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  • [Question] Dinner at Coral Reef

    I know it's a while off and I can't make reservations yet but me and the hubby are planning a trip to Disney World in late Feb 2015. I'm trying to figure out when the dinner rush is so we can possibly avoid it. This will be his first trip there and I've been a few times but it's been a few years since I've been. Thanks!

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    Re: Dinner at Coral Reef

    dinner at epcot is going to be busy no matter when you book to eat. I would avoid coral reef though however, its not a terrible option but in my opinion its been going down hill in the last few years and there are plenty of newer phenomenal eating options all through the world showcase to explore.

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      Re: Dinner at Coral Reef

      We would have to agree. We ate there a few times several years ago, but our son went there last year, and said it wasn't anywhere near as good.

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        Re: Dinner at Coral Reef

        What restaurants at Epcot would you recommend then? It will be just me and the hubby we don't have kids yet.

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          Re: Dinner at Coral Reef

          Originally posted by waterbug5 View Post
          What restaurants at Epcot would you recommend then? It will be just me and the hubby we don't have kids yet.
          wow there really are a ton to choose from. if I had to pick a list of 5 for you to select from, I would go with France's bistro de paris, Canada's Le Cellier (a steakhouse), Italy's Via Napoli, Mexico's la hacienda de san angel, or japan's tepan edo. also try the new spice road table tapas restaurant in morroco if you can but they don't allow reservations, it is purely first come first seated. if you want to watch illuminations while you eat spice road, la hacienda, and the rose and crown pub in the UK all offer outdoor seating with views of the show.

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            Re: Dinner at Coral Reef

            Excellent choices goofy donald!!

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            • #7
              Re: Dinner at Coral Reef

              Thank you! I'll look into those I haven't been since 07 so it's been awhile

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