what EpCot park/resort restaurant would you consider the most upscale?

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  1. newholidayx2

    newholidayx2 <font color=green>Searching for the perfect tree<b

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    LeCellier? Blue Zoo? ? and comfortable enough for a solo
    thinking of 130pmish lunch
     
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  3. webray

    webray Love the wineauxs!

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    Blue Zoo doesn't do lunch.


    None of them are really upscale so to speak. The EPCOT restaurants are all nice in their own way.

    Just pick your favorite food, what you are hungry for that day and enjoy!
     
  4. madalex

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    The really upscale restaurants at Epcot (Bistro de Paris) or in the Epcot resort area (bluezoo, Yachtsman Steakhouse, Shula's, Flying Fish, Il Mulino) don't do lunch. Your best bet for an somewhat upscale lunch is probably Chefs de France. Had lunch there last week and it was wonderful.
     
  5. mouseRD

    mouseRD Mouseketeer

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    DH & I have had lunch twice at Le Cellier - great food & attentive service; also really enjoyed Chefs de France (smaller, more intimate atomosphere but I think I liked Le Cellier's menu better).
     
  6. princssdisnygina

    princssdisnygina Disney Princess

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    Check out the menus on www.allearsnet.com to find out what menu you like best. I like Chefs De France for the menu and atmosphere.

    Gina
     
  7. DisneyBarlans

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    I would go with Le Cellier if you'll be inside Epcot. Really good food, upscale atmosphere. :thumbsup2
     

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