Having a really hard time picking Epcot restaurant

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  1. cceandme

    cceandme Mouseketeer

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    We are already doing Coral Reef another night and don't want to do Le Cellier. And already done Akershus so wanted something different. Cant make up my mind for an evening meal.
    It's me and my 13 year old son is OK trying new things. was tossing around Chefs De France, Tokyo Dining or Teppan Edo.
    Anyone have any advice?
     
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  3. JimGA

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    Teppan Edo will be fun, dinner with a cooking show. Heard the food was great. Or just do a tour of worlds food at the walk up counters, fish n chips in England, sushi in Japan etc.
     
  4. BEASLYBOO

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    Teppan Edo, you will be seated with other people so as long as that is not an issue, the experience is fun and the food is good, especially if you've never done a Japanese Hibachi type of a steakhouse!

    Chef de France, the food is good, I much prefer lunch to dinner. It's not refined French food, more homestyle French and being French I'm a bit more critical than most! We've always had a good a meal!

    Tokyo, several years ago we had "funky chicken" and we've never been back but I do hear good things about it, so we may give it another chance!

    My son has always eaten what I eat and he's enjoyed Chefs, Teppan Edo, Marrakesh, Le Cellier, Via Napoli, .....
     
  5. BlueStarryHat

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    We *loved* Tokyo Dining. It was a great atmosphere, and the food was very good. My sister, who was wary of trying Japanese food got tempura and really enjoyed it.
     
  6. BEASLYBOO

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    There you go, time to give it another try! :thumbsup2
     
  7. ses1230

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    It's not on your list, but have you tried Biergarten? The atmosphere and the band are really fun. The food is good, but the cold salads are great. I have made a meal out of just the salad, soup and pretzel bread before.
     
  8. everythingALICE

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    La Hacienda! I've been a few times and the food (& margaritas) are always delicious, the service has been friendly and attentive, and the decor inside is beautiful and bright!
     
  9. Kelli Pooh

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    Teppan Edo has great food and is a fun time!
     
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    Chefs de Frances was good. Not as fancy as I thought it would be but the food was good and the little animatronic Remy that makes the rounds to the tables was adorable.
     
  11. chocovrdmicears

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    San Angel for good food and fabulous atmosphere.

    Via Napoli for fabulous food.

    :)
     
  12. michelleiada

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    Teppan Edo was ok...not great IMHO. We really enjoyed Via Napoli.
     
  13. mommyrosa2

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    Another vote for Teppan Edo..Via Napoli was pretty good as well.
     
  14. PrincessSamanthaC

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    Teppan Edo is great!
     
  15. AThrillingChase

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    Love San angel inn. My must do! Also love biergarten, great food selection and entertainment!

    I am doing both of these and trying via napoli for the first time in 2 weeks!
     
  16. goofyintoronto

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    :thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2 I agree with the below.


    Via Napoli & Teppan Edo are both great choices. Via is my fave thou, AMAZING pizza and dessert!!

    But if you've never done hibachi, you might wanna try Teppan Edo.

    Chefs/France lunch was quite delish. We also liked seeing Remy. Cute.

    Tutto Italia is a fave of ours too. Pasta is quite good!

    I liked the atmosphere at Biergarten more than I liked the food to be honest. It was good, but not outstanding delish by any means. But as i said, the atmosphere is awesome. I love the communal tables. we had fun chatting with our table mates. And i enjoyed watching the band play.
     
  17. melissac

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    Teppan Edo is great. My DS11 always requests to go there. Haven't been there since he turned "adult" so he is excited about going and being able to order from adult menu.
     
  18. LeahA

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    MARRAKESH in Morocco had good food and you have musicians and belly dancers for entertainment.
     
  19. Kae

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    I vote for Chefs. Also it is fun trying out the CS place around the World Showcase.

    Kae
     
  20. It'sWDW4me

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    You've gotten lots of great suggestions already (I would love to try Teppan Edo or Via Napoli, myself) but you could also hop on the monorail and hit the Poly or GF or Contemporary if you want to break the day up a bit. :thumbsup2
     
  21. doclegler

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    I would go with Via Napoli or Biergarten. Both really great choices! :thumbsup2
     

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