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    Question Lunch In EPCOT?

    What are your favorite places to eat in EPCOT? Where do you get the most bang for your buck? What do you love to get? What would you order or not order again?
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    I like the counter service restaurant in the China Pavillion. It costs about $9-$10 for a meal, which includes a drink, but it is a lot of food. I love the orange chicken with steamed rice - I can never finish it! The only thing I don't like about it is that if I ever wanted fried rice, I could only get it if I get the shrimp fried rice entree (I don't like shrimp).
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    Good places to eat at Epcot, and that's if you are willing to spend some money are: Rose & Crown Pub, Nine Dragons and the sit down restaurant at the Mexican Pavilliion ( can't remember the name). :-)

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    Lightbulb Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    This is a trick question, right? Ha!

    The answer depends on your personal taste and preferences. Tell me about what you like to eat or what you're looking for. Are you a very health-conscious eater? Are you adventurous?

    If you have kids, the best bang for the buck is Akershus in Norway simply because it's an all-you-can-eat buffet. If you don't have kids, you may want to skip the princesses walking around and the loud noise.

    I think Marakesh in Morrocco is great as is the Tangerine fast food cafe in Morrocco. For a few more bucks, the food at Le Cellier is top notch.

    As gorgeous as the San Angel Inn is, the food went downhill I'm sad to say. If atmosphere is important to you, well, then give it a shot.

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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    I really like the counter service at Sunshine Seasons (?) in the Land. A lot of choices and a lot of food.


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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    Sunshine Seasons in the Land is great. #1 FREE REFILLS!!! The pork chop here is very good. The side dishes are great too and the whole place isn't too expensive. The quality is definitely worth it. Way better than the terrible stuff they call food at the fountainview restaurant.

    If you haven't already check out allears.net for every dining menu throughout WDW. I really like the morocan counter service Tangierine Cafe as well. Other good options include fish n' chips in the UK, Bratwursts in Germany, and ham and cheese croissants in France. Those are the best quick service options. I haven't eaten at many sit down restaurants for lunch.

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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    Lamb wrap at the Tangierine Cafe in Morocco, they even gave us free re-fills.

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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    France has a decent Lunch Special

    The French Menu - $19.95

    Soupe a l' oignon gratinee - Onion soup topped with Gruyere cheese
    Croque monsieur et sa salade verte - classic French toasted ham and cheese sandwich with a green salad
    Creme brulee - vanilla creme brulee and a madeleine

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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    I am a big fan of lunch at Chefs de France. The French menu with the creme brulee is nice
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    We like to eat at 'The Rose & Crown', Tutto's or Le Cellier. All over great meals and surroundings!
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewgator View Post
    Sunshine Seasons in the Land is great. #1 FREE REFILLS!!! The pork chop here is very good. The side dishes are great too and the whole place isn't too expensive. The quality is definitely worth it. Way better than the terrible stuff they call food at the fountainview restaurant.
    I agree! And the desserts look quite tempting... gonna try some when we're on the Dining Plan on our next trip!
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    I love the Tangerine Cafe in Morocco. I can't get enough of their meatball and rice platter! Haha! (I even looked up the recipe to make it at home.) Not sure how much it was because I had the Dining Plan, but I think it's worth it regardless!

    Also, the Moroccan pavilian's food isn't as spicy as people think! ;]
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    My family really likes Biergarten in Germany.
    It''s not very expensive, there is a big selection of food options, and the entertainment can be fun too.
    The selection includes a variaty of meats and some potato things, and bread. It is a hearty lunch so if you want something light, this is probally not the place for you.

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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    We've done Biergarten, Marakesh, Le Cellier, and Chef de France for lunch. Chef de France is our favorite by far. Le Cellier was also excellent, Biergarten was okay, and we probably wouldn't go back to Marakesh. It's really all a matter of what you like.
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    Re: Lunch In EPCOT?

    For a sit down meal, Le Cellier. For a quick bite, Cantina San Angel.
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