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Dining Discuss Of these 2 where would you choose to eat in Epcot? in the Vacation Planning forums; Biergarten Le Cellier Steakhouse...
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    Of these 2 where would you choose to eat in Epcot?

    Biergarten

    Le Cellier Steakhouse

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    Both have pretzel bread.

    It depends on mood and cost. I'd usually choose Le Cellier over the Biergarten just for the maple creme brulee.

    If you do decide on doing Beirgarten, go during dinner instead of lunch. Dinner has the sauerbraten that lunch doesn't. I've never done Le Cellier for lunch, only dinner which has always been excellent.
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    I'd choose the Biergarten. You can have an upscale steak meal at a myriad of places off of Disney property around the country, but there are fewer places to experience authentic German cuisine and entertainment.

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    Have eaten at both and we prefer Le Cellier. Couldn't agree more with Amanda about the Maple Creme Brulee....it is DELICIOUS!

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    I third the Maple Creme Brulee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberly Button View Post
    I'd choose the Biergarten. You can have an upscale steak meal at a myriad of places off of Disney property around the country, but there are fewer places to experience authentic German cuisine and entertainment.
    I think this depends on your ethnicity, where in the country you are located, and whether you have a local German organization that observes Oktoberfest. However, this is a good rule of thumb when trying places at Disney. I tend to shy away from Italian places because of this reason...too much excellent food at home...I want to try something I don't have or less of!
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    Personally, I was not too impressed with Le Cellier when I had dinner there. I have had better steak at Longhorn!!! But you have to try the place at least once for yourself.
    For that reason, I chose Biergarten - as I have not eaten there, and it sounds like fun. If I could just make it past the smell of the kraut!
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    It depends on how hungry you are. I really like the pretzel bread at Le Cellier, and my steak was tender, but I wasn't fond of the sauce that came on my steak. My daughter loved the creme brulee.

    I've only had the brautwurst and sauerkraut in the Biergarten. It was very good, but probably might not be as big a meal as steak.
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    I really enjoyed the Biergarten. My wife and I ate there this past Saturday (during the Food and Wine Festival) and had a great time. The variety of the food was excellent and the atmosphere is neat. You sit with other people and mingle, share thoughts on the parks, the food and of course the Beer (try the Franziskaner Weisse it's yummy and not filling). The food is good, the atmosphere is great and try to stick around for the band, they are lots of fun. They do not rush you to eat, you can take your time to sample all of the food and dessert as well. Le Cellier is one of the few restaurants in Epcot that I have not had a chance to eat in, yet...

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    I want to go now and try the Maple Creme Brulee! (but maybe not at 7.40 in the morning!). Haven't been to either, but this was a hot contender last time. Went for Mexican in the end!
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    I've never eaten at the Biergarten, but Le Cellier is one of my favorites. I like the quiet relaxed atmosphere. I imagine the Biergarten is a very different atmosphere, by design.

    The food at Le Cellier is excelent. (I don't care for the sauce either, but they always are more than happy to put it on the side so you can try if for yourself.)
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    I chose Le Cellier b/c I haven't ever been there, so my choice has no relevance to anyone else, I guess.

    however, I did find the food at Biergarten to be tasty, albeit a bit rich for me. the entertainment and atmosphere and beer made up for that, though.

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    Those are two very different restaurants in my opinion and I love them both! The canada restaurant is def more fine dining and pricey. So the food quality is great, however at the biergarten has more fun atmosphere, less pricey and still great food, just a different kind of great
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