Romantic Epcot Restaurant In Disney World?

Which would be your top pics for a romantic dinner in Epcot? We’ve now decided to go to Epcot on our wedding night but are going to eat somewhere in Epcot, just cant decide where. I’ve only eaten at Coral Reef, Le Cellier, and Germany .France sounds good but pics on allearsnet makes it look cramped, Tutto Italia looks elegant but some sights say it’s going to be rehabbed in the fall, but it just opened fall of 2007, anyone know the real deal? Thanks!

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9 thoughts on “Romantic Epcot Restaurant In Disney World?

  1. i like the coral reef–i’ve always liked Mexico–I think it’s just beautiful inside—but if you want something very elegant–victoria and albert’s at the grand floridian–expensive though~~

  2. Tutto Italia was supposed to be temporary, with a rehab due later this year, opening as a different restaurant, although I haven’t heard anything more about this recently, so not sure if the rehab is going ahead yet.
    Le Cellier is a nice restaurant. How about Bistro de Paris? It’s upstairs from Les Chefs de France and is quieter and more romantic.
    San Angel Inn is dimly lit with a nice atmosphere.

  3. Tutto is open and has already been redone.
    Remember where ever you eat there will be children. Loud children.
    For wedding night I’d go to the Grand Floridian.
    France is nice. Talk to operator at Disney dine reservations. Is there a table that can be reserved for you? by the window would be nice.

  4. Bistro de Paris in France is a great place. Its romantic, quiet, and upscale. Its the fanciest restaurant at Epcot, therefore a good place for a special romantic dinner. You can find out more info and book dining reservations by calling 407-WDW-DINE

  5. I went on the ride in mexico and the restaurant looks really romantic there. It looks like you are outside in mexico at night. There is beautiful lights and you are facing a temple and there is water where the boats for the ride go by.

  6. I was just recently at Disney World. We went to the Moroccan place called Marakesh. It was a really nice set up, and the food was excellent. It is really beautiful. I would recommend going there.

  7. Besides the Grand Floridian, think about the Yachtsman Steakhouse at the Yacht and Beach Club. You might also consider Shula’s at the Dolphin.

  8. Hello,
    Most definitely the restaurant in the Mexican pavillion is most romantic! It is called the San Angel Inn Restaurant. You sit on a table with the candlelight flickering. There is a pretend sky above you, and Mexican stalls all around you. You look out onto a river from a balcony and can watch boats (a mexican ride sailing by), there is a pretend volcano errupting and the sounds around you are so sensual.
    There are water fountains and pretend stars too. Plus this restaurant doesn’t depend on the weather. You can stare at the stars any time!
    A pre-Colombian pyramid surrounded by lush landscaping fashioned after a Yucatan jungle is your first introduction to the Mexican pavilion. As you enter the Plaza de Los Amigos, you first notice the darkened interior. It’s always twilight in Mexico, the perfect backdrop for the smoking volcano and the grand Mayan pyramid in the background. There are colorful carts and shops offering Mexican jewelry, Kahlua, pottery, clothing and leather goods. There’s often a strolling mariachi band making this visit an authentic taste of Mexico.
    So as you can see, it is the perfect setting for a romantic meal.
    Here is a link to the page all about the marvellous restaurant : http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/di…
    The link has the meals it sells, and images!
    Hope this helps you and hope you have a lovely meal wherever you choose to go! 😀

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