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Epcot: Where to eat for a Table Service Meal?
Where should someone have a table service meal in Epcot on their first trip?
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Again, depends on what type of food you are looking for or like. My two favorites on your list are Le Cellier and Coral Reef. Coral Reef has a beautiful atmosphere and setting, but the food is pretty expensive. I have never had a bad meal at Le Cellier and our upcoming trip will be the first time we aren't eating there because we are trying Alfredo di Roma for the first time and taking our family that is traveling with us to Teppanyaki for their first time.
My brother likes the Biergarten which may not be considered table service- I don't know. I liked the Garden Grill, Le Cellier, and Coral Reef.
I think I would have to go with Le Cellier and Englands Rose and Crown. Le Cellier has really good food and the Cheaddar soup is outstanding. England has great pub food. I can also vouch for Alfredos in Italy. There chicken alfredo, go figure, is really good. I am guessing the are all pretty good. I have been to Mexico and China as well and liked them but don't really remember the specifics.
DEFINETELY MITSUKOSHI TEPPANYAKI IN JAPAN! it is an awesome meal, not too expensive, and it's entertaining. Go with that!
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Coral Reef is fabulous if rather expensive. I told the CM at the door that it was our honeymoon and he seated us right next to the tank. It was great to watch the fish. We also got a free dessert to share - a chocolate thing with 'congratulations' on the top. I guess they probably do that in most Disney places, but it was very special. Sadly, this was on the last night of our holiday and we hadn't mentioned it before!
I like them all!! But I picked San Angel-love the atmosphere, and chips and salsa!
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My parents did coral reef and said it was good but not for its price, i liked les chefs de france cuz i really liked the duck and the escargot. I went back for the duck because it was so good. The atmosphere is good if you want a nice restaurant, but its louder and doesnt have interaction. My friends loved L'Originale Alfredo de Roma because of the fun atmosphere. The whole restaurant was interacting and roudy. They also enjoyed the food.
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What about Rose and Crown?
Since it is not up there, i picked Biergarten.
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yeah, i'm going to have to say the Rose and Crown...we eat there every single time we go...the food is great and that atmosphere is great too...that's one of my fave restaurants.
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Le Celleir is a can 't go wrong option. I love the pretzel bread sticks. Coral Reef is some fo the best food in the aprk but as noted before expensive and if you're not looking fvor seafood it's not the place. I really enjoy the teppanyaki (sp) and the Restaurant Marrakesh. I also enjoy the Nine Dragons. the Bier Garten isn't necessarily the best food, but it is a lot of fun when the band starts playing
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Whenever I advise any first-timers on things they should do, I go for the biggest wow factor first, everything else second.
For atmosphere, you can't beat San Angel, and you'll definitely be wowed by the surroundings. However, long-term, and for better food, I recommend Le Cellier.
I like the Teppenyaki grill place.
I have to agree. The atmosphere of San Angel is great. You also can fill up on chips and salsa so you don't have to spend as much on your meal. But having a river setting with a temple in the background and it looking like night time is very special. Prob. coolest atmosphere in Epcot for a meal. The food isnt bad either.
Originally Posted by paperboy
For presentation, Teppenyaki is great! I love the Mickey Mouse onion trick.
Originally Posted by akur