15 must-see restaurants in Coimbra

Tokyo Dining

Location: Japan Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

One of the most praised restaurants in the Epcot pavilion, specializing in Japanese food. For me he is normal, nice but nothing special. I know that my forte is not Japanese food, but Bia is addicted to this cuisine and didn’t think Tokyo Dining was anything special. I can only tell you that it has a nice view of the night show too.

Teppan Edo 

Location: Japan Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

Although I’m not a fan of sushi, sashimi, temaki, and stuff like that, I love Japanese teppan restaurants, which bring a plate in the middle of the table and prepare food on the spot. Disney’s Teppan Edo is excellent. Super delicious food and a very fun experience. I highly recommend and tell you our complete experience here.

Takumi-tei

Location: Japan Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

The latest addition to the Japan Pavilion, it offers a refined and elegant dining experience. It has a menu that ranges from sushi to other Japanese specialties such as Wagyu and seafood. The highlight is the Omakase Tasting Menu, a tasting menu created by the chef that brings some of the main highlights of Japanese cuisine. The restaurant has a dress code and does not allow regattas, torn clothes, slippers, and hats.

La Hacienda de San Angel

Location: Mexico Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

It’s the Mexican restaurant outside the Mexican pavilion and has a nice view of the Epcot fireworks show from much of the restaurant. The food is also very tasty for those who really enjoy Mexican and not just the Americanized version.

San Angel Inn Restaurant

Location: Mexico Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

It’s the restaurant inside the Mexican pavilion, so don’t confuse it with La Hacienda San Angel and expect to see the San Angel Inn fireworks show that won’t happen. Despite this, it also has a very special atmosphere and atmosphere, with a view of the village that forms part of the pavilion’s setting. The fact that it sits on the edge of the lake where Mexico’s attraction passes isn’t bad either. This restaurant is also suitable for those who enjoy real Mexican food.

Mexico pavilion environment from the inside. It’s very beautiful (and dark).

Spice Road Table

Location: Pavilion of Morocco (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

Morocco’s newest restaurant at Disney and a very popular option in the park. Both for the different food that is super delicious and for the atmosphere and view of the fireworks. I like this restaurant in practically every way. The only downside for me is the wine. Note for the future: wine is not quite the thing for people in Morocco. Rs It just didn’t get the VPDica seal because it pleases people with a very specific taste. Please read our full Spice Road Table review here.

Wonderful Brie from Spice Road Table.

Marrakesh

Location: Pavilion of Morocco (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

I think this restaurant got a little dark after the arrival of Spice Road Table at Epcot, which is tastier. But for those who already know the first one and like the local food, it might be worth knowing Marrakesh too, right? Ah! It is worth mentioning that he usually brings belly dancers and can be a great dish for those who enjoy these things.

Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room

Location: UK Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

A typical English pub within the UK from Epcot also has a very nice view of the fireworks (although I still find it more beautiful to see it from the park’s streets). The menu is not hyper varied, but I think it’s very tasty. Curiosity: do you know how this name was chosen? Disney did a research and found that the most common names of pubs were “something Rose” or “something Crown,” so to make no mistake, they named their pub Rose and Crown!

Although it’s pretty cool, I still prefer Raglan Road in  Disney Springs in terms of the pub.

Also, delicious mutton from the Spice Road Table.

Quick Service Restaurants at Epcot

Sunshine Seasons menu divided among six seasons

Sunshine Seasons

Location: Future World

Menu in Portuguese: click here

One of Disney’s most varied quick services restaurants. Sunshine Seasons is good, cheap, and very complete. Congratulations! There are several food islands like a food court, and you choose whatever you want and pay before heading to one of the tables. There’s even a version of rice and black beans for anyone who wants it. Learn more about Sunshine Seasons by clicking here.

Oak-grilled rotisserie chicken with black beans and yellow rice. The famous bakery chicken with rice and beans hardly reminds Brazilians.

Refreshment Outpost

Location: World Showcase

Menu in Portuguese: click here

Option beseem boring! There’s an only hotdog and simple snacks. There are many more delicious things for you to eat in this park, regardless of your taste. Trust me.

Lotus Blossom Cafe

Location: China Pavilion (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

One of Epcot’s most praised fast foods. It’s in the China pavilion and serves some cool dishes. For me, the chicken with orange sauce and white rice is by far the highlight. Have fun there!

Chinese chicken.

Boulangerie Patisserie Les Halles

Location: Pavilion of France (World Showcase)

Menu in Portuguese: click here

Another great restaurant for those who want to eat well without spending so much. Full of French-influenced dishes for all occasions: fresh and light salads, heavier soups, sandwiches, various pieces of bread, quiches, and one dessert prettier than the other.

 

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