan pavilion.
     
  14. Hopefully

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    For clarity, Rose & Crown is not a CS option. There is the sit down TS restaurant, as well as the Pub in the front. Outside the building to the right is Yorkshire County Fish, which is a CS fish & chips stand.

    We often eat 5 out of 7 nights of our trips in World Showcase. We love so many it is hard to limited them.
    We frequent:
    Via Napoli in Italy - love it there although it can be a bit noisy
    La Hacienda in Mexico
    Rose & Crown in the UK, with an added bonus of a private outdoor viewing area for Illuminations
    Restaurant Marrakesh in Morrocco
    Teppan Edo in Japan Better than any Japanese Steakhouse near home
    Le Cellier in Canada
    Biergarden in Germany

    For CS we enjoy
    Tangerine Cafe in Morrocco
    Sommerfest in Germany
    La Cantina in Mexico
    Katsura Grill in Japan
    Yorkshire County Fish in the UK
    French Bakery in France

    So many
    Enjoy!!!!!
     
  15. Kelli Pooh

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    Table service:
    LeCellier - Canada
    Tutto Italia - Italy
    Teppan Edo - Japan

    Counter service:
    Yorkshire County Fish - UK
    La Cantina - Mexico
    Tangerine Cafe - Morrocco
     
  16. Dizzytime

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    Pretty much our must-goes, too.
    Hope you have a great time!

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  17. Magic3forme

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    Biergarten --world showcase

    Garden Grill is our favorite in Epcot.
     
  18. ArmyVet80

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    We like Rose & Crown, Chef's de Paris, Le Cellier, San Angel, Teppan Edo. Unfortunately if there are no buffets then the Biergarten in Germany is out of the question even though it's outstanding too. You also have to look at eateries around the Boardwalk if you can't find what you want in the WS. There are a bunch of great places to eat at the BW also.
     
  19. NOLA_Tink

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    Chefs de France is one of my faves, and it's very close to rear entrance (where you'll be walking in). If you like margaritas, I also highly suggest checking out La Cava inside of Mexico's pavilion. http://www.lacavadeltequila.com/ Their avocado, jalapeno, and cucumber margaritas are delicious! We also like Le Cellier, but I don't think it's worth 2 dining plan credits. For counter service restaurants, I love Kringla in Norway. They have a delicious smoked salmon sandwich, several outstanding pastries, and a tasty adult-beverage/coffee concoction called Viking Coffee.
     

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