What are your top 3 places to eat at Epcot?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by nuge67, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. topolino

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    Tokyo Dining is also on the second floor, and there are great views. Teppan Edo is on the second floor as well, but it lacks the views.
     
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  3. Eastern

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    CS- Sunshine Seasons, UK fish stand, snacks @ Germany and France bakery.

    TS- Garden Grill for characters and food, Le Chefs, La Hacienda (but I agree about the salsa, it tastes like bbq sauce!)

    We are trying Via Napoli next trip.
     
  4. phdhycster

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    Le Cellier, Coral Reef, restaurant inside the Mexico pavilion.
     
  5. amypetecar

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    Strictly food quality?

    1. Le cellier
    2. Bistro de paris
    3. San angel inn


    That said, how many $50 steaks can you afford?

    Favorite restaurants for overall food, value, and experience?

    1. Coral reef
    2. Rose and crown
    3. Beirtgarten
     
  6. racefans44

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    Coral Reef - the aquarium is great
    Le Cellier - wonderful steaks, it's now a two TS credit, but lunch is only 1 credit
    La Cantina de San Angel - great food for a CS credit.
     
  7. goofy4prez

    goofy4prez A guy can love Disney and still keep his man card!

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    Starting January 1st that will change, LC will become a signature for lunch as well.;)



    For me it's tough to list my top three; there are several that I like but here goes.

    1. Biergarten: I am not the biggest fan of buffets but Biergarten is one of those exceptions. This place offers very good food and an atmosphere that is just a blast to be in.

    2. Coral Reef: This is one of those places it seems people either love it or hate it; I love it. I have been here several times and have never once been disappointed. Twice I have ordered the steak and found it to be way better than the once over-hyped and former overly popular but now not so in demand signature restaurant, LeCellier. (no offense to LC fans. I'm just as passionate in my dislike for this place. as some in their love for it)

    3. San Angel Inn: Another of those hate it or love it restaurants. I love this place. The atmosphere is unbelievable, I have always had very good service,, and I just have a weakness for Mexican/Southwestern cuisine.
     
  8. Ro Z

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    VN. Food is great this is the one place we must eat at.
    CR food is good and the atmosphere is awesome!
    Chefs is another fav. Braised ribs, onion soup and the best creme brule in the World!
     
  9. brertoad

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    Via Napoli - superb pizza, we get the quattro formaggio, salad is also yummy, beautiful restaurant.

    Gonna give a shout out to Nine Dragons, lately we have been eating there a lot, love their chicken and shrimp eggrolls and General Tso dumplings. They also have awesome ginger ice cream. What I really love about this place is that they will always give us a table without reservation and that is really rare at Epcot (at Via Napoli they have never accepted a walk-in from us, they can have a whole entire restaurant empty and not seat you - extremely annoying).

    Bier Garden, good food, good atmosphere.
     
  10. reking96

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    In no particualr order (because it depends what I am hungry for ;) ):
    Via Napoli: Pizza is out of this world good. As is the calimari.
    Le Cellier: The mushroom rissotto ... yummo!
    Tangerine Cafe: The chicken platter is just so tasty. And it is something I won't get anywhere else.

    This upcoming trip we are trying the following:
    Akershus - Breakfast
    Coral Reef - Lunch
    Chefs de France - Dinner
    Rose and Crown - Dinner

    And also sticking with Via Napoli and Le Cellier.

    I also feel as though I have to mention how amazing the Grey Goose Slushy is in France. No trip is complete without a few of those. ;)
     
  11. bcrook

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    :woohoo: yuuuuup!
     
  12. Sorsha

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    1. Garden Grill - love the atmosphere as it cycles through the upper part of Living With The Land (one of my fav rides in Epcot), and love the general low-key-ness of it. It always seems very un-crowded for a character meal, and you get a lot of quality time with the characters.

    2. Coral Reef - love the aquariums, and the food is good too!

    3. Biergarten - buffet style, Oompah band, and German food! What's not to love? ;)
     
  13. jakers2154

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    My top three are
    1.le Cellier
    2.le chefs de France
    3.beirgaten:santa:
     
  14. ttfn3

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    1. Chefs de France for lunch. LOVE the prix fixe menu. Yummy baguette, the best lobster bisque (and a huge serving), quiche lorraine (crust so flaky) and profiteroles au chocolate (love this dish). Paired with a glass of crisp wine. The best meal I had for my December trip - timed so I could see Remy - priceless!

    2. Tangierine Cafe. Really good food and a good value. Love the lamb platter. Healthy meal too.

    3. Yorkshire County Fish Shop - a tradition for excellent fish and chips. Nice seating area by the lagoon.
     

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