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Dining Discuss Epcot Dining in the Vacation Planning forums; Another vote for Biergarten . As long as you don't mind the possibility of sitting with strangers, it's a really fun place to eat. Although I've heard some people write ...
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    Re: Epcot Dining

    Another vote for Biergarten. As long as you don't mind the possibility of sitting with strangers, it's a really fun place to eat. Although I've heard some people write they did not care for the food, as someone who admittedly doesn't know what good German food is supposed to taste like, I liked the food a lot.
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    I love Teppan Edo and I really liked La hacienda in Mexico. Tutto Italia is very good. Via Napoli is solid
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    Biergarten & Marrakesh

    Just a follow up from my earlier post on "breaking the dining routine". I did not care for the buffet selections at the Biergarten. It was very limited and not worth the price; although the cheese cake was delicious! The atmosphere was lively and the live band was energetic, but a bit loud. However, I was glad that I finally tried the restaurant after many visits.

    Marrakesh, on the other hand, was very good. I had the beef shish kebad. The restaurant was maybe half full during the lunch hour so you could probably just walk up and get seated. I remember a concierge telling me that it was the best kept secret in World Showcase several years ago. I think most guests are not quite sure of the cuisine so they skip it, but I recommend that you give it a try.
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    Re: Biergarten & Marrakesh

    Marrakesh, on the other hand, was very good. I had the beef shish kebad. The restaurant was maybe half full during the lunch hour so you could probably just walk up and get seated. I remember a concierge telling me that it was the best kept secret in World Showcase several years ago. I think most guests are not quite sure of the cuisine so they skip it, but I recommend that you give it a try.[/QUOTE]

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    Re: Epcot Dining

    Teppon Edo is wonderful so is Rose and Crown (especialy if you get outside when the fireworks start) my opinion best place in Epcot to watch them.

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    If I were planning on dining at Epcot, I would return to:

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    Le Chefs de France- we especially like this restaurant for lunch. Keep in mind, you will need to commit 1.5 hrs for your dining experience.

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    San Angel Inn, hands down.

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    I would suggest that you try going to Canada or Italy. Another great place is Germany. If you are going to dine in Canada I suggest making a reservation as early as possible

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    Re: Epcot Dining

    So we went to: Tokyo Dining and The Land. I wanted to try Marrakesh, but the rst of my family was not so adventurous.
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    Re: Biergarten & Marrakesh

    Quote Originally Posted by Prince Charming View Post
    Just a follow up from my earlier post on "breaking the dining routine". I did not care for the buffet selections at the Biergarten. It was very limited and not worth the price; although the cheese cake was delicious! The atmosphere was lively and the live band was energetic, but a bit loud. However, I was glad that I finally tried the restaurant after many visits.

    Marrakesh, on the other hand, was very good. I had the beef shish kebad. The restaurant was maybe half full during the lunch hour so you could probably just walk up and get seated. I remember a concierge telling me that it was the best kept secret in World Showcase several years ago. I think most guests are not quite sure of the cuisine so they skip it, but I recommend that you give it a try.
    Totally agree about Marrakesh! Food is REALLY good, and while the names are unfamiliar to most, if you have a meat & potatoes (or rice) person on your hands they should be very happy there...
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    Re: Epcot Dining

    The menu at Marrakesh makes me drool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroovyArtMomma View Post
    So we went to: Tokyo Dining and The Land. I wanted to try Marrakesh, but the rst of my family was not so adventurous.
    That was a shame. I think most guests tend to bypass this restaurant, for the same reason. But if guests would take a closer look at the menu, shish kebads are probably something that most people are making on their grill at home. Maybe I will be adventurous on the next visit and try the lamb!

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    Re: Epcot Dining

    Quote Originally Posted by mickeytoo View Post
    The menu at Marrakesh makes me drool.
    I found Marrakesh dinner to be dicusting. Harsh, but it was to me. Much of it way overcooked and texture off. Now if you can withstand the Princesses, their chacter breakfast is a hidden gem. Hard pressed to find a better one.

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    Teppon Edo is wonderful so is Rose and Crown (especialy if you get outside when the fireworks start) my opinion best place in Epcot to watch them.
    Teppon Edo to me is the best choice out there.

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    Have never tried Coral Reef. Since we lived on the Gulf Coast going to EPCOT for seafood was never a priority.

    Maybe we'll give it a shot this next trip.

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