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Dining Discuss Epcot: Where to eat for a Table Service Meal? in the Vacation Planning forums; Tempura Kiku for me. I've always liked it. It's food and entertainment in one. The best thing since the TV dinner!...
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    Tempura Kiku for me. I've always liked it. It's food and entertainment in one. The best thing since the TV dinner!
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    I really like the Nine Dragons. Back when the offered wishes with your tickets and hotel reservations, we used two wishes to eat there. Food was great and the service was excellent.
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    I have never eaten at the Teppenyaki place. Is it like Benihana's with the chef cooking at the table? It's funny how whereever you eat the first time you go, you usually go again and again. Last time we went, we got off the plane, dumped the bags and went to the Nine Dragons for their Lemon chicken. Wow! We are doing Le Cellier for the first time on this next trip. Everyone raves about it so we are going to check it out.

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    The best food I had was Akerhaus in Norway. They offer a wide variety of food that you pick at a buffet/smorgasbord. The rest is full service.

    The Garden Grill in the Land is great for families and is full service with great food.

    As for the Coral Reef, i live close to the shore and can find equal food there. It does how have great views and atomosphere. You are going to most Disney restaurants for the atmosphere, quality of service, and views. For a dellicious meal that is way different from normal food the I would go with Morocco as it is not something you would find at home.

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    L'Originale Alfredo di Roma Ristorante

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    san angel inn has excellent vegetarian options in addition to their already spectacular menu. don't forget to try the margheritas now...
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    Really I think it depends on the time of day. We do Epcot every night of the trip just because it tends to stay open a little longer and theres always something to do. So I have to say the Japanese restaraunt is a great place to eat especially whe its one of the last reservations of the night because then the place is practically empty but you can here fireworks outside and the food and chef are both equally amazing (or at least everytime I have been there). The other one that is amazing is Le Cellier and like the person said earlier never a bad meal or server in fact I think that restaurant has the best servers in any Disney restaurant. But my favorite Epcot dish is by far the Alfredo at Alfredo's.


    Basically I think for the most part you cant go wrong for dinner in the World Showcase
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    I love Le Cellier, but on my upcoming trip we're trying out Alfredo's and the Garden Grill. ADR's for the more popular places are long gone, thanks to the free MYW Dining Plan....

    It'll be nice to try out some new restaurants!
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    I love Le Cellier for the food but I love the Coral Reef for the atmosphere





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    Definately Coral Reef. Go for the Chef's Lunch special it's great. We got to watch a pretty funny sting ray scoop up rocks and circle the tank. We had a great time!
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    The Biergarten is one of my favorites. The entertainment while you eat, plus the relaxed family atmosphere is nice, along with the great German food. Can't get enough of the pretzel bread with the mustard sauce!

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    Ive only been to rose & crown, it was good but if you have a large appitite the portions may be a little on the small side. The freshly baked warm cheese rolls they bring round are beautiful so i guess you could fill up on them


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    I really enjoyed LeCellier. The steak is awesome. I like the Chinese and Mexican as well. Do you people just sit and talk about Disney all day?

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    Like I said before.......dinner at Epcot is amazing because there really is no wrong place to eat. For me anyways each restaurant picks up its own meaning when I eat at it. I remember it was freezing one night (yes in florida) we decided to eat at the Rose and Crown because there were vacancies outside and it just felt really good and so from then on every time it was a cold night we ate ot the Rose ad Crown. Disney World truly is what you make of it.
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